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Let's just say that substance abuse may have played a role in this.
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Does the basket rack have casters on it, or is she scraping the whole thing along the floor?
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What was the cake actually supposed to have on it, and why?
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Words fail me.
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The chain weighs the pen down so much that it is not comfortable to write with.
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Not to mention headless.
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*facepalm* I'm not sure that bottled beverages are any worse for you than the bad-tasting, chemical-smelling crud that is in the tap water in so many places.
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It's crèche, not creché. What a bunch of pretentious illiterates.
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Seems as though they need to stop outsourcing their IT!
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Never shopped there. Never will. Can't afford hipster food.
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Poo pumping and snow removal as a package deal? Is this in Colorado?
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I have sold my own old beater to another individual, in person, saying "This car is not reliable. You better know how to fix cars." The person bought it anyway, for the price that I asked. Go figure.
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What nobody mentions here is that women shave too (legs, underarms, "bikini line"...).
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Eggs are not solely a breakfast food. I put them into baked goods, meat loaf, stuffed cabbage, lasagna, etc. on a regular basis. A-1 sauce is not usually used at breakfast.
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Hell.NO!
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A bulging or leaking can is indeed an indicator of microbial contamination, very likely botulism. Dented cans are probably okay (assuming there is no leakage whatsoever) but why take the chance? I also stay away from cans that show corrosion.
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Yes, haggling is appropriate in certain restricted circumstances...flea markets, yard sales, rummage sales, motor vehicle or real estate purchases, etc. Lots of people, including myself, watch such shows as American Pickers, Pawn Stars, Counting Cars, or Down East Dickering. That has helped to popularize the whole idea of haggling, simply because haggling can be entertaining to watch on television. In some parts of the world, negotiation is expected in ALL types of transactions. Unfortunately, the people who hail from regions where retail dickering is standard operating procedure will all too often carry that behavior over into retail stores in the US where haggling is totally out of line.
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There might even be laws against this type of advertisement.
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It's all about collecting tax money and getting rid of competition for established beverage/snack vendors.
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What we have here is a phenomenon known as pareidolia. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareidolia
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I'll pass. Not only only do I lack a sweet tooth, but also I'm lactose intolerant. Sounds like a truly disgusting combination.
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Urinating other than in a toilet or urinal is vandalism.
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Reminds me of those old-time Timex ads: Takes a licking and keeps on ticking!
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Pure idiocy. It's time to leave that bar and look for someplace that has no line for the bathroom. And get some food instead of more alcohol. Then call a cab and go home.
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