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NobodysHome wrote:

lynora, I'd get something like this. The swivel puts less lateral force on the kitchen faucet.

Agreed. Pulling on the hose is going to not only put pressure at the nozzle/adapter, but more importantly pull on the joint where the faucet meets the sink/base (Freehold, we know this to be true due to math and its specific application in physics).

That swivel will alleviate some of that, as long as you don't go nuts and yank on it.


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Naked Math.


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Ok, less wasting time, more mowey mowey.


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NobodysHome wrote:

lynora, I'd get something like this. The swivel puts less lateral force on the kitchen faucet.

Oh, sweet! Yeah, that would be perfect! Thanks for the tip! :)


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NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Today I have attained new ranks in low class, trashy, and mind-bogglingly stupid. It's only 90 here this afternoon but the heat index is 99. On my to-do list for this afternoon were the items touch up the color in my hair (which requires heat processing) and mow the lawn. So what did I do? I put the color on my hair, put on a plastic shower cap, and went outside to mow the lawn.

If I don't actually die of heat stroke, it will be because Hermione keeps bringing me iced tea.
No, I will not attempt this again.

OMG! Today I love you!

Can I get you a fluffy pink bathrobe and white bunny slippers to complete the look?

I can even get CY to throw them in a tar-and-gravel mixer to give them the proper "lived-in" look...

I was wearing men's large army pants and a mustard yellow "YOLO" shirt with various X-men and Avengers logos on it. Anything that says "YOLO" is worse than bunny slippers any day. (No, I didn't buy it. I swiped it from His Lordship's laundry room when we lived in Richmond. It's my hair dyeing shirt, so it's covered in stains.)


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lynora wrote:
I did give my family fair warning that it's a bad pain day by wearing The Shirt. On the front it says "My body is a temple, ancient & crumbling, probably cursed, harboring an unspeakable horror". I always wear it when I'm feeling extra bad because humor is an excellent coping mechanism :P

Really glad you're resting up and letting your body recover, but holy smokes, lady, do you know what's even better than a special hose attachment for your faucet (which, yes, you need like two days ago)?

Asking.
For.
Help.
I worry about you. Please don't do this to yourself.


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I don't work with tar.

Occasionally cement, but I gotta mix it in a wheelbarrow.


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Captain Yesterday (to football player laborer): When you go back to the shop can you pick up our water sprayer, it's the one that says "Don't drink, may contain microscopic society" on the side

Red Shirt (shaking his head): Sometimes when I'm working with you guys I can't tell if I'm at work or a sci-fi convention.


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lisamarlene wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Today I have attained new ranks in low class, trashy, and mind-bogglingly stupid. It's only 90 here this afternoon but the heat index is 99. On my to-do list for this afternoon were the items touch up the color in my hair (which requires heat processing) and mow the lawn. So what did I do? I put the color on my hair, put on a plastic shower cap, and went outside to mow the lawn.

If I don't actually die of heat stroke, it will be because Hermione keeps bringing me iced tea.
No, I will not attempt this again.

OMG! Today I love you!

Can I get you a fluffy pink bathrobe and white bunny slippers to complete the look?

I can even get CY to throw them in a tar-and-gravel mixer to give them the proper "lived-in" look...

I was wearing men's large army pants and a mustard yellow "YOLO" shirt with various X-men and Avengers logos on it. Anything that says "YOLO" is worse than bunny slippers any day. (No, I didn't buy it. I swiped it from His Lordship's laundry room when we lived in Richmond. It's my hair dyeing shirt, so it's covered in stains.)

I approve of pretty much everything you did (except nearly dying for heat stroke - don't do that, plsthnxkbai).


Sir Limey De Longears wrote:
Annothere evenynge of ye greatesworde, or montante, and oddsblood, if I keepeth this up, I shalle hath shoulders like unto GRATE SPHERES OF GRANYTTE.

Hey! Make sure you keep safe! ... but that rocks!


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NobodysHome wrote:
Feels a bit chilly because of the breeze. Puts vest back on...

damn you.


NobodysHome wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
MUgh. AC down in the house. Second time this year. Blech.

Aaaaaaaaand “record heat” today: 105 outside my window.

Oh, and our power outage. Gooooooood.

Looks at thermometer...

...starts typing...

...checks again and ponders the pain it might cause...

...walks away from keyboard.

NobodysHome wrote:
Feels a bit chilly because of the breeze. Puts vest back on...

*weeps with joy that there are those in the world who experience such sweet bliss*

(It's 90 in the house, now, and our outdoor thermometer suggests it's 106 or more.)


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lisamarlene wrote:

Today I have attained new ranks in low class, trashy, and mind-bogglingly stupid. It's only 90 here this afternoon but the heat index is 99. On my to-do list for this afternoon were the items touch up the color in my hair (which requires heat processing) and mow the lawn. So what did I do? I put the color on my hair, put on a plastic shower cap, and went outside to mow the lawn.

If I don't actually die of heat stroke, it will be because Hermione keeps bringing me iced tea.
No, I will not attempt this again.

hey, you could have had a naked black man mowing your lawn, but noooooo... 100 dollars an hour is too much money!


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Hey, that's a damn good slogan.

Need a naked black man to mow your lawn...?

I think those cards I will save for the married women exclusively.

No way that could backfire. I'd be stupid NOT to do this.


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Vanykrye wrote:
Naked Math.

stop trying to sell me on math, it's not gonna work.


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Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

lynora, I'd get something like this. The swivel puts less lateral force on the kitchen faucet.

Agreed. Pulling on the hose is going to not only put pressure at the nozzle/adapter, but more importantly pull on the joint where the faucet meets the sink/base (Freehold, we know this to be true due to math and its specific application in physics).

That swivel will alleviate some of that, as long as you don't go nuts and yank on it.

hey, I just said she needed an adapter, not the gibbering mouther that is math.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

lynora, I'd get something like this. The swivel puts less lateral force on the kitchen faucet.

Agreed. Pulling on the hose is going to not only put pressure at the nozzle/adapter, but more importantly pull on the joint where the faucet meets the sink/base (Freehold, we know this to be true due to math and its specific application in physics).

That swivel will alleviate some of that, as long as you don't go nuts and yank on it.

hey, I just said she needed an adapter, not the gibbering mouther that is math.

... but... and adapter... is built... from math...


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Tacticslion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

lynora, I'd get something like this. The swivel puts less lateral force on the kitchen faucet.

Agreed. Pulling on the hose is going to not only put pressure at the nozzle/adapter, but more importantly pull on the joint where the faucet meets the sink/base (Freehold, we know this to be true due to math and its specific application in physics).

That swivel will alleviate some of that, as long as you don't go nuts and yank on it.

hey, I just said she needed an adapter, not the gibbering mouther that is math.
... but... and adapter... is built... from math...

A properly constructed sentence is it's own reward.


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I worked for 11 hours today, and now I'm on the tail end of walking three miles to the store and back (one mile to go!).

At least I know I won't have a problem getting to sleep tonight.


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So, this is getting ridiculous.

We went to Rivoli on the 15th because we hadn't been in quite a while and Hi was missing it, and Hi yoinked the bill, as he occasionally does.

Then we went on the 18th for the Portuguese Hurricane's birthday, and while I had to pay for myself and GothBard, it was a LOT less than our usual trips.

On the 22nd an old friend of Shiro's was in town, and he'd never been to Rivoli, so he begged Shiro to drive him up, we went again, and Shiro yoinked the bill.

Today the Fake Russian called me wanting to do dinner, so we went to the corner pub, and, on learning it had been my birthday 6 days ago, insisted on treating me.

I've eaten out 4 times in the last two weeks, 3 times at Rivoli, and only paid for a single meal.

Karma isn't a b%!@@. Karma is a very kind person who knows how much I enjoy eating out with friends.

EDIT: Ooh! That's the first time I've ever triggered the obscenity filter on Paizo! Woo hoo!


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Oh s#~$, he made a f**!ing swear! M@&#@$&&$#*&, I didn't expect that!!


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lisamarlene wrote:
lynora wrote:
I did give my family fair warning that it's a bad pain day by wearing The Shirt. On the front it says "My body is a temple, ancient & crumbling, probably cursed, harboring an unspeakable horror". I always wear it when I'm feeling extra bad because humor is an excellent coping mechanism :P

Really glad you're resting up and letting your body recover, but holy smokes, lady, do you know what's even better than a special hose attachment for your faucet (which, yes, you need like two days ago)?

Asking.
For.
Help.
I worry about you. Please don't do this to yourself.

Lecture received and admittedly deserved. I have a tendency to convince myself I can do more than I actually can. Especially when it’s things I used to be able to do. I will try to be better about it. Thanks for caring enough to scold me <3


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NobodysHome wrote:

So, this is getting ridiculous.

We went to Rivoli on the 15th because we hadn't been in quite a while and Hi was missing it, and Hi yoinked the bill, as he occasionally does.

Then we went on the 18th for the Portuguese Hurricane's birthday, and while I had to pay for myself and GothBard, it was a LOT less than our usual trips.

On the 22nd an old friend of Shiro's was in town, and he'd never been to Rivoli, so he begged Shiro to drive him up, we went again, and Shiro yoinked the bill.

Today the Fake Russian called me wanting to do dinner, so we went to the corner pub, and, on learning it had been my birthday 6 days ago, insisted on treating me.

I've eaten out 4 times in the last two weeks, 3 times at Rivoli, and only paid for a single meal.

Karma isn't a b@$#%. Karma is a very kind person who knows how much I enjoy eating out with friends.

EDIT: Ooh! That's the first time I've ever triggered the obscenity filter on Paizo! Woo hoo!

Can I borrow your friends?


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Captain Yesterday, FaWtL 6 News wrote:
Oh s+!~, he made a f*@$ing swear! M!!!@@@@$@@@, I didn't expect that!!

Blinking heck!

EDIT: Wouldn't it be good if the profanity filter replaced one's bad language with suitably bland, euphemistic cusses?

Scarab Sages

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NobodysHome wrote:
Woran wrote:

Oh gods, yesterday is catching up to me.

I need a nap.
I need a nap in a cool place.
Come by our house! It's not supposed to break 70°F again until Friday...

If teleporters were a thing I would!

Scarab Sages

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lynora wrote:
I did give my family fair warning that it's a bad pain day by wearing The Shirt. On the front it says "My body is a temple, ancient & crumbling, probably cursed, harboring an unspeakable horror". I always wear it when I'm feeling extra bad because humor is an excellent coping mechanism :P

I agree. My dad and I have made lot of questionable jokes, and a lot of jokes that were waaaaaaaay over the line about health and such.

Our motto is that we can better laugh about it, because the alternative is just crying, and we rather just laugh.

(he had a work accident, and his foot is messed up, giving him a lot of pain)

Scarab Sages

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Steam summer sale has begun. So much I want. So much I still have to play.


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Woran wrote:
Steam summer sale has begun. So much I want. So much I still have to play.

It's hot and humid enough without buying steam.


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A high today of 93 with humidity already at 93% percent.

Hopefully the weather doesn't attract Florida Man (who will of course try to rape a chicken, fail spectacularly and settle for f$%+ing the brand new fence on the property we're working on).

Of course, he could just walk off with one of our erosion socks and dry hump it in the middle of Candy Cane Park a few blocks away.

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Morning FaWtLy-folk! Hope everyone is well today, and has a good one ahead of them. :)


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LordSynos wrote:
Morning FaWtLy-folk! Hope everyone is well today, and has a good one ahead of them. :)

And the same to you, LordSynos!


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Limeylongears wrote:
Captain Yesterday, FaWtL 6 News wrote:
Oh s+!~, he made a f*@$ing swear! M!!!@@@@$@@@, I didn't expect that!!

Blinking heck!

EDIT: Wouldn't it be good if the profanity filter replaced one's bad language with suitably bland, euphemistic cusses?

It doesn't catch you if you swear in Scots.

I got away with "bawbag" a few days ago.


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We got a new chop saw today.

Today, is a good day.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

lynora, I'd get something like this. The swivel puts less lateral force on the kitchen faucet.

Agreed. Pulling on the hose is going to not only put pressure at the nozzle/adapter, but more importantly pull on the joint where the faucet meets the sink/base (Freehold, we know this to be true due to math and its specific application in physics).

That swivel will alleviate some of that, as long as you don't go nuts and yank on it.

hey, I just said she needed an adapter, not the gibbering mouther that is math.
... but... and adapter... is built... from math...

This is what your sentence made me think of(its a bit in, but hilarious)


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lynora wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
lynora wrote:
I did give my family fair warning that it's a bad pain day by wearing The Shirt. On the front it says "My body is a temple, ancient & crumbling, probably cursed, harboring an unspeakable horror". I always wear it when I'm feeling extra bad because humor is an excellent coping mechanism :P

Really glad you're resting up and letting your body recover, but holy smokes, lady, do you know what's even better than a special hose attachment for your faucet (which, yes, you need like two days ago)?

Asking.
For.
Help.
I worry about you. Please don't do this to yourself.
Lecture received and admittedly deserved. I have a tendency to convince myself I can do more than I actually can. Especially when it’s things I used to be able to do. I will try to be better about it. Thanks for caring enough to scold me <3

You guys are making me cry. Stop.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

lynora, I'd get something like this. The swivel puts less lateral force on the kitchen faucet.

Agreed. Pulling on the hose is going to not only put pressure at the nozzle/adapter, but more importantly pull on the joint where the faucet meets the sink/base (Freehold, we know this to be true due to math and its specific application in physics).

That swivel will alleviate some of that, as long as you don't go nuts and yank on it.

hey, I just said she needed an adapter, not the gibbering mouther that is math.
... but... and adapter... is built... from math...
This is what your sentence made me think of(its a bit in, but hilarious)

I may need to show that to my GM and see if she can arrange for my character (a monk based on Macho Man Randy Savage) to belly-to-back suplex a deer.


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Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Sooooo much to get done today and tomorrow. Finish cleaning and organizing the house, laundry, packing, a meeting at work, mowing the lawn, baking two dozen muffins for the church's shelter breakfast, Val's appointment with the pedestrian, and maybe sleep. To my credit, I'm not actually panicking yet.
hands her a card for BEFREE!hold nude landscaping

"BEFREE!hold nude landscaping, how can you manage to trim my lawn so beautifully without using your hands"

"I, madam, am a professional"


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All these yardwork posts just make me increasingly glad I don't have a yard.

It did make me sorely tempted to pay for the FFA to hide Easter eggs this year just to see what they'd do when they got here and discovered there wasn't a yard to hide them in.


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Scintillae wrote:

All these yardwork posts just make me increasingly glad I don't have a yard.

It did make me sorely tempted to pay for the FFA to hide Easter eggs this year just to see what they'd do when they got here and discovered there wasn't a yard to hide them in.

When I was in high school, that would not have inconvenienced me at all. Your neighbors might wonder why they're finding Easter eggs in their car, and your gutters might overflow, but that's obviously irrelevant.


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captain yesterday wrote:

A high today of 93 with humidity already at 93% percent.

Hopefully the weather doesn't attract Florida Man (who will of course try to rape a chicken, fail spectacularly and settle for f!&@ing the brand new fence on the property we're working on).

Of course, he could just walk off with one of our erosion socks and dry hump it in the middle of Candy Cane Park a few blocks away.

I can't favorite this enough, since I don't have 480 aliases.


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I made a pot of chili last night, and had a small bowl to test it just now. I think the 3/4 pound of jalapenoes was just about right.


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captain yesterday wrote:

A high today of 93 with humidity already at 93% percent.

Hopefully the weather doesn't attract Florida Man (who will of course try to rape a chicken, fail spectacularly and settle for f~~$ing the brand new fence on the property we're working on).

Of course, he could just walk off with one of our erosion socks and dry hump it in the middle of Candy Cane Park a few blocks away.

Florida Man, Florida Man

F#~+s the lid of a garbage can
Why's he do it, it's not important
Florida Man
He's gonna watch you get a tan
Perverted man, Florida Man.


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Jimmy Buffett wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

A high today of 93 with humidity already at 93% percent.

Hopefully the weather doesn't attract Florida Man (who will of course try to rape a chicken, fail spectacularly and settle for f~~$ing the brand new fence on the property we're working on).

Of course, he could just walk off with one of our erosion socks and dry hump it in the middle of Candy Cane Park a few blocks away.

Florida Man, Florida Man

F&!@s the lid of a garbage can
Why's he do it, it's not important
Florida Man
He's gonna watch you get a tan
Perverted man, Florida Man.

You just soiled my childhood. Well done.

Scarab Sages

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PEANUT BUTTER IS GIVING ME HEARTBURN

WHY?! WHY CRUEL UNIVERSE?!!!???!! WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY


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Vanykrye wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

A high today of 93 with humidity already at 93% percent.

Hopefully the weather doesn't attract Florida Man (who will of course try to rape a chicken, fail spectacularly and settle for f!&@ing the brand new fence on the property we're working on).

Of course, he could just walk off with one of our erosion socks and dry hump it in the middle of Candy Cane Park a few blocks away.

I can't favorite this enough, since I don't have 480 aliases.

Despite my numerous petitions and senatorial letters you can't favorite with aliases.

Believe me, I've tried!

You also can't use aliases for writing reviews.


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Some mornings are just odd.

7:00 am meeting with Europe, so I got to listen to them complain about 37°C local temperatures and didn't dare say anything.
8:00 am demo meeting, so still no shower, breakfast, or getting dressed.

As I tell anyone who cares to listen, if I'm still in my PJs at 10:00 am, it is NOT because I'm having a good day. :-P

On the other hand, considering the weather everywhere else in the world, I really can't complain.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Sooooo much to get done today and tomorrow. Finish cleaning and organizing the house, laundry, packing, a meeting at work, mowing the lawn, baking two dozen muffins for the church's shelter breakfast, Val's appointment with the pedestrian, and maybe sleep. To my credit, I'm not actually panicking yet.
hands her a card for BEFREE!hold nude landscaping

"BEFREE!hold nude landscaping, how can you manage to trim my lawn so beautifully without using your hands"

"I, madam, am a professional"

you are now my advertising guy.


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Aiymi's MRI *still* has not been approved by insurance. No reason yet. "It's normal for these things to take at least 5 business days to get approved."

B@$$&&&#.


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Vanykrye wrote:

Aiymi's MRI *still* has not been approved by insurance. No reason yet. "It's normal for these things to take at least 5 business days to get approved."

B#$~!*++.

agreed.


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Jimmy Buffett wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

A high today of 93 with humidity already at 93% percent.

Hopefully the weather doesn't attract Florida Man (who will of course try to rape a chicken, fail spectacularly and settle for f~~$ing the brand new fence on the property we're working on).

Of course, he could just walk off with one of our erosion socks and dry hump it in the middle of Candy Cane Park a few blocks away.

Florida Man, Florida Man

F%%$s the lid of a garbage can
Why's he do it, it's not important
Florida Man
He's gonna watch you get a tan
Perverted man, Florida Man.

Is it a crime or is he in pain?

Do bath salts drive him completely insane?
Or does insane get him instead?
Don't wanna know, Florida Man...

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