Discussion in 'The Pub' started by phoenix 7, Jan 2, 2017.
This sounds like an intriguing euphemism.
Ruh Roh is right!
OK, don't say I didn't warn you.
My thoughts exactly.
Oops! Thought I was in a three way with ayni and campy only. It was ...uh ...all.... just a.... kidding around okay?
I does no poopin at Starbucks!
There I go again every time I find a new buddy I end up smothering him.
Switch from beer to vodka, don't shower, but magically manage to do all the dishes and clean the apartment (hate messy quarters).
at least I was out of bed before noon, but the dishes are still piling up
Subway for lunch & then some practice driving, getting ready for another attempt at getting fully licensed
(not for me, I've been fully licensed since 2010)
I guess I don't know what I am missing
The only thing I do differently when the wife isn't home is crank the volume on the amp. I mean really open it up. She wouldn't complain if I cranked them when she's home but I keep the volume down as a courtesy.
My wife and five year old son were away for a few days last week.
The house was tidier than usual and this got to remain in the lounge room for a few days on the trot.
The thinline was bought last week as a Christmas and birthday present to myself.
Under normal circumstances, copious volumes of beer and wine would also be imbiled.
Farting without apology too.
Mothering we can handle. Trying to "sleep while holding a pillow against our ears" because of the racket down the hall is a far different story. An interesting one, but here's my take:
I go to work like normal, but I only use paper plates and plasticware during this time, and my guilty pleasure is urinating exclusively in the sinks and backyard. The dog doesn't seem to care.
Well, it is our own places, you know. We should remember that, much the same way rhythm guitarists stand behind and off-center from the band proper, that allows us (me included) to follow direction more easily and see a bigger picture (the audience, for example) viewing the active participants.
In this case, your dog (is his head tilting when you whiz?) is keenly interested when you take a leak, because unless you're marking a fire hydrant, that's his owner's markings your dog has to make sure no other pooch claims as his own. (It is almost a sure bet that 'Earl' is planting and watering just like you are...)