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Aerial Assault

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    Do you ever get anything right? :lmao:

    :unsure: Wow, you're weird.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bromance See the first sentence, which reads "A bromance or "man-crush" is a close but non-sexual relationship between two men, a form of homosocial intimacy."

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=bromance See this too.

    HTH.

    They aren't the same thing, n00b. :lmao:
    Yeah, actually, they pretty much are. But I'll bite - - how are they different?
    :coffee:
    Still waiting . . . :lmao:
  2. Bromance = mancrush. If you like another guy for some reason you may get accused of having one.

    X

    Do you ever get anything right? :thumbup:

    :goodposting: Wow, you're weird.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bromance See the first sentence, which reads "A bromance or "man-crush" is a close but non-sexual relationship between two men, a form of homosocial intimacy."

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=bromance See this too.

    HTH.

    They aren't the same thing, n00b. :)
    Yeah, actually, they pretty much are. But I'll bite - - how are they different?
  3. Bromance = mancrush. If you like another guy for some reason you may get accused of having one.

    X

    Do you ever get anything right? :thumbup:

    :goodposting: Wow, you're weird.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bromance See the first sentence, which reads "A bromance or "man-crush" is a close but non-sexual relationship between two men, a form of homosocial intimacy."

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=bromance See this too.

    HTH.

  4. I'm tired of [guy turns his cell phone on as the plane taxis from the runway to the terminal] . . . "hey, I just landed." No, you didn't. You sat on your ### with the rest of us while the guy/gal who possesses actualy skills did. I prefer "the plane just landed."

    I don't know about this one. I think I prefer "I just landed". Can I get a ruling here from one of the higher ups?
    :X Is there such a thing around these parts?
  5. Up Country by Nelson DeMille, who wrote The General's Daughter, which I thought was just a so-so one-off thriller from a few years ago, not anything based on a book. Anyway, Up Country is really good. It's a very entertaining travelogue of Vietnam about twenty-two years after the fall of Saigon, and has loads of details on battlefields, some of the major engagements of the war, and postwar developments. The dialogue is pretty good and the plot (I haven't finished yet) suitably mysterious. I had most recently read several more serious (i.e., nonfiction) books, so the escape is welcome. Recommended.
  6. because I was too drunk to use a light switch,

    I've been drunk many times. Really drunk. HTF are you too drunk to use a LIGHT SWITCH?!!

    Most babies learn this skill by 6 months. I'm leaning back toward you shooting him.

    :lmao:

    I have to laugh at some of you who, while having time to think about it, tell us how you would rationally handle the situation. I know how my husband would react and I believe 99% of the guys here would do the same. At the very least I would think you guys would tackle him to the ground, probably get a few punches in, subdue him, THEN ask questions. IMO, it's a normal, instinctual way for a male to react when you realize that someone is in your home in the middle of the night. Natural instinct to protect. Nothing wrong with that.

    :thumbup:
  7. To date I still have no idea what they were going for here. The chick is probably pretty in normal lighting with her hair not pulled back severely, but WITH the bizarre lighting and no hair, not to mention the insane mannerisms she's affecting, I keep waiting for her to have a lizard tongue bust through her skull and right at the screen, or to begin speaking like a demon, or something. Unbelievably off-putting. I will never buy what they're selling.

  8. I got something to share. Did you ever have someone REFUSE to answer a multiple choice question from eHarmony? I got a write in answer of:

    This is really one of the first things you want to know about me?

    Yup. One time I asked one of the pat ones and I got "I really hate answering these questions." :close: People are really weird.
  9. OK, based on advice from krista and others I've started being upfront about the separated thing with anyone who shows interest. So I'm 32, have a kid, and legally I'm married... let's see how fast these 23-25 year olds run away. :wall:

    Way to take absolutely horrible advice, guy :topcat:
    Update: Much to my suprise, this doesn't seem to be scaring anyone off. :drive:
    I've been saying this all along. They like it that you are confident enough to be upfront. The honestly thing gets you brownie points too.
    And you're, uh, being honest. About something that is going to come out later anyway. Doesn't surprise me that few people are scared off.
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