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PostPosted: Mon Mar 25, 2013 4:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I hate work

Dont want to be up this early
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I hear ya. I work nights. 8-4 or 10-6. I'd much rather work days. What do you do?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 25, 2013 8:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I hear ya. I work nights. 8-4 or 10-6. I'd much rather work days. What do you do?


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The fiancee and I just started watching Game of Thrones and got through the first season this past weekend. It's a good watch, but I have to ask (spoiler-free of course)... after watching every episode, is it natural to feel like you've been kicked in the junk as well as also wanting to punch a punching bag for an hour?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 25, 2013 9:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BwickBrownie wrote:
The fiancee and I just started watching Game of Thrones and got through the first season this past weekend. It's a good watch, but I have to ask (spoiler-free of course)... after watching every episode, is it natural to feel like you've been kicked in the junk as well as also wanting to punch a punching bag for an hour?


I'm normally pretty good at keeping up with a plot and the characters, but there are so many people to keep track of in that show lol
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nugpimpen wrote:
BwickBrownie wrote:
The fiancee and I just started watching Game of Thrones and got through the first season this past weekend. It's a good watch, but I have to ask (spoiler-free of course)... after watching every episode, is it natural to feel like you've been kicked in the junk as well as also wanting to punch a punching bag for an hour?


I'm normally pretty good at keeping up with a plot and the characters, but there are so many people to keep track of in that show lol


I know exactly what you mean! Luckily, my fiancee has actually read the books (even before the show came out) so during the first three or four episodes there were multiple blu-ray pauses where I had to ask her what was going on, and she's done an excellent job of describing all the different relationships and background into what has happened in the past that lead everything to where it was.
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nugpimpen wrote:
BwickBrownie wrote:
The fiancee and I just started watching Game of Thrones and got through the first season this past weekend. It's a good watch, but I have to ask (spoiler-free of course)... after watching every episode, is it natural to feel like you've been kicked in the junk as well as also wanting to punch a punching bag for an hour?


I'm normally pretty good at keeping up with a plot and the characters, but there are so many people to keep track of in that show lol


I know exactly what you mean! Luckily, my fiancee has actually read the books (even before the show came out) so during the first three or four episodes there were multiple blu-ray pauses where I had to ask her what was going on, and she's done an excellent job of describing all the different relationships and background into what has happened in the past that lead everything to where it was.


I mean I like the show, but i sorta stopped following because it was just too mind numbing lol
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nugpimpen wrote:
BwickBrownie wrote:
nugpimpen wrote:
BwickBrownie wrote:
The fiancee and I just started watching Game of Thrones and got through the first season this past weekend. It's a good watch, but I have to ask (spoiler-free of course)... after watching every episode, is it natural to feel like you've been kicked in the junk as well as also wanting to punch a punching bag for an hour?


I'm normally pretty good at keeping up with a plot and the characters, but there are so many people to keep track of in that show lol


I know exactly what you mean! Luckily, my fiancee has actually read the books (even before the show came out) so during the first three or four episodes there were multiple blu-ray pauses where I had to ask her what was going on, and she's done an excellent job of describing all the different relationships and background into what has happened in the past that lead everything to where it was.


I mean I like the show, but i sorta stopped following because it was just too mind numbing lol


Not to mention that I also follow a ton of other shows and just don't have time for another.

I follow Breaking Bad, HIMYM, The Office, Walking Dead, Californication, Big Bang Theory, Modern Family, South Park, Tosh and Dexter. That's just off the top of my head lol
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nugpimpen wrote:
nugpimpen wrote:
BwickBrownie wrote:
nugpimpen wrote:
BwickBrownie wrote:
The fiancee and I just started watching Game of Thrones and got through the first season this past weekend. It's a good watch, but I have to ask (spoiler-free of course)... after watching every episode, is it natural to feel like you've been kicked in the junk as well as also wanting to punch a punching bag for an hour?


I'm normally pretty good at keeping up with a plot and the characters, but there are so many people to keep track of in that show lol


I know exactly what you mean! Luckily, my fiancee has actually read the books (even before the show came out) so during the first three or four episodes there were multiple blu-ray pauses where I had to ask her what was going on, and she's done an excellent job of describing all the different relationships and background into what has happened in the past that lead everything to where it was.


I mean I like the show, but i sorta stopped following because it was just too mind numbing lol


Not to mention that I also follow a ton of other shows and just don't have time for another.

I follow Breaking Bad, HIMYM, The Office, Walking Dead, Californication, Big Bang Theory, Modern Family, South Park, Tosh and Dexter. That's just off the top of my head lol


I can imagine why that might be tough... you look back and start to wonder why you remember Game of Thrones as being that one show that takes place in Medieval times where the main character lives with his brilliant but dorky best friend, kills zombies, and makes crystal meth while moonlighting as a serial killer who works for a paper company. I had DVR overload a couple of months ago and finally just decided to jettison trying to keep up with everything and wait until it's on hulu, netflix or dvd.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 25, 2013 11:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

fsubrowns9510 wrote:
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I hear ya. I work nights. 8-4 or 10-6. I'd much rather work days. What do you do?


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 25, 2013 12:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think Lombardi wears underoos. Also, I think Banner picks them out for him most of the time. Upon occasion, if Lombardi makes Banner's coffee and orders Banner's lunch correctly, Lombardi is allowed to pick his own superhero underpants the following day. I bet when he gets to pick, he wears Wonder Twins.
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fsubrowns9510 wrote:
NewWorldOrder wrote:
I hear ya. I work nights. 8-4 or 10-6. I'd much rather work days. What do you do?


Sales @ a Floral Wholesaler

You?


Poker dealer at Horseshoe.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's pretty cool for the most part. I'm trying to switch shifts or start times. I'll tell you what, Sundays after Browns home games can be challenging!
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nugpimpen wrote:
nugpimpen wrote:
BwickBrownie wrote:
nugpimpen wrote:
BwickBrownie wrote:
The fiancee and I just started watching Game of Thrones and got through the first season this past weekend. It's a good watch, but I have to ask (spoiler-free of course)... after watching every episode, is it natural to feel like you've been kicked in the junk as well as also wanting to punch a punching bag for an hour?


I'm normally pretty good at keeping up with a plot and the characters, but there are so many people to keep track of in that show lol


I know exactly what you mean! Luckily, my fiancee has actually read the books (even before the show came out) so during the first three or four episodes there were multiple blu-ray pauses where I had to ask her what was going on, and she's done an excellent job of describing all the different relationships and background into what has happened in the past that lead everything to where it was.


I mean I like the show, but i sorta stopped following because it was just too mind numbing lol


Not to mention that I also follow a ton of other shows and just don't have time for another.

I follow Breaking Bad, HIMYM, The Office, Walking Dead, Californication, Big Bang Theory, Modern Family, South Park, Tosh and Dexter. That's just off the top of my head lol

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ughhh me and my gf just ran the 3.2 miles I will have to run for my first 5k, less than a month away, i forgot how much running blows
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