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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 8 November 2019, 13:23

Derek wrote:My new boss called me in to say she's assigning me 10-15 hours a week of pure paperwork. I guess she had a sense of how not-busy I am because she didn't even ask if I could handle it. All the same I'm about to dust off my resumé.

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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby Derek » 8 November 2019, 18:56

I'm too old and decrepit to be a sugar baby twink. It's time I made it on my own merits.
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby Severelius » 9 November 2019, 20:46

I'm back in a "god damn it I really really really wanna play Dungeons and Dragons" mood but can't because I know nobody else who either does play it or ever would.
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby kenzie_matt » 28 November 2019, 06:26

Sorry Capt! :(
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby rogonandi » 28 November 2019, 09:12

I had to shell out a lot of money for medication today, but both my husband and I need this medication to function like normal, nice human beings.
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 9 December 2019, 09:41

I keep getting ID challenged to buy Red Bull lately. The last three consecutive times I have been asked to produce ID to prove I’m old enough to purchase energy drinks.

The age limit is 16.

I am 31. :shifty:

I do not look 16. Flatteringly, I’d like to think I could play mid-to-late 20s. That’s probably wishful thinking.
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby kenzie_matt » 9 December 2019, 09:56

Marmaduke wrote:I keep getting ID challenged to buy Red Bull lately. The last three consecutive times I have been asked to produce ID to prove I’m old enough to purchase energy drinks.

The age limit is 16.

I am 31. :shifty:

I do not look 16. Flatteringly, I’d like to think I could play mid-to-late 20s. That’s probably wishful thinking.


Care to show us the face in question? Although it must be really frustrating to be asked for ID to buy an energy drink.... they don't do that here in South Africa (at least not as far as I'm aware)
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby rogonandi » 9 December 2019, 09:58

I had to change the sheets of our bed because I accidentally got raw chicken juice all over them... :(
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby René » 9 December 2019, 10:19

Marmaduke wrote:I keep getting ID challenged to buy Red Bull lately. The last three consecutive times I have been asked to produce ID to prove I’m old enough to purchase energy drinks.

The age limit is 16.

I am 31. :shifty:

I do not look 16. Flatteringly, I’d like to think I could play mid-to-late 20s. That’s probably wishful thinking.

In the store's defence, you are looking great, and there may have been a certain degree of aging backwards, appearance-wise, over the last few years.

Also, I believe these stores tend to have a policy where they'll challenge anyone who looks under e.g. 25, rather than the actual legal age threshold.

Anyway, you can always grow a beard / some stubble. That makes a huge difference in my experience. Early-20s Brenden rarely got carded for alcohol when he had some facial hair.

rogonandi wrote:I had to change the sheets of our bed because I accidentally got raw chicken juice all over them... :(

Ewww.
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby LostGuy94 » 9 December 2019, 10:26

Marmaduke wrote:I keep getting ID challenged to buy Red Bull lately. The last three consecutive times I have been asked to produce ID to prove I’m old enough to purchase energy drinks.

The age limit is 16.

I am 31. :shifty:

I do not look 16. Flatteringly, I’d like to think I could play mid-to-late 20s. That’s probably wishful thinking.


Some places are insane with asking for ID for stuff, most places don't give a toss about asking for ID for games & DVDs... not Morrisons though, buying a Sarah Millican DVD as a Christmas present for someone when I was aged 23 for a rated 15 DVD is a bit much and wasn't the only time they did this and not unique to the same store either.
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby Brenden » 9 December 2019, 11:14

rogonandi wrote:I had to change the sheets of our bed because I accidentally got raw chicken juice all over them... :(

What were you doing with “raw chicken juice” in bed‽
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby Jacketh » 9 December 2019, 11:30

Marmaduke wrote:I keep getting ID challenged to buy Red Bull lately. The last three consecutive times I have been asked to produce ID to prove I’m old enough to purchase energy drinks.

The age limit is 16.

I am 31. :shifty:

I do not look 16. Flatteringly, I’d like to think I could play mid-to-late 20s. That’s probably wishful thinking.


Same! (Although I guess I'm only 22 - but still, I look over 16 :P)

I never even knew Red Bull had an age limit.
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby René » 9 December 2019, 11:35

Brenden wrote:
rogonandi wrote:I had to change the sheets of our bed because I accidentally got raw chicken juice all over them... :(

What were you doing with “raw chicken juice” in bed‽

I don't think I want to know.
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby Brenden » 9 December 2019, 11:36

Jacketh wrote:I never even knew Red Bull had an age limit.

An age limit for energy drinks came into force a few years ago, thankfully.

I still remember working at ASDA on Friday and Saturday nights and seeing all the children coming in and buying tonnes of them with their friends.

The caffeine and sugar and sleep disruption is so bad for their developing brains and bodies. :shake:
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 9 December 2019, 12:00

Brenden wrote:
rogonandi wrote:I had to change the sheets of our bed because I accidentally got raw chicken juice all over them... :(

What were you doing with “raw chicken juice” in bed‽

Ask not the questions for which you’d rather not have answers, Brenden. The boudoir frolics of other married couples is for them and them alone.

Although I will offer Andy a courtesy reminder that the handling of raw chicken should be done in a sanitary, controlled and cautious fashion. Please be sure to wash any and all areas which have come into first or second hand contact with raw meat before letting them anywhere near any bodily orifices.

I wouldn’t want a harmless role play, apparently set in a chicken processing plant, to end with one of you getting salmonella. Dependent on how geographically accurate you’ve gone with the role play, you may also wish to exercise extreme caution with the chlorine.
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 9 December 2019, 12:05

kenzie_matt wrote:
Marmaduke wrote:I keep getting ID challenged to buy Red Bull lately. The last three consecutive times I have been asked to produce ID to prove I’m old enough to purchase energy drinks.

The age limit is 16.

I am 31. :shifty:

I do not look 16. Flatteringly, I’d like to think I could play mid-to-late 20s. That’s probably wishful thinking.


Care to show us the face in question? Although it must be really frustrating to be asked for ID to buy an energy drink.... they don't do that here in South Africa (at least not as far as I'm aware)

This is me as I presented myself to the woman today. On the scale of 16 to 31, I am definitely very much on the right. :p
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 9 December 2019, 12:09

René wrote:
Marmaduke wrote:I keep getting ID challenged to buy Red Bull lately. The last three consecutive times I have been asked to produce ID to prove I’m old enough to purchase energy drinks.

The age limit is 16.

I am 31. :shifty:

I do not look 16. Flatteringly, I’d like to think I could play mid-to-late 20s. That’s probably wishful thinking.

In the store's defence, you are looking great, and there may have been a certain degree of aging backwards, appearance-wise, over the last few years.

Also, I believe these stores tend to have a policy where they'll challenge anyone who looks under e.g. 25, rather than the actual legal age threshold.

Anyway, you can always grow a beard / some stubble. That makes a huge difference in my experience. Early-20s Brenden rarely got carded for alcohol when he had some facial hair.


You’re very kind to say so, and I know metrically that I have changed a lot, but what’s weird is that I genuinely don’t think I can see it in myself. I feel better, and lots happier and more comfortable, but I look in the mirror and I see the same things I always have. People around me tell me I’m looking different, but I’m still fairly resolved that I look 31. I don’t even think I look that much slimmer. I’m just happier, maybe it’s that?

Stubble, though, is probably not the answer. Sadly puberty did not have a great effect on my ability to grow facial hair and thus is probably better to avoid it.
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby Jacketh » 9 December 2019, 12:15

Brenden wrote:
Jacketh wrote:I never even knew Red Bull had an age limit.

An age limit for energy drinks came into force a few years ago, thankfully.

I still remember working at ASDA on Friday and Saturday nights and seeing all the children coming in and buying tonnes of them with their friends.

The caffeine and sugar and sleep disruption is so bad for their developing brains and bodies. :shake:


Yeah, I guess its a good thing.

There should be more education/awareness about caffeine in general I think. I can't stand coffee and didn't like energy drinks, so when I started abusing stimulants and ordered 200mg caffeine pills, I was amazed at how insanely strong it was. A caffeine & phenibut combination really isn't all that different to the levels of energy & confidence I felt with cocaine.
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby René » 9 December 2019, 12:19

Marmaduke wrote:You’re very kind to say so, and I know metrically that I have changed a lot, but what’s weird is that I genuinely don’t think I can see it in myself. I feel better, and lots happier and more comfortable, but I look in the mirror and I see the same things I always have. People around me tell me I’m looking different, but I’m still fairly resolved that I look 31. I don’t even think I look that much slimmer. I’m just happier, maybe it’s that?

Probably that's a part of it, but you do look slimmer and more defined. You look healthy, which I imagine people associate with youth :)

Marmaduke wrote:Stubble, though, is probably not the answer. Sadly puberty did not have a great effect on my ability to grow facial hair and thus is probably better to avoid it.

If you ever want to change that, minoxidil foam helps :D (available on eBay; takes a while to kick in, though; it requires some dedication to apply it once or twice every day, but you should see significant results after a few months)
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Re: What put a frown on your face today?

Unread postby rogonandi » 9 December 2019, 18:13

Brenden wrote:
rogonandi wrote:I had to change the sheets of our bed because I accidentally got raw chicken juice all over them... :(

What were you doing with “raw chicken juice” in bed‽

Nothing sexual if that makes anyone feel better. :D

I wanted him to smell it in case it was bad and he wouldn’t come to the kitchen to do that. The bag it was in might’ve leaked or he may have been holding it funny. :shrug:
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