Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
Did you punch him in the face?
The bathroom on my floor at work has 3 stalls. Constantly there are times when I enter and there is only one person (has to be the same guy every time) dropping a disgusting dump in the middle. How does his moron not know the "every other" rule and that his middle stall occupation is breaking that rule? Ugh.
What do you mean sometimes? I'm always a moron.
It is chilled so sugar can't dissolve. duh.
step 1. kick down door.
step 2. staple a paper with the "every other" rule on it to his face
you said it, not me.
Well firstly cold tea is for gayrods 2ndly you just stir an extra few times and the sugar disolves.
You aren't from these parts, are you? Bless your heart.
No. No. No. NO.
Sugar added after the tea cools results in sweetened tea, not sweet tea. The sugar has to be added while the tea is hot so that supersaturation can occur. Otherwise, it's not possible to get enough sugar in the mix.
Maybe his thinking is that by taking up the middle stall he will be able to creep everybody else away from using one the empty stalls and he'll be alone in the use of the stalls.
Could be that he's brilliant.
Moot point, cold tea is for gayrods.
I only hated Ed once, ever. And it was for like a week and then I got over it. It was because of this:
This belongs in my "What's the deal with this guy in the bathroom?" thread.
Yes, because grown men sitting around, pinky in the air, sipping tea from a cup and saucer is much more manly than drinking a beverage that was originally invented by guys who spent their lives in the fields engaging in back-breaking labor.
Good point. It certainly deterred me from wanting to drop a deuce next to him and go up to the next floor.
God damn, people are so weird with public bathrooms, if it has a door, TP and a working toilet, I'm using it to take a shit.
I routinely use the middle stall out of three if the other two are occupied. I have no issues with other people crapping, we all do it.
So you know nothing about tea. OK.
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