Because it's chocolate.Why would I want to eat something called a "weeto." It reminds me to much of Weeman for Jackass. Not only am I not a cannibal, I definitely wouldn't eat a midget
I can wait...
Silly Jeb. I'll never run out. :kitteh:
It is possible but you're in the minority. You like coffee but hate chocolate? Of course I'm going to get suspicious. :tongue:I actually don't care nor see why. It is actually possible for humans not to like chocolate.
Skittles over chocolate any day.
It is possible but you're in the minority. You like coffee but hate chocolate? Of course I'm going to get suspicious. :tongue:
Skittles are great but I don't know that I'd pick them over chocolate. Hmm...
Feet peckers...Sure. Bears are awesome. We will be catching birds... I hate birds, those feet peckers
Sweet. Amazon has a deal for PS4 games right now buy one, get one free. Got CoD Ghosts & Killzone pre ordered with that deal. (Already pre ordered Assassin's Creed...) Stoked.There was a deal going on in Canada at Best Buy and subsidiary Futureshop where you could trade in ANY current console generation game and walk out with either Call of Duty: Ghosts, Battlefield 4, or Assassins Creed: Black Flag. No questions asked. My sacrifice was that of the AC/DC Rock Band track pack. The trade in value was 1 dollar.
Yup. Pretty much all of the above. I shop almost exclusively online these days. To avoid other human beans and the annoyances they cause me as much as I possibly can.So here goes some random thoughts eh?
Today while driving to and fro running errands, I think I may have caught something called "Road. Rage." Seems that when you're in a parking lot and you get in your car, put it in reverse to back out, hold up traffic in 3 directions whilst doing so, that it's A-ok to talk on your cell phone and not really be able to back out worth a darn because the conversation you're having is so delightful so the 3, well 4 now, cars waiting can just wait. Right? :angry:
Then when you leave a store and you're walking through the parking lot to your car, it's most definitely advisable to walk in the middle, not by the left side nor the right side so that cars may pass, but right down the middle. This way traffic backs up down this row, and also stops traffic in 2 directions up by the store that you just came out of. And when you notice a car is right behind you, then just kind of smirk and keep walking.... straight down the middle.....
When you've found what you want to purchase, and so has your spoiled rotten princess you call a daughter and her friend, then please go straight to the counter behind the lady who's stopped the clerk from ringing her purchase so she can look at the eye liner/shadow display and possibly choose one.
Nevermind that one, two, three, well now four, five people are lined up on the other side where the line forms, you just go right ahead and stand there and wait for the ONE clerk to finish with eye liner lady.
Then when another clerk finally shows up, please go right ahead and let her take care of you. None of the 5 (now 6) other people are even close to as important as you, your daughter and her friend. My goodness we wouldn't want anything to spoil your day now would we?
In steps in Muah (translation, me). Clerk #3 finally shows up and asks to help next person in line, me. (Eyeliner lady still eyelinering it, princess daughter lady still being princessy.) I pay for my purchase and guess who's still there, princessy being princessy. And I did it, I clearly, calmly, and quite directly told her that when other people are in line it's considered rude to step in front of them. To which she tried to reply "Oh, I didn't know". I turned on my heel (thank goodness I looked GREAT today!hahaha) and walked away.
Power, clearly, calmly stating the facts and walking away. Now I don't have to replay the scenario 100+ times in my head on what I should have said.roud:
Oh, and by the way. The ____________ (fill in blank with one of Jeb's favorite words here! :laughing made eye contact with me no less than 3 times, she KNEW there was a line.
'Tis indeed. And I'm learning it slowly but surely, lol."Thank you very much, my friend. "Source: it's my "native" language.
Welcome to the dark side, lol.Spent hours yesterday, and almost the entire day, today, analysing myself and why, always getting the feeling I'm a Ni-dom, I was behaving like a haphazard, unhealthy, Se-dom.
Under extreme stress, fatigue or illness, the INTJ’s shadow may appear - an unhealthy ESFP. Example characteristics are:
- doing things to excess - e.g.: eating, drinking or exercising
- acting very impulsively, perhaps starting off more projects than the INTJ could hope to accomplish
- expressing emotions in an intensive and uncontrolled way
- being very sensitive to criticism
- asking for lots of information that is irrelevant
- gather details to support their self-destructive behavior and attack their self-image
- becoming preoccupied with the cause of their stress and have trouble focusing their energy on work
- mentally reviews issues which lead to sleepless nights
- with chronic stress, become irritable, tired, tense, or angry
Years of it.
All comes together. Why, despite the fact I can, I'm good at, and I feel best at, planning and logical strategy, I couldn't do it without getting depleted.
From Naomi Quenk's book:
I guess I knew all along I was INTJ. Emotions are a part of everyone, and unlike the stereotypical INTJ, I'm not a overly-blunt, people-despising person. I'm polite to everyone, love my friends, family and have a beautiful girl on my mind and life. Just don't mess with me and my plans, strategies, values and abstractions. Just this. Respect in order to be respected.
Anyway, I guess that now makes two of us around, War. @warweasel.
Oh, snap! :laughing:5 years old than I am. So, yes. You're a 23 old with a heart problem of a 50 year old who trips on werid weed. How gangsta can you get
Not a huge fan of chocolate myself. It's ok... but... I don't eat much of it. *shrugs*
Indeed it is. Armistice Day... the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month... poppies and Flanders Field, yo.Oh, that's why I don't have school tomorrow!
Then you have not found YOUR coffee yet. Coffee is like woman(& men). Some you like, some you tolerate and others you can't stand. Just have the find the right one
My favorite? Peppermint mocha with 2 expresso shots. Dark roast.
Pfft, I could run that fucker to death. :wink: And maybe it won't give me headaches now but as a kid it did. Is Jebby my new name?