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Lurker the Second
17-03-2006, 13:20:04
How's the leg?

Venom
17-03-2006, 13:25:20
Hurt's like a mother fucker. Going to the doctor at 2:15 today. I'll almost assuredly be on crutches for the meet.

mr.G
17-03-2006, 13:29:46
what happened?

Venom
17-03-2006, 13:30:43
Something in my calf went *POP* last night. Fat guys shouldn't try and exercise.

Lurker the Second
17-03-2006, 13:44:08
Are you at work?

Venom
17-03-2006, 13:45:49
Yep. I can drive ok. It's just walking with my signifigant weight on it that's causing problems.

Japher
17-03-2006, 13:45:58
something in my chair went pop

talk about fat!

Lurker the Second
17-03-2006, 13:47:45
I'm guessing the crutch thing is a ruse. Probably some kind of fancy machine gun or missile launcher or something. You cannot fool us (well, you can't fool me).

mr.G
17-03-2006, 13:48:41
hmmm i actually thought you owned a little cow there

Venom
17-03-2006, 13:52:39
We'll see how well airport security checks metal crutches.

King_Ghidra
17-03-2006, 14:23:10
Originally posted by Venom
Going to the doctor at 2:15 today.

I'm admiring the precision of this information. It's almost German.

Funko
17-03-2006, 14:26:36
Germans would specify 2:15pm not allow you to think it could be 2:15am

Venom
17-03-2006, 14:27:43
Exactly! How German of you.

Funko
17-03-2006, 14:27:59
Like K_G said, ALMOST german. :beer:

Venom
17-03-2006, 14:29:02
Although, that's not really what time I'm going to the doctor. That's the time of the appointment. I'll probably leave about 15 minutes before that.

JM^3
17-03-2006, 15:01:33
I generally go at the time.. let them wait on me not me on them

JM

Venom
17-03-2006, 15:12:38
That's the difference between greatness and you, Noj.

Funko
17-03-2006, 15:13:34
I bet they charge from the start time of the appointment.

JM^3
17-03-2006, 15:15:08
I have insurance

JM

Funko
17-03-2006, 15:18:07
So they'll charge your insurance, the company will pay more money out to doctors, your insurance will go up fractionally.

Venom
17-03-2006, 15:19:59
I consider it a contact. I don't break contracts unless they don't help me. This helps me.

Lurker the Second
17-03-2006, 16:44:11
Originally posted by Venom
That's the difference between greatness and you, Noj.

You're connecting greatness with something you do?

King_Ghidra
17-03-2006, 16:45:30
with great size comes great responsibility

Venom
17-03-2006, 17:03:08
Originally posted by Lurker the Second
You're connecting greatness with something you do?

People frequently say "That's just great." when I'm around. Close enough.

King_Ghidra
17-03-2006, 17:05:58
I think you're mishearing, they're actually saying 'fat butt's late'

Nills Lagerbaak
17-03-2006, 17:06:06
Originally posted by Funko
Germans would specify 2:15pm not allow you to think it could be 2:15am


Firstly a German would never say 2.15 pm, it would be 14.15.

Secondly a German could say 2.15 if they wanted to, safe in the knowledge that there is only 1 2.15 remaing today


:rolleyes:

Funko
17-03-2006, 17:07:54
nonono

2:15 is tomorrow morning, you don't need to say 2:15 tomorrow, it's implied by the fact you are talking in the future tense.

Funko
17-03-2006, 17:08:22
They'd probably say three quarters to three...

Nills Lagerbaak
17-03-2006, 17:09:06
He said I shall be going at 2.15 today. There is no ambiguity there as the next possible 2.15 am belongs to tomorrow.

Funko
17-03-2006, 17:09:52
ok, I read your post but didn't refer to the original text.

Venom
17-03-2006, 17:10:14
A german would say Nein! Scheisser!

Tizzy
17-03-2006, 17:12:02
What's wrong with "the back of two"?

Funko
17-03-2006, 17:16:29
It's gibberish.

Venom
17-03-2006, 17:20:44
I don't know any situation you could successfully apply that phrase to. That's how gibberish it is.

Tizzy
17-03-2006, 17:24:51
"When are you going to the doctor's?"
"The back of two"

Simple

Funko
17-03-2006, 17:29:16
Except actually it's

backo'too

and you are like - Huh?

Nills Lagerbaak
17-03-2006, 17:30:58
"Back o'too"

Ok please don't talk to me any more.

JM^3
17-03-2006, 18:02:17
Originally posted by Funko
So they'll charge your insurance, the company will pay more money out to doctors, your insurance will go up fractionally.

my insurance is set by the state of maryland

JM

Dyl Ulenspiegel
17-03-2006, 18:03:46
The phrase you are looking for is "Vierzehnuhrfünfzehn Arzttermin, Schweinhund! ZACKZACK!"

Japher
17-03-2006, 18:07:33
that's a phrase?

Venom
17-03-2006, 20:15:14
Ruptured 1 or 2 tendons in my calf. Not critical though. Won't require surgery. I'm wearing one of those big black boots for at least a week and I can't run for at least a month.

mr_G
17-03-2006, 20:17:38
when i rule the world then there will be no running for fat people evah!!!!
i think that's disgusting.
I will rule under the name herr Pitler.

Fistandantilus
17-03-2006, 20:18:04
Holy shit, that hurts! Sorry to hear that Venom :(

mr_G
17-03-2006, 20:19:34
so are those black boots the boots of escaping?

Lurker the Second
17-03-2006, 20:21:38
Oh great, now we get to hang out with a dork in one black boot and a pink shirt.

Fistandantilus
17-03-2006, 20:22:23
He'll turn it in a weapon, very handy for the next week in NYC.

mr_G
17-03-2006, 20:23:15
you two will look like twin brothers.

Venom
17-03-2006, 20:24:36
I might sport the crutches in NY anyway. More sympathy and more special privileges.

mr_G
17-03-2006, 20:28:14
and chicks love crutches.
ask monica

Venom
17-03-2006, 20:51:20
No.

Funko
20-03-2006, 08:58:10
Can't he mistype it as crotches just once?

:cry:

Good news about no surgery though. :beer:

Venom
20-03-2006, 13:07:52
Apparently I can't mistype it.

Drekkus
20-03-2006, 13:36:50
Apparantly you can't even mistype apparantly.

MoSe
20-03-2006, 13:42:29
were all dissapointed

Venom
20-03-2006, 13:44:41
My continual mission of disappointing people continues.