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#52 Jan 31 2004 at 12:17 AM Rating: Decent
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Mmmmmm... Beerios. Two birds with one stone. Daily dose of beer, and a healthy breakfast!
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And all the makings of a great dose of diarrhea. Hello, toilet!

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#54 Jan 31 2004 at 12:19 AM Rating: Excellent
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Seems I may have had a case of the verbal kind...



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#55 Jan 31 2004 at 12:21 AM Rating: Good
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Never had a problem with that, surprisingly.
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You've probably not been forwarding much spam then. The constipation you get from ignoring warnings on spam cancels out the diarrhea from the beerios. And you thought you were just "regular"...pfffhhht.
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#57 Jan 31 2004 at 12:36 AM Rating: Good
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Ahhh... that explains everything. Cause I get constipated when I don't have my Beerios in the morning. That should bee a new product line.

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Millions I tell you, Millions!
Edit: Spelling, **** keys, too close together

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Metallica is sweet. If you like them, you should download some Systematic. You'd like 'em. Some good songs include "Deep Colors Bleed", "Beginning of the End", "If Only", and "Jane Doe". Check them out, they are the shiznit.
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#59 Jan 31 2004 at 5:46 PM Rating: Decent
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try beer with peanuts that way you can play along with everything from techno to bach
#60 Jan 31 2004 at 7:28 PM Rating: Excellent
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I wish my healthy breakfast this morning would have gotten me hammered. What a **** day. /grumble
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Mmmmmm, beerios. The only thing better than that would have to be Captain Jack. When Captain Crunch and Jack Daniels team up, there's no stopping them!!
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#62 Feb 01 2004 at 4:32 AM Rating: Excellent
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Nadenu wrote:
- I met my husband online.


Now, this is interesting...do tell, Nadenu. How did you meet? How long was it before you met in real life? How did you know he was a stallion?

Anyone else met someone online?

/shakes fist

Spill it!!



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#63 Feb 01 2004 at 3:25 PM Rating: Default
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Met my husband online..
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#64 Feb 01 2004 at 3:28 PM Rating: Decent
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I've gone out with some girls I met online but they were psycho **** That's about par for me anyways.
#65 Feb 01 2004 at 5:43 PM Rating: Excellent
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Long story short, (maybe) I had to stay home a lot at night because I was a single mother who hated to get a sitter, and I was also short on cash. So once I was able to get online, I started chatting, mainly out of bordom (yes, really, lol).

He and I visited the same local chat room, chatted for about a month or so, exchanged pics, and I did something extraordinarily stupid, I invited him up for a weekend, not knowing anything about him except what we had said online and on the phone. Oh, and an online friend told me he was cute and nice, hehe.

Anyway, he came up, stayed the night, (we lived about 2 hours apart) and that was 4 1/2 years ago. I got lucky, he's not Jeffery Dahmer (at least he hasn't busted out that side of himself yet).
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/sigh, I knew I would double post...

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Nadenu wrote:
I invited him up for a weekend, not knowing anything about him except what we had said online and on the phone.


Awww, Nadenu, that is so romantic. So, on a scale of 1 to 10, how nervous were you meeting him for the first time? LOL. I'd **** my pants! I've never "met" anyone online before. Seems like it would be a unique challenge to get to know someone.



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#68 Feb 01 2004 at 7:18 PM Rating: Excellent
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Merrikat and I met online too, 4 years ago as of Feb 14th.
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Merrikat and I met online too, 4 years ago as of Feb 14th.


Really, Angua? WOW - I had no idea "online meeting" was becoming so common. I have 2 friends that have met people online, one is now married to the person they met. When I heard that he had found this person online, inside I kinda shook my head. I mean how can you really meet someone over the internet, right? He explained to me how, because they had to chat via messenger and the like, they cut to the chase faster. There was none of the usual games you play when you meet someone you are attracted to. They talked a lot and got to know each so well before they had even set eyes on each other. Then they met in the US for a week, not in her hometown, and stayed together in a little B & B. So romantic. I'd kill for a little romance, right now.

/logs on to chat room. Smiley: sly
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A good friend of mine met her husband in a chat room. Merri and I didn't meet that way ... as I think I've mentioned, I dislike chat rooms and have only visited them with the intent to cause fighting. =) We met because of the mutual like of a little known band and their guestbook. Etc.

What your friend told you is right ... you can get to know someone pretty fast if all you do is talk via email/instant messenger/phone.

I still think meeting people on line is strange though. Smiley: laugh Basically, I just got lucky.
#71 Feb 02 2004 at 9:02 AM Rating: Decent
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So, Visagoth is brave enough to venture into the land of useless and uninteresting facts about Tare.
Challenge accepted (sorry I'm late, been busy)
Well, I defy you to read on!

- I am wearing a pink sweater today. And pants too!
Hopefully the undergarmets coordinate

- I am eating a tuna sandwich for lunch.
tuna is tasty

- I am listening to silly lovie dovie songs.
Admission is the first step to recovery

- I haven't done any real work in weeks.
Your up to par with 75% of the American Work Force

- I slept in this morning, just because I could.
I envy you, I haven't slept worth a **** in years

- I'm a movie watching snob.
Movies are one of my favorite pastimes

- I hate the coffee mug I have on my desk. It says "You're the Best" on it. Constantly reminds me of how far from being the best I am.
Take a magic marker, mark out the word "the" and replace it with an "a". Then add an "a" to the word best, you'll feel better

- I love bananas.
Hmmmmmmn What exactly do you like about them?


Edited, Mon Feb 2 11:31:10 2004 by Visagoth
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#72 Feb 02 2004 at 9:47 AM Rating: Excellent
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Take a magic marker, mark out the word "the" and add an "a" to the word best, you'll feel better


*Enter Grammar Nazi*

So would that be "You're Besta" or "You're Beast"?

I think she'd need to add one more 'a' if I'm correct in thinking you meant "You're a beast".

Or maybe she could change it to "You're breast" Smiley: laugh
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#73 Feb 02 2004 at 11:34 AM Rating: Decent
K, its corrected now. was supposed to say "Your a beast" much akin to "your an animal" You know like wild and stuff. Not at all intended to mean something like hey you look like a gorrilla or anything like that.
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#74 Feb 02 2004 at 11:39 AM Rating: Excellent
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Hmmm...I like that. "You're the beast" - so much more in touch with who I really am. Now if only I could remove stupid, smiling suns. Curse the old broad that gave me this cup! The suns even have sunglasses on...how ironic.

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#75 Feb 02 2004 at 12:01 PM Rating: Excellent
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I was nervous, but it wasn't nearly as bad as you'd think. Excited would be more like it. And amazed at how well we still got along in person. I had met other people IRL before that I had a great time with online, but in the flesh, we had nothing to say. So, it was a nice surprise that it wasn't just an "online personality" that he had shown me. He was really a funny, smart and sweet guy. =)

Angua, how long did you and Merri "talk" before meeting IRL? And when did you start living together? (if I can ask, hehe). My hubby and I alternated driving to see each other on weekends for 8 months before I moved to his end of the state so we could live together.
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Angua, how long did you and Merri "talk" before meeting IRL? And when did you start living together?


Let's see. We met on Valentine's day when she sent me an email about my web site (which was actually something back then). Took about three weeks before we started talking on the phone. She flew out to San Diego (from Atlanta) after maybe two months, and two and a half months after that I flew to Atlanta and helped her move out.

So it was pretty quick. When it's right and you know it's right, there isn't any reason to mess around, IMO.
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Angua wrote:
So it was pretty quick. When it's right and you know it's right, there isn't any reason to mess around, IMO.


You're right about that. See, hubby had just gotten out of a bad marriage and was a bit gun-shy. That's why we drove the 2 hours on the weekends for so long. I knew we were right for each other, I just had to wait for him to come around, lol.
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I didn't meet Flea online, but it did have a huge role in keeping us together.

She was 3 hours ahead of me, so I'd leave my computer on, and in the morning around 6 am I'd hear that "ding" from aol instant messanger.

Then during lunch at college I'd be in the library chatting again, that, many phone cards, and many used cell phone minutes kept us from going crazy while I was 3000 miles away from her.
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Nadenu wrote:
I knew we were right for each other, I just had to wait for him to come around, lol.


Oh you two...such nice stories. Who loves love? Tare loves love. I think that's so romantic; kinda like the old days when people corresponded by mail and that was what held them together. And a little distance doesn't hurt when building sexual tension either. Smiley: wink2

I don't know. I think the thing that has killed the internet as a tool for meeting people for me is the enormous amount of a) weirdos on the net and b) requests for cyber-action I get when online. I'd honestly be open to meeting someone online if I thought for a second they weren't a panty-wearing, greased up construction worker from Toledo. Although, at this point I might be slightly more entertained by that than anything else I've got going on!

Weirdos - send me e-mail, dammit!



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Just say the word and I'll wierd you away! Muahahahaha!!
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Tare, I've found that the best love affairs happen when you don't want or need them.
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#82 Feb 02 2004 at 4:07 PM Rating: Excellent
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Hmmm. I hope you're right, Miss Flea. Actually, I have a b/f right now, but not the most exciting moment in our relationship. I get bored so easily and then, well then, I get into trouble.

Ahhh sweet trouble. So delightful. So addicting.

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The Glorious Atomicflea wrote:
Tare, I've found that the best love affairs happen when you don't want or need them.


I was gonna say that, but I got hit by the lazies, hehe. Sucks when you just can't muster up the engery to type something.
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The Glorious AtomicFlea wrote:
I've found that the best love affairs happen when you don't want or need them.

Know what Flea? This is absolutely, 100% right. It seems that when one is looking for a woman, you never seem to find any. But the second you find a girl you like, BAM!! Single girls left and right. Why does that always happen?

**** Murphy and his "law"...
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#85 Feb 03 2004 at 6:27 PM Rating: Good
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So when you were young, Tare, and your Mom said it's time to go to sleep, you'd pitch a fit and throw a temper tantrum all the way into the bedroom?

You must have been a rotten child...

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Yes, Totem, I was, am, are, is rotten child. And you just leave "sl" where it is, you little rotter.

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#87 Feb 03 2004 at 7:49 PM Rating: Excellent
What about sounds associated with that?

Like, after the temper tantrum to your bedroom, would slamming your door **** you off even more?
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#88 Feb 03 2004 at 7:53 PM Rating: Excellent
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Nope, but slapping you out might have helped. STOP IT!!!
SL must die.
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#89 Feb 03 2004 at 7:56 PM Rating: Excellent
AAaahhhh! She said the word which the Knights of Ni can not hear!

We cringe at the sound of it!

Oh no, I've said it!

Ah, I said it again!!

Ni!

/Slides away to avoid Tare's wrath.
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Eep!

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Oooo, somebody is lining up for a flaming...
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#93 Feb 03 2004 at 11:31 PM Rating: Excellent
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Ohh Katie, you forgot slut. I can see why you might wanna omit that one. Smiley: laugh
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#94 Feb 03 2004 at 11:38 PM Rating: Default
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No, I figured with you being the retired hussy.. you would know all about being a slut..
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#95 Feb 03 2004 at 11:40 PM Rating: Excellent
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Nah, I think it was more of the I-better-not-say-slut-or-it-will-come-back-to-haunt-me variety. It's ok. I fixed it up for you.
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#96 Feb 04 2004 at 12:28 AM Rating: Default
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lol what ever chica!Smiley: inlove
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lol what ever chica!Smiley: inlove
Geez...and you call me lovestruck. Katie: the girl whose posts make absolutely no sense to me. Chica chica!

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#98 Feb 04 2004 at 12:34 AM Rating: Good
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lol what ever chica!


See how much of an influence I am here?

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#99 Feb 04 2004 at 8:44 AM Rating: Decent
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Know what Flea? This is absolutely, 100% right. It seems that when one is looking for a woman, you never seem to find any. But the second you find a girl you like, BAM!! Single girls left and right. Why does that always happen?

**** Murphy and his "law"...


You see it works a little something like this. When a female sees that you are single they automatically assume that there is something wrong with you (because you don't have a woman). However, when a female sees you with a girly on your arm it peeks their interest. They start to think, hey what does this girl see in this guy? They get curious and then they begin to want you. They want whatever it is that this girl likes you for. Women are very jealous of each other and according to them a good man is hard to find. When in all actuality, the good men are sitting at home because they can't find a date, much like the women who want them. You see itís a catch 22. You just about need a woman to get one. Much like you need a credit card to establish credit so you can get a credit card.


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Hmmm, never thought about it that way. Us young'ns should just walk around campus wearing signs on our chests that read "Single and looking" or "Drunk and easy" ya know? That would make things a lot easier...
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#101 Feb 04 2004 at 11:02 AM Rating: Decent
No no, you guys have it all wrong.

It's not having the girlfriend, it's the confidence in you that you get from having a girlfriend that they are attracted to.

Believe me, I "realized" that girls loved me when I was taken back in highschool. Tried "having a girlfriend" when I was single to see if it worked. That wasn't it. Found this out in 9th grade, when I made out with a 12th grader. Confidence went way up, as did my appeal to the ladies.

Note to future son: Make out with people in 11th grade too, that way, when school is over and all the 12th graders you made out with leave for college, you won't have to start from scratch.
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