09-20-2011 02:56 PM
Habitual Fi LineStepper
Refusing to sign your "dead pet" sympathy card may make me a monster, but you don't have to cry about it.
09-20-2011 03:03 PM
It took every ounce of me not to rep you an lol and a laughing smilie.
Originally Posted by Nicodemus
Yes, but my palate does not desire him. I also fine Anne Hathway's face to appear rather stretched out from the sides. I blame her giant Julia-Roberts-esque mouth.
09-20-2011 03:24 PM
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Ahh, yes.. all that card signing drama. When I was younger I decided to pass signing a sympathy card for a coworker who I hardly knew who had just lost his father. I had this strange notion that the guy would be more offended at my very pale version of sympathy in signing an office card that just happened to float by my desk. Everybody looked at me like I had killed the poor guy's dad myself.
Originally Posted by JocktheMotie
09-20-2011 06:16 PM
I might as well go to bed before my sleepiness fades; and I feel irritable the rest of the night.
09-20-2011 06:19 PM
I guess most people consider it ruder to not sign, than to sign something trite. Next time just sign your name without writing anything. Or just "my condolences" or something like that. A lot of people write really standard lines in those things anyway, you can be another one of them. I usually take longer than I want to because I sit there and try to think of something original that doesn't sound trite. Sometimes I come up with something good, sometimes not so much.
It doesn't matter, they just want to see names. It makes them feel loved.
09-20-2011 06:38 PM
From the Undertow
09-20-2011 06:42 PM
It's getting nautical out. Storm's a-brewin'!
09-20-2011 07:05 PM
I found a spider in my bath tub!
I have a jar whose sole purpose is to be used to capture spiders and transport them outside, where I set them free. I call this my "living jar" (as opposed to "killing jar").
I think other people, particularly arachnophobic people, should get their own "living jar". It feels much better to capture a spider and let him or her go than to squash the poor little thing.
09-20-2011 07:20 PM
I know you all were worried, but the Great Friend Crisis of 2011 has been averted. Shout out to @Aquarelle for being the baddest of the badasses.
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