Discussion in 'General Chat' started by tiecollector, Jul 3, 2009.
Why does she want to wait a year anyway?
How old is she?
Let me tell ya a story of my situation. I was talking to this girl from the US nation.
The way I met her was on tour at a concert. She had long hair and a short miniskirt. I just got onstage, drippin pourin with sweat. I was walkin thru the crowd and guess who I met?
Something I've only ever seen in US hotels. Why do they always seem to put prices on everything in hotel rooms? Even a special Lodgenet hotel only TV remote, had "$30" moulded into the plastic, as well as a trouser press which was firmly fixed to the wall. Made it seem like everything in the room was part of the minibar, along with the beer, wine and condoms.
I whispered in her ear "come to the picture booth, so I can ask you a couple of questions and see if you're a hundred proof."
I asked her her name, she said blah blah blah. She had 9/10 pants and a very big bra. I took a couple of flicks and she was enthused. I said "How did you like the show?" She said she was very amused.
I've never seen that in the US. Never seen a hotel room with condoms for that matter.
And a trouser press? I don't think I remember ever seeing one in a hotel room.
I don't get people who drive fast and dangerous in indoor parking structures.... even when its crowded with people, shopping carts, other cars.
So how was your meeting with jv?
i loled at the lasbar and jackie exchange
I don't get wax museums...
They add price tags to things they'd prefer guests not take home with them (towels, sheets, etc.). Minus minibar items of course. So it's meant to act as a reminder to guests that they'd be charge for them if the items go missing.
I'm with you on this one..and people who take their pictures with the wax celebrities; as if it's almost just as good as getting your picture taken with the actual person.
Just watched Un Chien Andalou... I really liked the cuts of the jackets but I'm having a hard time understanding how I'd explain that look to a tailor.
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