Wouldn’t his socks have been, well, a little rigid if they had been spunked in? I mean, when I change my bed sheets every six months I have to use a cricket bat to fold them enough to put in the washer.
@wrenchmuller yeah, Ross should have noticed that they were a bit hard and crusty. Should have…but for some reason didn’t.
mb. I get that you think I’m some attention loving whore. I get that you think I’m average looking. (Not that I really care, these are all your words.) What I don’t get, it now, now you’re trying to figure out what my new account name is under, based on comments? Everyone has problems, and you just revealed a big one of yours.
I’ve never said “attention loving whore”, that must have been someone else (or your subconcious). I wouldn’t call someone a whore just for commenting frequently on some irrelevant website.
When you said you had a new profile set up I thought it would be mildly amusing to try and guess which one it was. (As others do for other commenters). For you it should be easy as you comments are very distinctive – which is why you attract so much attention. I would like to know what you think my problem is? I should point out that I don’t really care much about anything that happens on Lamebook other than an anthropological interest in online behaviour.
Perhaps you didn’t use those exact words. But, to claim someone tries so hard to be accepted, and loved, as you put it, is to say “attention whore”, in nicer terms. My comments are easy to pick out, mainly because I comment based off my own personality and thought process. Sometimes, yes, I do “copy” (as others do) jokes styles from others, and then put it into my own words.
Anthropological interest I online behaviour? Well then, by all means, if it’s for the greater good of science to study our individual idiocyncrasies, go for it. Normally I wouldn’t care about online opinions towards me, but if I’m being accused of things simply for being myself, then I tend to first ignore them, then ask a few questions if the former doesn’t work.
I hope I don’t regret asking this, but, ok, I’ll bite. Is that really you, Keona?, as you no longer have your picture attached to your name. In addition, you said you’d created another account, so what gives?
It is. I took off my picture because of yesterday’s comments, and while I did say I had created another account (which I did and still have it), I also said that it was for use only if this “hacker” for lack of a better term thing kept going. But it seems that they got it out of their systems and we can get back to being our usual lamebookers. Until someone get bored again, haha.
Jonjones you will have to guess again. Anyway, I give up. Half the comments under my name today I didn’t write and I can’t be bothered going through all the posts to point out which ones I didn’t write and therefore wouldn’t bother defending.