Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by BabyBlues, Dec 6, 2011.
Good Morning all, Going to be another beautiful day here! Happy Friday Everyone!
Morning all! Its gray and ooky out but its Friday!
Great weather here. 70's for the last week. I passed through Albuquerque in January, made me itch to move back. But then I got out of the dustbowl into Santa Fe and Red River, and the itch went away, lol.
Seriously, I miss NM some times. It's definitely got its charm.
Aww. Chin up, man. Maybe if Darth turns out to be a psycho or something, BB will agree to a date with you!
We have an area of the city that is turned into about a 6-8 city block party called Shamrock the Block. Bands, food, vendors, green beer, lots of "Irish Yoga". Between that, the VCU game and Elton John being in town tomorrow for a show, all within 1 mile of each other, I am dreading the ensuing traffic nightmare.
Ugh. Count yourself fortunate that you don't have to deal with the Taste of Chicago, Air and Water Show, or if you live where I do, 40 thousand people driving through your neighborhood every other afternoon for the Cubs game.
Same goes for me (except that Linux part -I'm just not ready for that one yet!) lol!
Again, a big thank you from someone trying to learn a lot more about the device I dearly love! You guys are the best!
Lol. Han are you a pimp as a side job?
I use to live in Lincoln Park, I remember the craziness!
PARTY @ AntimonyER's next year! (um... How many can we fit in the house without going over fire code?)
I honestly didn't know that about Savannah!
Usually our biggest concern in Ohio is all the college kids partying (the worst are typically near me, University of Dayton anyone?) lol!
Easy there, BB! I did say maybe, lol.
Besides, it might not be beneficial to you to suggest I'm a pimp, when you are the one I'm trying to hook up with someone!
There's not enough money in the world. LOL I don't even live in the city I work in...I live in a tiny 8 square mile city 20 miles from where all this goes on, so at least I don't have to deal with it in my back yard. I'm a suburban girl.
Hahaha! So you're like the big brother (who I think is actually younger) that is trying to hook up his sister and his friend. I get it.
Yeah, he's a young'un. I'm pretty sure I have bras older than him.
Sheesh. I'm 32!! I feel so old.
You must take really good care of those!
Shush you - I'm gonna be 34 this year. Actually, I get to celebrate with Darth.
Also, I was trying to hook you up with someone who feels as if they are unattractive. Poor guy. Although not everyone wants to be hooked up, I suppose, so I might have jumped the gun.
My but expectations will be running rampant, won't they.
Nope. I'm just happy he is going to be here. That in itself is a great birthday gift.
Please... I'll share a little secret with you: Not acting your age helps prevent you from feeling your age. I turned 42 last week, and I feel like I'm still 29. In fact, probably better than I did when I was 29.
Okay, well maybe not...I did wear a bra at 10, but I dare say...I've long since outgrown the ones I had when Han was born.
Hmm, my wife always complains I act like a teenager.
Me too. Not to sound like a girl, but I'm kind of disappointed that men nowadays seem to be bigger versions of children. Video games, comic book movies, imitating Homer Simpson and Peter Griffin for laughs. Don't get me wrong, I'm as much in that group as anyone else, but what the frak happened?
That's actually one of the things I love about my husband. He keeps me young. Our kids are funny...before they bring anyone home to meet us, they try to warn them about us.
As long as the bigger versions understand some responsibility then its all good.
Yeah, I have my theories, but it's too political to get into here. Basically it comes down to society accepting this behavior, and in ways encouraging it. It's sad, but men aren't allowed to be MEN.
Well, if I keep my age minus 10-12 years thing going on, in 6-7 more years she will come to appreciate it as well?