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post #5601 of 5954
Don't worry, he's been manning the taquito fryer, so there will be plenty of burn holes in them sweat pants. And by the smell of things, he skipped the Brut and went with English Leather. Classic move.
post #5602 of 5954
Jovan Sex Appeal. Works every time. Heh heh.
post #5603 of 5954
I just filed my taxes and I'm gonna get a pretty good return. Today's a pretty good day.
post #5604 of 5954
Give me money.
post #5605 of 5954
No.
post #5606 of 5954
Why?
post #5607 of 5954
Sorry, I'm blowing it on an iPod.

It's kinda hard to strip tease for the soccer moms without any music.
post #5608 of 5954
Booooo. IPods are over-priced.
post #5609 of 5954
I was going to blow my refund on a Mini Mac, but now I'm second guessing it.


Because, I found this really kickass Sony VAIO. Does anyone know anything about either computer?
post #5610 of 5954
I would get a mac before a VAIO anyday of the week. Had to work on a VAIO at school, and it seemed to give me nothing but problems. Granted, this was three years ago. Things could have changed.

Yes, the iPods are overpriced, but it's a good way to not have to listen to the sports anchors at work.
post #5611 of 5954
The Creative Labs 40GB Zen Xtra jukebox is also a good way to do that, for about $100 less than the iPod. I like mine a lot.

Read about it HERE.
post #5612 of 5954
Thanks for the link, Billz!

Anything that makes it less painful when I have to listen to Greg Carroll.......
This man still uses "psyche!" like it is cool or something.
post #5613 of 5954
[QUOTE=Social]I would get a mac before a VAIO anyday of the week. [QUOTE]
Elitist...

;-)
post #5614 of 5954
I would get a Big Mac before I would get a Vaio.
post #5615 of 5954
Quote:
Originally Posted by Momotaro
Quote:
Originally Posted by Social
I would get a mac before a VAIO anyday of the week.
Elitist...

;-)
Yea, well don't ask me what kind of computer I actually use....
post #5616 of 5954
Quote:
Originally Posted by Momotaro
Quote:
Originally Posted by Social
I would get a mac before a VAIO anyday of the week.
Elitist...

;-)
And who was caught admiring the power of the new Macs last week?
post #5617 of 5954
Anyone around tonight?
post #5618 of 5954
Thread Starter 
No. Momotaro's out with Jason Vorhees doing the "Great Culling of '05 while Ego's taking over the Whitehouse. Couple of the guys are knocking over the taco stand with Twizzlers and Big Macs while the girls are riding scooters down main street while I sit here and prepare foer the end of the world.

It's just you and me. Although the Taco Stand takover could use some backup.
post #5619 of 5954
Well then, lets get on that shit!

How have you been, Seahawk?
post #5620 of 5954
Thread Starter 
Working full time at MCI and knowing Verizon is gonna buy us out and praying I don't get layed off as a result and also going to night school three nights a week on mondays, tuesday and thursdays.

So I'm tired by Friday afternoon. I come home and crash into my bed and nap for a Looooong time.

Otherwise good. Doing a lotta writing creativley on my site and having fun with it. I've missed chud, especuially late night here. It's good to have this as a nice place to hang and talk.

How has life been for you?
post #5621 of 5954
Missed three days of work because of being sick. Even right now I still don't feel well, but dang, I don't want to miss four days in a row.
post #5622 of 5954
Well, I'm back on my favorite schedule of all times...midnights. Thankfully I don't have to go to school any more--I finished the end of last semester. Have the diploma in my posession!

I spent Wednesday afternoon in the ER with Dakota (turns out he has an ear infection in both ears and broncihitis--yes that is mispelled) only to turn around and go into work that night. That made for a long day. Sick kids are no fun, and I don't blame them.

Other than that, things have been pretty good.

And Taro, I hope you fell better. Sick boys of any age are no fun.
post #5623 of 5954
Thanks Social sorry to hear about your boy. I went to the doctor Friday afternoon and he checked my ears, nose and throat. Besides everything being red, he said my left eardrum was so thin, from being pushed out and filled with fluid that he would see through it. Very red and infected. Friday morning I woke up with a ringing in my ear and it 'stopped up', right now, it being 1:25 on Sunday morning I still have that feeling that it's going to pop any minute. The doctor didn't give me any ear drops, just a antibiotic that I am hoping will kick in soon.
post #5624 of 5954
That sucks, because those antibiotics can take 2-3 days to kick in.
post #5625 of 5954
Damn, no wonder I'm still hurting. For some reason I was hoping to go to sleep yesterday and wake up this morning better. My ear is killing me, I wish I had gotten some drops for it.
post #5626 of 5954
Yea, that sucks.

You know what else sucks? The fact that I'm getting Dakota's cold....again!

*COUGH!!!* *COUGH!!!*

Happy Valentine's Day everyone.
post #5627 of 5954
Hey, just stopping in to say hi to all my peeps. I too am sick. And bored at school.

Hope everyone is doing okay. I too dropped tax refund cash on an ipod, but got the student discount so it wasn't too bad. It's nice to be able to sit in the computer lab on campus while I dick around/do research and be able to hear whatever of my 2057 songs I want. That much is cool.

School is hard. I lack motivation, an old and frequent problem of mine.

Had the first great Valentines' Day in recent memory, though it started out with me hitting a parked car that was parked DIRECTLY in the path of my driveway! These fuckers have empty driveways, yet they park their out-of-state-plated-vehicles in the road, usually in the path of someone's driveway. It was only a matter of time. But the rest of the day was nice. She cooked dinner for me...how awesome is that?!!
post #5628 of 5954
Yo Swykk, where the hell ya been? Just keep at the school thing, boring or not. It will end well someday.

Sucks about the parked car accident, but you do know that parked cars won't move out of the way when you are driving towards them, right?

Get in here and post a little more often. You are about to lose your employee's discount.
post #5629 of 5954
Yea, those people who live across the street from you are dumb-fucks. I almost hit their car about three times a week....

And parked cars should move out of the way before you back into them. Just my personal opinion. So how is everyone tonight?
post #5630 of 5954
Quote:
Originally Posted by Swykk
She cooked dinner for me...how awesome is that?!!
Don't expect that for another year or so.
post #5631 of 5954
I think you need to cook for your man. Being a good cook is a highly attractive trait in a person. It shouldn't just be reserved for special occasions.
post #5632 of 5954
Hey, I've gotten away with not cooking for about 2 years. Why start now? Anyway, Dave's a better cook than I am.

However, I make the best damn cookies.
post #5633 of 5954
If you've got the best cookies, prove it. Bring a batch to the next employee meeting!

My FUCKING ear is still full of pressure. Today (Thursday) will be seven days that I've had this pressure inside my head. It is starting to worry me. What if my hearing will perminently be messed up because of this?
post #5634 of 5954
You name it, I'll bake it.
post #5635 of 5954
Corn-beef hash raisin olive cookies. Go for it.
post #5636 of 5954
As you wish....
post #5637 of 5954
No, really make them for Swykk. He'll think it's his birthday or something.
post #5638 of 5954
Quote:
Originally Posted by billz├Žbub
I think you need to cook for your man. Being a good cook is a highly attractive trait in a person. It shouldn't just be reserved for special occasions.

Knowledge is power!
post #5639 of 5954
Swykk, you would be proud. Tonight on Good Eats, AB devoted an entire show to tofu, both firm and silken, and I've considered reconsidering my stance on it. He made sauted tofu, a chocolate tofu pie that was actually good for you, a tofu ceaser salad dressing and a frosted shake. All looked very good. I'll never go meat-less, but I might suppliment my diet with the soy-product.
post #5640 of 5954
Strawberry Shortcake Tofutti bars are great. It's like eating really cold flavored marshmallow cream.
post #5641 of 5954
Quote:
Originally Posted by Momotaro
Swykk, you would be proud. Tonight on Good Eats, AB devoted an entire show to tofu, both firm and silken, and I've considered reconsidering my stance on it. He made sauted tofu, a chocolate tofu pie that was actually good for you, a tofu ceaser salad dressing and a frosted shake. All looked very good. I'll never go meat-less, but I might suppliment my diet with the soy-product.

On Swykk's behalf, that kicks ass!
post #5642 of 5954
Billz, I just don't know if I could bring myself to ordering something with the term "tofutti'. I would feel so unmasculine. As apposed to the other times I feel unmasculine.
post #5643 of 5954
Nah, you can secretly buy Tofutti in your local grocery store and enjoy it in the privacy of your own home. I would be horrified to say the word "tofutti" out loud to anyone also.
post #5644 of 5954
You boys and your need to be manly. I will never get it....
post #5645 of 5954
It goes with the testicles...
post #5646 of 5954
...and the hair gel.
post #5647 of 5954
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kid Ego
...and the hair gel.
So how does that work if the guy is balding?
post #5648 of 5954
Sometimes the hair gel helps, sometimes it makes it worse. I try to pretend I'm not losing my hair. In a few years it won't be so easy to do.
post #5649 of 5954
I've started growing my back hair long so I can get a good comb-over going when I reach 40.
post #5650 of 5954
When you reach 40 that look might just be in.
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