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Yep. I'm not into unnecessary affection.

A little brolove never hurt anyone. Relax.
post #362 of 481
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A little brolove never hurt anyone. Relax.

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Neither did keeping in your personal space.

Must admit the comment above would be effective on backing a bro hugger off. Bend in and go for peen on peen contact and the insistent party should back off nicely.
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Pene to pene contact or not?

I believe you've been living a lie and what your uncle told you was a hug is called sexual abuse. Sorry to destroy your childhood memories.
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I believe you've been living a lie and what your uncle told you was a hug is called sexual abuse. Sorry to destroy your childhood memories.

That was an evasive answer.
post #365 of 481
Help:

Having some guest stay at my house as part of coordination for a funeral. 2 problems. Woman that talks so loudly you can hardly be in the same room with her. Second, she brought this redneck with her who I can hardly converse with.

Please advise.
post #366 of 481
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

Help:

Having some guest stay at my house as part of coordination for a funeral. 2 problems. Woman that talks so loudly you can hardly be in the same room with her. Second, she brought this redneck with her who I can hardly converse with.

Please advise.

more funerals
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

Help:

Having some guest stay at my house as part of coordination for a funeral. 2 problems. Woman that talks so loudly you can hardly be in the same room with her. Second, she brought this redneck with her who I can hardly converse with.

Please advise.

Use proper English with the redneck. Maybe he will freak.
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post


Use proper English with the redneck. Maybe he will freak.

That has already happened. I may officially be metrosexual.

He drank all my single malt scotch and complained to the woman that there was no Jack Daniels. Hiding the bottles. Drink beer, mf.
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more funerals

What do you charge? Can I get a group rate?
post #370 of 481
Here's hoping it's a short visit from the dreadful guests. Keep your homicidal impulses in check. More single malt is cheaper than an insanity defense.
post #371 of 481
Suggest you start talking about Allen Edmonds seconds. And how to untie a necktie.
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Here's hoping it's a short visit from the dreadful guests. Keep your homicidal impulses in check. More single malt is cheaper than an insanity defense.

Until Sat. Dropped their asses off at the monuments this morning. As of 9 pm, have ignored 3 pick us up calls, ehm, working late. Will be forced to answer the 4th or things become obvious. Did I mention the redneck eats more than a Sumo wrestler?
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Suggest you start talking about Allen Edmonds seconds. And how to untie a necktie.

On the bright side, redneck with a ponytail will be wearing a suit tomorrow. Deep gorge, ventless. All the cliches apply. Considering suggesting he wear the pony inside his suit jacket. Might advise him its Arlington National Cemetery protocol. Will photograph and post if I can pull it off.
post #373 of 481
You could regale him with your extensive knowledge of shoe circles. That's always a winning conversational gambit.
post #374 of 481
When dining at a nice restaurant, is it considered rude to order several small plates instead of a main course?
post #375 of 481
I'd say no. It's not like you're just ordering water, you're paying the same amount if not more.
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