ProAdCo wrote:Sarge25 wrote:ProAdCo wrote: From time to time Valerie tells wild, crazy stories. But, I never see Valerie with any typo's or misspelled wording.
I'm always bad on typo's. I wonder which brand speller Valerie uses for word check?
I doubt she uses one.
I doubt she uses one too, but my fingers needs to practice typing as they can't keep up with my thoughts at times and then depending on my fingers to type perfect, I'm bad on word checking.
valerie wrote:Sarge25 wrote: Yes! We should banish valentine's day!
It'll never happen though obviously, so not to worry it'll be back around again in no time.
No rush on it but lets not do away with it otherwise I might not exist!
ProAdCo wrote: If you’ve ever been to the U.K., you might notice that the fast food restaurants over there are a little bit different, and slightly healthier than they are here. In the past, I wrote about how it’s a common practice for food companies (everyone from Betty Crocker to Pringles to Quaker Oats) to reformulate their products with safer ingredients overseas, while they continue to sell us inferior products with unhealthy ingredients here in the States. If you walk into any McDonald’s in the U.K. you’ll find organic milk available for children in their Happy Meals, and no chocolate milk. Just think about that for a minute…
McDonald’s serves organic milk to children in the U.K.? But not here in the U.S.?
BouldRake wrote:Quote: it's also pretty lonely at times too
Yes, and that's why we need to see other people suffer, because if you don't, in those moments of weakness, you could make a terrible mistake.
BouldRake wrote: Yes, I do really.
Valentine's day is not about a couple celebrating their love. It's really a warning to the rest of us. It's like the modern version of keeping a head on a pike.
BouldRake wrote: Some of us need valentines day though. I've been single for a very long time, and have no real intention of changing that. It's the one day a year that I get to see couples paying ridiculous sums of money for crap neither of them want to remind me why I'm better off out of it.