Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
I kind of just assume he's constantly in a bad mood.
i'm not a cry baby.
That sucks but I bet my martini headache from last night is worse.
Man, that's not the pB I've come to know over the years. There are some posters, like Liam for example, for whom my default is to assume they might be in a bad mood. But not pB. (Or Neo either.)
Dude, I like my original teeth! Can't I avoid at least one redneck stereotype?
I'm not old! I'm aged like a fine wine!
Seriously, though, it does make me feel old. I keep thinking that I'm only in my early 30s, and there shouldn't be anything wrong with me yet, but then I realize I'm finally to the age where things can start going wrong and maintenance is important. Plus, now I'm having a little freakout wondering if it's actually a big deal.
Not a bad mood, but I am constantly anxious.
Not you, you fuzzy little meat muffin.
But worth it, right?
I am just such a fun loving guy.
I have learned that lesson myself, not from theory but from experience.
The lesson from this morning's martini headache: do not check work email after 7pm. It might encourage over consumption.
Is this the same dentist you've been using? After a time away from dental maintenance I wandered into a local chain dentist shop and they said I was '4s all around and then started talking about financing and when can we schedule you and we have to do this expensive gum-scraping before we clean or do x-rays - and I pulled off the apron and walked out.
Mind you, while I was in the chair, waiting, I overheard heard this slick business manager talking about upselling customers to XXX treatment plan, so I already had one foot out the door.
Same here. I offended a gay man and a bunch of fag-hags (is there a better noun for them?) when I used the word twink properly in a sentence. Apparently I am not allowed to use it if I am not gay.
is this your way of calling me a fur burger?
I was unaware of that rule. When I learned my lesson, it wasn't from poking them with words, though.
Hadn't thought of it that way... but yes, maybe.
Were they hard words?
Separate names with a comma.