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10/10 What I learned this week

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Blimey, in Jolly Old England a gentleman does not discuss a lady's Foley. Let's not have another argy-bargy about it, though, else I'll get called a skiver again.

(Reading British slang over lunch is mildly enjoyable)

Thank you, I needed this.

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This one time, in Leicester Square, I was hanging out with that lady from Austin Powers and I asked if I made her horny. Then I took all my students to get their stomachs pumped because they drank too much on holiday, but along the way a surgeon asked my female compatriot to get his tea, and I said nothing, because I was not my female compatriot, then they came for me and there was no one left to speak! ... wait, where am I?

I really hate it when that happens.

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I love the "he might be on life support" reports.

He's intubated. No "might be" about it.

I like the reports we hear from media saying, "he is stable but in critical condition."

(Translation: the guy's brain dead. Learned that one a month in on the job.)

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Thing is, I totally read that in the voice of what's her name from American Pie.

"This one time, at band camp..."

Allison Hannigan

Who happens to be married to the son of a very dear old regular customer I had back in the old days of bartending. You might recognize his son as Wesley Windham Price.

(Who, incidentally, is from nowhere near that side of the pond.)

Mr. Windham Price senior drives an old boxy car that is likely from 1983, and is held together by duct tape and a prayer. Sports his old beat up flannels and occasional filthy denim overalls. When I realized who he was, my brain couldn't reconcile the stark contrast between father and the more pivotal role of son's career. Never would guess he was raised amongst chicken farmers.

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Damn it. I had a point to that ramble that was relevant and now it's gone.

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Blimey, in Jolly Old England a gentleman does not discuss a lady's Foley. Let's not have another argy-bargy about it, though, else I'll get called a skiver again.

(Reading British slang over lunch is mildly enjoyable)

I just read this in pirate.

You really are a spunky lad.

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I learned that the advertising that pops up here has very little to do with me. [ATTACH]19759[/ATTACH]this one is asking me to choose between two (presumably famous) young men, both of whom look positively...fetal to me.

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She didn't actually have sex with the broomstick, did she!?? I think that I would be so traumatized, I would never have sex.

ETA: My family is extremely conservative, so we never had the sex talk. But the closest we got to one was when I went off to college. Basically, it was, "If you have sex or get pregnant, we'll disown you."

I'll have the sex talk with you.

You'll have to sit down for this.

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Did you refuse to put in her Foley as well?

Hahahahahaha! Dogen!

This is the man who suggested the nursing student's jealous boyfriend Foley him up for practice, and so BF could see it was not sexual.

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She didn't actually have sex with the broomstick, did she!?? I think that I would be so traumatized, I would never have sex.

ETA: My family is extremely conservative, so we never had the sex talk. But the closest we got to one was when I went off to college. Basically, it was, "If you have sex or get pregnant, we'll disown you."

My mom was 16 when I was born. Then became a very conservative, very devout Lutheran. Our sex talk was "If you make me a grand mother before I'm 40, I'll kill you."

"Yes ma'am"

Never saw precious and I can't even stomach any kind of abuse on TV or movies.

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My mom was 16 when I was born. Then became a very conservative, very devout Lutheran. Our sex talk was "If you make me a grand mother before I'm 40, I'll kill you."

"Yes ma'am"

Never saw precious and I can't even stomach any kind of abuse on TV or movies.

Or in real life. People are crazy.

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Hahahahahaha! Dogen!

This is the man who suggested the nursing student's jealous boyfriend Foley him up for practice, and so BF could see it was not sexual.

I'm not saying that was the best idea I ever had, but it totally would have worked.

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