Somebody please explain to me why I have been sifting through Omegle!penis for the last hour.
quinnathan replied to your post: quinnathan replied to your post: I CAN FINALLY PUT… You’re somewhere in the middle…maybe Bond girl? *attempts to dodge sexist bullets*
The dodging was successful. Haha, I can’t imagine that. Maybe the compromise should shift more to the butler side. Hmm, I vote for miserable/snooty waitress. Who would you be?
quinnathan replied to your post: I CAN FINALLY PUT A VOICE TO THE FACE. That might’ve been my worst message ever, so there’s nothing to worry about. I really didn’t know how to properly responded. I was thinking of saying something like, “You mean that kind of accent isn’t a fabrication of Hollywood?”
I think you must have a pretty good score of messages if that’s your worst. And it isn’t up to the standard of a Bond villain, but I’d like to think I have the sarcastic butler thing down.
(This has to be the worst response to a message ever, but I really don’t know how to respond to that.)
What did you imagine?
I highly doubt that. But I will post a video - no unimpressed expressions or lack of speaking - soon, just because. Such a unity will not be wonderful.
is the fact that it seeks to ‘serve justice’, and yet punishes countless people who have done nothing wrong. Falsely convicted innocents aside - and that isn’t to say those who have done the crimes should face execution anyway - I mean those who were particularly close to the criminal. Because I can guarantee you that the parents, siblings, friends and children of the people being killed probably don’t condone that person’s actions. And in order to allow one family a sense of ‘justice’ for a murder, you’re making another batch of innocents face bereavement on top of the shock of conviction.
The stupidity just piles up.
I always get choked up at that scene in Sex and the City where Miranda visits Steve’s apartment, thinking there’s still a chance with him, and finds him baking cupcakes. The bit where she’s really sweet and starts to help, and then finds out they aren’t actually for the playground but for Debbie. And Steve has to go, and she’s standing there making birthday cupcakes for the guy she’s still in love with’s new girlfriend. Then she calls Carrie, crying, and accidentally screws up the icing.