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If you are paying $20 for a haircut, I imagine people assume you did it yourself anyway.

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Pocket change cost me my first and only black girlfriend.   It was in the middle of a roaring poker boom and I was flush in ways most men don't even bother dreaming of. Money, it was like dirt to me

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Remember nappy, they may be douchey (they are) but they may also know how to fight and you're still just a high school wrestler. Be careful

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I'll take my chances, Ronald. Don't forget the one time I boxed I gave the dude a concussion and we had headgear and shit. And he could lift way more than me. And I had two older brothers who constantly beat the shit out of me. I ain't worried bout nothin. I should start doing BJJ again

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You don't know anything about Brv, shake. Unitarians are going to hell on an express train, don't kid yourself. Brv's a ****ing Calvinist, ffs, he's not some universalist hippie.

 

This guy gets it. Being a Unitarian is a liberal, progressive religion, and does not have a standard belief in God or Jesus or Brv. Part of me pointing out that I am both religious and a Unitarian is me baiting Brvheart. I may go to church, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to the wrong one.

 

 

Ron Mexico, can you elaborate on anger-bating? Is it self-pleasure while angry? I made up a word along the same lines--masterhating. It has two meanings.

  1. You run into your ex, and she looks amazing. You go home and masterhate while thinking of her.
  2. It's a line of sex toys targeted towards the Aryan Nation audience.

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This guy gets it. Being a Unitarian is a liberal, progressive religion, and does not have a standard belief in God or Jesus or Brv. Part of me pointing out that I am both religious and a Unitarian is me baiting Brvheart. I may go to church, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to the wrong one.

 

 

Ron Mexico, can you elaborate on anger-bating? Is it self-pleasure while angry? I made up a word along the same lines--masterhating. It has two meanings.

  1. You run into your ex, and she looks amazing. You go home and masterhate while thinking of her.
  2. It's a line of sex toys targeted towards the Aryan Nation audience.

 

I'm now better about your religiosity after reading that. I was worried for a sec. You're just Cali-religious, which doesn't really count.

 

 

Anger-bating. I made it up tonight, but essentially, you're so mad that you generate tears. In turn, you take those tears and use them as lube when you toss off.

 

I like your definitions as well.

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You can only mastubating to an ex if you think of the dirtiest shit she's done, the kind of stuff you know she doesn't want her friends and family to hear about.

 

That time she licked your bum or that time you came on her face. Frau, what would be the female equivalent? You putting two digits in his ass?

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Frau met her gentleman friend on her last visit to Chicago if I remember right.

 

Correct, and that was in April.

Frau, throwin it around like a pornstar.

 

(Clearly kidding, but I'm manipulating the double standards of a male dominated society regarding sexuality and equal pay to get my darling, surprisingly religious, Frau's goat)

 

I drank some SoCo. Some whipped vodka. Some tang wheat, and some Sweetwater blue

 

Ha ha ha, very funny, favorite part is how you're drinking like a girl, too.

 

What is June 13th? 2 days after my bday? I'm in

 

You and Napa will make an excellent buddy movie.

 

Seriously Ron, you know how it hurts me to criticize, but I think your methodology is a little off here. In my job, I tell my employees not to have meetings about the money we've raised, we really only address the gap. ($350K with one month to go). The money we bring in--we talk about it over coffee, when we're supposed to be working, and at happy hour. Serious time, formal meeting time is devoted to the $350K.

 

Using this logic, it's not the last time you had sex, it's when's the next time you can count on it? Guy might be visiting in July, so pencil me down for that.

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I thought that said "not bad actuary" and I wondered why on earth her job performance matters to her bang-ability. I mean, you're not a woman.

 

objection! assumes facts not in evidence!

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Will do Frau. But you also have to know your audience. If ask napa, Strat and essay when they'll have sex next, they'll answer "whe does he'll freeze over?" So I was just taking the temp. Fortunately, the longer you go without, the less you care. It's once you get the taste that you start becoming obsessed. Worst thing ever is getting it once every two months. That will make a guy happy and drive him insane

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How long ago was that filmed? It looked pretty good.

 

 

I'm religious, I'm Unitarian and go to church about once a month or two.

 

I mentioned Calvinism specifically because it seems that ideology of heaven/hell is so exact. How many people will get to heaven? There's a hard number for that. I kind of assumed that the concept of heaven would be as exact, and your people would be the best to make sure there is a champagne room for the philanthropic angels here on earth.

 

Just for the record, it's true that I believe there is a set number, but not in the same way as Jehovah's Witnesses, who think it's only 144,000. We just believe that the omniscient supernatural creator of the universe lives outside time/space and knows who and how many will end up there. It's not like Calvinists believe that only "x" number make it, or whatever. I'm sure you already knew this, but I wanted to clarify.

 

Also, I've always viewed Unitarianism more like a social club than a church. But I, admittedly, know next to nothing about it.

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