eddysnake wrote:newarenanow wrote:My boss has literally went through 7 pieces of gum in the last 25 minutes. GRRRRRRRRRRRRRR.
DudeMan2766 wrote:Sam's Drunk Dog wrote:I feel like you have to be really thin skinned to block someone on twitter unless that person is spamming you, making threats, or being very vulgur.
Is there a way to hide someones post yet still follow them? I haven't found it. I have a friend, and he's a great guy but he literally started watching hockey, not the Pens, hockey 2 years ago and tweets like crazy during games like he's Pens fan numero uno. I just couldn't take it so stopped following him last years playoffs. He tried to DM me some info on a hockey league this year and called me on not following him lol. I just want to follow him but block his tweets.
shafnutz05 wrote:Someone I am working with to coordinate travel for about 25 attendees for a major meeting in two weeks just emailed me at 11:55, asking if the list of names she has is correct. In fact, she is missing almost half the names. I emailed her to alert her to this fact at 12:03, and her out of office is up until next Monday.
Mango Salsa wrote:I ran into that at the last fireworks display I went to. This chick behind me apparently ran into someone she hadn't seen in awhile and filled her in on her life story during the fireworks. Not sure what fireworks etiquette is but it was hugely distracting and annoying.
Silence cell phones and portable electronic devices during the fireworks show. Does this warrant mention? A surprising number of folks forget. Someone’s device is bound to go off during the show. Do you really want it to be yours?
Idoit40fans wrote:Mango Salsa wrote:I ran into that at the last fireworks display I went to. This chick behind me apparently ran into someone she hadn't seen in awhile and filled her in on her life story during the fireworks. Not sure what fireworks etiquette is but it was hugely distracting and annoying.
If you could hear them, then the fireworks sucked anyway and if there is any fireworks etiquette, it did not apply.
viva la ben wrote:People who give overly strong handshakes. It's not a strength test bro.
shmenguin wrote:has it ever happened in recorded history where a little kid pauses, thinks about it, and then takes his/her shoes off before climbing on your furniture?
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