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03-22-2008, 05:24 AM
Hello. Good Morning Maniacs.
I have coffee.
03-22-2008, 05:53 AM
I have tea. And my husband shovelled the driveway! And I don't have to do anything or go anywhere this weekend! I foresee a nap in front of the TV watching basketball sometime over the next 36 hours.
I have coffee, no creamer.
I got in at about 3:15 this morning, after my 5 minute drive from work took 15 minutes. I was surprised by how many people made it out last night. Our local plow drivers did an awesome job with the 15" we got, so I'm sure that had something do with it. :)
I'm over the hockey boy. He's not even 25. He's 23, has no confidence, and frankly, is kind of annoying. He's all full of piss and vinegar and all for no reason I could determine. And he broke up with a gf because she didn't sleep much. WTF is that?
He was trying to get every customer in the bar to convince me to move in with him. Eventually I just told him a pretty face isn't everything. Guess how he responded.
Please. It'll never be as pathetic as the reality.
He says, "I'm a hockey player," and proceeds to kiss his biceps.
03-22-2008, 04:37 PM
I just graduated TRAFFIC school! http://a598.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/50/m_971566047ad08cc652b73887efcb736d.gif
But because of THAT, I missed the end of an eBay Auction I was watching closely! http://a419.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/58/m_23e26ec69fed9797df069f87fe10b2fa.gif
I wanted this, and I am considering doing a case-mod for my upcoming supa-computer's front door. :D
That's an overpriced resin model, and I'm pretty sure I can make a much better and more authentic looking one with the help of my Laser cutter at work.
03-22-2008, 04:38 PM
Oh, yes...and I had COFFEE! http://a598.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/50/m_971566047ad08cc652b73887efcb736d.gif
03-25-2008, 10:28 PM
My Avatar LOVES this video. :D
My kitchen smells like vinegar.
03-26-2008, 07:00 AM
Add water and you can douche.
This f'ing kid.
03-26-2008, 08:34 AM
Or you could hire a Mother's Helper. Having some underpaid teenager to run around cleaning stuff up might be a relief; they're not as expensive as professional daycare but they tend to do the same job. There's always ads for them in my college paper.
Do you have any idea what daycare costs?
Roughly 800-1000 a month.
03-26-2008, 09:08 AM
I say lock that little sumbitch in his room until he's 18, then send him to the Army. :)
03-26-2008, 09:09 AM
My son likes to wander to the basement when the door's not closed (because we have the kid-proof things on it), and watch TV. He goes down and turns on the TV, which is invariably left on PBS (or occasionally Nick) for him to watch stuff in the morning. Yesterday, when I got home from work (my father had been babysitting as the wife had a doctor's appointment), I found a bunch of the Batman stuff I have on my desk (a pen holder, some figures, etc) had been relocated from "out of Steven's reach" to "Steven's playground." He had gotten on the desk and pulled all of the stuff down, miraculously without breaking anything), and had also found the bag of jelly beans that I thought were hidden. I thought that my father had been down there and let Steven get a few things, but nope. He did that all on his own before my dad got there. He was also relocated some of my better things to the living room so he could play with them. We had quite the "discussion" about it last night. According to what my wife found him with this morning, it didn't seem to have any sort of impact. *sigh*
:sigh: is right.
I have everything I care about on top of the kitchen cabinets. It's ridiculous. I can't even reach the crap without standing on the countertops.
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