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post #10621 of 15111
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I saw a lot of affectional straight male men in Cambodia. Apparently it's normal there.

Ah, so that explains @GoSurface.
post #10622 of 15111
Betimes I see people write "cud" for "could." What the heck that doesn't even make sense who pronounces "could" as "cud?"
post #10623 of 15111
That reminds me of the time I decided to start spelling "come" as "cum". Had some inexplicably negative reactions confused.gif
post #10624 of 15111
Means "with" in Latin probably just confused everybody hehehe!
post #10625 of 15111
Okay what the hell how come in all the gay personals be like "I saw you at Wallmart in the housewares isle you had glasses and a shirt." Do all the gays of the STL area hang out at Wal-Mart, and if so, did they not read the big sign (does not say Wallmart)?

Also, I refuse to "get with" someone doesn't know how to spell aisle.
post #10626 of 15111
I will admit a secret here, I have had the same haircutter for like the last 20 years. For a short time while he was between other places he worked at the Wal-Mart hair shop. He is totally gay. Fortunately he has moved on to another place so I do not have to walk past a Woodforest Bank and a Subway to get my hairs cut.
post #10627 of 15111
Don't like the foot longs?
post #10628 of 15111
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

I used to be pretty heavily into road cycling. I can tell you cyclists are other cyclists worst enemies. The vast majority are spandex clad douchebags and they get treated by motorists as they deserve to be treated. Problem is there's no sign on your back to tell motorists you're not a douchebag too so you get the same treatment. People in cars need to think hard too though, as a fit and muscular 6'4" 23 year old man on a bike, loses every argument with a 98# grandma behind the wheel.

I don't get most roadies- most of them here are serious pricks that act like the saddle is stuck up their asses.
post #10629 of 15111
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

I will admit a secret here, I have had the same haircutter for like the last 20 years. For a short time while he was between other places he worked at the Wal-Mart hair shop. He is totally gay. Fortunately he has moved on to another place so I do not have to walk past a Woodforest Bank and a Subway to get my hairs cut.

The same gay man has been cutting my hair for ages. He's a cool guy and a great painter (artist).
post #10630 of 15111
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

Okay what the hell how come in all the gay personals be like "I saw you at Wallmart in the housewares isle you had glasses and a shirt." Do all the gays of the STL area hang out at Wal-Mart, and if so, did they not read the big sign (does not say Wallmart)?

Also, I refuse to "get with" someone doesn't know how to spell aisle.

It's spelled eyels, right?
post #10631 of 15111
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Originally Posted by why View Post

Well, I picked up on that. I wasn't sure about patrickBOOTH's comment and some other responses that I sometimes get (unrelated to this particular topic).

If you are unaware that your reputation is that of a crank and something of a pompous, opinionated dick, then you are remarkably un-self-aware.
post #10632 of 15111
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Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

If you are unaware that your reputation is that of a crank and something of a pompous, opinionated dick, then you are remarkably un-self-aware.

Not really the problem, though. I just can't tell the difference between some genuine hate and genial humor.
post #10633 of 15111
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Originally Posted by why View Post


Not really the problem, though. I just can't tell the difference between some genuine hate and genial humor.

 

There are probably a lot of social cues you do not pick up on. 

post #10634 of 15111
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

There are probably a lot of social cues you do not pick up on. 

this one is probably on the hating end of the spectrum.
post #10635 of 15111
Why do I always forget about this website until I am already halfway done setting up a new computer?

http://ninite.com/

It creates a custom installer with that can include 95% of the free programs I usually install. You can also save the installer for later--it will always install the most up to date version of the software. So much better than having to go to individual download pages for every little utility or discovering that OOPS! you haven't yet installed Silverlight yet and you are trying to join a call with some web-based meeting tool that requires it.

By the time I remembered, I had already installed half of them by hand...
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