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    Good call there @whatever

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    Good call there @whatever

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    Supervisor gave me the day off tomorrow!
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    I have this problem where when I get ahead I know I can slack, but then I never know when to stop slacking so I have to play catch up.

    Then I do well and surpass what would stabilize me and realize I can slack again.

    I can't say I wish I were inherently stable because I truly enjoy slacking. I guess I wish so much planning didn't have to go into slacking.

    Slack. Slack is a fun word at that.
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    Man-bag, bro-hug, man-bun... oh just grow up. Bag, hug, bun.

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    Slack. Slack is a fun word at that.
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    For Halloween, we were going to dress our 10 month old as Chucky from Child's Play. Right hand to God, the only reason we're not is that he would never, ever stay still enough for us to put cool little scars on him.

    What's more is that it was her idea, not mine. Color me impressed.
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    J. Scott Crothers
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    I've been thinking about the meetup section a lot and I've decided that I probably wouldn't enjoy it at all.

    There's too much cross-purpose interpretation of MBTI and other typology systems for any discussion to take place without the assumption that the type of the people gives more or less weight to what they say. In fact it would be better not to give a type at all...or even better; just not go. And it's not our self-stylings of criticism I mind (I love me some criticism) it's the knowledge of one more brick to block up actually discussing anything. "Oh I do this because I'm an INFJ....you do that because.." eh that's been discussed to death already though.

    Point is I'm not already spending time with people on here, because if I were, then I wouldn't need the forum to give the false idea that I actually want to interact with anyone here. I definitely don't want to interact with myself. But we're all in our self-made traps (some of us are self-made trap queens) and the forced nature of a meetup means if I were to go, I'd have to almost forget about it beforehand and then suddenly remember "oh yeah..there's...that...thing to go to" which means I could turn up without poisoning myself with typology in advance. Then I could just go and let anything happen without comparing people to some image I got from an online forum.

    Eh, fuck it. I'm never serious though.
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    Revisiting memories (music, places, food, anything consumable by mind, digestive system, or soul) once again ruins the memory and nostalgia factor for me.

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    GLOBAL coffee giants Starbucks have confirmed that the corporation tax paid in Ireland last year was more or less covered by 2 cents and 5 cents contained in the tip jars of their Dublin stores.
    Starbucks Tip Jar Covered 95% Of Their Corporation Tax Last Year | Waterford Whispers News

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