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Heh, I showed it to my girlfriend, she wrinkled her nose and the word "fugly" was mentioned. Definitely not her taste lol. I picked out the engagement ring for the first wife. Spent more than the 3 months wages on it and got a huge single rock because I was young and naive and thought that's what you did. She hardly ever wore it, and I couldn't help feeling hurt about it in those heady dreamy days. It took me many years to realise she felt guilty about how much it had cost me, she was terrified of losing it - a real possibility since she worked with her hands and it snagged on everything including air. With second wife I paid attention and got her over the course of almost a year to describe her perfect ring, asked her friends, family etc, and bought her something she loved so much she still wears it every day, even though we parted ways (amicably) some years ago. Even though it was "cheap" if I'd have given her a ring like first she would have been as upset as 'bridezilla' - not because it was cheap, but because I didn't know her enough to get her something she would like. For some its all about the dollars. For some its all about the meaning.
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I've rounded them up, when are you getting here? lol
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Did someone mistake kosher for vegan/vegetarian? I'm confuddled.
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I might be wrong, but looking at the base plates of the queue divider, it looks movable, so it might be fixable. Can I also add how pleasant it is to come here now, knowing that all the comments are going to be pleasant and relevant?
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Some are drawn to religion because it gives them a smug sense of superiority to be sure. There seems to be more of this type in pentacostal mega-church environments. (That's been my experience anyway)
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Damn, no wonder they wouldn't give me another when I tried to offload my little werewolf...
Toggle Commented Mar 27, 2017 on Spaces Matter at Retail Hell Underground
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She will feel like an ass. And if you're very lucky, she'll call you up and scream at you for half an hour because you hurt her wittle feelwings for making her look dumb.
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I swear that thing is The Douche from Sausage Party...
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I thought it was a hyphen, turns out the yellow portion of the sign is saying "2 for $3 = $2 each"
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http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/bye-felicia It's stupid, don't know why everyone had to use it. Like "nek minit"
Toggle Commented Feb 23, 2017 on Server Says Goodbye at Retail Hell Underground
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I would've cut her off for being drunk already, even if she wasn't.
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Wait, you're not the supervisor? My co-workers told me he was going to role-play an extremely unpleasant customer. Huh.
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Huh. I've always called it aniseed. I've never heard it called/spelled anise. That was the fail for me.
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I can't wait till he runs out of ink. He'll come in screaming "BUT I PUT PAPER IN IT!!!!!"
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Wtf is a "toung"? Tongue?
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Thanks Tenebris, I sprayed coffee all over my screen! I'm still laughing, even after having to clean it up!
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Yeah.... I read that first as Nizzas, because the 'p' is so badly written. And then realised the Germanic Z form looks a lot like a 'g' - and there's your problem. TBH, many of these "bad fonts" are kinda like magic 3D pictures where you have to squint really reeeeeaaaaaaaaaally hard to see what the fail is... This one, not so much
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I overheard this gem one year (in a jewellery shop): What's the difference between freshwater and saltwater pearls? Is one, like, plastic? My hand itched to Gibb-slap him.
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Is that hotel called The Overlook? hehe
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I would have asked about the magazine, and said how great it is that they are including such diverse ranges of models these days, including senior citizens! *snark snark snark*
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Not true Lightning. While most Americans don't really conjugate "shit" as a verb as they tend to use it as a noun or an expletive, some use 'shitted' for a past tense, or 'shit' for both present and past imperfect. British English speakers conjugate "shit" as they would "sit", therefore it is quite common to hear 'shat' in the past tense. (and of course 'shits' for plural and 3rd person singular). I guess only Grammar Nazis know that now. lol.
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"great, hold one for me, I'll be down in a couple of hours." Yeah, fuck you buddy.
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eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww. I need to scrub for two hours for just reading that.
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HA! Reminds me of this ad I saw in New Zealand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q2mja5yNNk
Toggle Commented Oct 29, 2016 on Seems Legit at Retail Hell Underground
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There's only ONE Gilderoy is based on?
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