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post #46711 of 65712
So an international package I have been waiting for says it arrived at a sorting facility on Friday and with the same timestamp it says it was unclaimed and has been sitting there since Friday. I don't know what to do at this point. How could it be unclaimed when it never even arrived at my door, or even my state for that matter?????
post #46712 of 65712
If working 16 hour days for the rest of my life meant I didn't have to walk in the rain ever again I think I would take it.
post #46713 of 65712
My neighbor, who is incredibly strange, is currently having someone who is even more strange stop by to pick up one of the women from their house. This person is the last remaining asshole who pulls up in front of a house and honks the horn.

He Bought the house, bought a car a week later, week after that the family shows up (maybe he bought them too !?!)
post #46714 of 65712
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

My neighbor, who is incredibly strange, is currently having someone who is even more strange stop by to pick up one of the women from their house. This person is the last remaining asshole who pulls up in front of a house and honks the horn.

He Bought the house, bought a car a week later, week after that the family shows up (maybe he bought them too !?!)

No excuse for this in a world with cell phones.
post #46715 of 65712
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

No excuse for this in a world with cell phones.

Cell phones? There's no excuse for this in a world with fucking door bells!
post #46716 of 65712
I recall one of my first conversations with my future father in law. He asked me "so you're not going to be one of those assholes that honks the horn, are you?"
post #46717 of 65712
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

If working 16 hour days for the rest of my life meant I didn't have to walk in the rain ever again I think I would take it.

i think there must be a better solution.
post #46718 of 65712
It's your birthday?
post #46719 of 65712
I would take the opposite - would walk in the rain everyday if I didn't have to work
post #46720 of 65712
Goddamn monsoon in New York this morning. I mean, just biblical rain. I threw all thoughts of dressing well out the window, wore all my rain gear, including boots, and I'm still soaking wet. Eff this.
post #46721 of 65712
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

It's your birthday?

by the hebrew calendar. yes it is. smile.gif
post #46722 of 65712
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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post

I would take the opposite - would walk in the rain everyday if I didn't have to work

i would do this for a max of 1 hour. and only first thing in the AM or at night. not during the day.
post #46723 of 65712
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Goddamn monsoon in New York this morning. I mean, just biblical rain. I threw all thoughts of dressing well out the window, wore all my rain gear, including boots, and I'm still soaking wet. Eff this.

I tried walking my dogs this morning in the park, it was raining so hard I felt bad and took them straight home. Of course they ended up pooping in the house.

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I am happy that I've got a real system now with cleaning wood floor/rug pet accidents. We've got the Pet Enzyme Killer solution by the gallons, double bucket of lysol and mop chambered and ready as well as a hoover steam vac good to go. It sucks when there is the occasional accident, but now its a cinch to clean up quickly. I think I'm ready for actual human babies now. colgate.gif
post #46724 of 65712
doc, babies poop on the floor far less than dogs do. that is what diapers are for.
post #46725 of 65712
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

doc, babies poop on the floor far less than dogs do. that is what diapers are for.

wait but I can still let my future babies poop in the park right? I'll be a responsible parent and pick it up, bag it, and throw it away properly and everything. Only when its not raining too hard of course.
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