How can I make myself feel better? How do y'all make yourselves feel better.
The zombie apocalypse has happened. You've banded together with a group of other survivors and somehow risen to leadership position in the group. One of the group members is being a complete slacker, mooch, not pulling his weight. You've spoken to him about it more than once, to no avail. Do you...?
***Thanks for the replies. I'm just going to let it go until he lets me know he's ready.***
Have any of you done a group exam before?
Will you share any tips that you could think of that have worked for you?
I would appreciate any help!
Corgi is a chewer. He'll chew furniture and drywall. So to combat this we used to give him chew toys a-plenty. However, when we introduced the Aussie into the house, he discovered he's far too possessive over really good chew things because she'll try to swipe them from him. After one or two scuffles (no bloodshed or anything like that, but two sufficiently pissed off dogs) we downgraded them both to simple non-food toys and they're quite fine sharing those. For the most part, they play together during the day and wrestle and occupy each other. However, lately the Corgi has gone back to his old ways of chewing out of (I guess) boredom.
-We can't leave them outside because the Aussie is a barker and we have an elderly neighbor
-We already only give them run of the front room while we're gone, so we're already containing them
-Corgi would surely be less bored with more tasty chew things but that's a big fat no
-Corgi does not seem the least bit turned off by no-chew spray, hot pepper or lemon stuff
Does anyone have any ideas for solving this? I am worried he's going to start chewing on our wooden stairs or something next (1920's house)! Doggie daycare is too expensive, and I want him to be entertained while we're gone, but not with toys that I know he'll get snappy about when the Aussie pup tries to swipe them.
Edited to add: they don't ever chew on anything when I'm home, just to make things tricky
For example, there are two lanes that are dedicated right turn lanes. You're the in the outer right turn lane, do you turn on red? I usually do, but I'm not sure if this is exactly legal where I live.
What's your favorite accent?
N.A: What was the last thing (other than bills) you received in the mail?
Assuming you committed a crime, and were given option of punishment, would you choose...?
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What should I buy?
My 5-year-old cousin was sitting on the porch after playing soccer with his mouth hanging open. I asked why he had his mouth open like that, and he answered, "Acting like alligators. They open their mouths when it's hot to let the heat out."
Why did the chicken cross the road?
Jessica Simpson: Why would chickens cross the road? I thought they lived in the ocean?
Machiavelli: The point is that the chicken crossed the road. Who cares why? The end of crossing the road justifies whatever motive there was.
Neil Armstrong: To go where no chicken has gone before.
George Bush: We don't really care why the chicken crossed the road. We just want to know if the chicken is on our side of the road or not. The chicken is either with us or it is against us. There is no middle ground.
Dr. Seuss: Did the chicken cross the road? Did he cross it with a toad? Yes, the chicken crossed the road. But why it crossed, I've not been told.
Ernest Hemingway: To die. In the rain. Alone.
L.A.P.D.: Give me ten minutes alone with the chicken and I'll find out.
Colonel Sanders: I missed one?
Who would you add and what explanation would they give?
I'd probably have House cite a neurological disorder or Peter Griffin claim it didn't wanna get its ass kicked again. :P
What home/office decor do you have that involves animal imagery? Any other images like fruit/flowers/fairies/sad clowns on velvet?
Therefore, do you sell it, or do you keep it?
I just learned that flax seeds are so slippery that you could drown in a vat of them. Wow!
That would make for an interesting post-mortem:
"But there was no water anywhere..."
"No, she drowned in flax seeds."
I've never been one to really skip school, but this professor is awful. He is so elitist and classist it's unbelievable, and he will not shut up about his ~HARVARD DEGREE~. A good portion of every lecture is spent- not on the subject matter- but on how awesome and "cultured" he is. It sucks because it's hard enough for me to enjoy a religious studies class when it's a class of 100 people (and not a discussion forum), but now I also have to contend with his pompousness.
Also, what are your favorite chips?
Do you think cake legitimately counts as a grain product, when considering a balanced diet? *Not 'on' a diet, just general healthy eating.*
Will you show me a pic of a pair of shoes you're wanting?
2. What does ironic really mean? I thought it had to do with opposites? I suck at making up examples. I've noticed that some people on the internet become mindlessly infuriated over the usage of this word, and I don't want to accidentally incur their wrath one day. I have also, to my knowledge, never seen this word used incorrectly, except for once a few weeks ago...OR SO I THINK. What if she was the only person using it correctly?
3. Have you ever tried working around one of your flaws instead of trying to improve yourself (because your improvement attempts kept failing)? How did that turn out?
4. Do you have any green clothing that is part of your regular wardrobe, and is not just for St. Patrick's Day or other special occasions?
would you warn them first?
have you ever had bedbugs or known someone who has?
have you ever had an insect probem in your house?
no, I do not have bedbugs. I'm just curious.