“Have mercy”

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Since: May 13

On a liar's soul

#1446 May 22, 2013
Hippichick wrote:
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There is always gonna be those few who don't get it, Ricky!
Oh good grief yes!

Hiya Hip!

“<3”

Level 9

Since: Jun 10

Black Rock City, NV

#1447 May 22, 2013
Bad Bex wrote:
LUNCH!
I'm starved! And it's after 2.
<I can't believe I survived>
LOL! Your avatar!

“Have mercy”

Level 3

Since: May 13

On a liar's soul

#1448 May 22, 2013
-Persephone- wrote:
<quoted text>LOL! Your avatar!
I love the "Far Side" humor.

“<3”

Level 9

Since: Jun 10

Black Rock City, NV

#1449 May 22, 2013
Bad Bex wrote:
<quoted text>
I love the "Far Side" humor.
Very twisted! My favorite.

“Incorrupta fides, nudaque veri”

Level 9

Since: May 07

Vincit qui se vincit

#1450 May 22, 2013
Hippichick wrote:
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There is always gonna be those few who don't get it, Ricky!
I understand how easy it is to get dragged in, but there's so many other places already and there's such a great collection of really good people here I just hate to see it happen here or anywhere else for that matter, Topix can be a really fun place.

“Incorrupta fides, nudaque veri”

Level 9

Since: May 07

Vincit qui se vincit

#1451 May 22, 2013
nuka wrote:
<quoted text>
Saw that in your email this morning..unreal..sure hope those folks
get help right away. Sad seeing devastation like this !!
That was extreme!

“Don't harsh my mellow, man!”

Level 8

Since: Aug 08

Great State of Oklahoma!

#1452 May 22, 2013
Bad Bex wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh good grief yes!
Hiya Hip!
Hey Bex! Take a break!

“Incorrupta fides, nudaque veri”

Level 9

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Vincit qui se vincit

#1454 May 22, 2013
-Persephone- wrote:
<quoted text>
good. Who? I'll look him up.
Yes, always!
LMAO, I meant National Lampoon's Van Wilder lol

“<3”

Level 9

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Black Rock City, NV

#1455 May 22, 2013
Ricky F wrote:
<quoted text>LMAO, I meant National Lampoon's Van Wilder lol
Okay, I saw that!

“Colorful Beyond Words”

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Since: May 11

"Always On The Go "

#1456 May 22, 2013
John_Dear wrote:
<quoted text>Mittens ya would agree to anything if a cold beers involved in it .
Good afternoon friends .
I just show up for the good looking men ... like Dad :)

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#1458 May 22, 2013
John_Dear wrote:
<quoted text>Mittens ya would agree to anything if a cold beers involved in it .
Good afternoon friends .
I'll drink to that!

“Yes! I'm tired of Winter!”

Level 9

Since: Jun 11

Let's think of something fun!

#1459 May 22, 2013
Colorado Chick wrote:
<quoted text> Yo..Dickens...YA COMING to the PARTY???
Hi CC! Thank you for the party invite. I'm sorry I missed it. With thunder booming and flashes of lightning popping, I had to unplug my computer early in the evening. Today has been much nicer and brought some welcome sunshine.

I know the party was fun!

:)

“Yes! I'm tired of Winter!”

Level 9

Since: Jun 11

Let's think of something fun!

#1463 May 22, 2013
John_Dear wrote:
I can't wait for the sexy women firewomen an EMTs and School teachers to move in . This neighborhood is gonna be a hotties heaven . What a way for a Neighborhood to go .
...Cleaning Ladies are sexy too.

{Putting down my mop and batting my baby blues}

:)

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Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#1464 May 22, 2013
John_Dear wrote:
<quoted text>Mittens ya should a never told me that . Lmao I can't help it . Should a never told Dad . lmao lmao .
I'm actually the one who said, "so what, my new nickname could be Mittens." I was poking fun of myself as they were laughing at my tan lines.

My buddies wife looked at me and shook her head and said no you're definitely not a Mittens. I don't think a Mittens would tell a guy who walked past a long line of men waiting to use the bathroom at the club (I was second from the front ... the night of my avatar photo) and right up to the first available urinal, like he owns the f'ing place, that if he pulls that shyte again when I'm standing in line he's going to be missing teeth. Lines suck, but if my a$s is waiting in one, so is every other man.

You can call me, Mittens, tho, Dad.

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Location hidden

#1465 May 22, 2013
What's funny is the next time after that when I had to use the bathroom, I was standing in line and one of the guys who was in the bathroom and heard me and Mr. D1ckhead exchange words (he talked shyte as he walked out the door and I said, yeah talk your shyte as you walk away ... that's a smart pu$$AY) spilled a drink or something on himself and as he walked into the bathroom he said "I'm not cutting, I'm not cutting, I just have to use the sink," lmao.
You go gurl

Hoffman Estates, IL

#1468 May 22, 2013
A real man would have sued him!

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Location hidden

#1469 May 22, 2013
Dickens1 wrote:
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...Cleaning Ladies are sexy too.
{Putting down my mop and batting my baby blues}
:)
Do you ever scrub the floor on your knees?

;p

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Location hidden

#1470 May 22, 2013
John_Dear wrote:
<quoted text>Lmao . My Dad and I were at a large convention and when break time came we both went to the restroom an 2 stalls were empty so we each went in one . I told Dad this water is cold . He replied yea son its deep too . We cried laughing an the room did too .
LMAO.

That TOTALLY reminds me of something the dad of my childhood friend would say. He was a dairy farmer. He had a sense of humor like yours. The best memories of my childhood were on that farm.

The grandparents, who owned it, sold it when I was in high school. It was hard on them and even me to see them bulldoze down all the buildings (they only kept the house). I know the grandma used to cry and they regretted the decision (I would some over and use their tractor to cut the grass for them if they went out of town after they sold the farm), but they got a couple million out of it.

My buddy’s family ended up moving way up to Wisconsin on a farm (soil wasn't as good ... where I grew up we had feet of the blackest earth you ever did see), after they sold it (they were like a second family … I would go on their family vacations with them … it sucked when they moved). I went up and spent the whole summer there one year, right after they moved. I did work, but I was just there to visit and was surprised when they paid me a couple hundred dollars right before I left. That was a lot of money for me at that time. I would have done it for free and thought I had.

He called me out of the blue a few months ago (we lost touch). He’s still farming up in Wisconsin, but his dad got out of it and his brother doesn’t farm. Only my buddy does. He says it’s changed so much since we were boys and a lot of the barn stuff is all automated. I remember helping him with his chores scrapping the poop in the gutter, liming the floor every afternoon, feeding the cows hay as they were milked, and giving bottles to the calves, as his dad did the milking, a lot of days after school and all during the summer so we could get everything done and ride motorcycles or play. I got to drive tractors too. Doesn’t get much better than that for a boy. Good people.

I was always amazed at how they could fix anything that broke on the farm. I mean anything … tractors, equipment, anything. Ever since then, I always wanted to be a farmer, but it’s something you have to be born into, not just from the land aspect, but the knowhow aspect.

“Yes! I'm tired of Winter!”

Level 9

Since: Jun 11

Let's think of something fun!

#1471 May 22, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you ever scrub the floor on your knees?
;p
Well, actually, I was going for a laugh, thinking of the old Carol Burnett Charwoman character. Are you familiar with her? I tried to think of the least sexy thing I could come up with.

But lo and behold, fact is stranger than fiction.....I have just vacuumed and mopped my kitchen floor! And I looked very sexy doing it too!

:)

“ROCK ON ROCKERS!!”

Level 8

Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#1472 May 22, 2013
Sublime1 wrote:
<quoted text>
LMAO.
That TOTALLY reminds me of something the dad of my childhood friend would say. He was a dairy farmer. He had a sense of humor like yours. The best memories of my childhood were on that farm.
The grandparents, who owned it, sold it when I was in high school. It was hard on them and even me to see them bulldoze down all the buildings (they only kept the house). I know the grandma used to cry and they regretted the decision (I would some over and use their tractor to cut the grass for them if they went out of town after they sold the farm), but they got a couple million out of it.
My buddy’s family ended up moving way up to Wisconsin on a farm (soil wasn't as good ... where I grew up we had feet of the blackest earth you ever did see), after they sold it (they were like a second family … I would go on their family vacations with them … it sucked when they moved). I went up and spent the whole summer there one year, right after they moved. I did work, but I was just there to visit and was surprised when they paid me a couple hundred dollars right before I left. That was a lot of money for me at that time. I would have done it for free and thought I had.
He called me out of the blue a few months ago (we lost touch). He’s still farming up in Wisconsin, but his dad got out of it and his brother doesn’t farm. Only my buddy does. He says it’s changed so much since we were boys and a lot of the barn stuff is all automated. I remember helping him with his chores scrapping the poop in the gutter, liming the floor every afternoon, feeding the cows hay as they were milked, and giving bottles to the calves, as his dad did the milking, a lot of days after school and all during the summer so we could get everything done and ride motorcycles or play. I got to drive tractors too. Doesn’t get much better than that for a boy. Good people.
I was always amazed at how they could fix anything that broke on the farm. I mean anything … tractors, equipment, anything. Ever since then, I always wanted to be a farmer, but it’s something you have to be born into, not just from the land aspect, but the knowhow aspect.
WE all have the makings of ANYTHING we want to be... AND can tackle any FIXIN' that NEEDS to be done..JUST BELIEVE IN YOURSELF!!

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