View Full Version : Leaving furevah!

Lazarus and the Gimp
04-11-2005, 17:26:06
Off to the in-laws. Pray for my soul.

04-11-2005, 17:28:50
There's no point. You're doomed.

04-11-2005, 20:56:58
Seeing as I'm permanently with the outlaws, I envy you.

04-11-2005, 21:31:14
Your mother in law will devour your soul.

Lurker the Second
04-11-2005, 21:46:22
Hey Laz, you should consider focusing one of your historical perversions pieces on mothers-in-law.

self biased
05-11-2005, 01:00:08
there's no point: you've got no soul to speak of.

05-11-2005, 09:50:27
Help them out with some DIY whilst you are there.

Alexander's Horse
05-11-2005, 15:40:53
I'll bet his inlaws adore him.

Lazarus and the Gimp
06-11-2005, 14:57:18
My father-in-law is the only person I've ever met with the ability and inclination to deliver a 20 minute monologue on the subject of airport car parks.

06-11-2005, 16:32:51
you back then?

Lazarus and the Gimp
06-11-2005, 17:43:08

06-11-2005, 19:18:23
Ok, the monologue on airport parking garages is a bit strange but I have strange subjects which hang me up too. Urban design and architecture, especially bad examples of either, get me worked up sometimes. People have to live in these cities and once something gets built its going to be there for a long time so wouldn't it be better to put a bit more thought into it before we slap up a quick development?

Lazarus and the Gimp
06-11-2005, 19:24:01
Well there you go.

I managed to argue with both of them. With my father-in-law, it was about hoodies.

07-11-2005, 00:58:41
Well, yes, I can see your point. He must be a bit old to be wearing a hoody.

Resource Consumer
07-11-2005, 14:45:42
fashion is so important

07-11-2005, 18:56:20
Very much so. There is a place called "The Factory" on Piraeus avenue. In it there are all sorts of clothes companies. One of them is Amercanino (which is Greek, of course, like the insurance company "Interamerican", the suits and fashion house "Artisti Italiani" etc etc).

In the Americanino stores you can find very cheap clothes, which at first sight miss nothing. Some of them might have a slight fault in their manufacturing. For example the jeans might have the back pocket sewed up with 1 milimiter distance form the normal one. yet some others had no fault whatsoever but still they were half price. So I asked the hyperfashionable selling girl why are those clothes at half price if there is nothing wrong with them and she said a strange french word that I didn't understand. I asked for explanations and she told me the clothes were of "2004 fashion". So last year. I never knew fashion was so expensive, or that you can get such a good deal from not following it :D