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Japher
15-03-2006, 15:23:07
I just found out that crazy lady has been fired

She was shown the door today
I noticed that her pictures were gone from her desk when I got in

And my boss just confirmed it

:bounce:

King_Ghidra
15-03-2006, 15:23:53
your boss confirmed that her pictures were gone?

mr_G
15-03-2006, 15:25:41
:lol: at KG
so that's why the forum is all jolly.
so you sold your house and the crazy lady left.....better find some good thread material

Japher
15-03-2006, 15:42:32
that's all I got

oh, and Josie can roll, she's been doing so for about week
almost up to crawling

Gary
15-03-2006, 15:59:07
Ah... the house on the hill.

Funko
15-03-2006, 16:18:20
Originally posted by Japher
that's all I got

oh, and Josie can roll, she's been doing so for about week
almost up to crawling

Don't count on it, Venom never got past rolling.

King_Ghidra
15-03-2006, 17:12:05
'rolling' being the word for the process of accumulating rolls of fat

Funko
15-03-2006, 17:20:31
Rollin' Rollin' Rollin'

Keep chewin', chewin', chewin',
Though they're disapprovin',
Keep them rolls a growin'. Eat fried!
Don't try to understand 'em,
Just batter, baste and fry'em,
Soon we'll be living high and wide.
Boy my heart's palpitatin'
My plate it will be waitin', be waiting 'till my dinner is fried.

Is Fried!

Oerdin
16-03-2006, 18:43:30
Japher must have really not liked her to celebrate after she got fired.

Japher
16-03-2006, 18:44:46
I didn't like her


at ALL

mr.G
16-03-2006, 18:47:33
it's one of the GOOD things that happened this week on CG.

It all started with tizzy thread.

devilmunchkin
16-03-2006, 20:49:34
thought you were talking about me at first....

Darkstar
17-03-2006, 00:13:03
You fuck baboons, and let them lazy around your house, beating you down and making you fetch them food and beer?

devilmunchkin
17-03-2006, 00:45:31
if you'd like to call my boyfriend that, yes. Albeit, I haven't touched him with a ten and a half foot pole in quite awhile.

Darkstar
17-03-2006, 02:41:21
You should use your 10.5 foot pole to beat him down then. I'd suggest you get a smaller pole though--- makes it easier to beat people.

Greg W
17-03-2006, 02:56:45
Actually, he's supposed to touch her with the pole, not the other way around.

Tizzy
17-03-2006, 09:58:22
Originally posted by mr.G
it's one of the GOOD things that happened this week on CG.

It all started with tizzy thread.

Yaay. I should make more happy threads

Japher
17-03-2006, 13:47:45
you should

Darkstar
17-03-2006, 23:24:34
Aren't you worried that too much happy Tizzy posting might cause the earth to explode?

devilmunchkin
18-03-2006, 09:03:28
Originally posted by Darkstar
You should use your 10.5 foot pole to beat him down then. I'd suggest you get a smaller pole though--- makes it easier to beat people.
yeah, if i want him to smack me back, lol.

Darkstar
18-03-2006, 11:51:13
He should never touch you in anger, DM. A nice small pole, used to smash his knees and his nads will make sure that he won't get a good shot at you. Then retreat and disappear to a shelter.

Of course, if he is violent, you should dump his ass and get much further then 10.5 feet away from him, and never bother with him ever again. People can be treated for anger issues, but most of the time, they don't care enough to try (or try for very long). No reason for you to be their personal punching bag.

devilmunchkin
19-03-2006, 04:35:33
it's more reactionary..i accidentally hurt him (like when we're play fighting) and he will swat me. that's all. he's not vicious or one of those wife beaters.

i have been thinking about leaving him but for other reasons.

Darkstar
21-03-2006, 00:30:39
So, you are saying you hurt him, or his ego at least, and then he pops you a real one? What, like a couple of three year olds on the playground?

devilmunchkin
21-03-2006, 01:20:51
no no no. it's hard to explain. i wouldn't call it a real one just more like a warning. it's like he'll tickle me and I might thrash around and accidentally knock him or something.

Darkstar
21-03-2006, 01:37:58
I have to tell you, DM. You are just making him sound worse.

Most guys that get a knee or elbow in a delicate place while playing don't whap their girl a hard one "as a warning". From what you've posted, it doesn't sound like a warning, it sounds like a retalition. If that's true, then it is a childish behavior, and makes him someone to watch out for after a few beers. If he will retaliate when sober, chances are he'll do worse when he's got a buzz going. It's too easy to misjudge things and over-react. And if he is already fine with hitting you--- well, that's a common first beating. And you are already making excuses for him. It's not hard for you to then take a step and excuse that time because he was drunk, and you should have known better.

Diss
21-03-2006, 02:29:09
Originally posted by devilmunchkin
thought you were talking about me at first....

you are already in the asylum

devilmunchkin
21-03-2006, 17:35:23
well 1) he doesn't drink

Perhaps i'm not doing a good enough job explaining but he's really not violent. These instances of us goofing around are so very few. You could count them on one hand in the time we've been together. Don't get me wrong, he's got a lot of problems and I'm fed up with a lot of stuff. But violence is one thing I cannot hold against him.

Violence or hurting me often upsets him. This morning is a great example. He turned over in bed and knocked me in the lip with his elbow and he actually got really upset and kept apologizing over and over even though it was an accident.

He doesn't condone violence because his dad beat him alot. Trust me, he's not some wife-beater. As fiery as I am (as you all should know by now), he'd be dead if he ever did beat me.

mr_G
22-03-2006, 09:43:06
so the asswipe beats you!!!
give me his emailadres i will "dooooooo di dooooooo" him to death.

Kitsuki
22-03-2006, 10:27:48
For some reason this reminds me of my ex who stayed at mine for a lot of uni. Because my bed was against a left hand wall as opposed to a right hand wall (as she was used to) she used to get up and bang her head against the wall really hard every morning for months. I felt sorry to start with but in the end couldnt stop laughing that she couldn't stop doing it....

Only stopped when I rearranged all of the furniture in my room so that side of the bed was not against the wall... :lol:

mr_G
22-03-2006, 10:45:41
an old trick we did when friends of ours slept on the couch after a drinky drinky party.
turn the couch 180 degrees,point it sirectly to the wall, and then wake him up very very loud.

kaboooosh head to the wall.
lame but oh so funny.

MoSe
22-03-2006, 11:09:08
Originally posted by Kitsuki
Only stopped when I rearranged all of the furniture in my room so that side of the bed was not against the wall... :lol:

:eek:

yeah, because simply putting the pillow at the other end of the bed must have been out of the question for some feng shui reason....

:lol:

Kitsuki
22-03-2006, 11:13:02
Well, it was a double bed, and had the pillows been at the other end my bedside cabinet would have blocked off the door..... :P

MoSe
22-03-2006, 11:59:55
hhmmmm, OK, doublebed with a side against a wall, it's so young bohemien couple! :D

Kitsuki
22-03-2006, 12:11:59
Its so small university house room!

King_Ghidra
22-03-2006, 13:26:09
now you must post pictures of her