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    I was on the packed train yesterday, hanging on to the overhead bar and the krelbow of my jacket smelled strongly of B.O. I spent the entire wondering how often I need to wash my jacket and speculating on how the krelbow could be like the armpit of your arm. Today I was on an empty train and it smelled fine, I think the B.O. was from a passenger.

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    @Vulcan until just now i thought you were a new member that joined like a month to month and half ago that was a 45 year old intj woman. that can be your spirit animal
    *yodelling* AAAaaaaAAaaiiiiiiayyyyyyyy


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    What a bunch of potatoes in a microwave.
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    The owners main squeeze is a forty year old single cougar. She waved at me in the parking lot and I dropped my keys. I did it on purpose to flatter her. I don't want to see her underwear. I just want a promotion and her good word.
    "i shut the door and in the morning
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    Olemn slammed his hammer and from the sparks on the metal of his anvil came the spheres of the heavens.

    Sayrah blew life into the spheres and they moved. From her wheel she weaved the names of people in to mystery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarrotTheThief View Post
    The owners main squeeze is a forty year old single cougar. She waved at me in the parking lot and I dropped my keys. I did it on purpose to flatter her. I don't want to see her underwear. I just want a promotion and her good word.
    I only flatter people if I genuinely like them as individuals, because it's a good way to build friendships, or because I think it couldn't hurt to get to know them. I don't flatter people I dislike. I'm a strict believer in monogamy, but my partner has a lot of male friends, and if I let anxieties about that get to me, we wouldn't be together any more. I operate on the assumption that this would be reciprocal, and it seems to be. She doesn't act jealous when I talk to her female friends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulcan View Post
    I only flatter people if I genuinely like them as individuals, because it's a good way to build friendships, or because I think it couldn't hurt to get to know them. I don't flatter people I dislike. I'm a strict believer in monogamy, but my partner has a lot of male friends, and if I let anxieties about that get to me, we wouldn't be together any more. I operate on the assumption that this would be reciprocal, and it seems to be. She doesn't act jealous when I talk to her female friends.
    Generally I am genuine. She is attractive. I just feigned extra hot sauce. In the work place there are no rules.
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    Olemn slammed his hammer and from the sparks on the metal of his anvil came the spheres of the heavens.

    Sayrah blew life into the spheres and they moved. From her wheel she weaved the names of people in to mystery.

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    Uh..Gardening all day in the heat probably wasn't such a good idea. I'm a bit nauseated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    Whenever I'm in school it always makes me wonder - what in the world am I doing here? It's a miserable old place! Today especially...
    I get those sorts of feelings all the time, I think its a good thing, there's lots of different rationalisations in philosophy, existentialism, mood psychology, all that.

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    Try 953 on for a bit. I like enneagram better because I know less about the system and am less likely to be personally biased in any way. And 953 is how I have tested most often. Descriptions seem to fit decently, as much as I can suggest myself for anything. I shall see...

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    I've never had coq au vin but Alton Brown's 13 hour coq au vin recipe seems like a lot of work for chicken, plus it requires chicken stock.
    "Do not attempt to count the number of moles on Morgan Freeman's face; it'll just frustrate you and distract from the film." me

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