No i didnt at all, my bad.
60 yrs old and still you don't know to use your tongue properly, shame brah.The mouthfeel is all wrong
wear a wig, cover your imperfections D:If I was rich, I would hire a hairstylist...
This hair can be a nightmare..I don't feel like dealing with it.
It reminds me on a day a bandit called the house phone to ask me to pay 300.000 to release my 30+ year old daughter... even though I kept saying that I couldn't be a mother of an old woman like that, he somehow believed firmly I had a daughter and even asked "do you have a crystal ball to know if she's your daughter or not?" and I'm like "eeeeh..."You finished medium grade! mad respect revo.
Same to you, music is a beautiful thing to practice.
On another note, today was an interesting day guys. A public worker's been trying to convince me Im 42 years old because in the database there was a mistake that said I was born in 1977 instead of 97, worthy of a comedy show...
- The procedure is invalid, you are 42.
- Huh, no... Im pretty sure Im not.
- The database says you are, there's nothing to discuss.
- Miss... please *hands her ID card*
- [...] But the database says otherwise, this could be fake.
- For gods sake the database is wrong! Im clearly younger than that!
- Makeup and surgery are a thing these days... come back some other time.
- Hahaha... please call your superior (you little hdfajjhkhyg...)
Spain is different!! \o/
That kind of preying on old people really irks me.It reminds me on a day a bandit called the house phone to ask me to pay 300.000 to release my 30+ year old daughter... even though I kept saying that I couldn't be a mother of an old woman like that, he somehow believed firmly I had a daughter and even asked "do you have a crystal ball to know if she's your daughter or not?" and I'm like "eeeeh..."
In hindsight, it was hilarious listening to an older woman that could be as well my mother calling me "mom", but it was annoying at the time. It's sad tho that those kind of tricks can work with older people.
Got a call from one of those Microsoft guys too last year, English speaking with a Middle Eastern-ish accent. Went something like:That kind of preying on old people really irks me.
I remember when 'a Microsoft technician' rang my mum because her computer was 'sending out spam'.
Luckily I was there, because my mum passed the phone to me and I told the man to fuck off - but I can easily imagine her fooling for their scam.
Got a call from one of those Microsoft guys too last year, English speaking with a Middle Eastern-ish accent. Went something like:
"Hello, there's problem with your Microsoft computer!"
"Oh really, what kind of problem?"
"Yes we can see you have a virus leaking your personal files onto the internet."
"Oh really? From my Microsoft Computer?"
"The one with an Apple on the back?"
"Excuse me sir?"
"Well I have a MacBook and an iMac and haven't had a computer with Microsoft software on it since I was 16 which is over ten years ago."
"... No, sir, you have a Microsoft computer and it has a virus but we can help you."
"I know for a fact I don't and that you can't."
"... *annoyed sound, hangs up*"
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These kids are cray cray for sure.So this fifth grader told me that one of his classmates threatened to beat him up at recess today. I asked him why the kid wanted to beat him up, and he replied, “Because I told him he couldn’t beat me up.”
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I haven't read that book. lol@FaustXIII @Ustegius @zimbardo @Xadyu @Otherswhohavegoodtasteinbooksandfilm
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are adapting one of my favorite Neil Gaiman novels The Ocean at the End of the Lane for TV. (They're also adapting the rather great Rivers of London book series by Ben Aaronovitch.)
Gaiman sure is getting a lot of adaptations of his work lately.