Buffy: A Guide, but no water or food. So it leads me to the sacred place and then a week later it leads you to my bleached bones? Giles: Buffy, really. It takes more than a week to bleach bones.

'Dirty Girls'


Natter 55: It's the 55th Natter  

Off-topic discussion. Wanna talk about corsets, duct tape, or physics? This is the place. Detailed discussion of any current-season TV must be whitefonted.


tommyrot - Nov 02, 2007 6:18:57 am PDT #10 of 10001
Sir, it's not an offence to let your cat eat your bacon. Okay? And we don't arrest cats, I'm very sorry.

The sausage & egg mcmuffin is the same way for me. Pure crack.

Yep. It's even better if you drink hot coffee or tea with it.

Now I'm getting hungry, and I had steak and eggs for breakfast. Time for second breakfast?


brenda m - Nov 02, 2007 6:19:22 am PDT #11 of 10001
If you're going through hell/keep on going/don't slow down/keep your fear from showing/you might be gone/'fore the devil even knows you're there

Now I want hashbrowns, dammit.


SuziQ - Nov 02, 2007 6:19:25 am PDT #12 of 10001
Back tattoos of the mother is that you are absolutely right - Ame

Shiney!!!!

Ok, back to the coke conversation.

We work in a "drug free environment", though there is no drug testing. So unless you walk in on someone indulging, there is no way to prove that someone is working under the influence. Instead we get to suffer under their abuse.


Jesse - Nov 02, 2007 6:20:05 am PDT #13 of 10001
Sometimes I trip on how happy we could be.

Our office supplies vendor apparently just gave us an enormous tin of popcorn, which is TOTALLY my crack. But will tide me over until an appropriate lunch time.


Toddson - Nov 02, 2007 6:21:23 am PDT #14 of 10001
Always support bacteria. They're the only culture some people have.

First time I've been around for turnover - yay!


Trudy Booth - Nov 02, 2007 6:21:33 am PDT #15 of 10001
Greece's financial crisis threatens to take down all of Western civilization - a civilization they themselves founded. A rather tragic irony - which is something they also invented. - Jon Stewart

(Cocaine is definitely the drug I'm tempermentally susceptible to being addicted to.)

Heh. I feel that way about opiates. Mmmmm percocet. The oxy thing was the first time I ever felt a flicker of compassion for Rush Limbaugh because that stuff has got to be MAD fun.

If I'm ever given six months to live I think I'll take up heroin.


Emily - Nov 02, 2007 6:22:52 am PDT #16 of 10001
"In the equation E = mc⬧, c⬧ is a pretty big honking number." - Scola

Whoah. I'm just about never around for turnover.

(Cocaine is definitely the drug I'm tempermentally susceptible to being addicted to.)

Yeah, I read the post and thought, "Wow, I could use an upper." Except I'm too nervous (and, you know, law-abiding) to do illegal drugs, and nothing ever seems to be quite as positive as its press, so I guess I'll stick to coffee.

Edited because I am not too law-abiding to do legal drugs.


bon bon - Nov 02, 2007 6:23:06 am PDT #17 of 10001
It's five thousand for kissing, ten thousand for snuggling... End of list.

I do like this title.


tommyrot - Nov 02, 2007 6:23:23 am PDT #18 of 10001
Sir, it's not an offence to let your cat eat your bacon. Okay? And we don't arrest cats, I'm very sorry.

We work in a "drug free environment", though there is no drug testing.

One of the first times my bosses left me alone, Jeff (the more hippy-ish boss) said, "Close the door if you're going to get stoned." I couldn't tell if he was joking. (I'd never done anything to give the impression I smoked pot.) I think I said something like, "I wouldn't get much programming done."


Laga - Nov 02, 2007 6:23:23 am PDT #19 of 10001
You should know I'm a big deal in the Resistance.

If I'm ever given six months to live I think I'll take up Heroin.

This is also my brother's plan.