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(Click On Detroit)   If you're going to threaten your wife in a bar by putting a gun to her head, start by making sure it's your wife   (clickondetroit.com) divider line 57
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2008-10-01 01:50:13 PM  
Easily done. Who hasn't tried sneaking up behind their wife in the supermarket to kiss their neck, and found it was someone else?

/ That was awkward.
 
2008-10-01 02:12:58 PM  
opiumpoopy: Easily done. Who hasn't tried sneaking up behind their wife in the supermarket to kiss their neck, and found it was someone else?

/ That was awkward.


It's OK. I kinda enjoyed it.
 
2008-10-01 02:29:20 PM  
Even if it was his wife, a gun to her head in a public place? What did he expect to happen? And he threw the gun in a trash can? Bullshiat.
 
2008-10-01 03:35:45 PM  
She was asking for it.
 
2008-10-01 03:37:00 PM  
i216.photobucket.com
 
2008-10-01 03:37:08 PM  
MARK IT ZERO!!!!
 
2008-10-01 03:37:22 PM  
You're not my wife? Well than consider this a rushed shotgun wedding.

Say "I do." Say it! Like you mean it!
 
2008-10-01 03:37:48 PM  
So he was coming to the bar to confront his wife about...keys?
 
2008-10-01 03:37:54 PM  
So if you opened your trash can and saw a shiny new gun sitting on top, would you keep it, or would you report it and turn it in to the police?
 
2008-10-01 03:37:58 PM  
Oral sex?
 
2008-10-01 03:38:41 PM  
Which part of "Yo! Where are the car keys?" requires a pistol?

WTF?
 
2008-10-01 03:39:40 PM  
The_Sponge: MARK IT ZERO!!!!

?

Threadjack: ever have Sea Wynde, Mt Gay Extra Old or 10 cane?
 
2008-10-01 03:40:30 PM  
opiumpoopy
Easily done. Who hasn't tried sneaking up behind their wife in the supermarket to kiss their neck, and found it was someone else?

/ That was awkward.


Several years ago a friend of my was at Long John Silvers. In the seating area they have these halfway partitions behind each bench seat. He saw a girl who he was very good friends with. Got behind her stuck his hands over the partition and gave her a double wet willie.
Thaaats right. Not her.
 
2008-10-01 03:41:11 PM  
JimmyCarter'sSecondTerm: So if you opened your trash can and saw a shiny new gun sitting on top, would you keep it, or would you report it and turn it in to the police?

Depends on the manufacturer?
:-)
I'd turn it in.
If it is lying in a trash can, it most likely has a story attached to it, maybe a dead body, too many questions...
 
2008-10-01 03:41:22 PM  
JimmyCarter'sSecondTerm: So if you opened your trash can and saw a shiny new gun sitting on top, would you keep it, or would you report it and turn it in to the police?

keep it, shoot someone, dunk it in oil and throw it in a dumpster behind a restaurant.
 
2008-10-01 03:41:44 PM  
I prefer to just punch her in the McDonalds, ifyouknowhatimean...
 
2008-10-01 03:42:15 PM  
JimmyCarter'sSecondTerm: So if you opened your trash can and saw a shiny new gun sitting on top, would you keep it, or would you report it and turn it in to the police?

Definitely turn it into the police. While I always have room for one more gun, the potential problems that come with having a gun reported stolen (or worse, involved in a murder) far outweigh the "hey, free gun!" joy.

If it is found just lying around, you can be sure somebody misses it. Either the person who lost it (or had it stolen from him/her) or the police (because they've been looking for what was used to shoot Old Man Miller). And the police will be able to get it to the right folks (or, depending on the department, one of them will take it home and keep it).

If one of mine went missing, I'd be happy to buy a few boxes of ammo for the person who returned it (or depending on which one it was, I might even buy that person a new gun for themselves).
 
2008-10-01 03:42:33 PM  
Maybe it was a botched car theft?!?!
 
2008-10-01 03:43:30 PM  
ga362: opiumpoopy
Easily done. Who hasn't tried sneaking up behind their wife in the supermarket to kiss their neck, and found it was someone else?

/ That was awkward.

Several years ago a friend of my was at Long John Silvers. In the seating area they have these halfway partitions behind each bench seat. He saw a girl who he was very good friends with. Got behind her stuck his hands over the partition and gave her a double wet willie.
Thaaats right. Not her.


Open letter to the woman I mistook for my girlfriend and goosed at Woodbury Commons Outlet store yesterday,

I am truly sorry.

brap
 
2008-10-01 03:44:01 PM  
opiumpoopy: Easily done. Who hasn't tried sneaking up behind their wife in the supermarket to kiss their neck, and found it was someone else?

/ That was awkward.


Awkward is when that happens at a bar, you happen to know the other girl, she's drunk and now wants to sleep with you, and your girlfriend is watching you.

Actually, the word isn't awkward. It's painful. Won't do it again.
 
2008-10-01 03:45:22 PM  
ga362: opiumpoopy
Easily done. Who hasn't tried sneaking up behind their wife in the supermarket to kiss their neck, and found it was someone else?

/ That was awkward.

Several years ago a friend of my was at Long John Silvers. In the seating area they have these halfway partitions behind each bench seat. He saw a girl who he was very good friends with. Got behind her stuck his hands over the partition and gave her a double wet willie.
Thaaats right. Not her.


Once in the Goodwill, I saw my wife shopping in one of the aisles. So I put a hockey helmet on (as so many Goodwill workers are wont to wear) and charged at her full speed with my head down.

She nearly had a heart attack.

Lucky for me, it was her ... that could have been embarrassing.
 
2008-10-01 03:45:53 PM  
Pffffft. If you think that's awkward, let me tell you about the party I was at where I gave somebody who I thought was my friend (from the back they looked identical, even wearing the same colored T-shirt) a big, fat, halfway-up-the-back wedgie.
 
2008-10-01 03:45:55 PM  
JimmyCarter'sSecondTerm: So if you opened your trash can and saw a shiny new gun sitting on top, would you keep it, or would you report it and turn it in to the police?

Keep it if I knew the whole story maybe. If I didn't know where the gun came from, no way I'm touching it.
 
2008-10-01 03:47:33 PM  
Police said the firefighter, Joel Abernathy, was inside the Ugly Duckling bar in Harper Woods when he pulled out a gun and pointed it at the back of a woman's head.

ivy.aholic.us
 
2008-10-01 03:47:59 PM  
start *scribble scribble* by making sure *scribble scribble* it's your wife *scribble* OK, got it.
 
2008-10-01 03:49:51 PM  
yarnothuntin: start *scribble scribble* by making sure *scribble scribble* it's your wife *scribble* OK, got it.

I LOLed at this. But then I LOL at puddles of antifreeze too, so don't mind me.
 
2008-10-01 03:51:57 PM  
Police said the firefighter, Joel Abernathy, was inside the Ugly Duckling bar in Harper Woods when he pulled out a gun and pointed it at the back of a woman's head.

Why was he pointing a gun into the women's bathroom?
 
2008-10-01 03:52:25 PM  
tweekster: The_Sponge: MARK IT ZERO!!!!

?


tweekster, you're out of your element.
 
2008-10-01 03:54:31 PM  
I woulda figured you start by making sure you're not in a public place, surrounded by witnesses.

/but, I'm currently not incarcerated, so what do I know?
 
2008-10-01 04:00:21 PM  
FTFA:

The other woman was an off-duty waitress

Is that like an undercover waitress?
 
2008-10-01 04:08:38 PM  
tweekster: The_Sponge: MARK IT ZERO!!!!

?

Threadjack: ever have Sea Wynde, Mt Gay Extra Old or 10 cane?



1) It was a "Big Lebowski" reference, man.
2) I've only had 10 Cane, and it was quite good.

/But still not as good as Montecristo.
 
2008-10-01 04:11:18 PM  
Your Village Idiot: FTFA:

The other woman was an off-duty waitress

Is that like an undercover waitress?


Are they licensed to carry a conceled bottle opener when they are not "on the job"
 
2008-10-01 04:16:24 PM  
The_Sponge: 2) I've only had 10 Cane, and it was quite good.

I caught the reference after someone else posted the "you're out of your element.

Just curious about those, heading to a cigar and rum tasting shortly.
 
2008-10-01 04:16:45 PM  
Holy Crap! I used to drink at that bar in the mornings after working midnights last October, tons of hot nurses from St. John's Hospital used to be in there. The double bonus was that is was located half a block from Taco Bell which opened at 9am. You'd get wrecked and walk down there street to TB for a cheesy gordita crunch while the kiddies were walking to school - good times.
 
2008-10-01 04:20:01 PM  
idrow

Quite a set of nuts on that cat... no brains, but a good set of nuts.
 
2008-10-01 04:25:00 PM  
Your Village Idiot: FTFA:

The other woman was an off-duty waitress

Is that like an undercover waitress?


It's to avoid confusion over whether the woman was a waitress at the bar they were currently in (Ugly Duckling) or waits tables elsewhere and is simply out for the evening.

The Internet has taught me how to decipher poorly phrased or badly communicated ideas. I can even read raw hex.
 
2008-10-01 04:26:23 PM  
tweekster: The_Sponge: 2) I've only had 10 Cane, and it was quite good.

I caught the reference after someone else posted the "you're out of your element.

Just curious about those, heading to a cigar and rum tasting shortly.



Very cool.

/Somewhat jealous.
//Went to a large cigar event at a local Indian casino this past weekend.
 
2008-10-01 04:30:32 PM  
Good job hose-dragger! That's why they give guns to the cops and not you.

Heroes indeed!!!
 
2008-10-01 04:38:46 PM  
And you may tell yourself
This is not my beautiful wife!
 
2008-10-01 04:40:32 PM  
JimmyCarter'sSecondTerm: So if you opened your trash can and saw a shiny new gun sitting on top, would you keep it, or would you report it and turn it in to the police?

Turn it in as found property. If it's clean and the owner can't be located, then I can legally claim it, just like any other found property

/no gun registration in my state, so tracing the owner is not always easy
//which is the way it should be
 
2008-10-01 04:41:46 PM  
Udontknowme: Good job hose-dragger!

That's racist.
 
2008-10-01 04:47:56 PM  
JimmyCarter'sSecondTerm: So if you opened your trash can and saw a shiny new gun sitting on top, would you keep it, or would you report it and turn it in to the police?


you'd better report it, ballistics tracing can be a nasty thing--if it was used in a crime (i.e. murder) and you use it for self-defense later and they test it, catalog/compare the ballistics (the unique marks that a barrel leaves on a bullet as it travels through), you will definitely have some 'splainin do to, Lucy.
 
2008-10-01 04:54:22 PM  
Scutter: JimmyCarter'sSecondTerm: So if you opened your trash can and saw a shiny new gun sitting on top, would you keep it, or would you report it and turn it in to the police?

Turn it in as found property. If it's clean and the owner can't be located, then I can legally claim it, just like any other found property

/no gun registration in my state, so tracing the owner is not always easy
//which is the way it should be




you can't purchase a firearm new without BATF paperwork being completed...so unless it's a private transfer (in other words I sell a gun to you and neither of us are licensed dealers), there's gonna' be record. Minimally, the ORIGINAL purchaser of the weapon will be traceable to the weapon's serial number.
 
2008-10-01 04:56:19 PM  
The_Sponge: And you may tell yourself
This is not my beautiful wife!


I lol'd.

/Same as it ever was
 
2008-10-01 04:56:27 PM  
almafuerte: opiumpoopy: Easily done. Who hasn't tried sneaking up behind their wife in the supermarket to kiss their neck, and found it was someone else?

/ That was awkward.

Awkward is when that happens at a bar, you happen to know the other girl, she's drunk and now wants to sleep with you, and your girlfriend is watching you.

Actually, the word isn't awkward. It's painful. Won't do it again.


The word is Threesome actually..
 
2008-10-01 04:57:46 PM  
akula: JimmyCarter'sSecondTerm: So if you opened your trash can and saw a shiny new gun sitting on top, would you keep it, or would you report it and turn it in to the police?

Definitely turn it into the police. While I always have room for one more gun, the potential problems that come with having a gun reported stolen (or worse, involved in a murder) far outweigh the "hey, free gun!" joy.

If it is found just lying around, you can be sure somebody misses it. Either the person who lost it (or had it stolen from him/her) or the police (because they've been looking for what was used to shoot Old Man Miller). And the police will be able to get it to the right folks (or, depending on the department, one of them will take it home and keep it).

If one of mine went missing, I'd be happy to buy a few boxes of ammo for the person who returned it (or depending on which one it was, I might even buy that person a new gun for themselves).


This.
 
2008-10-01 05:00:54 PM  
www.postmodernclog.com
"Loosely translated, the game is up."
 
2008-10-01 05:16:27 PM  
Threadjack: ever have Sea Wynde, Mt Gay Extra Old or 10 cane?

I bought some Mt. Gay, just to make my sophomoric friends laugh. I didn't care for it.

/not a rum connosieur
//nor a spelling "connossieur" connosieur
 
2008-10-01 05:21:18 PM  
What a great defense. "But honey, I thought it was you I was ----ing".
 
2008-10-01 05:21:51 PM  
Timmy the Tumor: Scutter: JimmyCarter'sSecondTerm: So if you opened your trash can and saw a shiny new gun sitting on top, would you keep it, or would you report it and turn it in to the police?

Turn it in as found property. If it's clean and the owner can't be located, then I can legally claim it, just like any other found property

/no gun registration in my state, so tracing the owner is not always easy
//which is the way it should be



you can't purchase a firearm new without BATF paperwork being completed...so unless it's a private transfer (in other words I sell a gun to you and neither of us are licensed dealers), there's gonna' be record. Minimally, the ORIGINAL purchaser of the weapon will be traceable to the weapon's serial number.


Yup. Even though most states don't have gun registration, they can still trace its ownership. They go to the manufacturer and find out the distributor who received it. Then they go to the distributor to discover which FFL sold the firearm. Then they go to that FFL and they can find the first purchaser (who would have filled out a 4473 and been listed in the bound book). At that point, they go talk to the citizens. If the person in question sold it, they track the buyer down if possible- unless a legit owner says "I sold it to this guy, don't remember his name," they can follow the ownership. If somebody DOES say that, you just found a person of interest in the case (unless the crime just couldn't have been committed by that person).

If it has a serial number on it, they can track the owner. Guns, cars, TVs, they just track bit by bit.
 
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