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I do not like it at ALL.
Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.
Hola, Meg. Still haven't gotten my invite to your wedding. I've never been to Cabo. Look forward to it.
You're going to be in my line.....so you'll obviously get an invite.
Ugh, working weekends is the WOAT.
Thankfully I don't have too many of them with this job. Matbe 2 or 3 a year. Old place it was every third. That sucked lots and lots of ass.
This post was edited by BleedBnG 2 years ago
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You callin' me a chick?
Lol, that's what I was wondering when I read that.
No. But chicks with best friends that are guys invite said guy to be in their line.
And you're my vewy best friend.
I pretty much work every Saturday except we rotate every other in the winter because it is our slow months. So 8 months of the year it is every Sat.
And what am I Meg? Sliced potatos?
If "is good" means "is F" (or "is desired"), then is it the same thing to ask "what is good is F" and "what is F, is F" mean the same thing?
Sine Missione -- Never be a spectator for unfairness or stupidity, argue for arguments sake; the grave will give plenty of time for silence.
One of my guy friend actually did that for one of our chick friends wedding.
No...you're in my line too.
I like the potatoes reference though. Nothing like an Idaho potato. yum.
Wut is the F thing all about
This post was edited by Meg 2 years ago
"F" is the same as to say what's in parenthesis, that is "what is F" basically means "what is desired."
This post was edited by derHawkeye 2 years ago
For real I love them as well.
Boozin early today?
I had a mixed line at my wedding.
Friday must be puke on misty day at daycare.
Restaurant is closed for two days next week.
I still have to go in and work but I don't have to shave, can swear as loud as I want, and we can drink beer wherever we want in the restaurant when we get done with what we are doing.
Will be a nice change of pace.
In memory of Tusks.
I am so lost trying to keep up with y'all damn yankees
I'll probably do a little FAC after my midterm in an hour. My midterm is in my Ethics class, I'm trying to make you guys share in my pain of wrapping my head around this crap.
Self-Referential Subjective Descriptivism – ethical statements describe something (x) as being good or right and therefore it should be done, although you are really only describing your attitudes or feelings about something (x)
The problem with Self-Referential Subjective Descriptivism is that if someone where to say, "murdering people is good" then they are correct in this view, even though most of us are going to say "murder is bad" which is also correct in this view. Basically, if someone likes murdering people and thinks it's good, is correct and for people who don't like murdering people and think it's bad, is also correct.
I think everyone's confused about what I'm talking about.
It happened again?
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