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I almost witnessed 3 on my way home last night.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
Because the horse hasn't arrived with my coffee yet this morning (and probably due to spending too much time reading nc threads), my brain read the above as:

I almost witnessed a 3 way on my way home last night.

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I almost witnessed 3 on my way home last night.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
Because the horse hasn't arrived with my coffee yet this morning (and probably due to spending too much time reading nc threads), my brain read the above as:

I almost witnessed a 3 way on my way home last night.

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Originally Posted by PerriP
Lol. My brain is not doing much better. Hopefully the horse will be there soon. He ran into some trouble in Starbucks.


I hate that I am even sharing this but I find it so damn stupid. I just saw this story on GMA and googled it to find 9 news stories written about it.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...Sox-Fever.html

Seriously, this is not news. Who cares if a mother pulled her son out of school at noon on Friday to take him to a baseball game. Can parents not take their child on vacation or plan something special with them now? Apparently the story was shared from the mom's FB wall, and made it all the way to GMA, and some are "unhappy" about it.

Some people need to get a life.

ETA: Oh! We're up to 15 now. Lol. Dr. Phil will want to tackle her bad parenting next.

Gladys Kravitz (nosey neighbor from Bewitched for those who don't know) works at all these sites. I'm sure of it.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


Last edited by Fifi.G; 10-06-2013 at 12:57 PM.
It did make think of the numerous times my dad had some sick leave he had to use before the year was up. He would tell mom that he was taking me to school, she would leave, he'd pick up the phone and tell them I was deathly ill. Haha. We'd spend the day having tea parties, going for rides, and eating ice cream. He often worked long hours and had to miss most of the activities (talent shows, etc) I was in, so that was our father/daughter time together. I loved it. I can't say the same for mom. He knew he was in trouble when she found out and came in yelling his full name.
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Isht! Isht! Isht!

I was planning to put down an hours leave, run to the hospital, and visit my friend or leave an hour early so I could do the same but that's screwed up now. One of my co workers said they were leaving at noon to cut a falling tree down before the storms came in. I know myself all too well. I am not going to go to the hospital at 7pm, after working 12 hours. I've had enough of medical problems by that time. I'm ready to not talk to anyone.

ETA: Do I sound as horrible and mean as I feel? Lol. Sorry. I love you dearly but I've been dealing with breakdowns and various other emergency situations for 12 hours and can't take another one. It's time for tv and solitude, before I freak out.

ETA #2: Thank God. She was able to call me. I feel much better now and she wants to see me later, when we can talk more privately. She's okay, though. Bad reaction to a new med and a couple of other things. Whew!

ETA #3 (and mini rant). I don't know why people will not call 911 for themselves. I have had so many people upset with me today because they are in NC, on vacation, get a call from a friend or family mbr back home who is having an emergency, they dial 911 for them, and get mad because 911 in their home state does not answer. I know people don't think clearly when something is happening, but at the rate it happens, I wonder if people are even aware of how the system works. You can't wish for Texas (random example), and get it when you are standing in Vermont. It's always best that the person having the emergency call 911 rather than a 3rd part caller who is not in the same state. It saves time and helps get a proper response. If it's an honest emergency, you just added on several minutes.

Mini rant over
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


Last edited by Fifi.G; 10-06-2013 at 02:36 PM.
I'm really glad you got to talk to your friend, Fifi

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Thank you, Perri. I'm glad I did, too. She really wants to talk to me about what happened, but I can blame her for not wanting to do it in an ER. It can't be avoided. That's part of the mental health crisis I have been ranting about for some time. She's been stuck in a bed, in an emergency room, for days. I freaking hate ER's. Ours is filthy, but I digress. I wish I could say what I want to say, but I can't and won't. I will just say that she had every right and reason to breakdown, which the new med amplified. She just needs a little time to rest and talk to someone. I hope she is able to get that BUT I know her well, she will be fine. She's a strong lady.

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I am always so happy to find people still willing to help others in danger. I had the worst call before I left. It was not for my jurisdiction, I had to transfer it to the right county, but I stayed on the line and helped them get info. I could not hang up while someone was getting the absolute isht beat out of them by someone twice their size. The only person there willing to help... A man in his 90's, ready to beat somebody with his cane. Lol. Seriously. He was adorable. (of course I talked him out of it, but I liked his spirit)

It's good to be home
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


Last edited by Fifi.G; 10-06-2013 at 05:22 PM.
I like my new bed.

I don't wake up all contorted from the dogs stealing my space.

Good buy, Claudine.
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I like my new bed.

I don't wake up all contorted from the dogs stealing my space.

Good buy, Claudine.
Originally Posted by claudine191
That is nice.

I still don't know how my cats end up dictating my sleeping positions. When both sleep with me they draw an imaginary line down the center of my body. They have to stay on their sides, and I end up frozen. I hear a hiss, from time to time, when one tests their boundaries.

No biggies when only one sleeps with me, other than the fact that they are right by my head, demanding attention, tapping my hand with their paws, smacking my face with their tail, sticking their nose on my nose so all I can see is big, giant eyes looking at me. Sometimes sticking a nose in my ear while purring loudly. It's like having a bumble bee in your ear, and wakes you up rather quickly.

Jokers
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Please leave.
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I was reminded of Through The Wormhole today. Specifically the episode that questioned "Did we invent God?" I have never seen it, but my bestie told me about it. He basically said scientists had discovered the portion of your temporal lobe that controls/creates religious feelings and experiences, therefore religion is not (100% proven. Not) real. We had a rather interesting discussion (not fight or debate. i believe, he doesn't, whatever). I said it might actually explain more about atheists BURN! I've wanted to watch that episode since he told me about it, but I can not find it free on line. I did find some segments on YouTube. I watched the God Helmet portion of the program. He was all excited about that proof. It's a motorcycle helmet with magnetic coils (no stronger than a hairdryer) that rests on top of your temporal lobes. According to the doctors study, 80% of people had some type of God like/out of body experience when using it. Of course he left out the replicated study in Sweden which had none of the same results, but did find people prone to the power of suggestion when told what the helmet did. I personally can not say that I have a religious experience every time I sit under a hooded hairdryer, but hey... You never know. Still, bummed I could not watch it all.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

TNB ~ I never know what you're talking about, but your couple of words always seem to be exactly what I'm thinking
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Well, I didn't see that one coming in that thread. Why oh why did we not quote the first posts


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Only a couple more days until the Cleveland flea market!!! I am so excited and nervious. I hope my stuff sells
Best of luck to you, scrills!
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Well, I didn't see that one coming in that thread. Why oh why did we not quote the first posts


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I have a sinus headache


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Only a couple more days until the Cleveland flea market!!! I am so excited and nervious. I hope my stuff sells
Originally Posted by scrills
Where, when, and what time?

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right now, I have 2 cats sleeping in my lap. My leg is in an uncomfortable position and I'm really thirsty. But it's Lily and Sasha cuddling!!!!! Sasha does not like Lily, but she will not give up the warm lap!

And yesterday Lily and Neville shared food!
Leapin' Lizards! I need a nap. Try my hardest to get quickly turned around for nights and 3 people called me before 7am this morning.

Go away!!
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

The Cleveland Flea

JOIN US ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th FROM 9am-4pm at 1401 East 55th Street
Originally Posted by scrills
I'm going to do my best to be there. Thanks!
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The Cleveland Flea

JOIN US ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th FROM 9am-4pm at 1401 East 55th Street
Originally Posted by scrills
I'm going to do my best to be there. Thanks!
Originally Posted by claudine191
Will Mia-Mama, Ambassador Dog Extraordinaire go too?
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