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2013-06-23 08:34:47 AM

hundreddollarman: TomD9938: hundreddollarman: These items make him sound like mouth-breathing, Jesus-rode-on-a-dinosaur, AR-15 lovin' teatard to me.

He doesn't exist.

Like Manti Te'o's girlfriend?


Now those two would make a great couple...
 
2013-06-23 10:01:19 AM
So I made a gmail account quite a few years ago.

I decided it was too much effort to switch everything over, and I just continued using my aol account.

Does everything I need it to do. Is it really a big problem I never officially switched over?

/oh well
 
2013-06-23 10:12:09 AM
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Fake.Fake.Fake.Fake.
 
2013-06-23 10:31:59 AM

Lady Indica:Thurston Howell: /Yes, I have an onion in my belt.

Is it a big yellow one?


Yellow onions are copacetic for a gambol around town, but if you're really putting on the Ritz you'll need a more formal white or red onion.

ladyfortuna: I'm 33 and I use paper and pen all the time. Mostly for the grocery list, but you get the idea.


I'm about a decade your senior; my wife and I compile and share the grocery list through our phones.  That way we each have it, can split it up by aisle/section/etc, and have the shopping done in half the time.  My mother, who is about twice your age, writes her list on 5 or 6 post-it notes throughout the week, then panics once she's in the store and inevitably loses one of the notes in her purse.
 
2013-06-23 10:54:24 AM
FAKE.
 
2013-06-23 11:02:23 AM
Circles over i's and j's. I did that for about one week in middle school. My father saw it and put a stop to it with a quickness.
 
2013-06-23 11:49:40 AM
Just liking Snow Dogs would be reason enough.
 
2013-06-23 12:00:17 PM
I come from a Catholic New Orleans family. When coming through the door on a visit we always kissed each other on the lips. Everyone.
 
2013-06-23 12:20:03 PM
If even half of hat was true. This guy has way more problems than getting dumped.
 
2013-06-23 04:58:37 PM
Did she call him callow?
 
2013-06-23 05:53:54 PM
Thurston Howell:

ladyfortuna: I'm 33 and I use paper and pen all the time. Mostly for the grocery list, but you get the idea.

I'm about a decade your senior; my wife and I compile and share the grocery list through our phones.  That way we each have it, can split it up by aisle/section/etc, and have the shopping done in half the time.  My mother, who is about twice your age, writes her list on 5 or 6 post-it notes throughout the week, then panics once she's in the store and inevitably loses one of the notes in her purse.


Lordfortuna is discouraged from accompanying me to the store, because shopping always takes twice as long if he's there. The list plus mental map of the store gets me in and out generally in 30 minutes unless it's a huge list. I know there's an app now for Wegmans but it didn't agree with my phone so I'm sticking to pen & paper until they fix it...
 
2013-06-23 06:03:21 PM

ladyfortuna: Thurston Howell:

ladyfortuna: I'm 33 and I use paper and pen all the time. Mostly for the grocery list, but you get the idea.

I'm about a decade your senior; my wife and I compile and share the grocery list through our phones.  That way we each have it, can split it up by aisle/section/etc, and have the shopping done in half the time.  My mother, who is about twice your age, writes her list on 5 or 6 post-it notes throughout the week, then panics once she's in the store and inevitably loses one of the notes in her purse.

Lordfortuna is discouraged from accompanying me to the store, because shopping always takes twice as long if he's there. The list plus mental map of the store gets me in and out generally in 30 minutes unless it's a huge list. I know there's an app now for Wegmans but it didn't agree with my phone so I'm sticking to pen & paper until they fix it...


Wegmans? I didn't look at your profile, but Western New York is your haunt? I WISH there was something like Wegmans here in Wisconsin.

/And Zweigles White Hots.
//Ain't NOTHING better.
///Except the Hatch Chiles I order every year.
 
2013-06-23 06:04:10 PM

ladyfortuna: Thurston Howell:

ladyfortuna: I'm 33 and I use paper and pen all the time. Mostly for the grocery list, but you get the idea.

I'm about a decade your senior; my wife and I compile and share the grocery list through our phones.  That way we each have it, can split it up by aisle/section/etc, and have the shopping done in half the time.  My mother, who is about twice your age, writes her list on 5 or 6 post-it notes throughout the week, then panics once she's in the store and inevitably loses one of the notes in her purse.

Lordfortuna is discouraged from accompanying me to the store, because shopping always takes twice as long if he's there. The list plus mental map of the store gets me in and out generally in 30 minutes unless it's a huge list. I know there's an app now for Wegmans but it didn't agree with my phone so I'm sticking to pen & paper until they fix it...


It was the exact opposite with my ex.  When she grocery shopped, she read the labels of everything she bought.  Even if it was something she bought every damn week she just had to read the complete label.  It drove me nuts.  The only time I read the labels is when it was something new and I as comparing brands to see which one looked better ingredients-wise, but once I settled on a brand, I would only occasionally check the label to see if anything had changed.
 
2013-06-23 08:54:01 PM
I'm like you; I do read labels the first time and maybe every other month I'll 'browse' to compare products, but usually I'm pretty brand loyal unless something changes (like major price increases).

And yeah, Western NY FTW, most of the time. Lame government officials not withstanding.
 
2013-06-23 11:14:31 PM

MrHappyRotter: I mean, I don't eat my cereal with water, but I'm going to disagree with that centipede infested coont and say, there's nothing gross about pouring water on cereal rather than the more typical use of milk.


You are 100% correct.  What *is* gross is eating the cereal that has water poured on it, instead of milk.
 
2013-06-23 11:21:23 PM
you folks are some of the most jaded motherfarkers on earth
 
2013-06-23 11:43:07 PM
Could he be lactose intolerant?  That would be a valid reason for not using milk with cereal.  Though I would normally assume one of the many non-milk alternatives would be a better choice.
 
2013-06-24 12:15:20 AM

MysteryGuest: Circles over i's and j's. I did that for about one week in middle school. My father saw it and put a stop to it with a quickness.


I went through that phase (actually, worse: hearts *shudder*). A teacher I really respected told me to stop doing it, so I did. I haven't thought about it in years. It's not high up there on the list of why he was one of my best teachers, but it's certainly on that list.

/Higher on that list: Assigning us to make models of arthropods out of household objects. I'm still proud of my straw and pipe cleaner lobster.
//Also, a pecan makes a fantastic abdomen.
 
2013-06-24 09:20:00 AM

OgreMagi: Could he be lactose intolerant?  That would be a valid reason for not using milk with cereal.  Though I would normally assume one of the many non-milk alternatives would be a better choice.


Grape nuts is just as good with water as it is with milk.
 
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