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9 posts. Alias of captain yesterday.


Limeylongears wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
If they only went off while nobody was home. (why have I never made a pun off of your name before?)
Because that's gran's job...
You could borrow your kid's costume and be NobodysGnome.
Or wrap yourself in cured pork and become NobodysHam.

I already have squatter's rights on the attic.

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NobodysHome wrote:
lynora wrote:
Re: Ace hardware: holy crap, NH! That is terrible! I almost never shop at ace because they’re overpriced, and that is a good argument for not shopping there in the future.

The saddest part is that I won't shop at Home Depot, either, so it's a 25-30 minute drive to Truitt & White hardware, where I can pay $12 for 25 (twenty-five) 2 1/2" screws.

Then I used the screws.

OMG! You really don't understand the difference between good and bad tools 'til you use the good ones. Now I'm a screw snob.

Oh sure, you're getting gold plated screws but you won't even get me a new food dish for the fish heads!

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According to the updated community guidelines there are at least two rules I'm breaking with this post. :-)

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Oh! Company! Did you bring any fish heads!

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NobodysHome wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
If I did that, then not everyone here would get to see them. And I know that my joke mini-blitzes are the highlights of everyone's day, not just Kileanna's.
Nobody likes the humor on this thread...

Nobody wants his daily bucket of fish heads...

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Tacticslion wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

I don't know whether it's a legal thing or what (I suspect there are all kinds of laws restricting shipments of alcohol), but they really need to add red and white wine to their lists of stuff you need at home. (Above and beyond olive oil, salt, and pepper.)
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Yup. Our glorious state of California does allow alcohol shipments through the mail, but you have to have a 21+ year old at the delivery location sign for the package, and you can't just leave the package if nobody's home. Naturally, the vendor needs a license for this, too, and Blue Apron may not want to get that kind of beer and wine license (I hear it's a lot harder to get than a brick and mortar one). And if Blue Apron is multi-state, they have to deal with muntiple such licenses and the fact that a lot of states don't allow shipping alcohol through the mail at all.
Is, *ahem* nobody going to comment on this? *Ahem* nobody? Bueller?

Please forward ALL alcohol shipments directly to the attic.

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NobodysHome wrote:

I think a good rule of thumb is, "When you create a new alias just to provide support for yourself in a thread, then maybe, just maybe, you've gone too far."

Unless, of course, you're Captain Yesterday. In which case it's par for the course.

Are you sure you're not thinking of someone else, that doesn't sound like me. :-)

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NobodysHome wrote:

How to tell you are a family of hedonists:

Caller: Hello, this is Bliss spa calling to confirm your massage appointment on Thursday.
NobodysHome: We have an appointment on Thursday?
C: Yes, sir.
NH: Well, I'm sure we can get someone around here to show up. Go ahead and confirm.
C: Very good, sir, I've marked you as Confirmed.

Quick IM to NobodysWife
NH: Does someone have a massage appointment on Thursday?
NW: Yes! That's for me!
NH: *Phew!* I thought we were going to have to find someone to send over there...

Damn it!

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maybe two?