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[#] Thu May 17 2012 20:34:51 EDT from Animal

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The smell of nacho cheese and old socks at the roller skating rink.

[#] Thu May 17 2012 23:04:10 EDT from zooer

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It isn't complete unless you can smell the spilled dried Coca-Cola.

[#] Fri May 18 2012 08:29:57 EDT from kc5tja

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How can one smell the difference between old
socks and nacho cheese?

[#] Fri May 18 2012 15:34:09 EDT from Groo the Wanderer

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So about a month ago this guy who has been harassing me for about 15 years offs himself.

I can't say I felt nothing, I felt a warmness in my heart. A feeling that maybe, just maybe there is a god.

Is that wrong that I feel good and happy that someone died who has harrassed me for 15 years? I mean I don't act happy near his friends or family.  Also he's dead so he'll never know. So who's it going to harm? But society thinks being happy that someone died is immoral.  I can lie, I'm very happy. The first time he tried to off himself he survived and I felt like it was such a lost opportunity.  I gave him advice on how to jump off the Tappanzee bridge right, but he never took my advice and just over dosed like a wuss.

Here is the thing, I tried to befriend him, but he was nuts.  He for 15 years would point and yell lies about me in public. Humiliating me in front of like 30 ppl at a time. Cops wouldn't do anything.  Ever since he died, I felt free. Like I could walk around in my town without this jerk possibly being around every corner.

Anyhow thanks for reading.

 

 



[#] Fri May 18 2012 18:00:18 EDT from zooer

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How can one smell the difference between old socks and nacho cheese?


I want to know what you are doing smelling old socks.

[#] Fri May 18 2012 23:20:34 EDT from kc5tja

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Ask that to the person who originally
mentioned the metaphor. :)

[#] Sat May 19 2012 13:33:50 EDT from dothebart

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Fri May 18 2012 15:34:09 EDT from Groo the Wanderer


So about a month ago this guy who has been harassing me for about 15 years offs himself.

I can't say I felt nothing, I felt a warmness in my heart. A feeling that maybe, just maybe there is a god.

Anyhow thanks for reading.

i' ve got a similar thing. I just knew him 5th and 6th grade, but that was more then enough.

he did it using a motorcycle, speeding into a left turning car. My feelings are with the passengers of the car. It also wasn't the first aproach..

It gave me a very warm feeling when I got to know the reason for his way 5 years later:

He'd been playing GT on the PS, and the memory stick was full.

So he did his last trip to the next vilage to get another one.

No, I don't regret these feelings.



[#] Sun May 20 2012 08:18:14 EDT from fleeb

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Are you kidding, Groo?

Don't feel bad. It's an opportunity!

Next time someone mentions the suicide to you, just look the person straight in the eye, completely seriously, and say:

"Yes, I know. After 15 years of him tormenting me, I finally decided to do something about it. So I used my psychic powers to bore into his brain and drive him to madness."

[#] Sun May 20 2012 09:02:09 EDT from fleeb

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Musing:

Someone should have a son named Nilly, so you could make fun of Nilly's willy.

[#] Mon May 21 2012 13:44:20 EDT from Spell Binder

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If your family name is Panky, name your son Henry.

[#] Wed May 23 2012 07:38:28 EDT from triLcat

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Someone with the same name as the guy who raped me was arrested once. Until I found out it wasn't him, I was so happy. 

I hope he dies in horrible pain. soon.



[#] Thu May 24 2012 10:30:57 EDT from fleeb

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I wish the word 'chupacabra' has one more syllable in it.

Then I could use it in place of 'Copacabana'.

[#] Thu May 24 2012 13:19:19 EDT from Spell Binder

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You could make it "chupalacabra," which would make it translate as "sucker of the goat" as opposed to "goat sucker."

[#] Mon May 28 2012 17:33:15 EDT from athos-mn

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I think it's perfectly reasonable to be sad about his life. How he fucked it up, how he tried to fuck up your life instead of being a reasonable human being. He wasted his life trying to ruin yours - and I think it's perfectly reasonable to be happy that you won't have to deal with a miserable fuck like that again.



[#] Tue May 29 2012 17:38:04 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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+1 that. Some people truly are nothing more than a waste of protoplasm.

[#] Wed May 30 2012 08:31:36 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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I wonder if anyone has ever used "I love you long time" as a wedding theme.

[#] Sat Jun 16 2012 10:50:20 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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She's a soprano who specializes in risque arias ... or as we like to call her, an off-coloratura.

[#] Mon Jun 18 2012 09:20:45 EDT from wizard of aahz

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<rimshot>

[#] Sun Jun 24 2012 16:34:10 EDT from dothebart

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http://www.uberlin.co.uk/what-i-know-about-germans/

whew. a very comprehensive list, whith many words which I didn't hear/read/use before...

maybe because of the writer is an australian?

interestingly I can second many points, just that I wouldn't think of them being extra ordinary...

had a good laugh about the supermaket & bus thing.



[#] Mon Jun 25 2012 05:03:01 EDT from the_mgt

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So Jun 24 2012 22:34:10 CEST von dothebart

http://www.uberlin.co.uk/what-i-know-about-germans/

whew. a very comprehensive list, whith many words which I didn't hear/read/use before...

maybe because of the writer is an australian?

interestingly I can second many points, just that I wouldn't think of them being extra ordinary...

had a good laugh about the supermaket & bus thing.

I totall agree, although I still think the sauerkraut thing is exaggerated. At least here in northern germany, Grünkohl mit Pinkel is far more common.



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