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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by bigbluesuburban, Feb 11, 2007.
Yes, it was very hot. No, I was not wearing pants.
That is all... Carry on...
Edit: Where's the ice?
man my nut are cold from ice fishing all night but that is taking it too far!
You better go soak it in cider...........
so if you guys reinaction brokeback mountain your problems will be solved sorry about the coffee
I better NOT see one of those "this thread is worthless without pics" things.
oh man, now you could sue yourself for the coffee being too hot like that beeatch that sued Mc Donalds did, I bet you'd win too .if you could not afford the judgement against you, you could have your own wages garnished to pay yourself back .
Actually a friend and I just incorporated our business. And I also have a judgement out against me some way old bill that I didn't pay. And they recently garnish cash from one of my checking accounts in town. SO... if they learn I am now an employee of my new corporation and serve me with paperwork to garnish my own wages I would have to.
On that note. I know another guy who was in a legit battle with his ex over child support (FYI - he is a standup guy and the story is very complex, he takes really great care of his kids) Well, he also own his own corporation and has to garnish his own wages. He can get in WAY MORE trouble as an employer who refuses to carry out the garnishment than he can for not paying the support. Kinda funny none-the-less, amazingly, he doesn't see the humor in it no matter how many times I bring it up and point it out to him.
FYI - crotch much better now...
Soak it in cider.
Or if you want the translation.
Soak it inside her.
i'm glad your feeling better. garnishing your own wages has to be weird!!a customer of mine incorparated his company years ago. when he tried to refinance his house he couldn't cuz he didn't have an income. he forgot to pay himself.
Yeh, I know, I was asking if it was the in "Cider" that made him better. It would tend to take your mind off pain.
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