or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › General › General Chat › Things that are pissing you off.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Things that are pissing you off. - Page 2329

post #34921 of 61805
physical altercation with my roommate with me being the victor and he being butt hurt...im not one to hod grudges but he certainly is. I can see this being a problem down the road.


sorry I'm not sorry.
post #34922 of 61805
Quote:
Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I think you all just need a woman to hold your drinks for you.

Fine compromise there pB
post #34923 of 61805
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fang66 View Post


Japanese people may as well walk backwards they are that slow.

At least Japanese people have spatial awareness. The flow of people down the sidewalks always seems smooth. Getting on and off a train is never a problem. People seem to actually understand how to act in a big city.

 

Contrast that with HK, where people keep straight up walking into me. No apologies or anything. Talked to local people about it and they say it happens to them too. Chinese people give zero fucks, I guess. But the crowds here can feel crushing in a very different way than in Tokyo or Seoul, for instance. 

 

Also: Doesn't seem like people kan be bothered to lift their umbrellas any higher than exactly my eye height either. I'm sure I'll go blind every time it rains. 

post #34924 of 61805
Quote:
Originally Posted by Douglas View Post

Two of my dogs are at the animal hospital with what looks like leptospirosis, or perhaps some kind of fungal poisoning. We have four dogs, so frankly I have to wonder if the other two are not sick, too. But the two that are there now are extremely lethargic and jaundiced and crashing, and bloodwork is showing severe liver and kidney failure. Left a deposit of over $1,000 per dog, and that's the "low estimate." High estimates are more like $3,500. For what very likely could be a losing battle. And could affect two other dogs as well. My wife is distraught; she was sobbing at the animal hospital, and our 3-year-old daughter was also crying because her mommy was crying, as we got to hold our little dogs for what could be the last time, before leaving them in a cold animal hospital for the night.
frown.gif

sorry to hear this.
Quote:
Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

physical altercation with my roommate with me being the victor and he being butt hurt...im not one to hod grudges but he certainly is. I can see this being a problem down the road.
sorry I'm not sorry.

be the bigger man dude. go to his room tonight while he's sleeping, slip under the sheets, hold him tight and whisper softly to his ear that you're sorry.
post #34925 of 61805
acid I'm always the bigger man...he always tries to toss it in my face "oh go to the gym more" but it honestly wasn't about that it had nothing to do with who is stronger or who makes more money etc but he always tries to boil it down to those things...he was being very immature stormed in my room and yanked the sheets off my bed and threatened to break my sunglasses. I had to take command of the situation as i saw fit.


this all came about because i took the stupid tiger off his golf clubs and tossed it in his room.
post #34926 of 61805

So I'm going to sounds like a whiney little bitch here. 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Its just starting to occur to me that I'm moving across the damned atlantic in seven days. I have seven days to hang out with my girl, who I've basically spent every non-working waking hour with for the last five years (granted thats like twenty hours a week). 

 
Its only now I realize that this won't be as easy as the last few times I've just fucked off for a year or two across a few thousand miles (I have a habit of doing this periodically) because of her. I'm not sure how well I'm going to handle it, especially given the extremely limited contact we'll have until we get internet set up and I get a phone that will work with skype over there. On top of this, she's never really gone it solo in terms of supporting herself and living alone, so I'll be worrying a lot about her (I've been supporting her financially and emotionally since she moved in five years ago). 
 
I know we'll be fine, I'm just feeling like this is going to be a major adjustment for me, and not in a good way. Oh well. I'll stop bitching now.

 

post #34927 of 61805
Quote:
Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

So I'm going to sounds like a whiney little bitch here. 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Its just starting to occur to me that I'm moving across the damned atlantic in seven days. I have seven days to hang out with my girl, who I've basically spent every non-working waking hour with for the last five years (granted thats like twenty hours a week). 
 
Its only now I realize that this won't be as easy as the last few times I've just fucked off for a year or two across a few thousand miles (I have a habit of doing this periodically) because of her. I'm not sure how well I'm going to handle it, especially given the extremely limited contact we'll have until we get internet set up and I get a phone that will work with skype over there. On top of this, she's never really gone it solo in terms of supporting herself and living alone, so I'll be worrying a lot about her (I've been supporting her financially and emotionally since she moved in five years ago). 
 
I know we'll be fine, I'm just feeling like this is going to be a major adjustment for me, and not in a good way. Oh well. I'll stop bitching now.

I feel for you liam...my gf leaves for grad school tomorrow morning...she will be at syracuse and I will be in boston...I will see her at most 4 days a month for the rest of the year...
post #34928 of 61805
Sorry bout yer dogs and ur money douggie frown.gif
post #34929 of 61805
Quote:
Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post


I feel for you liam...my gf leaves for grad school tomorrow morning...she will be at syracuse and I will be in boston...I will see her at most 4 days a month for the rest of the year...

 

Same boat, but I'm the one leaving. Reykjavik. She's moving in next door to her sister in TN, and I live in NJ so I'll be here during the breaks, and its doubtful I'll have the money to visit her more than once a year. 

 

Best of luck to you re: shit roomy and absentee missus!

post #34930 of 61805
I know this is not the thread for this but maybe someone can help me out.

I need to get form LGA (La Guardia Airport) to long island. Anyone have any recommendations that are not going to cost me 200 USD. I called and asked about the van and private car service, ridiculous. plain.gif

Oh and I will be arriving at LGA at 11 am today.

fawk, I just realized my flight leaves at 6 am. plain.gif
Edited by CalTex - 8/17/12 at 12:08am
post #34931 of 61805
Sorry about the dogs Douglas
post #34932 of 61805
I think something is in the water here at work... too many stupid lazy people who should be on a soup line. So -- rather than keep it pent up driving myself crazy, I will share for your amusement.

A little background--- I am attorney in a mid-sized manhattan law firm.

The following is from my new associate that they hired -- without my input. She had temped here for six months and missed more days sick than I have had off (vaca or otherwise) in the last two years. One of the partners here made sure to cut me out of the process, as he knew my contempt for her. He thought he could "teach her." She has been hear nearly 8 mos and still cannot prepare the most basic of legal documents without significant revisions. He still insists she can learn.
Quote:
Seems silly to come in to the office now only to come back to the East Side at 10:00 for my haircut so I’ll be working from home this morning accessible by cell and will be in around 11:00.

Really?
post #34933 of 61805
Quote:
Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

So I'm going to sounds like a whiney little bitch here. 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Its just starting to occur to me that I'm moving across the damned atlantic in seven days. I have seven days to hang out with my girl, who I've basically spent every non-working waking hour with for the last five years (granted thats like twenty hours a week). 
 
Its only now I realize that this won't be as easy as the last few times I've just fucked off for a year or two across a few thousand miles (I have a habit of doing this periodically) because of her. I'm not sure how well I'm going to handle it, especially given the extremely limited contact we'll have until we get internet set up and I get a phone that will work with skype over there. On top of this, she's never really gone it solo in terms of supporting herself and living alone, so I'll be worrying a lot about her (I've been supporting her financially and emotionally since she moved in five years ago). 
 
I know we'll be fine, I'm just feeling like this is going to be a major adjustment for me, and not in a good way. Oh well. I'll stop bitching now.

I am going to be in the same boat next year, pal. She's going to teach English in Cambodia for a year.
post #34934 of 61805
Quote:
Originally Posted by OmniscientCause View Post

acid I'm always the bigger man...he always tries to toss it in my face "oh go to the gym more" but it honestly wasn't about that it had nothing to do with who is stronger or who makes more money etc but he always tries to boil it down to those things...he was being very immature stormed in my room and yanked the sheets off my bed and threatened to break my sunglasses. I had to take command of the situation as i saw fit.
this all came about because i took the stupid tiger off his golf clubs and tossed it in his room.

You should have put your balls on his drum set.
post #34935 of 61805
Quote:
Originally Posted by zarathustra View Post

Really?

People are so dumb some times. "I created a bad schedule, so now I'm using the bad schedule I created as an excuse to miss more work." Good excuse there moron.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: General Chat
Styleforum › Forums › General › General Chat › Things that are pissing you off.