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  • Jane S
    Jane S replied to Would you remind me again of who you are, please?:
    Quit pretending you don't know that I'm the woman who has the restraining order that prohibits you from being within 1000 feet of me. I will give you to the count of three to turn around and start running or I'm calling the police.
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      One...
    • 18 minutes ago
  • my2cents
  • Honey Dew
    Honey Dew started a discussion:
    • 48 minutes ago
  • Echooos
    Echooos replied to Are we going through a time of complete horror?:
    The red violin awesome movie, try the movie Perfume. 
    • 54 minutes ago
  • Randy D
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to Have you ever seen a UFO, been abducted or communicated with extraterrestrials?:
     
      Sure, just once in Danbury, Connecticut back in the late 1980s in the wee hours of the morning, I was taken away by someone who said she was going to do some out-of-this-world things to me. It turned out to be true, too, and I was released a...  more
    • 2 hours ago
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to When I marry the tree trainer next week, what do you think should be the first dance song at our wedding? :
      Changing your username and then reply with a question on a post you wrote yourself using a previous username in an attempt to appear as if you’re someone else and asking what you meant when you submitted the original post two years later is p...  more
    • 2 hours ago
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to When I marry the tree trainer next week, what do you think should be the first dance song at our wedding? :
     
      Being accused of fake news about fake weddings for delusional brides to non-existent grooms who don’t make me jealous doesn’t mean anything to me anymore.~
    • 2 hours ago
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to Would you remind me again of who you are, please?:
     
      Nice try, Coffee Spy.*Fast-forward thirty years later: 
    “Grandpa, we found this old picture of you taken on the day you abruptly retired from the spy business. Tell us that story again about the beautiful but conniving double agen...  more
    • 2 hours ago
  • Randy D
  • Just Asking
    Just Asking replied to Would you remind me again of who you are, please?:
    Shhhh! Don't draw attention to us! We've never met and I was never here. Got it? Good.Now, get in line and tell the barista you want two venti hot cocoas with five shots of espresso each, hold the cocoa. That's your code order, so you must say it exactly ...  more
    • 6 hours ago
  • Slartibartfast
  • Spunky
    Spunky replied to Is this a good definition?:
    I would have to say that's true.
    • 7 hours ago
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  • Thriftymaid
    Thriftymaid replied to January 6th number 2?:
    You got it. 
    • 8 hours ago
  • Shuhak
  • WelbyQuentin
    WelbyQuentin replied to To you, what is the most mistrusted profession?:
    Somewhere over past days I thought I saw a somewhat similar question that included prostitution. I don't exactly remember, though.I'm off- topic here,  but prostitution seems to me, when it is between two completely consenting adults, a very trustwor...  more
    • 8 hours ago
  • WelbyQuentin
    WelbyQuentin replied to Where does a thought go when it's forgotten?:
    It goes to composer Leroy Anderson   --"Forgotten Dreams"
    Since a very young boy listening to his parents' albums, I quickly knew this was my favorite from Leroy Anderson. It remains my favorite.  :)
    • 8 hours ago
  • WelbyQuentin
    WelbyQuentin replied to January 6th number 2?:
    (Maybe I'm incorrect but I took your answer as tongue-in-cheek  -  that the actual calendar date of January 6 happens every year.)
    • 9 hours ago
  • WelbyQuentin
    WelbyQuentin replied to What’s left to say?:
    I really, really, love the original and I only listened to this cover until I knew for sure it was the song.  :)
    • 9 hours ago
  • WelbyQuentin
    WelbyQuentin replied to What’s left to say?:
     THAT IS MY FAVORITE ABBA SONG!!!! YES, I'M YELLING!!!  :) :) :) :) :) SO GORGEOUS TO ME!! I like the music video, too.
    • 9 hours ago
  • WelbyQuentin
    WelbyQuentin replied to Is this a good definition?:
    It made me smile and that's good enough for me.  :)
    • 9 hours ago
  • WelbyQuentin
  • Slartibartfast
    Slartibartfast replied to Would you remind me again of who you are, please?:
    I'm the Vegemite smuggler whose agents have infiltrated a sammich making dungeon facility in SD.
    • 9 hours ago
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to Though normally a deep sleeper, what types of things might keep Randy D awake at night?:
     
      It’s better that way. Now that there’s no longer an employer/employee connection to tiptoe around, we can get back to hanky-panky just like old times . . .
    ~
    • 9 hours ago
  • WelbyQuentin
    WelbyQuentin replied to Favorite childhood toy?:
    Me, TOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!And my two siblings would agree, too!!!
    • 9 hours ago
  • WelbyQuentin
    WelbyQuentin replied to Are we going through a time of complete horror?:
    And woops --  I realize I meant "intimate," not "immediate." I give up. Time to go to bed.:)
    • 9 hours ago
  • WelbyQuentin
    WelbyQuentin replied to Are we going through a time of complete horror?:
    For SURE.  :)
    • 9 hours ago
  • Randy D
  • Slartibartfast
    Slartibartfast started a discussion:
    • 10 hours ago
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  • CosmicWunderkind
    CosmicWunderkind replied to Why do you think you are not a computer simulation? :
    Because there is grease, grit, grime and gross.Because there are serial killers apparently.
    • 10 hours ago
  • DannyPetti
    DannyPetti replied to Who will like more work pages to do & get more points and other items with guessing them right?:
    If today's Friday, then maybe at the next coming Tuesday?
    • 10 hours ago
  • SavvyAnsley
    SavvyAnsley replied to If we learn and improve from our mistakes, why are we so afraid of making mistakes? :
    Mistakes are often painful. Most of us don't enjoy pain. 
    • 10 hours ago
  • DannyPetti
  • DannyPetti
    DannyPetti replied to Which business entity incessantly sends you more email messages than you really care to receive?:
    From the mail app-the President stuff, other mails containing surveys, something like conartist scam advertisement, etc.
    • 10 hours ago
  • CosmicWunderkind
  • CosmicWunderkind
    CosmicWunderkind replied to Costly diseases go away. Guns are totally outlawed. Rents are cheap. The dictators die. Work is always had. Climate crisis goes away?:
    Baby gets proper food now! What a joke. When baby food gets scarce, the world is going downhill fast Faustian! Faustian let's see. Yup!

    Faustian
    ...  more
    • 10 hours ago
  • SavvyAnsley
    SavvyAnsley replied to Why do you think you are not a computer simulation? :
    Because I don't want to. 
    • 10 hours ago
  • SavvyAnsley
    SavvyAnsley replied to Though normally a deep sleeper, what types of things might keep Randy D awake at night?:
    I'm afraid there's a problem with your background check. Too many restraining orders. I've given the assignment to Stu. 
    • 10 hours ago
  • DannyPetti
    DannyPetti replied to Costly diseases go away. Guns are totally outlawed. Rents are cheap. The dictators die. Work is always had. Climate crisis goes away?:
    I'm not sure if I may get just about all of these (good) stuff (here).
    • 10 hours ago
  • SavvyAnsley
    SavvyAnsley replied to What’s left to say?:
    • 10 hours ago
  • SavvyAnsley
  • SavvyAnsley
    SavvyAnsley replied to What’s left to say?:
    I'm sure we'll think of something. 
    • 11 hours ago
  • SavvyAnsley
    SavvyAnsley replied to What’s left to say?:
    I agree this is not good. I've heard worse, though.
    • 11 hours ago
  • Nanoose
    Nanoose replied to How about those Wolverines?:
    2 poorly trained Russian soldiers after Hugh Jackman tears the torrent off their tank and drops in a grenade. Russian soldier # 1 - is potato? Russian soldier # 2 - nyet. Cheers and happy weekend!
    • 11 hours ago
  • Randy D
    Randy D replied to I’ve been through this plenty of times, just follow my lead. They put us in separate interrogation rooms as soon as we get to the station,:
     
      *Most-searched topics on Savvy’s computer:9. paying a gigolo without being found out8. how to help “a friend” conduct searches for a  long-lost lover in Minneapolis/Saint Paul7. Randy D watch 6. overcoming fear of...  more
    • 11 hours ago
  • SavvyAnsley
    SavvyAnsley replied to Are the sounds you hear just as nourishing as the food you eat?:
    Most of the time. Early mornings are best, with the birds singing. 
    • 11 hours ago