Does anyone else feel like listening to someone's dream is a waste of time. Don't get this confused with listening to someone's dreams as in hopes and ambitions, I mean someone who tells you about the fucked up dream they had last night.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Monday, April 19, 2010
So there's an ad in French for McDonald's breakfast burrito where a dude in a Mexican accent goes "Aye aye ya my nicest creation"
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Grumpy female co-worker: "Mmm, the raisin bran muffin they have upstairs are really good today."
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Notice to the person "singing" (I use the term very VERY loosely) in the cubicle near me: either fucking sing or shut the fuck up, but enough of the ear-grating, cringe-worthy, high pitched squealing.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
There's something stupid about writing "I forgot to mention" since you're the one who controls when you submit your text entry (or e-mail or whatever), you didn't forget to mention anything really. Just go back and change your shit before you send it. It's not like an actual conversation where you can't go back to edit what you said.