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beetlebum Posted: Tue Feb 8 10:57:11 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  cool or tool?
survey says....

just wondering, because with it less than a week away, some people seem to have it on their minds.
(as in, i just escaped a long, drawn out, boring conversation with friends discussing what may/may not happen on this valentine's day. oh, the drama. grin.)

it's never really bothered me or seemed that important, regardless of whether i had a boyfriend or not. but some people (women, especially) make it out to seem like the END OF THE WORLD.

i'm sure everyone has posted on this before, but i thought i'd be annoying anyway.


 
libra Posted: Tue Feb 8 11:03:06 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I have a boyfriend this year, so it is somewhat special. But moreso that it's just an opportunity to get flowers and chocolate from someone I actually love. I don't see it as a big deal, and I understand the commercialism of it, but really, what holiday hasn't been totally altered/created by commercialism?

So I'm glad we have it, but I'm not very frantic about what to do or what he'll do or anything. I don't see it as a huge deal.


 
jasco1982_2000 Posted: Tue Feb 8 11:16:55 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
 
I hate it with a passion. Always have and always will.




 
jasco1982_2000 Posted: Tue Feb 8 11:18:59 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Saying that. I hate febuary. The piss poor shortest month in the year


 
jennemmer Posted: Tue Feb 8 12:06:16 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  It's become sort of a joking tradition between my boyfriend and myself to end up at a fast food restaurant for Valantine's Day. It's just another day of the year and why wait for a special day to remind people that you love them. Besides, it is a lot easier to get reservations at restaurants a week later.


 
Aeon Posted: Tue Feb 8 12:23:27 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sucks. To hell with it!


 
addi Posted: Tue Feb 8 12:42:29 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  A few years ago I did some forgetable illustrations for the publishing company i was working with.
They were coupon books you'd give to your "Valentine" that they could redeem with you at some point in the future. Silly stuff like "Good for one evening as your love slave", and such (some fairly graphic).
So if any of you are desperate i still have a few of these books laying around somewhere, and could mail you a coupon or two from them to use on Valentine's Day.
Personally, i think if you wanted to go that route you're just as good off making up your own personalized coupon.
(I can only imagine the coupon Chris would make)
: )


http://www.longstreetpress.net/back_list.html

scroll down a ways for "Cupid's Coupons"


 
novemberrain Posted: Tue Feb 8 13:00:37 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I can take it or leave it.

Take it because this year I'm spending it with someone :)

Leave it because if you don't happen to be with someone, you're made to feel like crap about it (I'm generalizing, so no one go and get all righteous on me:)

On the plus side, on the 15th, all valentine candy is 25-50% off.


 
beetlebum Posted: Tue Feb 8 13:16:37 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addi, that's really wicked. very cool.

novermberrain... you just gave me the best response to people slagging off valentine's day...

because hey, candy on sale-- what's not great about that?

[although, let me just say that not being in the states on v day means i have no access to reese's peanut butter cup hearts, which leaves me distraught. they're so much better than the cups, and they're only on the shelves once a year. 'nuff said.]


 
addi Posted: Tue Feb 8 13:37:22 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  beetlebum said:
>addi, that's really wicked. very cool.

lol
wicked isn't the word that comes to my mind (more like innane), but thanks beeltebum

*I'll check the books when i get home to see if there are any coupons for a night of pigging out on heart shaped reeses peanut butter cups
: )


 
Mark Posted: Tue Feb 8 13:41:40 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  it sux imho... just like any other holiday with a "special" meaning. My gf asked me about a week ago if I participate in this Valentine stuff, but she already guessed my answer… I don’t. Ain’t expecting any cards either since my address is nowhere to be found… not even my gf knows my exact address lol


 
novemberrain Posted: Tue Feb 8 13:42:34 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  beetlebum said:
>novermberrain... you just gave me the best response to people slagging off valentine's day...
>
>because hey, candy on sale-- what's not great about that?
>
>[although, let me just say that not being in the states on v day means i have no access to reese's peanut butter cup hearts, which leaves me distraught. they're so much better than the cups, and they're only on the shelves once a year. 'nuff said.]

mmmm... kind of like the reese's peanut butter eggs for easter. I love those. Much, much better than the cups. And also on sale the next day ;)


 
Zacq Posted: Tue Feb 8 16:15:08 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'll put this the Lewis Black way.

(about winter weather in northeast U.S.)

"In February in Boston, and in most of the country, the weather is gray, rainy gray, sleet gray rain gray sleet, snow gray, every day it just gets grayer and grayer and grayer. You wake up one day and go 'I'm not comin' to work.' Your boss goes 'Why not, you sick?' 'No, it's too gray.' I don't know if it's dawn of dusk. I don't even know why the sun bothers to come out. And then you wake up and it's the grayest day you've ever seen, and the next day it's even grayer! And that's usually Valentine's Day, and that's the day you look at your wrists and go 'Hey, maybe I should slit 'em to see color.'"

February just sucks too much. No football, no baseball, no March Madness, no tennis, what the hell!


 
jasco1982_2000 Posted: Tue Feb 8 16:24:30 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Zacq said:

>"In February in Boston, and in most of the country, the weather is gray, rainy gray, sleet gray rain gray sleet, snow gray, every day it just gets grayer and grayer and grayer. You wake up one day and go 'I'm not comin' to work.' Your boss goes 'Why not, you sick?' 'No, it's too gray.' I don't know if it's dawn of dusk. I don't even know why the sun bothers to come out. And then you wake up and it's the grayest day you've ever seen, and the next day it's even grayer! And that's usually Valentine's Day, and that's the day you look at your wrists and go 'Hey, maybe I should slit 'em to see color.'"

Welcome to the jasco feb experience. Although this years feb has been a little better than most. I still detest the month. After the 20th its the home stretch to the shiney month of MARCH

MARCH MARCH MARCH

SWEET.




 
Kira Posted: Tue Feb 8 18:36:18 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  February is when spring usually kicks in around here, so I like it. And my mom's birthday is the day before Valentine's Day so that's what I'm usually focusing on around that time.

Don't really care about Valentine's Day. I'd likely not even notice its passing were it not for all the TV- and banner-adds pushing diamonds and candy.


 
Puck Posted: Tue Feb 8 18:40:49 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm not a fan of the "holiday", but I will certainly take the early celebration of it as an opportunity to do some really sweet things for my girl.


 
Aeon Posted: Tue Feb 8 18:59:13 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  it's just a way for those of you who do have a significant other to rub it in us lonely folks' faces. bastards.


 
Puck Posted: Tue Feb 8 19:02:20 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Aeon said:
>it's just a way for those of you who do have a significant other to rub it in us lonely folks' faces. bastards.

HA-HA ha-ha HA! HA! (I'd have put musical notes in there to designate the tone, but I don't know how, so use your imagination.) ;p


 
Posted: Tue Feb 8 19:16:40 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  GOD.

DON'T REMIND ME OF THIS GODFORSAKEN DAY.


 
lazyelephant Posted: Tue Feb 8 19:24:23 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Puck said:
>I'm not a fan of the "holiday", but I will certainly take the early celebration of it as an opportunity to do some really sweet things for my girl.

all i have to say is this:

remove "girl" and replace it with "guy."

The End


 
Puck Posted: Tue Feb 8 19:26:26 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sorry, Crim.

Z, I hope you mean that you are saying the same thing with those corrections and not...something else.


 
Mesh Posted: Tue Feb 8 20:16:30 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Dont listen to anybody what they tell you. Hookers are NOT a good date for Valentines.


 
Puck Posted: Tue Feb 8 20:43:51 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  As said on Dirty Work...
"Not to self,
Blow-up Dolls:
Not as good as advertised."


 
Bzoso Posted: Tue Feb 8 22:03:32 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Valentine's day just sucks when you have no one to spend it with.....well last year I did, but I don't think I spent it with her anyway, I think I spent it playing Beer pong in my friend's garage. Valentine's day is useless, it just makes lonely people feel more lonely, I didn't care then but now that I don't have anyone to spend it with it's kind of depressing.

le sigh


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Wed Feb 9 10:56:49 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Zacq said:
>I'll put this the Lewis Black way.
>
>(about winter weather in northeast U.S.)
>
>"In February in Boston, and in most of the country, the weather is gray, rainy gray, sleet gray rain gray sleet, snow gray, every day it just gets grayer and grayer and grayer. You wake up one day and go 'I'm not comin' to work.' Your boss goes 'Why not, you sick?' 'No, it's too gray.' I don't know if it's dawn of dusk. I don't even know why the sun bothers to come out. And then you wake up and it's the grayest day you've ever seen, and the next day it's even grayer! And that's usually Valentine's Day, and that's the day you look at your wrists and go 'Hey, maybe I should slit 'em to see color.'"


ROTFL I LOVE Lewis Black He's my favorite comic and I have all of his c.d.'s. Valentine's Day sux 4 me as well. My shy guy friend has decided he'd rather see me disappear off the edge of the planet then deal with me.:(


 
CorDrine Posted: Wed Feb 9 11:30:16 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  After getting married, bdays and vdays just goes out the window. Its not that we don't celebrate special occations anymore, but its just that, everyday is already special when you are spending it someone you love, so what's the different?


 
mat_j Posted: Wed Feb 9 12:57:22 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Ah well watcha going to do about it, Hallmarks powers are far reaching and potent, maybe if we had some kind of rudimentary lathe we could win but eh... watcha gonna do


 
sweet p Posted: Wed Feb 9 14:50:24 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  After elementary school, I never really cared for Valentine's day.
I guess when I first started going out with my used-to-be-boyfriend, it was "nice" and we went out for dinner but after that first time, we didn't really care for it.

Now, years later, cos I have nothing to do, I want to.

Boourns.

Who will be miiiine? All I really want is some chocolate ;)


 
addi Posted: Wed Feb 9 15:11:16 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sweet P said:

>Who will be miiiine? All I really want is some chocolate ;)

I regret telling you that I'm positive there are no plonkers here interested in being your valentine......with the possible exceptions of hif, aeon, puck, bzoso, citizen, wolffie, mat, jas, zacq, mesh, howitzer, chanz, christophe...


 
FN Posted: Wed Feb 9 15:18:06 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I dunnow.

It's good for business and I think it's a good thing that at least once a year all insensitive fucks out there are "forced" to do something nice for their girlfriends.

I could do without it but I don't mind it being there either.


 
Puck Posted: Wed Feb 9 16:13:51 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sorry. I'm already claimed. If I wasn't so cheap/lazy, I'd send you some chocolate.

oh well.


 
Mesh Posted: Wed Feb 9 16:21:49 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sweet P said:
>
>Who will be miiiine? All I really want is some chocolate ;)


Uhhhhh, HELLLLOOOO!?!?!

Sheesh.


 
sweet p Posted: Wed Feb 9 20:12:29 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  meshuggah said:
>Sweet P said:
>>
>>Who will be miiiine? All I really want is some chocolate ;)
>
>
>Uhhhhh, HELLLLOOOO!?!?!
>
>Sheesh.

Darling, after you called off the wedding, well...I figured that was the end : (


 
sweet p Posted: Wed Feb 9 20:15:09 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  You know what REALLY gets on my nerves?
People over the age of 10 who still call it ValentiMes....because they actually don't know the real name and not just cos they like saying it.

I work in retail :(
In a lingerie store.
At valentine's.

KILL ME.


 
Mesh Posted: Thu Feb 10 03:17:15 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sweet P said:
>
>Darling, after you called off the wedding, well...I figured that was the end : (


Shit, you've got me there.


 
FN Posted: Thu Feb 10 05:10:19 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sweet P said:
>In a lingerie store.

Hohoho...hoho...mmm...


 
addi Posted: Thu Feb 10 08:41:25 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sweet P said:

>I work in retail :(
>In a lingerie store.


ahem...
The last time I went into a lingerie store to buy something months ago(just a wholesome thank you gift for a petite friend of mine)I still get those awkward uneasy feelings. That pervasive uniquely american cultural trait always surfaces the second i walk into a place like that; woman's undergarments stores are sinful and no place for a male.

It's like I go out of my way to act "normal". I keep my hands out of my pockets. I don't make eye contact with any other customers. I don't touch or stare at any of the clothing. And out of the corner of my eye I can see the mother's walking by the mall store, holding the hands of their child, and looking at me. I am sure they are thinking, "How shameful...what a pervert!" When I finally get the nerve to seek help from an employee (always donning a low cut blouse and push up wonder bra)I inevitably mutter something brilliant like, "This isn't for me", followed by an uncomfortable forced laugh, because she doesn't find it funny. It usually only gets worse from there on out. I don't know the proper names of most of the items, and for some reason i turn beet red if i have to say "panties" to a strange woman. Unimportant details like knowing the right size always adds to my uncomfortableness as well. "Chest size?", "Cup size?".... "I don't know...well, i think she's about your size", as i find myself starring at her breasts, as if i'm mentally trying to pull off some scientific size comparison.
And it's impossible to give honest answers to the salesperson's questions about what you really want. You can't just blurt out, "That black lace transparant teddy with the nipple holes over there would give me an eight hour boner", so you have to act all dispassionate and dignified and say, "This is really something for her so i want it to be practical and comfortable"...
yeah....right.


 
beetlebum Posted: Thu Feb 10 10:21:49 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  mr. addison, that made me laugh out loud... a rare thing for such a serious girl.


 
addi Posted: Thu Feb 10 10:44:54 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  beetlebum said:
>mr. addison, that made me laugh out loud...

: )

I just hope you were laughing at me, and not with me...no, wait...



"Yes, could you tell me where i'd find the edible panties..preferably gooseberry or mango flavored?"


 
libra Posted: Thu Feb 10 10:58:29 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm going to rethink about the way i feel about men in lingerie stores from now on. Because they might just be an innocent customer. And I could see that as being something difficult to do.

But, on the other hand, I saw a man walk out of Victoria's secret the other day with his son next to him. Now I don't like that. It's just creepy. Also, if i'm in there, I don't want a seven year old boy standing around with his dad.


 
Mouse Posted: Thu Feb 10 11:05:31 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I can empathize with addi's fear of lingerie stores, I don't like them myself. Something about them just gives me the heeby geebies.

I don't give a damn about Valentine's itself, but the candy sales afterwards are bliss. If I was creative enough to make cards for everyone I'd like it more.


 
addi Posted: Thu Feb 10 11:19:40 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  libra said:
>...Because they might just be an innocent customer.

perhaps, but i doubt it. I'd keep one hand on your mace spray if i were you.
: )

>I saw a man walk out of Victoria's secret the other day with his son next to him. Now I don't like that. It's just creepy.

The real reason America is going to the dogs; Fathers bringing their sons into Victoria's Secret stores.


"Have you no code, Sir?!"




 
sweet p Posted: Thu Feb 10 11:45:36 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addison said:

>ahem...


You're one of THOSE!



 
addi Posted: Thu Feb 10 11:53:34 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sweet P said:

>You're one of THOSE!

I have no idea what "one of THOSE" is, but it doesn't sound flattering.



 
sweet p Posted: Thu Feb 10 11:55:32 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addison said:

>I have no idea what "one of THOSE" is, but it doesn't sound flattering.

Hah, there are just a few kinds of customers and you are the jittery man. Who doesn't know any sizes or what they want and makes me guess a million things and rejects everything I suggest!


 
FN Posted: Thu Feb 10 13:07:00 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Personally I don't have any problems with stuff like that. I've even bought tampons before. In a pink package.

And a friend and mine once bought a pink lace nightgown for our gf's at the same time.

We did get some nasty looks then.


 
ifihadahif Posted: Thu Feb 10 14:29:37 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  libra said:
>But, on the other hand, I saw a man walk out of Victoria's secret the other day with his son next to him. Now I don't like that. It's just creepy. Also, if i'm in there, I don't want a seven year old boy standing around with his dad.
>
That's because you have a filthy mind.
I'll bet that father you saw was getting a gift for his signifant other, and didn't feel the need to get a baby sitter for his son.
Victoria's secret is a lingerie store, and not a sex shop.
I go in there with my wife all the time and it's no big deal. She gets her bras in there and we spend a lot of time looking at the lotions and fragrances.
I'd much rather see young kids in there with their parents than at the smoke shop with their parents.


 
lazyelephant Posted: Thu Feb 10 19:17:44 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ifihadahif said:

>I'd much rather see young kids in there with their parents than at the smoke shop with their parents.

i can go both ways on this. i don't think a little kid NEEDS to be in a lingerie shop, but at least he's being introduced to a healthy activity. i mean, the doctors TELL you to excercise, don't they? and besides, smoking killed my family, so i'm more for seeing kids looking at lingerie with their dads than in some smoke-filled bar which will result of them dying from secondhand smoke.

nasty, nasty things...can't stand cigarettes....ugh.

have you heard about that crazy republican who wants to charge people $5 for even entering a lingerie store, regardless of whether or not you buy an item? that's not fair economically for the retailers that only sell lingerie...they can't always merge with big department stores to get their product out. it makes me wonder if he's going to tax the department stores as well. he also wants to raise the legal drinking age to 22 or something high like that. i am here to say that this man is clinically insane, and should not be voted into office (whatever office that may be).


 
ifihadahif Posted: Thu Feb 10 20:47:28 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  lazyelephant said:
>ifihadahif said:
>
>>I'd much rather see young kids in there with their parents than at the smoke shop with their parents.
>
>i can go both ways on this. i don't think a little kid NEEDS to be in a lingerie shop, but at least he's being introduced to a healthy activity. i mean, the doctors TELL you to excercise, don't they? and besides, smoking killed my family, so i'm more for seeing kids looking at lingerie with their dads than in some smoke-filled bar which will result of them dying from secondhand smoke.
>
>nasty, nasty things...can't stand cigarettes....ugh.
>
>have you heard about that crazy republican who wants to charge people $5 for even entering a lingerie store, regardless of whether or not you buy an item? that's not fair economically for the retailers that only sell lingerie...they can't always merge with big department stores to get their product out. it makes me wonder if he's going to tax the department stores as well. he also wants to raise the legal drinking age to 22 or something high like that. i am here to say that this man is clinically insane, and should not be voted into office (whatever office that may be).
>
What is his name ?
I don't believe this.


 
FN Posted: Fri Feb 11 05:36:18 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sweet P said:
>Who doesn't know any sizes or what they want and makes me guess a million things and rejects everything I suggest!

I have always been wondering if people in lingerie stores can actually more or less tell the size accurately when you say something like "about the size of my hand".

Not that I ever used that though, I'm pretty well-educated about these things if I may say so myself, but I've heard other people actually saying stuff like that.


 
jennemmer Posted: Fri Feb 11 11:29:54 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  One of the little local lingerie shops in town advertises by mailing out their business cards. The store name, addresss and phone number is on one side and on the other is a 'fill in the blanks' type form with prompts like 'heigt', 'cup size', 'shirt size', 'waist size', 'pant length' etc ... pretty smart if you ask me.


 
ArtistZer0 Posted: Fri Feb 11 14:06:05 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Love is a Lie people tell themselves so they can have sex guilt-free. If there is no sex, however, then it's just an excuse to beleive that somebody would make a shrine out of your locker should you die anytime soon.



 
iggy Posted: Fri Feb 11 16:28:00 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  close to 3 decades of my life went by and i've only celebrated valentines day twice.
considering that i was a serial dater...

twice.

only 2 girls made it till valentines...

i prefer the second time round, cos it really meant something to me.
it sorta coincided with my anniversary with her.

and now that is around the corner... i think i'd go hide somewhere where i can't see people celebrating and bang my fucking demented head on the wall.

fuck.


 
FN Posted: Fri Feb 11 16:47:09 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I'm really, really hoping I don't get all these stupid valentine gifts this year.

Don't get me wrong, it's good for my ego (some might say it isn't ;o) but it's bothersome to tell people you're not interested.

Nasty times.


 
mat_j Posted: Fri Feb 11 18:27:20 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:
>Personally I don't have any problems with stuff like that. I've even bought tampons before. In a pink package.
>
>And a friend and mine once bought a pink lace nightgown for our gf's at the same time.
>
>We did get some nasty looks then.

hahaha

I know what you mean Chris, i remember once i was buying some girls pyjamas from a gf and i got worked up about then i though motherfuck, it's pyjamas why am i so bothered!!!! There are still people i know who are embarrased to by their own underwear and condoms.


 
FN Posted: Fri Feb 11 18:37:50 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  mat_j said:
>Christophe said:
>>Personally I don't have any problems with stuff like that. I've even bought tampons before. In a pink package.
>>
>>And a friend and mine once bought a pink lace nightgown for our gf's at the same time.
>>
>>We did get some nasty looks then.
>
>hahaha

It was totally, totally worth it though.

I still have a thing for pink lace nightgowns to this day.

The though alone gets the soldiers marching, ready to invade.


 
Aeon Posted: Sat Feb 12 00:47:31 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  ArtistZer0 said:
>Love is a Lie people tell themselves so they can have sex guilt-free. If there is no sex, however, then it's just an excuse to beleive that somebody would make a shrine out of your locker should you die anytime soon.


Quit trying to be profound. It doesn't suit you. Love isn't a lie. The fairy tale notion of love is. Love exists.


 
TwoPillows Posted: Sat Feb 12 06:48:45 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  i guess you could say 'love' is the chemical secretions of the brain when its trying to get your body to respond to your biological urges to mate. but even then it would still exist.


 
sweet p Posted: Sat Feb 12 17:04:43 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Christophe said:

>I have always been wondering if people in lingerie stores can actually more or less tell the size accurately when you say something like "about the size of my hand".

Nope. Not me, at least. Sometimes by looking at someone's chest I can tell but some people are really good at hiding/super-emphasizing what they've got.

I have had men come in and say: "That size!" and point at a customer. Or this one dude who was like "Her bra size is not small and not large." Or, my favourite "Mm..About...you know...good size...like..." and then holds out his hands in cupping motions like he's holding 2 round presents to give to me.

It's not so difficult to do the research...checking her drawer/closet or sneaking a peak when they're lying around on the floor.


 
sweet p Posted: Sat Feb 12 17:06:30 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Sweet P said:

>It's not so difficult to do the research...checking her drawer/closet or sneaking a peak when they're lying around on the floor.

Of course, cos just asking is too easy.


 
Mouse Posted: Sat Feb 12 23:43:49 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Meh. Despite the foolishness I can't blame the guys, I can barely remember my own sizes.


I need to run out and buy stuff for my friends and family tomorrow. I hope I don't have to drive too far, my navigation skills are still untested. To find good chocolate and decent cards I might have to though.


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Sun Feb 13 19:50:03 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mouse said:
>I don't give a damn about Valentine's itself, but the candy sales afterwards are bliss.

Back away from the candy store!!!! Mouse on sugar? it could get VERRRRRYY ugly verrryy fast. :P


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Sun Feb 13 19:52:35 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Mouse said:
>Meh. Despite the foolishness I can't blame the guys, I can barely remember my own sizes.

LOL!!! Neither can I sadly enough. Though I don't have to worry abt underwear being that I don't wear them. I wear bras. No undies. Too uncomfortable.


 
Puck Posted: Sun Feb 13 19:57:46 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Cherry_Moon said:
>No undies. Too uncomfortable.

Do they bother that...growth?


 
libra Posted: Sun Feb 13 20:12:30 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Cherry_Moon said:
>Mouse said:
>>Meh. Despite the foolishness I can't blame the guys, I can barely remember my own sizes.
>
>LOL!!! Neither can I sadly enough. Though I don't have to worry abt underwear being that I don't wear them. I wear bras. No undies. Too uncomfortable.

I find bras WAY more uncomfortable than underwear.
Whose goddamn invention was it to put wires in clothing?


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Mon Feb 14 10:57:16 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Puck said:
>Cherry_Moon said:
>>No undies. Too uncomfortable.
>
>Do they bother that...growth?

hmm do I want to know what growth you are refering to?

I just don't like them. And Libra I like the underwires my girls need some support.


 
addi Posted: Mon Feb 14 11:13:48 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Cherry_Moon said:

>And Libra I like the underwires my girls need some support.

Sometimes we all could use a little support.
That's why I like underwire boxers.



"Shut up!"
"No, You shut up!"


 
kurohyou Posted: Mon Feb 14 11:37:41 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I've caught a Glimpse now and then of this thread on and off over the course of the last week.

I don't know my wife's measurements. I suppose I should. One of my good friends knows her measurments so I'll call him if I'm in a bind.

I did get in a little trouble the other day though because I know the measurements of a woman I've known forever. But here measurements are part of her e-mail address so I see them every time we e-mail each other.

Its not like my wife has her measurments tattooed on her so I see them everytime I take her clothes off.....


I'm sleeping on the couch tonight huh???

For what its worth...


 
addi Posted: Mon Feb 14 11:54:15 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  kurohyou said:

>I did get in a little trouble the other day though because I know the measurements of a woman I've known forever.

BABU: You bad man! You very very bad man!

: )


 
Cherry_Moon Posted: Mon Feb 14 11:55:04 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addison said:
>Sometimes we all could use a little support.
>That's why I like underwire boxers.
>"Shut up!"
>"No, You shut up!"

OH MY GOD ROTFL!!!



 
Mouse Posted: Mon Feb 14 17:33:50 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Wee! Presents!
I got a movie from one of my stepsisters, a Belgian chocolate heart from the other, two different kinds of chocolate from my step mom, and a check from my stepgrandmother.

It's so wierd that certain things remind me of GTers and certain places can't be seperated from them either.
*resists the impulse to thwack Chris for no reason*

Mouse


 
FN Posted: Mon Feb 14 18:12:45 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Yay!


If only you could talk dirty to me at the same time as well.


 
Kira Posted: Mon Feb 14 18:27:19 2005 Post | Quote in Reply  
  *Thwacks Christophe for [a] reason.*


 



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