Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Last'sGal, Mar 16, 2018.
It's okay, I was attempting to be tongue-in-cheek!
If FU$=7m+(7m*.05) per year,
then IDGAF's are actually pretty expensive. But likes, on the other hand, are dirt cheap. I think you've stumbled onto something.
I always figured that’s what the smilie Shane88 used meant. You telling me it doesn’t???
It's nice to share.
= crazy guy* .... anyone following you around on social media to be a pita is crazy
that's what I meant :|
*according to tgp emotithingo anyhoo ... to me it looks a bit risqué
Rhett Butler said it best; "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a d**m".
did he tweet that?
Someone got Rhett Butthurt.
Were you saying "IDGA Fig"? I often hear this phrase on morning classic rock talk radio. Just wondering.
I'm wondering wtf is morning classic talk rock radio.
I have a feeling that I may not gaf.
Usually involves the morning drive show from 7 to 10 AM on some of what was Clear Channel Radio, now iHeart Radio. I used to listen to this when traveling during morning drive times in town several years back. The morning show was also advertised in the afternoon with small animated audio clips that featured the morning show hosts who used the phrase, "IDGA Fig."
I do believe my gut feeling was perspicacious in this particular instance.
I think "DGAL" or IDGAL" is going to send minds towards something different.
Or maybe it's just me.
That would be the radio edit, I suppose
You know country singer Trace Atkins once worked on an oil rig?
(WOAOR) = worked on an oil rig)
You said brain spew
Let's see about extending that concept to other figures of speech. It sure gives a whole new spin to the line from Death of a Salesman about the importance of being well-liked.
Why don't you go like yourself?
Like you and the horse you rode in on.
So you're saying that in the end the likes you take are equal to the likes you make?
Is that true?