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I imagine that's more due to that they're wild animals and are unmanageable and i can't imagine there being much of a market for them.
I think Sam has gotten taller.
I'm sure Faye would love to hire her; it's paying her that's the problem.
Problem solved, it's an "internship."
And now I wish to know the story behind CHAOS LOAF.
There are some things that humanity is just not meant to dough.
I admire that Chaos Loaf was apparently worse than anything he can imagine Sam doing with power tools.
Edited by Noaqiyeum on Aug 27th 2019 at 10:37:40 AM
Power tools are a means to an end. Chaos Loaf was the end.
Edited by BaronPraxis on Aug 27th 2019 at 7:42:07 AM
"Adulthood is mostly more cleaning than you'd like."
It indeed is.
Also figuring out what you want to eat every night until you die.
My parents somehow hit upon a system where they sit down on Friday night with all the grocery store flyers and plan a week of dinners based on what's on sale, what our evening plans are, what we feel like eating this week, and what really cheap meals can stretch the budget. So they only have to decide what to have for dinner once a week.
When you're a kid, you wish you were an adult. When you're an adult you wish you could be a kid again.
When you're a kid, you wish you can stay up late. When you're an adult you wish you can go to bed earlier.
When you’re a kid you always hated napping. When you’re an adult every nap is like a gift from the heavens.
When you're a kid you loved playing videogames.
When you're an adult you...still love playing videogames.
Okay, I guess some things don't always change with age.
These are some very unfunny Russian Reversals.
Because they're true and depressing. That's adulthood for ya.
Some things about being a kid were nice, but on the whole I really do prefer being an adult.
That one time must have involved a very bad dog.
Impossible. No such thing as a bad dog.
It was a big red dog.
#4080: I told you emus kick hard.
Or a big fuchsia dog.
If it were a cassowary she'd be dead.
Weird thing; everyone, including the Australia tourist guidebooks, tells you how dangerous cassowaries are, but then I went to Sydney Zoo, went into a section of “Australian wildlife you can look at without a fence between you and the animals”, and there was a cassowary looking back at me with no sign of intent to disembowel.
Maybe the zoo staff keep it tranqued up or something.
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