Discussion in 'The Chatterbox' started by Intrigued, Aug 4, 2016.
The difference is, the doctor uses a lubricating gel; the IRS uses chunky peanut butter.
Fairly significant storm just rolled through
I hate it when I forget to drop a knife into my pocket.
I've felt half-dressed all day.
Just be sure to close the knife first or you really will be half dressed. I doubt that short shorts are a good look for you.
I usually have 3. A Spydeco Manix 2, a Case medium Stockman, and a Leatherman Juice.
And the only time I wear regular shorts are for swimming or sleeping.
Case Medium Stockman - they make up the majority of my collection.
My current everyday carry is the pocket worn Bermuda Green model.
I love to watch the swimming & volleyball, in the Olympics, as I played those sports in school (Though nowhere near Olympic level.) At just under 5'9" I was never the tallest girl on the teams, but I was one of the tallest. I laugh when I realize that, at these events, I'd be the shrimp.
You wear irregular shorts?
Ok, so apparently there are short shorts, regular shorts, and irregular shorts.
For the record, I don't often wear shorts, but when I do, I wear regular shorts.
Well, Steve, it's true what they say... once it's on the internet, it stays there...
I think I found that spring break pic...
Yes, an extremely well executed 'stache.
But I have never "pomped" my hair, and my ears are not even pierced, let alone... what do they call those rings? And the nose ring?!?! Fugidaboutit.
Darn it. The Penguinators will be getting punished for messing up again.
FTW, those rings are called "flesh tunnels" to be technical. I call them hockey pucks.
And nose ring... totally don't get. blech.
That's gorgeous!!!! Did you grow it from seed? Or buy a sapling? Also, what tools do you use and can you recommend decent ones that won't break the bank?
I hadn't heard from the CEO of the energy company I am trying to get in with, so I emailed him last night. Glad I did! It turns out his email didn't go though to me and we are in the process of setting up a meeting/interview.
Man this is exciting!!
It's a true startup, but they are well in their way to becoming very successful.
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Good thing his mouth's closed, or you'd see his tongue stud.
Firstly, thanks. I got this plant by accident. I ordered some plants from a Bonsai supplier and they mistakenly sent me someone else's order. When I called, they said to keep it, as it would never survive being mailed a second time. To get it to bend downward, it has to be wrapped with wire & gently bent. You leave the wire on for 4-6 months & then cut it away. So you need bonsai wire, wire cutters & some very sharp shears for small plants like that one. You may need larger shears and some specialized cutters for larger plants. I have seen some good quality, modestly priced tools at www.stonelantern.com
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