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PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2014 9:00 am 
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All those citrus trees sound divine annak. I adore kumquats. I hope you get the place!

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The best thing about watching TV on the internet is getting to see your favorite ads over, and over, and over, and over again!

ETA: and I think we found a house we like, knock on wood, but we have to wait for them to register it with the base and inspected and everything. It's not the biggest place we looked at, but it's got lots of space and seems secure and, youse guys, it has CITRUS TREES. Lots of lemons, tangerines, oranges, and even a kumquat tree that makes the most deliiiiicious kumquats. So if we ever get to move in, it will be an epic firestorm of limoncello and lemonade.


We were watching Peppa Pig and the ad was one in which a man is hitting a woman repeatedly across the face so that was awesome.

I hope you get that place! it sounds fantastic! Italy flicks the weasel!

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I never remember people, but people always remember me and it makes things awkward. I ran into someone today who asked me if my mom still worked at the animal shelter and went on to ask about the animals there. Obviously I had met him before at some point, but I had no idea who he was! Sometimes people on the street will greet me by name and ask about my family members by name, and the entire time I am thinking, "Who the fork are you?" I worry that they'll notice how vague my questions are ("And how is, uh, your family?") and figure out that I don't have the faintest clue who they are.

Or maybe I've never met any of them, and it's just an elaborate scheme to fork with me.


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Maybe I'll send him off to the Hague for trial. Because I'm not letting him inside if he does it again.


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I never remember people, but people always remember me and it makes things awkward. I ran into someone today who asked me if my mom still worked at the animal shelter and went on to ask about the animals there. Obviously I had met him before at some point, but I had no idea who he was! Sometimes people on the street will greet me by name and ask about my family members by name, and the entire time I am thinking, "Who the fork are you?" I worry that they'll notice how vague my questions are ("And how is, uh, your family?") and figure out that I don't have the faintest clue who they are.

Or maybe I've never met any of them, and it's just an elaborate scheme to fork with me.


My dad lives in a small town, and this used to happen to me a lot if I actually went anywhere other than his house. I lived there when I was 8, and I'm 25 now, and covered in tattoos. How can they even recognize me as the same person?

Anyway, I've never hesitated to say "Who are you?" in the friendliest tone possible, but I may have less tact than the average person.


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creep wrote:
raspberrycomplaint wrote:
I never remember people, but people always remember me and it makes things awkward. I ran into someone today who asked me if my mom still worked at the animal shelter and went on to ask about the animals there. Obviously I had met him before at some point, but I had no idea who he was! Sometimes people on the street will greet me by name and ask about my family members by name, and the entire time I am thinking, "Who the fork are you?" I worry that they'll notice how vague my questions are ("And how is, uh, your family?") and figure out that I don't have the faintest clue who they are.

Or maybe I've never met any of them, and it's just an elaborate scheme to fork with me.


My dad lives in a small town, and this used to happen to me a lot if I actually went anywhere other than his house. I lived there when I was 8, and I'm 25 now, and covered in tattoos. How can they even recognize me as the same person?

Anyway, I've never hesitated to say "Who are you?" in the friendliest tone possible, but I may have less tact than the average person.


I'm horrible with faces and names. I was at a trade fair this week and met up with a rep and introduced myself and she's said "We've met!" I swear, I was totally blank until she reminded me that she'd come in to the store with her dog and her boyfriend. The dog was the trigger and it all came back to me. I'd actually sat and spoken with this woman for at least an hour, not three months ago. WTH is wrong with me? (But I know I could pick her dog out of a lineup.)

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I got on a train this morning. Bought a ticket from the conductor. Got to my destination and then got fined because the conductor sold me a ticket for yesterday.

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I got on a train this morning. Bought a ticket from the conductor. Got to my destination and then got fined because the conductor sold me a ticket for yesterday.


Our rail systems are ace, aren't they? (Hope you get your fine cancelled/refunded. That's sheer incompetence.)

I ache from training and couldn't sleep properly from the aches but am always more tired after training so need more sleep but couldn't get it last night.


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lepelaar wrote:
creep wrote:
raspberrycomplaint wrote:
I never remember people, but people always remember me and it makes things awkward. I ran into someone today who asked me if my mom still worked at the animal shelter and went on to ask about the animals there. Obviously I had met him before at some point, but I had no idea who he was! Sometimes people on the street will greet me by name and ask about my family members by name, and the entire time I am thinking, "Who the fork are you?" I worry that they'll notice how vague my questions are ("And how is, uh, your family?") and figure out that I don't have the faintest clue who they are.

Or maybe I've never met any of them, and it's just an elaborate scheme to fork with me.


My dad lives in a small town, and this used to happen to me a lot if I actually went anywhere other than his house. I lived there when I was 8, and I'm 25 now, and covered in tattoos. How can they even recognize me as the same person?

Anyway, I've never hesitated to say "Who are you?" in the friendliest tone possible, but I may have less tact than the average person.


I'm horrible with faces and names. I was at a trade fair this week and met up with a rep and introduced myself and she's said "We've met!" I swear, I was totally blank until she reminded me that she'd come in to the store with her dog and her boyfriend. The dog was the trigger and it all came back to me. I'd actually sat and spoken with this woman for at least an hour, not three months ago. WTH is wrong with me? (But I know I could pick her dog out of a lineup.)


I am the saaaaaaame way with people/dogs. I know the names of more of my canine neighbors than of my human neighbors.

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Star wrote:
I got on a train this morning. Bought a ticket from the conductor. Got to my destination and then got fined because the conductor sold me a ticket for yesterday.


Our rail systems are ace, aren't they? (Hope you get your fine cancelled/refunded. That's sheer incompetence.)

I ache from training and couldn't sleep properly from the aches but am always more tired after training so need more sleep but couldn't get it last night.


Sorry to hear about the sleep, hopefully you will get some extra tonight!

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(But I know I could pick her dog out of a lineup.)

Haha, yes. I never forget a dog, and I never remember a human.


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I cooked 4 pounds of pinto beans and now I can't find the freezer space for them.

I feel like this was not my best thought out plan.

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Pinto bean party at zwingtip's! Bring whatever food or beverage you feel goes best with pinto beans and get ready for a good time. Yep, I just invited the entire PPK over to your place zwingtip. You can thank me after the awesome pinto party!

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So I'm about 99% sure the program I just spent an hour downloading, and that I cannot download again if something goes wrong, just crashed. When all I literally had left to do was press finish.

I am about to cry.

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OMG GUYS

So there was a screen hidden that wasn't showing up on my tool bar that I needed to fill some info before I could finish. I minimized some things on accident and then it popped up, so I finished installation and everything is okay.

(Though after I found that page and pushed submit there was about 15 seconds where it said it wasn't responding and I was very sad, but thankfully it managed to finish).


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Slept worse last night, still aching. Now I feel dizzy and wonder if a migraine is coming. I have too much work to do for a migraine!


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Slept worse last night, still aching. Now I feel dizzy and wonder if a migraine is coming. I have too much work to do for a migraine!


Sorry to hear you feel worse, I hope you feel better soon.

Last year when I went to the LABL fair in Liverpool I got a Ms Cupcake chocolate chip cookie which was the best cookie I have ever eaten, thick crunchy and chewy at the same time and full of flavour.
I went to this years LABL fair yesterday, got the same cookie from Ms Cupcake, it looked different (much flatter but wider so I thought they had just changed the shape). It was terrible, horrible texture and tasteless. So very disappointing

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