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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Lucas » 1 January 2013, 13:49

An incredible night out.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby xyz72 » 1 January 2013, 15:42

René wrote:
Simon wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Simon wrote:Passport obtained!

Was it very difficult?

It was just very nerve-wracking. I hate government offices and talking to government people. Too much anxiety. I feel as if I'll accidentally do something wrong at any moment and be arrested.

That's how I feel whenever I enter the US. Especially at the point where they make you sign a document waiving all your rights.

Seriously? :blargh:
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Blaz » 1 January 2013, 20:13

No morning hangover!
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby canna » 1 January 2013, 20:22

Love2Fook wrote:I woke up with this guy i've been seeing for 2 weeks in my bed this morning :awesome:



That always seemed to make me smile also.
Now I don't even sleep if my guy is not home.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Blaz » 2 January 2013, 18:18

Shaved! God I hate when I let my facial hair grow out.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Bang » 3 January 2013, 01:43

René wrote:
Simon wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Simon wrote:Passport obtained!

Was it very difficult?

It was just very nerve-wracking. I hate government offices and talking to government people. Too much anxiety. I feel as if I'll accidentally do something wrong at any moment and be arrested.

That's how I feel whenever I enter the US. Especially at the point where they make you sign a document waiving all your rights.

I had a similar experience when I went to Canada a couple of years ago. They were very rude. Passport control in France was very warm, and Italian control was a little creepy. The woman behind the screen wanted to pinch my cheeks because they had become rosy from the morning chill in the airport.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Lucas » 3 January 2013, 01:52

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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 3 January 2013, 02:04

Today, at a Sandwich shop, I watched with great cheer as an American - completely and arrogantly dismissive of the shop owners warning that English mustard is stronger than American mustard - put most of a jar of Coleman's onto his sandwich, assure the entire shop with much bravado that he loved Mustard, take a massive bite and then choke and cough on the verge of tears.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Edward » 3 January 2013, 03:11

Bang wrote:
René wrote:
Simon wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Simon wrote:Passport obtained!

Was it very difficult?

It was just very nerve-wracking. I hate government offices and talking to government people. Too much anxiety. I feel as if I'll accidentally do something wrong at any moment and be arrested.

That's how I feel whenever I enter the US. Especially at the point where they make you sign a document waiving all your rights.

I had a similar experience when I went to Canada a couple of years ago.

My memory of entering New York was hilarious. 'Left Fingers, Thumb. Right Fingers, Thumb.'
Have a nice day too :lol:

We flew to Toronto the next week and the woman there was so lovely. She asked us what we were doing and when we said we were in a hotel with a view of Niagra Falls, she advised us to stay an extra day there as it was Canada day and there were fireworks and stuff, which we did! I'm kind of disappointed if that isn't common in Canada, it's the nicest experience I've had in customs.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Brenden » 3 January 2013, 13:22

Marmaduke wrote:Today, at a Sandwich shop, I watched with great cheer as an American - completely and arrogantly dismissive of the shop owners warning that English mustard is stronger than American mustard - put most of a jar of Coleman's onto his sandwich, assure the entire shop with much bravado that he loved Mustard, take a massive bite and then choke and cough on the verge of tears.

:rofl:
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby René » 3 January 2013, 13:25

Gmail's 30-second delay option that gives you a chance to undo sending a message.
I almost sent my cousin an email with an inappropriate article.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby René » 3 January 2013, 14:05

xyz72 wrote:
René wrote:
Simon wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Simon wrote:Passport obtained!

Was it very difficult?

It was just very nerve-wracking. I hate government offices and talking to government people. Too much anxiety. I feel as if I'll accidentally do something wrong at any moment and be arrested.

That's how I feel whenever I enter the US. Especially at the point where they make you sign a document waiving all your rights.

Seriously? :blargh:

Pretty much. I think that only happened when I arrived by plane, though; I don't remember that happening when I entered the US by car. Although it might just be that I had already had to waive my rights after landing by plane and they were efficient enough not to ask me to do it again when I later re-entered the country over land.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Brenden » 3 January 2013, 14:11

René wrote:
xyz72 wrote:
René wrote:
Simon wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Simon wrote:Passport obtained!

Was it very difficult?

It was just very nerve-wracking. I hate government offices and talking to government people. Too much anxiety. I feel as if I'll accidentally do something wrong at any moment and be arrested.

That's how I feel whenever I enter the US. Especially at the point where they make you sign a document waiving all your rights.

Seriously? :blargh:

Pretty much. I think that only happened when I arrived by plane, though; I don't remember that happening when I entered the US by car. Although it might just be that I had already had to waive my rights after landing by plane and they were efficient enough not to ask me to do it again when I later re-entered the country over land.

They did search the car, though, and make us feel like criminals, remember?
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby René » 3 January 2013, 15:13

Brenden wrote:
René wrote:
xyz72 wrote:
René wrote:
Simon wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Simon wrote:Passport obtained!

Was it very difficult?

It was just very nerve-wracking. I hate government offices and talking to government people. Too much anxiety. I feel as if I'll accidentally do something wrong at any moment and be arrested.

That's how I feel whenever I enter the US. Especially at the point where they make you sign a document waiving all your rights.

Seriously? :blargh:

Pretty much. I think that only happened when I arrived by plane, though; I don't remember that happening when I entered the US by car. Although it might just be that I had already had to waive my rights after landing by plane and they were efficient enough not to ask me to do it again when I later re-entered the country over land.

They did search the car, though, and make us feel like criminals, remember?

Ah yes, I forgot all about that since the UK Border Agency puts us through that all the time.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Paragon » 3 January 2013, 15:47

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I AM GONNA BE RICH!!!
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Bookface » 3 January 2013, 15:54

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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Brenden » 3 January 2013, 19:36

This.

I can't wait for vector-based video.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Frigid » 3 January 2013, 20:24

Brenden wrote:I can't wait for vector-based video.

Do you mean HTML5 video tag? Or literally vector-based video (at least a five-year wait).
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Brenden » 3 January 2013, 21:19

Reitou Sakura wrote:
Brenden wrote:I can't wait for vector-based video.

Do you mean HTML5 video tag? Or literally vector-based video (at least a five-year wait).

Literally vector-based video codecs.
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Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Blaz » 3 January 2013, 22:18

Spent some quality time with la familia.
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