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. L'Incandescent

    L'Incandescent Senior member

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    I had some tea this morning instead. It's no substitute for coffee, but it was okay at least.
     
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    Why do customer service centers play crappy music while callers are on hold? Yes, thank you, now I get both the benefit of hearing Life is a Highway over tinny speakers and I can't set the phone down and listen for a voice when a rep picks up.
     
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    HOTEL CALIFORNIAAAAAAAAAAA
     
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    One must also appreciate the periodic toggle back to the recorded voice informing you that your call is valued and no one has time to talk to you right now. It keeps you on your toes, hearing that apparently human voice every couple minutes. Wouldn't want to actually know if your call got through when you finally hear a voice or anything.
     
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    would mixing milk/cream into the tea create heavenly explosions?
     
  6. L'Incandescent

    L'Incandescent Senior member

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    Hmm, I've never tried doing that. As a man with a scientific cast of mind, I now feel compelled to try the experiment. But also as a man with a scientific cast of mind, who can reason inductively from past experiences, I suspect that one possible answer to the question is more likely than the others.

    Thanks for putting the idea in my mind!
     
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    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    pics of fit, and deets on groin situation. thnx.
     
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    if it were worth posting I would have done so.

    And, it hurts. there's your deets. Guess I'm wearing a girdle for tomorrow's track workout. Should I post fit pics of that as well?
     
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    [Thomas holds up his cell phone]
     
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    I'm happy I made you mind hot for experiment... which hypothetically will lead to the trots... so in effect I've made you hot to trot?
     
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    Sitting in the company sales awards...all three of the field SEs get 'top performer' awards, I'm the only middle market SE and I don't even rate their stupid "You Rock" award? Fuck them.
     
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    This must make for an interesting spectacle while running hurdles
     
  14. L'Incandescent

    L'Incandescent Senior member

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    Okay, it's time to bring a perspective of honesty to the forum (Style Forum). I think one of the following must be true of women. (I mean women in general, not every individual woman.)

    A. When they are walking, they are unaware of their trajectories, and more specifically, of the meeting point of their trajectories and others'.
    B. They are aware of their trajectories, but are unable to adjust them in response to circumstances (collision).
    C. They are aware of their trajectories and are able to adjust, but don't care ("don't give a rip").

    B seems like the least plausible. I sometimes think A and I sometimes think C.
     
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    100% A. Women have no idea where they are going. Unless they are guided by men they would fall down open elevator shafts. They are so clueless about direction it's like they have an internal compass that is located directly on top of magnetic North.
     

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