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post #55546 of 70168
Food without meats are also known as side dishes.
post #55547 of 70168
Kids should be included, we had probably 20 kids of various ages at our wedding, and not one was an issue. In fact I'm certain they have a genuinely enjoyable time.
post #55548 of 70168
Also, why is fucking january outside right now.
post #55549 of 70168
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

Also, why is fucking january outside right now.

I'm surprised it's not colder, it's only 0-5c, last year it was -10c and 10cm< of snow on the ground.
post #55550 of 70168
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

I'm surprised it's not colder, it's only 0-5c, last year it was -10c and 10cm< of snow on the ground.

You love on a different continent jerkoff.
post #55551 of 70168
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I'm surprised it's not colder, it's only 0-5c, last year it was -10c and 10cm< of snow on the ground.

I don't understand any of what you just said.
post #55552 of 70168
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Originally Posted by MrG View Post

Agreed.

The no-gift wedding I mentioned earlier was a similar kind of deal, though not quite as severe as arriving to nowhere to stay. I felt obligated to go because I was in the wedding, but it kept snowballing into a bigger and more expensive hassle:

Friend: "MrG, I'd really like you to be in my wedding."

MrG: "Hell yeah, man. I'd be honored."

(Time passes)

Friend: "By the way, the wedding is in a place that makes no sense whatsoever for anyone involved."

MrG: "No worries. It will be nice to get away."

(Time passes)

Friend: "Oh, and despite the fact that most of our friends, including the wedding party, have kids, we're not allowing kids at the wedding."

MrG: "..."

Friend: "But, like it says on the invitation, licensed childcare will be provided at the venue."

MrG: "So...leaving my infant with a stranger. I guess it's alright since it's licensed, and we'll be in the same building, since the childcare is at the venue."

(Time passes)

MrG: "So how do I go about getting childcare lined up for the big day?"

Friend: "Oh, you just call and tell them to come up to your hotel room at the venue."

MrG: "We're not getting a hotel room at the venue. We've booked a nice house nearby to share with other friends are going, since we all like to vacation together, anyway, and it'll be better accommodations for our families at a lot less cost."

Friend: "Well, despite the fact that we didn't make this clear before you RSVPed, you have to stay at the hotel at the venue if you want to use the childcare we told you we'd provide. We just assumed that everyone would stay at the hotel."

MrG: ffffuuuu.gif

That is, basically put, shitty. It really, really is.
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Originally Posted by Bhowie View Post


You love on a different continent jerkoff.

 

Hey now, I'm sure he loves on every continent.

post #55554 of 70168
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Originally Posted by Bhowie View Post

You love on a different continent jerkoff.

No, I make love on the same continent as I'm on.

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Originally Posted by js4design View Post


I don't understand any of what you just said.

Let my rephrase it, it's normally must colder this time of year around here, than it is right now.

And it's called centigrade, all hail the metric system.
Edited by Find Finn - 11/25/13 at 1:22pm
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

Kids should be included, we had probably 20 kids of various ages at our wedding, and not one was an issue. In fact I'm certain they have a genuinely enjoyable time.

The problem is that many parents do not and cannot make their children behave. I am not just talking about making a little noise at their seats or being slightly rambunctious. I am referring to running with reckless abandonment through the venue, laying waste to whatever is in their path and screaming like banshees.
post #55556 of 70168
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post


And it's called centigrade, all hail the metric system.

Nice attempt at trickery a centigrade is a kind of insect learned about in school! (Must needs wake up early in the morning to fool me.)
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post


Nice attempt at trickery a centigrade is a kind of insect learned about in school! (Must needs wake up early in the morning to fool me.)

no, see I even made a wiki page.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celsius
post #55558 of 70168
Man, what a joke! The Celsius people apparently got it in their heads that 100 degrees is the boiling point of water. (Fact of the matter is it's 212 degrees basic science.) Hard to take the Celsiusers seriously now.
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Originally Posted by Bhowie View Post

You love on a different continent jerkoff.

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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

No, I make love on the same content as I'm on..
But does he love to jerk off on different continents (contents)?
post #55560 of 70168
Yeah, I really don't like these centigraders (celsiusists?). Why must they inflict their heathen ways on the rest of the world? We might be inclined to follow their silly scale if every other country in the world did it first (which would never happen hehehe)
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