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Friday, August 1, 2008 9:41 AM

SPACEANJL


I'm not allowed coffee. *sulks*

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Friday, August 1, 2008 9:46 AM

MSB


Why aren't you allowed coffee??

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Friday, August 1, 2008 9:54 AM

SPACEANJL


Because it makes the world all bright and shiny and all the little voices come at once and I talk very fast and I don't pause for breath and my eyes go all wide and scary and bright and apparently I rock a bit and giggle...

*sigh* I miss my mint mocha lattes...

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Friday, August 1, 2008 9:58 AM

MSB


OK well I still don't get why you can't have one... 'cause that doesn't sound too bad...gigglesnort

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Friday, August 1, 2008 10:07 AM

SPACEANJL


The world is a cruel and unfair place.

On the plus side - I still get proper chocolate fudge milkshakes. (Homemade fudge sauce, serious vanilla ice cream and melted chocolate of the 70% + type...) Smoothie makers can be used for healthful purposes, too, apparently.

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Friday, August 1, 2008 10:18 AM

MSB


I have heard this... I've not seen evidence of it ( mine makes margaritas for the most part)



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Friday, August 1, 2008 10:21 AM

FREELANCERTEX


barkeep, something to escape the totally fucked-up and surreal end to my day >< *is still geekin out*


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Friday, August 1, 2008 10:22 AM

MSB


What happened FLT?? ( oh and check the imponderables for my post/announcement)

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Friday, August 1, 2008 10:45 AM

AIKO


*starts licking up the spilled coffee* The counters HAVE been scrubbed, right?

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Friday, August 1, 2008 10:49 AM

FREELANCERTEX


MSB: oh, not much, just ranted to 2 of my friends about it. basically i don't know if my commander thinks i'm okay or a total dirtbag, cuz today we were 'talking' (a few sentences, nothing more) and he asked me a question, and i answered it, and then i asked him a question as he was walkin away, and he didnt even turn around when he answered me. i just..dont know what to think about what he thinks of me as a person. cuz, i totally dont think i was being disrespectful. if i was, i didn't know it. i mean i'd expect him to address the issue if i was, not just leave me thinking i'd just done something horrible.

now i'm gonna be paranoid all weekend (i have drill) @_@


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Friday, August 1, 2008 11:00 AM

MSB


oh HUGS sweety I am sure he didn't mean anything by it. Maybe he was lost in thought or just didn't hear you...

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Friday, August 1, 2008 11:14 AM

FREELANCERTEX


well no he wasnt rly lost in thought, cuz he answered my question :-P he just didnt look at me or stop when he answered it :-P

*hugs back* im hopin he didnt mean anything by it, cuz its drivin me nuts :-P


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Saturday, August 2, 2008 4:33 AM

EMMARIGBY


Hey guys, not been in here for ages! I've missed you all. Just been driving round the country enjoying my holiday.

Hey! I missed Tristan! Wow, it would have been so cool to say hi to the great one!

So I guess the majority of you are either still away at, or recovering from, Comic-con.

*Sulks* I sooo nearly bit the bullet and caught a plane out there but, what with new flat, I could not afford it this year.

I therefore needs me some vicarious gossip. Tell me the hot new news then peeps (I already know one tid-bit, don't I MsB! )

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Saturday, August 2, 2008 12:35 PM

FREELANCERTEX


news..hm..well, i shot expert at the range today XD *buys rounds for everyone* not much news this side of the Verse


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Saturday, August 2, 2008 1:31 PM

AIKO


A cure for insanity, por favor, my father is insane.

He arbitrarily decided today was mowing day- when it's 100 degrees and 45% humidity. We have a mini-field to the left of our *yard*, and for some odd reason Dad always mows that first. We had also been letting the middle-ish section of grass to grow, because we have a neighbor who wanted to put a couple ponys out there. And then he took them off, so Dad wanted to mow the entire field. Between the two of us, we got all the shorter parts that had been mowed before all mowed.... and then the riding lawn mower broke. So Dad lost his mind and started mowing that section with the push-mower. This grass is/was knee-high!! >_<

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Saturday, August 2, 2008 2:39 PM

FREELANCERTEX


Oh dear, that brings back memories.

>< we used to have a mini field next to our yard (there is now a house there) and dad used to mow it with the push mower like every other week.

well there were two trees in this small patch of land, and my dad's pretty tall, so the lower branches fall a lil below head height (dont get ahead of me here)

He decides to mow the grass..in the dark. Now its not night yet, but the sun is setting so its kinda dim out and hard to see, and my dad's pretty much legally blind without contacts or glasses (he was wearing contacts at this point) anyway, apparently he didnt see one of the branches.

needless to say, mom and i were in the kitchen talking, and all of a sudden dad walks in bleeding out his skull.

so i know where you're comin from with the whole mowing a field -- and mowing a field with a push mower @_@ I dont know why men--fathers in this case--do the odd and frequently illogical things they do. >< wish i could help, but dad's insane as well. much luck with finding a cure though. lemme know if u find one ><


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Saturday, August 2, 2008 4:55 PM

AIKO


Well, I asked mom why Dad wanted that field mowed so ad at one point (not real recent, a couple weeks ago), and she said it was about him growing up in the city(s), where land is scarce, so having that field makes him feel really rich- except just HAVING it right next to the yard, with no fence or anything, isn't enough, it has to be mowed in order to be a *yard*. Which sucks because it's a waste of money and time, and he'll often make me mow that field, and he'll always mow the damn field FIRST, instead of making sure we don't have to wade through grass just walking outside to go get the mail or something. >_<

Anyone else got a cure for insanity?

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Saturday, August 2, 2008 5:37 PM

FREELANCERTEX


><; well at least she had an answer that makes sense. the only explanation i can offer for my dad is "ugh, it's dad." even my mom couldnt explain it to me :-P still dont see why he *has* to mow the field though..i mean, its still yours, whether u mow it or not, and mowing it first doesnt serve much of a purpose if your own lawn is being overgrown :-P i dunno, its a ponder.


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Saturday, August 2, 2008 11:37 PM

EMMARIGBY


I also have a stubborn to the point of insanity dad. And he's getting to old for the manic and dangerous DIY projects he insists on completing.

Does anyone have a way of changing the mind, or diverting, a stubborn fool before they kill themselves (from such things as the night mowing mentioned above, or climbing ladders to fix rooves just before a storm like mine...etc!)

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Sunday, August 3, 2008 12:02 AM

GEE


erm, Golf?

hey all,

maths to do, but thought I'd say hey as I was dragged out of the office for two days back end last week and only stopped rushing round this morning!

Done and hour and a half unpaid overtime last two days in the evening and went up to Manchester yesterday so other half could watch her football team.

Anyway, must get on,

good to see you Ems and good luck to all those with crazy/stubborn dads

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Sunday, August 3, 2008 8:20 AM

MSB


HUGS all

HUGS Em... oh you know several tidbits..

Ok seriously what is this labor I hear of...just kidding:)

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Sunday, August 3, 2008 9:02 AM

EMMARIGBY


Quote:

Originally posted by MSB:
HUGS all

HUGS Em... oh you know several tidbits..



Not enough! I should like a daily update on the Luuurve Journal please!

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Ok seriously what is this labor I hear of...just kidding:)



Apparently it's what dads get up to and I avoid like the plague!

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Sunday, August 3, 2008 11:21 AM

FREELANCERTEX


Quote:

Originally posted by EmmaRigby: Does anyone have a way of changing the mind, or diverting, a stubborn fool before they kill themselves (from such things as the night mowing mentioned above, or climbing ladders to fix rooves just before a storm like mine...etc!)

um...straightjacket? lobotomy? denial of all decision-making privileges? :-P


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Sunday, August 3, 2008 4:17 PM

AIKO


Distract him with a flamethrower! Dads LOVE those (or at least mine does.... and so do I ^_^)

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Sunday, August 3, 2008 4:57 PM

FREELANCERTEX


LOL XD that'll just give him one MORE thing to get himeslf into trouble with.


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Monday, August 4, 2008 1:20 AM

EMMARIGBY


Sadly mine already regularly plays with a chainsaw, a welding torch and a tractor. My mother and I live in dread of him stumbling in gushing blood (which seems to happen about once a mointh!).

Please don't put ideas into his head about more dangerous activities!

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Monday, August 4, 2008 3:19 AM

GEE


As I suggested, golf is your solution. Something that will take over his life in an addiction type way without casuing him to come home with arterial blood spurting.

Crappu day at work, will try to write something interesting late when I have time

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Monday, August 4, 2008 3:55 AM

FREELANCERTEX


Quote:

Originally posted by EmmaRigby: Sadly mine already regularly plays with a chainsaw

holy crap, ur dad does that too?? ><

my dad tried golf. didnt work out. not his thing. basketball was his thing, and we always thought he couldn't get into trouble with that sport...until he broke both elbows and tore his ACL in two. >< he's accident prone


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Monday, August 4, 2008 4:50 AM

GEE


ok, basketball is not a sport for the klutz, my right ankle is permanently dodgy thanks to a 'friend' fouling me on a jump shot so I came donw unbalanced, my foot landed flat to the floor and I didn't, ligaments have never been the same!

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Monday, August 4, 2008 5:56 AM

FREELANCERTEX


thats exactly what happened to my dad when he tore his ACL :-P @_@ had to have it replaced. clutz.

dont u love it when u jam ur leg like that? ><


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Monday, August 4, 2008 8:11 AM

MSB


OK New thread is desperately needed


NEW THREAD NEW THREAD NEW THREAD





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