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things that are making you happy

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by globetrotter, Feb 14, 2008.

  1. L'Incandescent

    L'Incandescent Well-Known Member

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    Guys are always trying to get into my account, but I don't let them.
     
  2. MrG

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    Well done, BP!


    Glad to hear you're collaborating with multiple stakeholders to facilitate entry into new markets while concurrently leveraging new opportunities to create equity gains.
     
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  3. ethanm

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    Stakeholders is such a fucking annoying word.
     
  4. GreenFrog

    GreenFrog Well-Known Member

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    Now now, brah, no need to spin your wheels to come up with tired bidness lingo. Why don't you kick the tires on that front for a bit and I'll circle back with you to touch base. But let's take this offline, so let me know when you have additional bandwidth.

    Also, it's all about dat low hanging fruit. None of that other shit don't count.
     
  5. acidboy

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    ^ good job gf, and big pun.

    acidwife got an endoscopy last week and they found and removed a couple of polyps.... biopsy says they're clear.

    I just wish the doctor didn't ask me to come inside to show me the procedure
    also saw what hemorrhoids look like from the inside- I DID NOT WANT TO SEE THAT
     
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  6. Thomas

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    PICS OR...well, I'll take your word for it. Glad to hear the news.

    Well done, gf.
     
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  7. lasbar

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    You must have refused to watch that..

    That will put you off from certain sexual practices for years to come..
     
  8. patrickBOOTH

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    I remember when I was a child my aunt had hemorrhoids so bad that she had to get them surgically removed. I remember going to her house because she called my mother up to run errands for her because she literally couldn't move. She was just laying on her stomach on the bed. My mom said they looked like a bag of grapes hanging out of her asshole. That image has been burned into my brain forever. I hope it yours too.
     
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  9. lasbar

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    Is that a family tradition to lay down on your stomach with your ass hole on public display???
     
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    The poor lady had no choice. She was in agony. After the surgery she said she couldn't believe how much gauze they packed into her asshole. We were laughing about it.
     
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    They're very painful to be fair...

    Luckily, she had a great sense of humour to match her predicament..
     
  12. patrickBOOTH

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    I had a bad case of them once when I was working as a landscaper during summer break from college. It was really lousy.
     
  13. L'Incandescent

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    I've cut my coffee consumption roughly in half. I was consuming way too much.
     
  14. patrickBOOTH

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    I love you half as much now.
     
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  15. L'Incandescent

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    That is still quite a lot, though.

    Today I am wearing socks with pictures of roses on them, but also I am wearing a fragrance that is of roses, to where I've got a theme going on!
     
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  16. patrickBOOTH

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    You said brief things, your love's a pony, my love's subliminal.
     
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  17. zarathustra

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    What is cutting coffee consumption in half? A man with the work ethic you have, needs the cawfee.

    I have been able to reduce my intake to generally 6 - 8 shots of espresso before noon. Today I had to add a red bull to the 8 shots, as my sugar levels were too low this morning on account of the feast I had last night. Generally at most, I will only have one more cawfee for the rest of the day.





    Where does one find socks with roses on them? I decided against socks today on account of my more casual attire (chinos, button-down, bow tie and blazer)
     
  18. ethanm

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    How did the transdermal consumption of coffee work out for you yesterday?
     
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    It wasn't as effective as I had hoped. I wonder if the caffeine is not as effective when consumed in such a manner? I have inquired with my cawfee artist (the cute barista) whether a safe IV drip system could be developed to keep the caffeine levels more consistent. She is inquiring up the chain of command, but it doesn't look promising. Luckily, my shirt was spared so I was able to attend a small affair aboard a friend's yacht for dinner and sunset/evening cruise around Manhattan.
     
  20. ethanm

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    Boats with motors are lame :\ but you should encourage that friend to take you out June 1st to see the NY to Barcelona race start. I am super pumped for that.
     
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