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  1. #21
    It's all Colonel Sanders' fault for making chicken so damned tasty.

  2. #22
    We were looking at peanut butter in the supermarket the other day, and as the main consumer I was urging buying the cheapest when a passing stranger said 'My badgers like it, I make sandwiches with it and the badgers come every night for them.'
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  3. #23
    Discrimination is considered to be a human right, so any society that deprecates discrimination but supports human rights easily finds itself in self-conflict.

    Nowadays we hear more about obesity than fat people, but Oxford Dictionaries defines "obese" as "grossly fat" so there must be a very large number of fat people around for obesity to be considered a problem, or do people just explode from not being fat to being obese?
    'Sharing an experience creates a reality.' Create a new reality today.
    'There has to be some give and take.' If I can take my time I'm willing to give it.
    'The most difficult criticism that a writer has to comprehend is silence.' So speak up.

  4. #24
    Well, I devised a pen name about a month ago, right. And about two weeks later my employer brought in a rehire that worked for the company at another location a few years ago who also happens to have the same first name as my new pen name. I haven't published anything under my new pen name yet but I must think... should I keep the pen name or let them allegedly force me indirectly to change it? The pen name came first.

    I didn't tell anyone about my pen name either because the decision wasn't final, so coincidence? Is my employer spying on me? Is his name real or is he a corporate employee acting out a character?

    This seems like a great idea for a story.
    Last edited by Art Man; September 16th, 2019 at 02:31 AM.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Art Man View Post
    Well, I devised a pen name about a month ago, right. And about two weeks later my employer brought in a rehire that worked for the company at another location a few years ago who also happens to have the same first name as my new pen name. I haven't published anything under my new pen name yet but I must think... should I keep the pen name or let them allegedly force me indirectly to change it? The pen name came first.

    I didn't tell anyone about my pen name either because the decision wasn't final, so coincidence? Is my employer spying on me? Is his name real or is he a corporate employee acting out a character?

    This seems like a great idea for a story.
    Kind of depends. If the name is John or David I wouldn't worry; if it is Ainsley, or Zachariah there might be some cause for concern
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  6. #26
    Why is it so fun to call people names? You know what I mean. The delicious mean warmth that spreads through your chest at the idea of what delicious name you've selected for them, then fills your mouth with joy... I know you know what I mean!

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Ma'am View Post
    Why is it so fun to call people names? You know what I mean. The delicious mean warmth that spreads through your chest at the idea of what delicious name you've selected for them, then fills your mouth with joy... I know you know what I mean!
    My partner looking at my phone found someone listed as S F B; 'Sh*t for brains?'; 'No, Steve from Balham.'
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  8. #28
    I would really like to know where all the annoying little bubbles in my nail polish came from. I've already removed the polish and re-applied it twice.

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