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rifke

team bougatsa
my new memoir idea is about being too sophisticated to live your own life and it's going to revolve around a curated collection of anecdotes. as i keep insisting, it's going to be funny (and only a tiny bit tragic).
 

rifke

team bougatsa
i used to have a bit of an infatuation with this boy back when i was young and stupid. he was so handsome and so shy. a bit white trash though but i think he knew that which is why he was so shy. or something. i forgave him for it because you cant help being white trash (i worked with him--and his now wife--at my first job at which i was sooooo poor, hence my typically unnatural affiliation with white trash). his icky wife on the other hand is/was blatantly not aware that she is/was white trash, hence her choosing to have their wedding at chateau lake louise where she categorically does not fit in AT ALL. i wish i was able to comment on her photos because i had a grand plan to write: jason reminds me of alain delon. you do NOT remind me of nathalie delon OR nico. that would show her.

 
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i used to have a bit of an infatuation with this boy back when i was young and stupid. he was so handsome and so shy. a bit white trash though but i think he knew that which is why he was so shy. or something. i forgave him for it because you cant help being white trash (i worked with him--and his now wife--at my first job at which i was sooooo poor, hence my typically unnatural affiliation with white trash). his icky wife on the other hand is/was blatantly not aware that she is/was white trash, hence her choosing to have their wedding at chateau lake louise where she categorically does not fit in AT ALL. i wish i was able to comment on her photos because i had a grand plan to write: jason reminds me of alain delon. you do NOT remind me of nathalie delon OR nico. that would show her.

Jealous much?
 

rifke

team bougatsa
it has been bugging me a bit though and it feels good to insult her while simultaneously reminding myself that the dreamy suede boys are more my speed anyway and jason could never be a dreamy suede boy, because that requires, among other things, buying clothes that fit properly
 
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no, i think it's sad he felt he had to settle for her, probably he felt that way because he was so shy. people shouldnt lose out just because their shy. it's a bit embarrassing for both of them because of the discrepancy in their looks.
I'm not seeing much of a discrepancy in their looks. The picture is 11 years old and she could be a stone cold knockout these days while time might not have been too kind to him for all I know. But as things stood 11 years ago they were about even. If they're still together after all this time then I doubt he 'settled'. Anyway you should delete this before !Viva Hate! sees it and tries to find out Jason's surname so he can message him and befriend him in the hope that Jason will tell him your full name. You know what he's like!
 

Light Housework

Hunchback of Solow
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Peppermint soap
Anise toothpaste
Why can't I look forward to these
Instead of rice
I take a selfie
In it I look dumpy
But a month from now
Without rice coursing through my veins
I'll take another selfie
And see the gain
Of many 15 minute slots
Of knocking off my wish lists not in vain
 

rifke

team bougatsa
I'm not seeing much of a discrepancy in their looks. The picture is 11 years old and she could be a stone cold knockout these days while time might not have been too kind to him for all I know. But as things stood 11 years ago they were about even. If they're still together after all this time then I doubt he 'settled'. Anyway you should delete this before !Viva Hate! sees it and tries to find out Jason's surname so he can message him and befriend him in the hope that Jason will tell him your full name. You know what he's like!
yer dumm, man
 

rifke

team bougatsa
i want to go see suede in london in april but everything is so uncertain at the moment: will i be allowed to travel to london in april?; will travelling even be worth it?; will i have a job up until then?; will i be able to save up any money?...

but perhaps i should buy a ticket (they're only 45pounds) just in case, and if i cant make it oh well
 

Peppermint

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my new memoir idea is about being too sophisticated to live your own life and it's going to revolve around a curated collection of anecdotes. as i keep insisting, it's going to be funny (and only a tiny bit tragic).
That sounds like an elevator pitch to me! Not sure I understand what a 'curated collection' of anecdotes means, though?
 

Peppermint

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i want to go see suede in london in april but everything is so uncertain at the moment: will i be allowed to travel to london in april?; will travelling even be worth it?; will i have a job up until then?; will i be able to save up any money?...

but perhaps i should buy a ticket (they're only 45pounds) just in case, and if i cant make it oh well
If there's no travel to London by next April, no Suede will be the least of all our worries. We'll all be dooooooomed.

 

12" on the slack

team baklava
the old normal, that's what i like to hear!! f*** the "new normal". normal should be based on whatever is natural. if it's not natural (like social distancing and wearing face masks most certainly are not), then it's not normal. they need to find some other terminology. but i get it, they're trying to make people think all these mandates are completely acceptable and will all be fine and dandy once we just get used to them. and that's the danger. people WILL get used to them. as viktor frankl said 'man can get used to anything, even a concentraction camp'.

SO glad you're happy and having a good time, bun bun, and that there's some normalcy somewhere in the world. like i said it helps to hear about it. it really does. knowing you're there makes me feel excited about life. i hope that's not what they call living vicariously through someone. hearing you talk about greece, i sort of feel like giuliana in red desert who is living in a industrial wasteland with no feeling of connection to her environment who tells her son a bedtime story about a beach with pink sand and a girl who goes swimming there and who one day while swimming hears a mysterious singing. the boy asks his mother: what was singing? and guiliana replies longingly: everything was singing. everything.

im sorry to hear the servers have to wear face nappies though. it makes it a bit hard to ogle them, no?
Exactly. Project fear will just drag on and on and on until we have all surrendered our civil liberties for good and accepted this "new normal" :barf: One has to wonder what the end point of all this is. When is the objective, scientific, definable point when we must reach before we can bin the face nappies?

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"The slippery slope of assigning responsibility for individual health to the collective - and using that rationale to justify state mandates about what we wear and with whom we can associate has downstream repercussions that people just don't seem to understand."

But there is hope. There were massive demonstrations against corona measures in Germany yesterday, and although MSM claims it was a handful of conspiracy theorists and right wing loons, it was actually tens of thousands of regular citizens taking to the streets, fed up with it all. Berlin knows what it's like to not have freedom.
 

Uncleskinny

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Exactly. Project fear will just drag on and on and on until we have all surrendered our civil liberties for good and accepted this "new normal" :barf: One has to wonder what the end point of all this is. When is the objective, scientific, definable point when we must reach before we can bin the face nappies?

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"The slippery slope of assigning responsibility for individual health to the collective - and using that rationale to justify state mandates about what we wear and with whom we can associate has downstream repercussions that people just don't seem to understand."

But there is hope. There were massive demonstrations against corona measures in Germany yesterday, and although MSM claims it was a handful of conspiracy theorists and right wing loons, it was actually tens of thousands of regular citizens taking to the streets, fed up with it all. Berlin knows what it's like to not have freedom.
So you'd endanger peoples lives because you don't want to wear a piece of cloth? You utter arsehole.
 

12" on the slack

team baklava
So you'd endanger peoples lives because you don't want to wear a piece of cloth? You utter arsehole.
Coming from you, that's quite a compliment. You and the Holocaust denier have quite a similar outlook these days.

You unthinking drone.

Edit: I live in a country that does NOT recommend wearing masks because there is no proof they actually work (Sweden, Denmark, Norway, The Netherlands do NOT recommend the wearing of masks). They might even be dangerous because people get a false sense of security, people faint, they weaken the immune system. Do you really believe that a piece of cloth that lets oxygen in stops a virus from getting out? Quite the chemist you are! :lbf: And even if they did find evidence that masks help they would only recommend it, not make it mandatory. That's how things work in democracies: you persuade people with arguments, you don't force them to do stupid things just because.
 
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