Its not that I don't get the concept,
its just that its very feeble n sub-mediocre,
below your usual standards.
H2O MAN wrote:
H2O MAN wrote:
Shitfarmer, thank you for proving once again that you know your **** about **** and nothing more.
Better watch out! Better not cry! Hawkeye is coming to town to scold you for using words that allude to excrement. David has an aversion, you know.
You're shitting me!, really?
Would I **** you, Waterboy?
I started calling him "Spurt" I think this annoys him so he started saying that Im engaged in scatological insults after hes been calling me "Shitfarmer".
It may look like **** to him but manure's what makes his tomatoes grow big and juicy.
Farmtool has totally forgotten what this thread is about, he's on some sort of holiday season manure spreading mission.
He's real good at spreading the manure around so let's leave him be.
Will one of you please call the other a Poo-Poo Head.
Yay . . . the Wabbit defeated vile Christmas . . . Yay . . . carrotses for ever'body ! ! !
Still wish they would get caption on those things, losses something when you only get racket/pictures without the words.
Anyhow, guess Christmas survived another year, but "what have we done?" Don't know about the rest of you, but I just about run out of patience getting tagged from the salvation army going into and out of stores. Had to tell them more than once, "I don't carry much change, use a debit card..." Pretty soon, I'll be gathering up old toys from last year to take the good will store. Wonder if that counts? Still better than a yard sale at the beginning of spring? Maybe not, I could have a huge yard sale and take the money directly to whatever institution takes the money and gives it to needy families. I'll look into it.
Still OK to say "happy new year?" Any controversy on it?
Not only did christmas survive another year, it means we're still kicking around to "enjoy" it. Now, to survive through New Years day.
ci, sometimes I get a little carried away and start rambling off, should have edited some of the above by cutting it off after "what have we done" and leaving the Happy New Years.
So on Friday I got back from NYC, where I'd gone for the holidays (for The Big One, at least--New Year's I spent home in Massachusetts), and I opened my accumulated mail yesterday, and found I'd gotten the usual card from the Boston Red Sox--every year they send cards to several thousand, I assume, of their dearest friends, since David Ortiz wants us all to be happy. The Sox wished me "Happy Holidays", and I say if "Happy Holidays" is good enough for Big Papi and the Red Sox, then it's good enough for me. So "Happy Holidays", slightly ex post facto, to all of you, and especially to you, David.
I said "Feliz Ano Nuevo" to a Spanish speaker. Is that okay with you? Or do you think that's pandering to multiculturalism, David? How about "Feliz Navidad"?
I said "Feliz Ano Nuevo" to a Spanish speaker. Is that okay with you?
Or do you think that's pandering to multiculturalism, David? How about "Feliz Navidad"?
Yeah, that's OK.
U can speak other languages, if u wanna.
MERRY CHRISTMAS and Happy New Year are more nostalgic.