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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

irregardless of your opinion, matzah ball soup is delicious.

The truth of the matter is that I don't have any opinion either way about matzah ball soup. You see, in all my time in this vale of tears, the Lord has never once guided my hand to a bowl of matzah ball soup.

EDIT: Just now the Lord guided my hand to a jar of Omega 3 peanut better. I'd prefer if He hadn't done that. I hope matzah ball soup is better than Omega 3 peanut butter. Otherwise I'll play the fool in front of globetrotter's family.
Edited by L'Incandescent - 6/27/12 at 11:01pm
post #21947 of 43592
Been traveling a bit lately so I've been gone from Japan and also spending the week getting over my jet lag slowly... just went out to the convenience store to buy some beer very briefly and saw two things, well, girls, that were making me happy;

a) the girl in front of me in the checkout line looked to be coming back from playing tennis and rode up to the store on a generic low-tech bicycle; she had a thin white polo shirt on, unbranded, and a pleated tennis skirt on. Racquet on her back. I looked down at her feet and she was wearing original Stan Smiths. She wasn't stunningly beautiful, but very cute. I wonder if she was even wearing much makeup, considering she was coming back form tennis...

b) I finished buying my beers and walked outside, looked across the street at this tiny car repair garage that apparently works mostly on German cars, there's always one of something in there waiting for service. Today there was a girl in there in a coral pink miniskirt that probably hung only an inch below her meaty bits, and she was in there dustbrushing a red W107 380SL (the old early-mid 80's SL's) that looked to be in perfect condition. She was tall and slim, didn't see her face but I'd bet enough that she was very cute.

There's a bunch of tackiness in Japan, but there's always some people with stellar taste, whether they know it or not. Part of the reason I moved to Japan was to be around those types, whether just to appreciate them in passing, or whatever. I love stuff like that.
post #21948 of 43592
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

Been traveling a bit lately so I've been gone from Japan and also spending the week getting over my jet lag slowly... just went out to the convenience store to buy some beer very briefly and saw two things, well, girls, that were making me happy;
a) the girl in front of me in the checkout line looked to be coming back from playing tennis and rode up to the store on a generic low-tech bicycle; she had a thin white polo shirt on, unbranded, and a pleated tennis skirt on. Racquet on her back. I looked down at her feet and she was wearing original Stan Smiths. She wasn't stunningly beautiful, but very cute. I wonder if she was even wearing much makeup, considering she was coming back form tennis...
b) I finished buying my beers and walked outside, looked across the street at this tiny car repair garage that apparently works mostly on German cars, there's always one of something in there waiting for service. Today there was a girl in there in a coral pink miniskirt that probably hung only an inch below her meaty bits, and she was in there dustbrushing a red W107 380SL (the old early-mid 80's SL's) that looked to be in perfect condition. She was tall and slim, didn't see her face but I'd bet enough that she was very cute.
There's a bunch of tackiness in Japan, but there's always some people with stellar taste, whether they know it or not. Part of the reason I moved to Japan was to be around those types, whether just to appreciate them in passing, or whatever. I love stuff like that.

such fleeting things can lift ones day I find.
post #21949 of 43592
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

puzzled.gif

The struggles of T and final success in emoticon form.
post #21950 of 43592
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Originally Posted by Britalian View Post

Pedro. Your friend per chance?

Well the swarthy types do tend to have the swivel hips, but no don't know any Pedros.
post #21951 of 43592
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

The truth of the matter is that I don't have any opinion either way about matzah ball soup. You see, in all my time in this vale of tears, the Lord has never once guided my hand to a bowl of matzah ball soup.
EDIT: Just now the Lord guided my hand to a jar of Omega 3 peanut better. I'd prefer if He hadn't done that. I hope matzah ball soup is better than Omega 3 peanut butter. Otherwise I'll play the fool in front of globetrotter's family.

i am not the lord, but ill gladly guide you to matzah ball soup. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

Been traveling a bit lately so I've been gone from Japan and also spending the week getting over my jet lag slowly... just went out to the convenience store to buy some beer very briefly and saw two things, well, girls, that were making me happy;
a) the girl in front of me in the checkout line looked to be coming back from playing tennis and rode up to the store on a generic low-tech bicycle; she had a thin white polo shirt on, unbranded, and a pleated tennis skirt on. Racquet on her back. I looked down at her feet and she was wearing original Stan Smiths. She wasn't stunningly beautiful, but very cute. I wonder if she was even wearing much makeup, considering she was coming back form tennis...
b) I finished buying my beers and walked outside, looked across the street at this tiny car repair garage that apparently works mostly on German cars, there's always one of something in there waiting for service. Today there was a girl in there in a coral pink miniskirt that probably hung only an inch below her meaty bits, and she was in there dustbrushing a red W107 380SL (the old early-mid 80's SL's) that looked to be in perfect condition. She was tall and slim, didn't see her face but I'd bet enough that she was very cute.
There's a bunch of tackiness in Japan, but there's always some people with stellar taste, whether they know it or not. Part of the reason I moved to Japan was to be around those types, whether just to appreciate them in passing, or whatever. I love stuff like that.

noice. how you been?
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The struggles of T and final success in emoticon form.

ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh oic
post #21952 of 43592
Thanks guys. Looking forward to settling a few matters once this falls into place.

Oddly enough, I had a talk with the son's camp counselors, and he's been well-behaved thus far. Color me surprised.
post #21953 of 43592
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Thanks guys. Looking forward to settling a few matters once this falls into place.
Oddly enough, I had a talk with the son's camp counselors, and he's been well-behaved thus far. Color me surprised.

Over/Under on how long that holds up?

Line is at 1 more week
post #21954 of 43592
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Thanks guys. Looking forward to settling a few matters once this falls into place.
Oddly enough, I had a talk with the son's camp counselors, and he's been well-behaved thus far. Color me surprised.

thats awesome. its so cool when your kids surprise you in a pleasant way.
post #21955 of 43592
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


thats awesome. its so cool when your kids surprise you in a pleasant way.

 

Almost makes me want to make one.

post #21956 of 43592
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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

Almost makes me want to make one.

someday you will.
post #21957 of 43592
i lol'ed on the inside overhearing the following at work.

office lady in break room talking to a guy says, "todays consultation will cost $400.00, but the most important thing is that you are happy in the end."
post #21958 of 43592
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


someday you will.

 

If I ever decide I want a kid I'm going to outsource it to you. You make it, raise it, whatever, just send me occasional progress reports and wallet sized photos.

post #21959 of 43592
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If I ever decide I want a kid I'm going to outsource it to you. You make it, raise it, whatever, just send me occasional progress reports and wallet sized photos.

thats gonna cost you BIG time.
post #21960 of 43592
Rocked presentation number 3 of this week. I looked smart.
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