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Things That Are Bothering You, Got You All Hibbeldy-Jibbeldy, or just downright pissed, RIGHT NOW!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. Piobaire

    Piobaire Well-Known Member

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    BJ time!
     
  2. LawrenceMD

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    Mall Rats reference!
     
  3. acidboy

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    its best to warn him that salad tossing ain't part of the programme for tonight.


    ugh. this made me look it up and realize this movie's 18 years old.

    +++++

    my wife doesn't like going to dinners and whatnots with my family's side
    and I don't blame her, because my family is a cesspool of dysfunctionality but at least they stab each other in the back and their passive aggressiveness doesn't allow them to confront each other, let alone iron out their differences hence these social gatherings do not end up in awkwardly. anyways, my role in the family is the laid back guy who just shows up and smiles at everyone and so afaik no one has issues with me.
    I was invited to this dinner event this week along with the wife and kids, and the wife is making a big deal out of it and is raising a mini-tantrum about going. told her that I'm asking her to go with me and I usually do not ask her to do this and she said that yes I did around 2 years ago.. 2 fucking years ago!.... meanwhile if its her side of the family she expects me to show up and if I have other engagements she expects me to break them for her family filled with vapid, vain, self-centered new moneys.
    this is why I sometimes envy you guys in 'murkah... where its easier to just up and leave and move cities... out here where work revolves around the capital we tend to stay here until I earn enough money to buy me a house by the sea
     
  4. L'Incandescent

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    Freud said that the there is no time for the unconscious; everything is co-present. But I think that describes the consciousness of many women too. Two years ago might as well have been yesterday.
     
  5. indesertum

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    Married life doesn't sound so fun
     
  6. L'Incandescent

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    A note to some people I know IRL (who do not read SF and so I am a coward for putting it here but whatever): No, I am not going to get on my knees and give thanks for all the hard work you put in, when in fact I do a hell of a lot more hard work. F*ck off and stop bitching to me, because I am tired of hearing it.
     
  7. GreenFrog

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    A lot of people suck -- a fact I'm coming to terms with more and more, everyday.

    Guess I'm turning into a misanthrope :(.
     
  8. L'Incandescent

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    I was in a really shitty mood when I wrote that. I would recommend that you try to resist the urge to turn into a misanthrope.
     
  9. munchausen

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    I agree. Having a penis and a vagina might sound cool in theory but it would probably be trouble in real life.
     
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  10. LawrenceMD

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    when we lived in brooklyn my wife actually had cousins who lived nearby. we'd visit them once in a while and it was always so much fun, good food, fun stuff (like family softball with team t-shirts and everything where we'd play a rival peurto rican/indian/mexican family also having a party), and it would be centered usually a viewing of a boxing PPV (of course mostly manny pacquiao fights).

    the thing is these cousins back in the old country are semi feuding with my wife's siblings over land/money/gossip (the usual fucking shit). and eventually she stopped wanting to go.

    my logic is its better if we go because its a good time and well what happens in the old country is their fucking business. but now I'm barred from even communicating with them, which sucks because we are actually all pretty good friends.

    which brings me to today... I'm free tonight and am itching to watch the Canelo vs Mayweather fight with those cousins (who are naturally having a big party and will be having the whole block over to watch. but its impossible due to stupid family drama.
     
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  11. Claghorn

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    I can't find brown wool pants that I like. I don't want to bother (and pay for) having them made. Howard Yount is sold out.

    On the weird side, the dry cleaner dropped off our clothes. The owner delivered personally; I suspect she wanted to see what an interracial household looks like. She definitely spent more time in our entryway than necessary.
     
  12. Zachgranstrom

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    I think I might be the only 22 year old with the digestive system of an old man. :fu:
     
  13. ethanm

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    It is going to be a boring fight anyway. Mayweather will dodge Canelo for a few rounds until Canelo gets tired and then it is over.
     
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    No.
     
  15. ethanm

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    I like how you posted a detailed explanation of why you think Canelo has a chance.
     
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    Also from Freddie Roach, "but does he have a chance at beating Mayweather? I don't think so."

    The only person in boxing who thinks Canelo will win is De La Hoya and he has probably been drunk and high on cocaine for the last month.
     
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  17. edinatlanta

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    Doesn't have a chance =! boring fight, don't think it'll play out like you think it will and as Pacquiao showed, you can be on the wrong end of one punch and lose.
     
  18. L'Incandescent

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    I wish there was some way I could cheer against both Texas A&M and Alabama, but when I end up cheering against one, it turns out I'm involuntarily cheering for the other.
     
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  19. CalTex

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    You watch egghand...
     
  20. ethanm

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    I meant that it will be a boring faced based on most people wanting to see a KO or TKO. Sure, Pacquiao got caught but he was never anywhere near the type of defensive boxer that Mayweather is. I think that Augustus and Cotto are the only fighters to have ever cut Mayweather.
     

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