I don’t think Margo was being anal. I think she wanted to congratulate, but due to the possibilities of something being lost in translation, wasn’t sure if she should. So she took the safe route and congratulated Rachel, at the same time pointing out that her bad spelling and grammar could have possibly lead to an error in communication. I.E. Rachel actually has herpes and is not engaged.
Josh is great. He’s an internet friend of mine from NC. I don’t know why my mom accepted his request. There are a lot more instances where he says ridiculous stuff, like him getting his hair cut and wanting me to get it cut to look like his, me being overly in the closet, etc.
I’m trying to figure out Laura’s thought process here…
“Oh my, some acid just exploded in my face. Ow, that hurts. First stop: Facebook! Then after I tweet about it, post pictures on Flickr, and check on my eBay auctions, perhaps I will go seek medical attention.”
yeah word I know what your sayin and I think it’s hot! The best is when you throw up so hard you get chunks in your nasal cavity and then you have no choice but to sort them back up and down your throat and the taste and feeling is so horrible that it makes you throw up all over again
oh and one more thing, wordpervert, I would be more than happy to offer my facial services to you. If you think an antacid/bile facial does wonders wait until you try one of my Sierra Nevada California pizza kitchen uncle eddies vegan chocolate chip cookie facials.
I wouldn’t call it suffering, bulimia is just the accepted term so that’s what I use, but unfortunately it carries a negative connotation. They should call it the Happy Fun Yak Ride. Or maybe the Peristalsis Rebellion, for those youngsters that are always trying to fight the establishment.
I find it interesting that you chose a food item as a name. Really shows just how obsessed you are with food. You can accept my advice with confidence for I am a doctor of psychology with a minor in third world architecture
freakyfox, I like the sound of your facial food combo.
Lots of food groups in there, but they wouldn’t stay in my body long enough if I’d been drinking for me to benefit from their nutrient value.
I remember when I first started dating my ex husband, he’d take me out to dinner every Friday night, followed by some drinking and dancing.
Sure enough, the dinner would make a return appearance later that evening.
He used to get so pissed, complaining about how he’d paid for a dinner that went to waste.
He’s an accountant, so money matters to the bastard, and I’m sure if he’d had the stomach, he would have got in that toilet bowl and eaten the vomit.
He’s an accountant, so that should explain everything.
Yeah we both have been reading Lamebook for a while. I usually avoid the comments because of unneeded arguments and such. A friend of ours uploaded this though. Oh, I also showed my mom that we got on here, she laughed.
Definitely with pineapplesalad on this one, when sanc wrote “THIS IS ABSURD.” all I could imagine was the expression that would be on his face, one of those ‘This can’t be happening’ looks. Good laughs.
And freakyfox, you aren’t the only one who has gotten puke in their nose from vomiting that hard. It’s the worst when you have to snort it back down just to cough it back up. Nasty shit. FYI, apple juice is TERRIBLE before puking, nobody should taste that.
And yo everyone.
Josh and Mrs. Kim M. A match made in heaven, despite pleas to the contrary from young “J.d” (who caps the first initial but not the next? Does “J.d.” stand for “James dipshit”?)
OK, back to Josh and Mrs. Kim. Did anyone see ‘American Pie II’?
Yeah, vomiting so hard it comes out the nostrils definitely doesn’t make you a freak. It’s rough though. I’ve had a noseful of cask wine and McChicken before. That was a horrendous spew. My whole body ached afterwards. I showered, brushed my teeth and then slept all day.
I’m glad that people have pointed out the Rachel’s spelling isn’t that bad. Her punctuation skills could use a little work, but…eh. I also like that the spelling criticism came from someone who doesn’t use an apostrophe in the word “can’t”.
I was also much more bothered by the fact that it happened on Saturday right before prom than the fact that Rachel’s spelling skills are slightly under par.
Prom is usually in your senior year of high school (around 17/18 yrs of age).
@freakyfox/soup : I don’t recall ever having anything go up my nasal passage ( But then again, I’ve only thrown up a few times in my lifetime (usually from some type of ailment rather than from drinking).
I was engaged at 17, and I think I turned out okay. Then again, my spelling and grammar skills make Rachel look like a chimp who knows sign language, so maybe that’s more of an indicator of future relationship success.
@BritishHobo: Prom happens usually (depending on the school) both junior year and senior year of high school (11th grade and 12th grade–average age 17 and 18, respectively.)
Also, in my mind, it’s less the age and more the fact that they’re still in high school. Finding the love of your life in high school works for some people. It works a lot less for the greater majority. I was reasonably mature at 17 (when I was a senior), but I was a completely different person from the person I am today. If I’d gotten engaged to someone I fell in love with at that point in my life, it’s pretty likely that relationship would have ended within a year and a half. If it hadn’t, at this point, we would most likely both be completely fucking miserable.
Some people are lucky and find a person who can change with them at that point (or, they’ve pretty much found who they are by then), and they can stay together forever. Or at least, for a super long time. A lot of people are better off waiting until later.
@guinevere I don’t see it as Rollergirl putting down the chimp, but the exact opposite. The chimp is being put on a relatively similar level of intelligence with a human being. One that might not be as smart as… Let’s say, about… Geez, I can’t really think of a number. I can’t decide on how many more stupid people there are in the world then Rachel, it makes me sad to think about.
Regardless, I highly doubt that, in the context of what was said, the chimp was being knocked in the least.
I get where you were going with the “don’t compare chimps to that moron” thing, but they actually do have pretty atrocious grammar, owing to the fact that they can usually understand 3-word sequences at most.
I can’t help it, but #3 makes me think of the titles of two fairly recent (within the last 2 years) movies: ‘Rachel getting Married’ and ‘Margo(t) at the Wedding’. I think in this case, we can presume Margo will not be at the wedding.
Ok, so I may just remove myself from here for rambling on…