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Clodfobble 12-05-2015 12:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Clodfobble
It's mostly better. Still hurts, you can still see a bruise under his (shaved with a #2 guard) hair, and his skull is still noticeably asymmetrical if you look at it from the top down, but otherwise he's fine.

Remember when Minifob smashed the shit out of the back of his skull two months ago? Well it's no longer swollen, but when he got a haircut recently we discovered that there is now a bald spot there, though there was never any trauma to the skin. I guess it was swollen for so long the follicles died? I hope they come back, because the dang thing is a full centimeter in diameter.

xoxoxoBruce 12-05-2015 12:12 PM

NO. No centimeter. http://cellar.org/2012/nono.gif He's an American, a red white and blue Texan no less.

classicman 12-05-2015 02:00 PM

Interesting, Dan has one as well. I never thought about why. There was no trauma where his is either.

fargon 12-05-2015 02:59 PM

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Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce (Post 947384)
NO. No centimeter. http://cellar.org/2012/nono.gif He's an American, a red white and blue Texan no less.

It is a little over a half inch.

infinite monkey 12-05-2015 03:10 PM

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Originally Posted by fargon (Post 947418)
It is a little over a half inch.

Most guys wouldn't brag about that. ;)

Griff 12-05-2015 03:52 PM

ouch.

Anyway its out for dinner and music with Pete's work friend and her husband tonight. I want to like humans but I prefer them in their natural environments so everyone knows what role to inhabit. Ah the holidays, so much bullshit. "Smiles everyone."

Gravdigr 12-05-2015 05:33 PM

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Originally Posted by fargon (Post 947418)
It is a little over a half inch.

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Originally Posted by infinite monkey (Post 947421)
Most guys wouldn't brag about that. ;)

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Originally Posted by Griff (Post 947446)
Anyway its out for dinner

:lol2::lol2::lol2::lol2:

xoxoxoBruce 12-05-2015 05:41 PM

Actually it's under a half inch, 20% under, but that's neither here nor there.
Trump warned about these foreigners corrupting American values, starting with talkin' American. http://cellar.org/2015/willy_nilly.gif

BigV 12-12-2015 02:57 PM

Now I'm curious, what does the little guy eat?

Gravdigr 12-14-2015 12:16 PM

Don't shake 'em after ya feed 'em.

They'll spit up on ya.

anonymous 01-19-2016 11:29 AM

I'm making this anon...in the case of just in cases.

Mostly I need to get this out because I am so nervous I can barely keep from barfing.

I have a job interview today with a place I used to work. A bit 'less' than my old job but better I think in terms of responsibilities. I like both my jobs now but between the two my schedule is crazy and I'm so tired of being tired. And I need health insurance.

So I wonder if they're just giving me a courtesy interview. I left there on good terms so I figure it's either a courtesy interview (like trying to get a significant other to take you back after you left them) or they're happy because there will be so much less training.

I'm trying to just look at it as "I have a job(s) either way" but I'm more nervous than I've been for an interview in a long time. Every detail is making me ill. Even, IF for some reason it worked out, how to tell them here. Because I know of one person who will be pretty darn unhappy with me.

But it's my life right? No one has come forward to share my life and all the expenses and troubles therein...I have to look out for myself. Right?

DanaC 01-19-2016 11:35 AM

Your schedule is the crazy right now. And you absolutely need to look out for yourself on this.

glatt 01-19-2016 11:47 AM

Good luck, anon. It absolutely is your life and you have to do what you have to do. If your current job needs you that bad, they can pay you to stay.

limey 01-19-2016 03:02 PM

You have to look after yourself, anon, for sure. Good luck! X


Sent by thought transference

Clodfobble 01-19-2016 04:04 PM

You're doing the right thing. No one rational would stay in a job that is worse for them simply for the sake of the employer's feelings. Like glatt said, if they really want you to stay that badly they will make a counter-offer.


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