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post #83416 of 109053
try baby powder (assuming theyre white)
post #83417 of 109053
Every birthday dinner I've been to everyone else covered the birthday person's bill. Although in Asian cultures the birthday person pays for everything.
post #83418 of 109053
Depends who invites whom, right?
I mean, if say the best friends invite other friends to celebrate a friends b-day then everybody pays for themselves and between them cover the b-day person, but if b-day person is inviting everybody to celebrate him then you could end up paying for yourself only or b-day person paying for everything.

And I think ryan troll is just a troll, get well note was too tame to be actual fanboy.
post #83419 of 109053
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Dogs are fine. People who treat their dogs like actual people creep me out. People who bring their non service dogs into restaurants or other places of business with them are assholes. People who let their dogs sleep on their pillow next to them in bed are gross.



I do that daily, at restaurant I sit outside and always call a head to ask if it's okay and no grocery stores (it's illegal here).

I never had a complaint from anyone, most places the staff/waiters spend more time petting my dog than they do on me.

Oh and my dog almost always sleeps next to me in my bed.

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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Wish I had a dog, but don't have a grass yard so I don't think it would be fair to the dog frown.gif Been considering a cat as a consolation prize but dunno...


Lol what, I live on the 4.th floor and I have a dog, as do a lot of people.

A dog doesn't get socialized or get proper exercise for that matter in a yard anyway.
Edited by Find Finn - 9/1/13 at 12:43am
post #83420 of 109053
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Lol what, I live on the 4.th floor and I have a dog, as do a lot of people.

A dog doesn't get socialized or get proper exercise for that matter in a yard anyway.

What do you do instead? And what if it wants to go out real late? Then you can just open the door and let it run around...
post #83421 of 109053
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What do you do instead? And what if it wants to go out real late? Then you can just open the door and let it run around...

Take the elevator 4 floors down and take him for a walk.
post #83422 of 109053
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I do that daily, at restaurant I sit outside and always call a head to ask if it's okay and no grocery stores (it's illegal here).

I never had a complaint from anyone, most places the staff/waiters spend more time petting my dog than they do on me.

Oh and my dog almost always sleeps next to me in my bed.
Lol what, I live on the 4.th floor and I have a dog, as do a lot of people.

A dog doesn't get socialized or get proper exercise for that matter in a yard anyway.

not everyone's yard is 25m² ?

post #83423 of 109053
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not everyone's yard is 25m² ?

What do you mean?
post #83424 of 109053
Man you guys are funny

It's completely rediculous to have a dog that lives in an apartment, snoozes on the bed and chills on the terrace whilst you sip / dip your cafe latte / croissant (not my thing but it's not crazy at all) but it isn't rediculous to let everyone carry around handguns and throwing knives or ninja stars and akimbo mac10's.

Makes zero sense to me but FOUNDING FATHERS ETCETC
post #83425 of 109053
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Originally Posted by chinesealpha View Post


I like doing nice things for my friends and fam on my birthday. Usually involves baking cheesecakes. Just a little way of saying thanks for being awesome.

People that feel the need for a ridiculous baller birthday are probably trying to fill a hole in their soul.  

My wife makes me a cake. I usually give some gifts to my kids. I might get myself something nice, or my wife might. Doesn't really matter. I like my birthday (coming up this week, as it turns out) to be low key. Have never felt the need for a baller birthday.
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

My friends always pitch in to cover the birthday person's dinner. The birthday person usually buys the first round of drinks.

This seems to be the usual protocol with my friends as well. Unless you are turning 75, and have accomplished something amazing with your life, it really seems that much more is overkill.
post #83426 of 109053
Ive never heard of anyone showing up to a bday dinner or thing and was surprised or butthurt that he had to pay lol
post #83427 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post

Man you guys are funny

It's completely rediculous to have a dog that lives in an apartment, snoozes on the bed and chills on the terrace whilst you sip / dip your cafe latte / croissant (not my thing but it's not crazy at all) but it isn't rediculous to let everyone carry around handguns and throwing knives or ninja stars and akimbo mac10's.

Makes zero sense to me but FOUNDING FATHERS ETCETC

haha. what? no idea how these things are related

edit: hey B!CD, rumor has it you're also aaron paul's costume guy on breaking bad and you know all about his leather jackets...
post #83428 of 109053
Dog owners are usually cool people. But the asshats who bring non service dogs into food establishments and either act surprised when we ask them to be removed or claim they are service animals (it's really really obvious, and it's only the Ada that prevents me from asking for documentation) are massively stupid. What they don't seem to understand is that if you bring the dog in at the wrong time, we can get shut down for an extended period. Not fined a little bit, but temporarily closed. All of this for a dog who would be too traumatized by being left tied outside to a chair
post #83429 of 109053
Yea I'm so confused by the dog conversation now. I just wanted the ability to open the door and the dog to have a nice yard to run around in...
post #83430 of 109053
my dog is so spoiled. i live right next to prospect park, so this is my dog's yard
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plenty of other dogs to play with regularly too
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