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InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


The Snoo posted:

I called out an rear end in a top hat at a mcdonalds for being a horrible jerk to the cashiers (called one a bitch for trying to explain to him why it took 'so long' for his food during the lunchtime rush) and I was shaking because I have exxxtreme anxiety also gently caress that guy

I get the loving shakes if they hear me wrong at the loving register and I have to correct my order because my severe anxiety disorder remains unmedicated, tbh

I don't try and brag about it as if it shows how intensely I experience things or whatever these people think they're doing

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InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


BrigadierSensible posted:

What was the purpose of this? Is the girls family super racist, and as such the brother is intentionally pissing off the parents? Or Is it because the girl is a huge Chief Keef fan, and would enjoy being photoshopped next to him?

http://www.complex.com/music/2016/1...-christmas-card

It was accompanied by a letter supposedly from the sister explaining that she's pregnant and has dropped out of college to be with Chief Keef, so there's a little bit more to the prank than just a photo of a white girl with a black boyfriend, at least

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


y'all the joke was that rather than correctly interpret the sentence as describing a small boy with a pink bow, who was smacked by a man, the poster drolly pretended to interpret it as a man wearing a pink bow, who smacked a boy

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


it's me, i'm the butt

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


bend posted:

That's not all that unbelievable really, it's generally not too difficult, you can even learn how on the internet. I know a bloke who taught himself how to pick locks when he was 13 so he could get into his dads shed and steal weed and beer, it's not a big step from there to " I can hear people next door, I better get in here quietly. OOH I know, I'll pick the lock", not necessarily a good idea mind, but if you had a good idea you probably wouldn't be committing burglary.

yeah nah it's pretty unbelievable, my city's got a pretty high crime rate and there's no loving lockpicking going on, burglars go for unlocked doors or else they smash a window. nobody picks a loving lock on a loving house that has a person inside it in real life

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


King Hong Kong posted:

Technically, it was not lock picking so much as trying to break the lock to enter but some burglars tried to break into a house that I was in within the past year. Thankfully the lock was not as susceptible as some of my neighbors' but it was an unsettling morning when I realized the front door's lock did not work and the outside gate had been opened.

The police theorized that they were targeting homes with people residing in them in order to find cash.

I think the difference between lockpicking and bruteforce attempts to break a lock open is important enourgh to maintain the distinction, particularly when discussing how realistic bat'leth dude's story is

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


hey look kmart has a list of all their currently operating stores

http://www.kmart.com/stores.html

we don't actually need to self-report them town-by-town

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


chitoryu12 posted:

I'm just wondering what the reaction would be if you presented someone who did the "womyn" thing with the explanation that they're accidentally removing the part that makes them people rather than the part that compares them to males.
i wonder what the reaction would be if you presented someone who calls a clothing-protecting garment worn during cooking "apron" with the explanation that they're accidentally removing the part that makes the word mean anything

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


lol dumbass was thinking of Wellesley

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


Doubtful Guest posted:

loving Jail does sound appropriate. In order to get respect you need to beat off the biggest guy on your wing on your first day.

idt we should send minors to loving Jail even if they do look at porn sites

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


hot topic doesn't even sell hair dye anymore. how the mighty fall

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


I have a co-worker who's one of those stdh generators who's always got a story to one up anything that happened to you and yesterday he told me how he'd gotten to hold his newborn niece, just 24 hours old, the night before, and while he was holding her not only did she open her eyes for the first time and look right at him and smile, she even gained the neck strength to lift her head and look around the room

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


Biplane posted:

Is that like, a big deal? My son opened his eyes seconds after bursting forth like an alien. Ditto lifting his head.

https://www.babycenter.com/0_baby-m...control_6579.bc

By the end of his first month, your baby should be able to lift his head briefly and turn it from side to side when lying on his stomach. At around 6 to 8 weeks, if he's especially strong and coordinated, he'll raise his head while lying on his back.

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


TheMaskedUgly posted:

I'm the studio monitor the explodes if you go above human vocal range

manufactured by starfleet contractors

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


jjack229 posted:

Unless a Waffle House is small with a simple layout.
ding ding ding! a waffle house is essentially one of those old school train car style diners only less aesthetic. the fact that you can see the entire place from the cook's station is essential for the cook to monitor their own safety tbh. lots of fights in waffle houses, from what my friend who was a night cook told me

InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


MrUnderbridge posted:

The school marm he claims to be courtin'. You wouldn't know her, she's back east.

lol

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InediblePenguin
Sep 27, 2004


a handlebar has to be waxed to make it stick out/up; if you don't wax it, that's a walrus moustache

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