It's not that I don't like cleaning Adam54's cock, it's that I don't like Adam54 having a clean cock.
Because you're Unforgiven Threeeeeee!
Well, at least the thread is starting off on the right foot.
I was going to say that all it needed was Jakester talking about having sex with kah, but then it occurred to me that such an addition wouldn't be very random (or even off topic, at this point).
Cock cleaning in Vietnam:
At least you can start threads. My "Create Topic" box is not working, and I'm just dying to start a thread about an upcoming manned mission to an asteroid.
You could try a different browser, maybe. Google Chrome has been working better for me than Firefox, lately.
Quasar wrote:Boobs.Anal douche.Star Wars.
Boobs.Anal douche.Star Wars.
Name three things Adam will never see?
Die Hard. My vag. Pride on your mother's face.
Shit, Kah. I just might love you.
This thread is a thing of fucking beauty!
kah wrote:Die Hard. My vag. Pride on your mother's face.
Harshest (but funniest) post of the week award goes to Kah. Coffee out of nose, all over keyboard.
Daltons chin dimple wrote:Harshest (but funniest) post of the week award goes to Kah. Coffee out of nose, all over keyboard.
It doesn't count if it isn't awarded in an award thread by the creator of said award thread.
The Swollen Goi... wrote:It doesn't count if it isn't awarded in an award thread by the creator of sad award thread.
It doesn't count if it isn't awarded in an award thread by the creator of sad award thread.
I'm not even going to write "fixed," since I am certain you wrote this ^^ hoping that I would quote and edit it as I just have.
Jack S. Pharaoh clearly deserves an award for the above post. I just need to figure out what that award should be.
I think I have it.
A high school classmate recently posted her answers to some waste-time-at-work meme. Most of the answers were forgettable, but one really stood out to me. The question was: "Do you turn off the water while you brush your teeth?" Her answer: "lol no."
The "lol" seemed, at first, odd and inappropriate. After attempting to put myself in the mindset of someone who had never left rural Alabama for more than two weeks, though, it occurred to me that she may never have been exposed to recycling. I don't mean this as a slight to rural Alabamans; they simply don't have much of a context for recycling.
I was in Germany from the age of three to the age of seven. The Germans were (and still are) pretty attentive recyclers. Recycling was simply expected of us if we were going to live off base (which we did for three-and-a-half of the four years we were there). I remember being surprised that there was no recycling whenever we would visit rural Alabama. To this day, there is practically no recycling there. Some people don't even behave town trash regulations, and still opt to burn their trash, despite it being illegal. (I think it's legal to burn leaves in Alabama [as long as it is done in the front yard], but not trash. My grandfather still bitches about having to seal up his trash pit some fifteen years ago.)
For a brief time, recycling soda cans became a fad in my home county. My grandparents would save their empty cans and drive them into the city three to four times a year, and they would make some money for doing this. The most they ever made was somewhere in the neighborhood of one hundred dollars for a truckload and an SUV load full of cans. It was a clear case of profit for my grandparents, and everybody was happy.
The asking price for aluminum (that's aluminium, Dalty) soon went down, and my grandparents (along with everyone else) started making about half what they had been making. They decided it wasn't "worth it" to recycle anymore.
When my grandfather told me they would no longer be recycling, I figured it was because he had come to the conclusion that the drive was too much of a trade-off. Sure, he had been doing his part by recycling cans, but he had also been making a twenty-four mile round trip using two vehicles, which was doing at least some damage to the environment. I figured he thought it was hard to tell, in this situation, which would be the more environmentally friendly thing to do. I, in my naivete, suggested to him that he let me make sure the cans were all thoroughly crushed. We could cut it down to one vehicle per trip, I said, and could worry a little less about harming the environment. That's when he told me the environment had nothing to do with it, and that he'd be damned if he'd waste three months saving cans just to make fifty dollars.
So, anyway, the DeKalb County can recycling fad died out pretty quickly.
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Back to my former classmate's "lol no" response:
I guess I can see where the idea of turning off the faucet while brushing teeth would be funny to a person who, if she thinks about recycling at all, probably thinks about it in terms of its potential financial benefit to her. (At the same time, though, isn't letting the water run costing her money?) At the same time, though, I'm made to wonder if she's ever even considered the idea of not running water while brushing her teeth.
What's the point of leaving the water on? I know you eventually have to turn it back on to wash your fluorided spit and food bits down the drain, but what purpose would running water serve while you are actually in the process of brushing? Does it help get a person "in the mood"? I don't know. I guess she's shaving a few seconds off of her busy schedule by not turning the water off. If that's the case, then that's the case.
I hope she's passing this time-honored time saving technique down to her kids.
All right. I clearly don't know her whole story. I don't know what she's been through in the years since high school. Maybe she didn't understand the question. Maybe she's late to the Internet, and thinks "lol" is just something you're supposed to work into as many sentences as possible.
I've made assumptions about her lifestyle, and now I feel like a jerk.
I used to run the water while I brushed until I saw it included in a list of suggestions on how to save water, or money on water, or something. I also ran the water while I was shaving. That too was on the list.
I never lol'd about it though.
I think the Rich Kid Shift to Mac Ownership is pretty official, at this point. In the computer lab where I work, PCs outnumber Macs more than 2 to 1 (39 to 16, if you want the exact number). The majority of the students in the lab are gravitating toward the Macs these days, however. At any given time in the morning hours (when I man the lab) there are usually almost two Mac users for every PC user.
Also, the printers on the Mac side usually run through more than twice as much paper (sometimes closer to three times as much). Are Mac users printing more because there are more Mac users, are they printing more because it works out somehow that their classes require them to do more printing, or do they just not have a much of a concept for the cost of printing?
Some factors that may be affecting the higher number of Mac users in the lab:
1.) The lighting is different. The lights on the Mac side are closer to being directly over the Macs. The lights on the PC side are a little offset, thanks to pipes and a vent making it pretty impossible to run lights directly over the PCs.
2.) The PCs are crammed together to save space, meaning that people may have to sit closer to one another than they'd like.
3.) The kids who are using the Macs on campus may not be Mac owners. It may just be that they are using Macs instead. There are a number of potential reasons for this. Among them: the lighting and spacing issues mentioned above, the desire to be seen using a Mac, the desire to test out a Mac to see if it's worth spending the extra money.
4.) Maybe Mac users are earlier risers.
5.) Most non-scholarship undergraduates who go to Washington University in St. Louis--a private school with a yearly $39,400 tuition--are the products of parents who can afford to buy their kids a Mac without it breaking the bank.
The situation could be different at state schools.
6.) Some lab employee has been seen counting the number of Mac users and comparing them to the number of PC users. A group of students who frequent in the morning got together and decided to fuck with said employee's findings.
Quasar wrote:6.) Some lab employee has been seen counting the number of Mac users and comparing them to the number of PC users. A group of students who frequent in the morning got together and decided to fuck with said employee's findings.
This has to be the award for the best addition to a numbered listing in a post. Nice job Quasar.
7.) The students using Macs could be attracted by the bigger screen size offered by the Macs in the computer lab.
That's exactly what atrejub said.
Kirk Cameron is a complete and utter moron.
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