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Definitely not Russia. I'm pretty sure that the language is Romanian.
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I wonder whether both PETA and the casino happen to have used the same stock photo.
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Office fridges are rarely cleaned, don't always keep a consistent temperature, and are sometimes used by people who don't wash their hands or who come to work with communicable illnesses. Thieves who consume random stolen food from the workplace refrigerator are courting foodborne illness.
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"I must ask you to refrain from swearing in the store where children may hear you.
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Could be dementia.
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Call up the water softener company and tell them how their blurbs are being misused.
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Maybe they tune up your gasoline-powered lawnmower, generator, chain saw, moped, or other stuff with light-duty engines.
Toggle Commented Apr 8, 2016 on Jiffy Lube Light at Retail Hell Underground
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I work in retail and I support Donald Trump. And I hardly ever drink beer.
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I work at an auto parts store and love my job. Squatting to lift heavy items is part of what the job entails. So I make it a point to buy sturdy and loose-fitting work pants, held up with a solid webbing belt. Comfort and modesty are both preserved.
Toggle Commented Apr 4, 2016 on Happy Monday at Retail Hell Underground
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Evidently he feared that any attempt to fix his hair might leave him looking even worse.
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Most likely, the driver was also being a jerk. "A soft answer turneth away wrath." He didn't need to be agitating the customer's dog on purpose. Good way to get bitten.
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That has to be Photoshop. Funny, though. 🐶😹🐶
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She needs to quit shootin' off her mouth!
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That'd be a gross combination!
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In my case, I get classified as redneck trailer trash rather than ghetto trash. Not that I much care at this point what ignoramuses think of me!
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Probably meant to be 'chunks' of beef.
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When I'm running low on nickels and pennies in the drawer, I don't mind if someone wants to replenish my supply. It's better than having to wait for someone to bring coin rolls from the safe.
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Looks like modeling clay. I don't see any beauty or artistry here. It's just a gimmick.
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I know what to say: HELL NO.
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Suggest he get a pair of suspenders.
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With all due respect, a stair step that is easy for a young, healthy person to see might pose a hazard to an older person wearing bifocals, or to anyone who doesn't have good eyesight.
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The mgr. was foolish to allow non-employees into the kitchen during a busy shift. But letting them contaminate food prep surfaces by sitting on them with their nasty-ass pants, letting them touch utensils or equipment or maybe even the food with unwashed hands...Want to guess where their butts or their hands have been? Could have led to an outbreak of foodborne illness.
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Here's the problem, and it recurs in most of Chicago every winter: By 9am, every available street parking spot in the 'hood has already been shoveled out and marked with chairs, traffic cones, or random debris - by drivers who are away at work or school, leaving their parking spaces wasted during the day. Now a visitor arrives in the neighborhood at noon, needs to park, and finds nowhere to go. It's no use telling him to shovel out a new spot for himself, because there aren't any! Simple solution: Send garbage trucks with snowplows on the front to clear the side streets. Have them collect and crush any furniture or other detritus found in a parking spot, while issuing a ticket for littering to anyone caught depositing same.
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A life filled with delicious food??🍕
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