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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by tiecollector, Jul 3, 2009.
that is indeed very interesting. You're exceptionally white (not in skin color, but everywhere else)
Not a problem.
oh, I wasn't making a penis joke either.
I have a small one
People who use the handicap door open thing when they can both use the door and are not handicap. It takes longer for the door to open, slows down the flow of foot traffic and makes you look like a fat lazy dolt.
I think I have made this same post at least three or four times. I never get used to seeing that happen. I work at a university, and so most of the people I see doing that are 18-22 years old and in the physical primes of their lives.
Along this line I've never understood young healthy people that take the elevator to the second or third floor when the stairs are right there. Even with my creaky old knees I won't use the elevator for less the three floors.
Interesting correlation: you three are all successful chaps. You are also not lazy. I wonder if this has ever been pointed out. brb nobel prize
Why the mouse doesn't move the little arrow round the screen.
Plug the USB in you fucking dummy.
don't be silly. azns name their kids after american presidents.... washington, jefferson, jackson, lincoln, kennedy....
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also I know some who names their kid "richmond", "richard"... because it has the word "rich" in them. my wife's fucking asshole cousins were named "richmond" and "richie" for that reason... and "richmond" named his fucking kid "richwin" for chrissake!
I have a friend named Zachary Taylor. He's not Asian though.
are you sure?
Especially elevators that are reliably slow. Yeah, you could wait 2 minutes to go up one floor, or you could use the door right next to the elevator bank and be up or down in 20 seconds.
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