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Old 28 November 2019, 21:39
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Don't worry KC, LP isn't interested in you unless you get some metal in your face and some trailer park tats.
What about those huge earring things?
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Old 2 December 2019, 07:44
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"Friends" who say " SHTF I'm coming to your place." How about taking some responsibility for your own survival? Go buy some gear learn how to half-ass use it.

If they don't bring hotties for repopulation purposes no admittance.
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Old 2 December 2019, 08:35
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I'd let them in, if they show up in a full Guinness truck, towing a 155, being followed by the Swedish Bikini team bus full of hot Swedish chicks who pass the pinky test and can make sammaches. I'm pretty easy going that way.
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Old 2 December 2019, 08:52
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...If they don't bring hotties for “entertainment” purposes no admittance.
Fixed it for ya. Wouldn’t want you to have to care for all that “repopulation” offspring.
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Old 2 December 2019, 10:22
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Fixed it for ya. Wouldn’t want you to have to care for all that “repopulation” offspring.
Thanks, that was for Chimo and Local they like "girls" with their own equipment.
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Old 3 December 2019, 11:19
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What about those huge earring things?
We were at a restaurant the other day, and this soy boy dude, with those big loopy earring things started getting lippy with the waiter over something. The wife, said, that it looked like they were going to get in a fight. I said, he'd better not, that ear lobe hole is too easy of a handle to grab and take him to the ground with.
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Old 3 December 2019, 11:49
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We were at a restaurant the other day, and this soy boy dude, with those big loopy earring things started getting lippy with the waiter over something. The wife, said, that it looked like they were going to get in a fight. I said, he'd better not, that ear lobe hole is too easy of a handle to grab and take him to the ground with.
It worked for Gunny Highway.
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Old 3 December 2019, 14:18
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It worked for Gunny Highway.

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Old 6 December 2019, 12:02
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We were at a restaurant the other day, and this soy boy dude, with those big loopy earring things started getting lippy with the waiter over something. The wife, said, that it looked like they were going to get in a fight. I said, he'd better not, that ear lobe hole is too easy of a handle to grab and take him to the ground with.
I wonder how many get caught on just day to day stuff?
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Old 7 December 2019, 14:29
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Getting the house in wife approved shape for a 16th bday party - the house will be destroyed and properly dirtied in no time at all but it will be sparkling when it starts:)
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Old 7 December 2019, 16:02
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Getting the house in wife approved shape for a 16th bday party - the house will be destroyed and properly dirtied in no time at all but it will be sparkling when it starts:)
Man, your doing this all wrong. You have to find out what size broom handle fits your daughter's hands. It's not her birthday yet.

The officer (wife) inspects, the chief (you) supervises, and the snuffy (daughter) works.
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Old 7 December 2019, 16:28
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Trust me - that kid was slow walking everything this morning until I got back from the store:) She likes to argue with her mom about cleaning - I don't argue.
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Old 7 December 2019, 16:48
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Everyone what if’n everything and and talking their selfs into it is the fault of the person that defended his self. Then continuing to arm chair quarterback with out all the facts. Just talking to hear them selfs.

Please research and wait until the facts are out then comment. Speculating is getting really old in the lounge.
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Old 9 December 2019, 14:52
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Being everybody's Bitch! I needed some work to get me through the winter as my seasonal job just ended, so I got hired to be a dish dog at a new restaurant (not a new building) . Milwaukee Burger Company cooks and waitstaff love me( most of em), "dude, for an old man, you kick some ass!"
I showed up for my shift( which is rare in the F&B industry) yesterday morning and the manager ( a hottie) needs me to sweep and mop the restaurant as the wait staff did a shitty job the night before. There were at least a dozen of them ! It took me a little over an hour to gitter done, while dishes are stacked up for me in the back! Arrrrrrrrgh!
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Old 9 December 2019, 15:23
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Being everybody's Bitch! I needed some work to get me through the winter as my seasonal job just ended, so I got hired to be a dish dog at a new restaurant (not a new building) . Milwaukee Burger Company cooks and waitstaff love me( most of em), "dude, for an old man, you kick some ass!"
I showed up for my shift( which is rare in the F&B industry) yesterday morning and the manager ( a hottie) needs me to sweep and mop the restaurant as the wait staff did a shitty job the night before. There were at least a dozen of them ! It took me a little over an hour to gitter done, while dishes are stacked up for me in the back! Arrrrrrrrgh!
you know what they say? The reward for doing good work, is more work. haha
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Old 9 December 2019, 18:04
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you know what they say? The reward for doing good work, is more work. haha
Ya, mon! I absolutely hate filthy work areas and kitchens! The sloth of some people boggles my mind. Cracks me up how all these glitzy restaurants and bars look so pristine from the front and nasty in the rear. Kinda the F&B version of the "mullet"! I can't complain too much! I could be driving around all winter with a couple of chain smokers doing windows! Phuque that!
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Old 9 December 2019, 18:05
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Being everybody's Bitch! I needed some work to get me through the winter as my seasonal job just ended, so I got hired to be a dish dog at a new restaurant (not a new building) . Milwaukee Burger Company cooks and waitstaff love me( most of em), "dude, for an old man, you kick some ass!"
I showed up for my shift( which is rare in the F&B industry) yesterday morning and the manager ( a hottie) needs me to sweep and mop the restaurant as the wait staff did a shitty job the night before. There were at least a dozen of them ! It took me a little over an hour to gitter done, while dishes are stacked up for me in the back! Arrrrrrrrgh!
In many positions these days, those with a good work ethic tend to get abused....
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Old 9 December 2019, 18:16
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I reckon we all , at some point in a workday, can relate at some minute percentage to the environment one must thrive in to be an "undesirable"!
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Old 9 December 2019, 18:21
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Being everybody's Bitch! I needed some work to get me through the winter as my seasonal job just ended, so I got hired to be a dish dog at a new restaurant (not a new building) . Milwaukee Burger Company cooks and waitstaff love me( most of em), "dude, for an old man, you kick some ass!"
I showed up for my shift( which is rare in the F&B industry) yesterday morning and the manager ( a hottie) needs me to sweep and mop the restaurant as the wait staff did a shitty job the night before. There were at least a dozen of them ! It took me a little over an hour to gitter done, while dishes are stacked up for me in the back! Arrrrrrrrgh!
IN My days we were called pearl drivers, doing the dishes etc. I look at it this way It's a Job.
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Old 9 December 2019, 22:26
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In many positions these days, those with a good work ethic tend to get abused....
We call that the "More Work Award"...
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