maorinette: whatever-the-weather: itsallinmyhead: i can’t remember the last time someone at work made me cry. it’s been a while, so i guess i was due. — Krista, I’ve been hitting people who are evil with a fish today… Does your office need a visit? HAHAHA! It’s true! She fish-slapped all of midtown for me! my office does need a fish!!! thanks for the smiles.
i can’t remember the last time someone at work made me cry. it’s been a while, so i guess i was due.
questions, asked and answered (from the comments)
jaimeleighfairbrother: Q: i hope you find all of these things. if you do, will you be faithful to him if he is to you? A: I don’t actually believe in monogamy, so I guess I should add that to my short list of qualifications—I want somebody who would be willing to work with me to establish an arrangement that works for both of us. In terms of faithfulness, though, while I wouldn’t pledge...
i have yet to visit europe. i know it’s awful. i was just browsing flight fares & eurorail passes and i am so confused as to how so many people i know have been to europe multiple times. how does anyone afford it? i must be doing something wrong. i would like to travel to scandinavia and central europe but since my trip will be dictated by my budget can you suggest an inexpensive...
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me: did you hear that billy blanks died too?
natasha: no. not the teabo guy!
me: no. the screaming infomercial guy; billy blanks.
natasha: billy blanks is the taebo guy. i think the informercial guys name is steve.
me: huh. well you know who i mean.
natasha: how did he die?
me: i don't know.
it’s the future man– office intern in response to seeing a spork with a hinge that folds in half. i think he’s right.
i tried to continue working and face my computer but this did not stop you from talking to me. so i was sure that if i turned my chair with my back to you, you would definitetly get the hint. nope. didn’t you ever learn to read body language?
pet peeve #876
asking someone an either or question and they seriously answer yes or no. dude, you can’t have both or not have both. pick one; it’s really not that difficult.
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Oh, my gawd. I can't stop playing with this. →
clockwatching: lushvuitton: (via maryclare)
i honestly cannot remember the last time my mom asked me to do something with her. she only lives 30 minutes away. the only time i see her is if i plan something or it’s a holiday. this makes me sad.
why i love the georgia state farmers market
2 tomatoes 1 avocado 1 small watermelon 1 big bag of cherries 1 cucumber 2 huge carrots 3 peaches 1 box of strawberries 1 big bag of green beans 1 cantaloupe 2 lemons 4 bunches of garlic only $11!!
my left eyeball has been hurting since 7 am. i looked to see if mcdonalds fries are vegan. they’re not even vegetarian. oops. but wendy’s are, so it’s all good. i haven’t bought anything for 4 weeks and i’m about to go mad. i’m extremely impatient. the deciding factor for all my art projects is how quickly it will take me to see the final results. i...