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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by miss kermie, May 8, 2012.
I thought it was some sort of pop-tart....
Ah...OK...I sorta thought it was some sort of toy (like those flying monkey launcher things)
Pasties, not pastries.
I find that the Vanilla Sundae Ice Cream Shoppe Pop-Tarts work best in the groin area, whilst plain old Frosted Strawberry will work for the bosom.
Why is the whole Occupy movement STILL going on? Don't these people realize that after nearly a year, it's accomplished nothing? Are they seriously going to just keep protesting until these Wall Street tycoons just throw bags of money out their windows or something? That ain't gonna happen.
I guess some people are not willing to give up the fight.
Sadly, no one is covering the story anymore. While I admire the IDEAL of the movement, it was always doomed...the American public cares more about what the NJ Househo's are doing any given day than what their own corporate-sponsored government is doing to them.
Bread and circuses, people. Bread and circuses.
If it's scientifically proven that cursing helps the anger and/or pain go away, why is it still frowned upon at school, work, etc...?
And in Hubertland...don't forget Hubertland...
But seriously speaking, it's because that it does show a sense of unproffesionalism. Cursing is a bit offensive, and doesn't contribute much to a friendly environment. There are much better ways to manage anger than cursing.
Oh. I was only curious.
Like punching holes through walls or committing arson
Is it hard that you have the wrong date of events?
I don't know about that... in my middle school years, and those four weeks I spent in public high school, those kids would let various different swear words fly any chance they got; likewise, when I used to intern/volunteer at PBS, a few of the guys down there swore like sailors all the time.
So I don't see any example anymore of it being frowned upon in school or work and such; again, in a lot of cases, some people feel it's perfect acceptable for kids to swear once they're out of kindergarten.
Hubba hubba what now?
It all depends on the environment you work in. If you're a baseball player and you make an error in the field, then you can curse all you want. If you're a lawyer and the judge throws out one of your witness, then it's probably not acceptable to curse. Different jobs have different codes of behavior.
If drinking and driving is illegal, then why do bars have parking lots?
You gotta get there first, don't you?
Maybe the driver doesn't drink.
DD (designated driver). I've never been to a bar, but I doubt that everybody who drinks goes by that concept. And I do support having a desginated driver, all the way.
Yeah, that's the phrase. Thank you!
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