“Your father wants to drive you to the airport and have a talk with you,” my mom said. Even at the ripe young age of 32, these words scared the crap out of me.
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"Did I forget to mention that your uncles and I are immune to poison ivy? Doesn’t do shit to us. So maybe you’ve got a 50/50 chance of catching that gene, son."
Originally, I bought the zipper tie as a joke, but since nobody in my family wears ties except for me, I thought I may as well give this one a shot.
My friends wonder what the hell I'm doing with my free time seeing crap like Panic Room and Eagle Eye, but at least I don't get high and turn on my cable.
When I realized the "ZXCY" keys on my laptop wouldn't work, along with Control, Function, that Windows thing, or Alt, I called my buddy WAM for a quick fix.
I made the move from PaperMate to Bic when I worked in an office and could steal better pens. Then I got laid off.
"I must get my thwarting-death genes from you then, huh Dad?" I said. "Nope. You get that from your mother," he replied.
All the coolness of the firehouse made me start questioning my choice of profession as a boring-ass teacher.
I dont just use my old boxers to nestle up with my nether regions. They serve many other purposes, like alternative Q-Tips and kitchen rags.
If you've ever seen me, or a photo of me, it's pretty obvious I'm a dude. I usually wear a beard or a five-o'clock shadow. But some Korean girls are confused.
When you sport any amount of tattoos, no matter what they are, people will show you theirs, tell you about their ideas or ask you how much their ideas will cost.
<p class="MsoNormal"><img src="/files/u46/bounce_bulletproof.jpg" width="363" height="273" /></p> <p class="MsoNormal">It always seems rare to find somebody who doesn’t drink. Even more, a young person. Even more so, a bouncer. And again even more so, a bouncer at my old bar. Then I met Mick.</p>