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things that are making you happy

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

  1. ethanm

    ethanm Senior member

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    Luther is pretty good too.
     
  2. Piobaire

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    Luther quickly became in need of true suspension of disbelief though. Interesting show but not one that should be mistaken for a reality type cop show.
     
  3. ethanm

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    I agree with that. I enjoy it for its dark sillyness.
     
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  4. Harold falcon

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    I don't know what you guys are on about, Luther is a documentary (rockumentary) filmed in real time.
     
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  5. Thomas

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    kind of like Cop Rock?
     
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    today, post-exam: scotch and cigars with the Mrs.
     
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    How's the good ole prostate holdin' up Thomas?!
     
  8. Thomas

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    They say that time heals all wounds, but really it's passing scores (CPA license) and better marketability that does the trick. It's just mere coincidence that these things take time.
     
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  9. HRoi

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    Time may heal all wounds, but surprisingly, not STD's
     
  10. lawyerdad

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    Oh, sure. NOW you tell me.
     
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    If I let my syphilkis get really bad can you fix my brain?
     
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    He's never even seen Breaking Bad. I nearly cried when he told me that.
     
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    Ordered a red eye on the way to work, and the impatient lady behind me ordered a caramel brûlée latte w/ an extra pump of syrup, then grabbed my drink when it came up because she was on her phone talking loudly and not paying attention. She jumped in her car and took off before having her first sip, but I feel pretty confident she was not going to enjoy it. And I just had them remake my red eye.
     
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  15. lefty

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    Sitting on the deck of a Nicaraguan jungle treetop house, drinking a chocolatey coffee, smoking the first Hoyo de Nicaragua of the day and listening to Howler Monkeys.

    Good day to be me.

    lefty
     
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  16. zarathustra

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    Me either.:uhoh:


    I am not sure if that is good or bad. The Rams have really never been the same since they were the greatest show on turf.



    The only thing that is worse are the people who stand there, listen, and still have to paw at every drink as if they lacked opposable thumbs...., looking to see if it is theirs (it is almost always a woman). I can't understand how Manesh's Grande Four Shot Americano could be confused with your Half Caf Skinny peppermint mocha with two pumps of vanilla.


    Way to make us all jealous. Wind chill was 5 degrees when I left for work this morning.
     
  17. HRoi

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    I can never say these silly Starbucks drink names with a straight face
     
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    Here's your caramel, vanilla, pumpkin-nog, bunny-cute, spirit-sparkle, cuddle-latte, vagaccino, sir. We even added a spritz of coffee for a little pep! Enjoy!
     
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  19. HRoi

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    And sir, here's your black Americano triple-shot with extra cream. It's very frothy so try not to gag when you take it all...relaxing the back of your throat will help.
     
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    The coffee shop overseas used to make this drink that was 4 shots of espresso in a 20 oz cup topped off with coffee. That's a real man's coffee. I forget what it was called though.

    EDIT: It was called the MOAC: mother of all coffee.
     
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