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Re: problems at work

Unread postby René » 13 December 2020, 13:18

With all due respect, OP, your life satisfaction might benefit enormously from growing a somewhat thicker skin. :hug:

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Marmaduke wrote:So you’re telling me I consumed all those cucumbers for nothing? Are you just making this up as you go along?

No, not you. Him. You keep eating cucumbers. Don't stop.

Must I eat them? Can I not just put them inside me? There’s only so much cucumber a man can eat. 🤢

Haha, this reminds me of a certain Matt from Australia...
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Re: problems at work

Unread postby Magic J » 13 December 2020, 13:56

Marmaduke wrote:Must I eat them? Can I not just put them inside me? There’s only so much cucumber a man can eat. 🤢

Cucumberal insertion is not advised for this problem. That is the cure to a totally different imbalance. Eat the cucumber and drain more blood.
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Re: problems at work

Unread postby GearFetTwinkRomance » 13 December 2020, 16:07

GFTRinFailLingoModus wrote:To Marmaduke esq. ... commonly the humours are with his entity. :shrug:


I have to watch my use of lingo.
I will, with permission issued on February the 30th, overtake the part at the bloodletter's. I will write them a letter using my own sorry blood immediately! Just one letter. I could take 'ß' or maybe 'Ü'. They are so rarely used any more. Poor letters. :cry:

Not that good to store the bile. Makes one's eyes turn yellow-ish. The white section, anyway. One of my auntie's goats had that. Her name was Gretel. Like that gal in the grim story. Lingo. Grimm's stories. Not even certain if that was from them, always gets me confused with stories from environmental activism and stuff.
Thinking about it, do anecdotes about goats generally offend people in modern times? They often react awkward if I tell them at the therapist's office, somehow...
I have to restrain my autist-o-blah, too. Sorry for that.

I like (whacky) humours, but I don't always catch on rightaway. Missing human modi parts related. I wonder if the TO did.

radubradu wrote:I am now being harrassed by this individual, even though I put him on the ignore list and I am not interacting with him, I can see his hateful messages in the replies to other people. While I do feel sorry for him and I think he probably has mental health issues, as only this can explain him sending aggressive, hate filled messages to people he doesn't know, I wonder that this forum does not ban this kind of behaviour or at least allow me to ban him so I don't have to be subjected to attacks I did not even provoke....
Or maybe he does it only to force people to interact with him, this is his way to get people to "contribute" to the forum he dedicated so much of his lonely, sad existence to...


I strongly believe - and I'm watching their nobility evolvy since quite some time - that they are trying to be funny in a way that can be tough to detect ... or translate. It's like with Klingons and dwarves. If you don't know the Klingon culture, if you never learned how to recite poetry in Khuzdul the proper way, in manners that do not regular offend everyone but other closely related dwarves, uhm, it's kind of tough to catch all these fine-tuned specs of humours. All you need is a handheld device for mass spectrometry and some Scota hex magic, just a sprinkle of it, really.
Well, at last but not least, there's fun faith in...

..the idea, that active substances in Curcumis sativa will actually do more than unwrinkle skin. Uhm, and things like that. Mood swings are quite common in the boreal inhabitant population due to SAD prevalence, too.
There could be reasons of which we do not know yet. Maybe their daphodils don't show any sign of life, and this could be a bad omen if they, perhaps, had an omenistic type of suberstition to draw daily cucumber lunch recipes from ... uhm .... that gal named Ariadne makes it hard on me, (she can't make me hard :gay: ) but I do believe...
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Re: problems at work

Unread postby Marmaduke » 13 December 2020, 16:27

I genuinely don’t know what you’re talking about.
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Re: problems at work

Unread postby GearFetTwinkRomance » 13 December 2020, 16:50

No problem. You're not the only one. The Germans never do, just as well. :lol:

I do think you're a nice person, besides ...anyway. Just a differen kind of 'nice'.
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Re: problems at work

Unread postby Marmaduke » 13 December 2020, 17:14

I’m conventionally delightful, thank you very much.
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Re: problems at work

Unread postby Aladdin » 15 December 2020, 09:35

Honestly I think it is best to leave and find something else.

It sounds like the place I work.
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