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Discussion in 'The Random List' started by Kuya, Sep 23, 2010.
It is but that's what the employer can command when there is high unemployment.
lol so true
hahaha....i love the fan one.....so true
Not sure if its been mentioned but
"They are always late"
"Shopping every day is what you do on vacation"
I'll add another
"understanding timezone differences"
understanding "we need to leave by ten" doesnt mean 11
While we are at it I just wanted to wish everyone Merry Christmas
I have a usefull fix for that one nowadays
Late this year then
Have you got the sprouts on?
Asawa's fb had a video last week. Some guy in a taxi laughing because a Christmas song was playing on the radio.
They haven't grown in the field yet .
We bought this years in last year's sales!
in spanish--they have the word Mañana---meaning---tomorrow ( ish) maybe...later on--next week--next year--whenever.
however--in the philippines --there is a similar expression--but without such sense of urgency.
Does anyone else have the experience of sending a text to the Missus saying "X has asked if we can go round on Friday night for %$&*% what do you think?"
47 texts later you still have no idea if its yes or no?
You want to try talking them to change a fuse over the phone lol.