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Things you just don't get

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by tiecollector, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. GQgeek

    GQgeek Senior member

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  2. Rambo

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    Seems I had the image fucked up. Here is the Pro-Life plate: [​IMG] Also, coming soon to a religious vehicle near me, the Jesus license plate: [​IMG] Welcome to Florida!
     
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    Roikins Senior member

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    Well, you just have to ruin the plates by getting "PEDOPHL" for the first plate and "JUDAS" for the second plate.
     
  4. Chet Steadman

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    Beer
    Buying a notebook computer but never moving it off your desk
    Cigarettes
    Coffee
    Extremely spicy food
    Fur haters that eat meat
    Homophobia
    Jonas Brothers
    Mustard
    Napping
    Not paying off your credit cards when you have a money in a savings account earning < 1% interest
    Pasta Salad
    Potato Salad
    Pets
    Racism
    Religion
    Soap Operas
    The concept of "saving money" buy purchasing something on sale that you wouldn't have purcased if it wasn't on sale
     
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    people who spend way too much time thinking or worrying about what other people are doing
     
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    people who spend way too much time thinking or worrying about what other people are doing

    +1...
     
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    meth.
    monster trucks.
    mma.
    college sports fanatics who've graduated.
    motorcycles.
    yard work.
    organic shit.
    parades.
    fishing/hunting.
    exotic pet-guy.
    sword collectors.
    camping out for things (i.e. PS3, tennis shoes, iphones, etc.)
    face tatoos.
    Chris angel.
    The sudden love for michael jackson.
    comics.
    mindless blockbuster movies.
    baseball on tv.
    attending the NFL draft.
    super heroes.
    McDonalds.
    peta.
    twilight.
    competitive eating.
    radiohead.
    anime.
    rollerblades.
    hybrid juice drinks.
     
  8. ZackyBoy

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    Unrivaled comfort. and for me: Religion Wearing Arabic inspired scarves while being white.. all year round. Wearing a toque in the summer White belts and shoes Crocs McDonalds Guidos Canadians who "support" Obama Clubs Earrings on a male
     
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    The difference between the &quot;z&quot; score and the &quot;t&quot; statistic.
     
  10. Flambeur

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    What's up with people always taking notes no matter what? How do you have a 10 minute business meeting and end up with 3 pages full of notes? What are these people writing down? I feel like sometimes a transcript would have been shorter.

    It depends. Sometimes you write down your own thoughts and directions to self. I can absolutely see this happening if you are in meetings all day long. Just to keep track.
     
  11. Egdon Heath

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    It depends. Sometimes you write down your own thoughts and directions to self. I can absolutely see this happening if you are in meetings all day long. Just to keep track.
    Nah, you're just slow.​
     
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    Radiohead
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    hot girls with no self esteem (especially at my age)
    PE teachers salary= Calculus teacher's salary
    Club Monaco
    love of Acqua di Gio cologne
    people who spend alot on their car and clothes but live in a shack.
    WNBA
    Twitter
    Twilight
    Every Disney based artist
    Which reminds me: Neo Version 7
    4chan
    Basically every forum besides this one
    Chinese character tattoos on people who don't know a lick of Chinese. Might as well tattoo "I make horrible decisions" in its place, same message.
    Most videogames
    uggs
    people who buy Sketchers

    Damn I have alot haha.
     
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    people who dont like radiohead
    sluts
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  14. A Fellow Linguist

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    Twitter.
    why people don't say please & thank you.
    how people continually confuse "your" and "you're".
    why some people don't use the subjunctive mood.
    AC(lightning bolt)DC fans.
    why Soulja Boy is popular.
     
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    sluts
    [​IMG] What could possibly be wrong with this?
     
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    - Steak houses
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    fat chics love of spandex and sleeveless tops
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    "Gays for a free Palestine"
    inconsistency as a default state
    people that preach tolerance, that shout down those that disagree with them


    To the OP, the note taking? I know a guy like that. I can't stand him, for several reasons, but what he does with his notes is attempt to change what happened at meetings. For instance, he'll attribute something said to a person, and the person didn't say that, nor was that even said. But he'll argue, "No, it's right here in my notes."
     
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    People who confuse the use of &quot;loose&quot; with &quot;lose&quot;
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    Pro Lifers who don't understand the social costs of a sea of unwanted children
    Vocoder effect
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    abstinence
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    Mad TV, actually most comedy shows
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    love of hummus
    people obsessed with celebrities
    Most people on this forum with less posts than me.
     
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