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  • Originally posted by bloodorchid View Post
    all those 30 minute orgasms must kill some brain cells
    Is that what happened to me....
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    • I am getting really sick of not being able to find anyone intellectually capable of having a conversation. A buddy of mine agreed with everything I said about fat not being bad. Then he "avoided the butter on his popcorn so he could eat with his girlfriend later".
      /blowmybrainsout.

      Also, I am at least 20 IQ points above everyone I know. Or at least I was until I listened to them talk.
      /brainmelt
      In all of the universe there is only one person with your exact charateristics. Just like there is only one person with everybody else's characteristics. Effectively, your uniqueness makes you pretty average.

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      • i remember when i was 19, and everyone around me was an idiot

        ..not much changes when you're 30

        quelsen, i call bs because if there was a way for a human to have a 30 minute O i would have found it
        beautiful
        yeah you are

        Baby if you time travel back far enough you can avoid that work because the dust won't be there. You're too pretty to be working that hard.
        lol

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        • Originally posted by Alex Good View Post
          I am getting really sick of not being able to find anyone intellectually capable of having a conversation. A buddy of mine agreed with everything I said about fat not being bad. Then he "avoided the butter on his popcorn so he could eat with his girlfriend later".
          /blowmybrainsout.

          Also, I am at least 20 IQ points above everyone I know. Or at least I was until I listened to them talk.
          /brainmelt
          An above average IQ doesn't make you smart. It makes you a quick learner.
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          • Originally posted by Nion View Post
            An above average IQ doesn't make you smart. It makes you a quick learner.
            I also have (un)common sense. I seem to be the only person I know who is capable of thinking practically.
            In all of the universe there is only one person with your exact charateristics. Just like there is only one person with everybody else's characteristics. Effectively, your uniqueness makes you pretty average.

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            • Originally posted by bloodorchid View Post
              i remember when i was 19, and everyone around me was an idiot

              ..not much changes when you're 30

              quelsen, i call bs because if there was a way for a human to have a 30 minute O i would have found it
              I could train you :-)
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              • Yaaaay I just found this thread, I love these! I have one myself:

                The other day, I was at the gym of my boyfriends complex (hadnt been feeling well so I was just doing some walking on the treadmill in my VFFs with a little bit of freeweights to follow). I had forgotten my phone so I had nothing to keep my attention from drifting to the gym TVs that were tuned into useless, content-less, daytime tv talkshows and crap (modern medias version of empty carbs, perhaps? But i digress) A long-form commerical or mini-infomercial came on for this product, the GyroBowl:

                https://www.buygyrobowl.com/?tag=im|...han=G&data1=GN

                Now, granted, the thing actually looks pretty cool, as a TOY. I could easily see kids having a blast playing with it in the bath or sandbox. But they are marketting it as a food bowl that wont spill food everywhere. Ok, i can see the marketting value in this. But what they showed in the commercial were video clips of kids stuffing their face with cheerios, cereal, chips, and snacks from the bowl, CONSTANTLY.

                As i watched it, the only thing I could think was, "Yes now your kids can wander around the yard mindlessly stuffing food into their face! We have a product that so distances your child from being mindful of their food and what they are eating that THEY DONT EVEN HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THEIR FOOD OBEYING THE LAWS OF PHYSICS."
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                • Originally posted by Corvidae View Post
                  Yaaaay I just found this thread, I love these! I have one myself:

                  The other day, I was at the gym of my boyfriends complex (hadnt been feeling well so I was just doing some walking on the treadmill in my VFFs with a little bit of freeweights to follow). I had forgotten my phone so I had nothing to keep my attention from drifting to the gym TVs that were tuned into useless, content-less, daytime tv talkshows and crap (modern medias version of empty carbs, perhaps? But i digress) A long-form commerical or mini-infomercial came on for this product, the GyroBowl:

                  https://www.buygyrobowl.com/?tag=im|...han=G&data1=GN

                  Now, granted, the thing actually looks pretty cool, as a TOY. I could easily see kids having a blast playing with it in the bath or sandbox. But they are marketting it as a food bowl that wont spill food everywhere. Ok, i can see the marketting value in this. But what they showed in the commercial were video clips of kids stuffing their face with cheerios, cereal, chips, and snacks from the bowl, CONSTANTLY.

                  As i watched it, the only thing I could think was, "Yes now your kids can wander around the yard mindlessly stuffing food into their face! We have a product that so distances your child from being mindful of their food and what they are eating that THEY DONT EVEN HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THEIR FOOD OBEYING THE LAWS OF PHYSICS."

                  "Now your kids don't have to think for themselves! Imagine all the useful lessons this will teach them as they enter academia and/or the workforce!"
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                  • Originally posted by Corvidae View Post
                    Yaaaay I just found this thread, I love these! I have one myself:

                    The other day, I was at the gym of my boyfriends complex (hadnt been feeling well so I was just doing some walking on the treadmill in my VFFs with a little bit of freeweights to follow). I had forgotten my phone so I had nothing to keep my attention from drifting to the gym TVs that were tuned into useless, content-less, daytime tv talkshows and crap (modern medias version of empty carbs, perhaps? But i digress) A long-form commerical or mini-infomercial came on for this product, the GyroBowl:

                    https://www.buygyrobowl.com/?tag=im|...han=G&data1=GN

                    Now, granted, the thing actually looks pretty cool, as a TOY. I could easily see kids having a blast playing with it in the bath or sandbox. But they are marketting it as a food bowl that wont spill food everywhere. Ok, i can see the marketting value in this. But what they showed in the commercial were video clips of kids stuffing their face with cheerios, cereal, chips, and snacks from the bowl, CONSTANTLY.

                    As i watched it, the only thing I could think was, "Yes now your kids can wander around the yard mindlessly stuffing food into their face! We have a product that so distances your child from being mindful of their food and what they are eating that THEY DONT EVEN HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THEIR FOOD OBEYING THE LAWS OF PHYSICS."
                    Fuck you physics! lol
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                    • Not sure if this belongs here - do we have a 'health and safety stuff drives me spare' thread?

                      At the railway station... looking up the stairs. There is a message on the riser of each stair: big yellow notices warning 'Caution! Do not run!' alternate with blue ones helpfully pointing to 'customer lifts', all the way up the first flight. I wish I had a photo to show you of the face-full of warnings and arrows that confronts you before you start climbing - if you're sure you want to risk it...

                      (In related news, anyone else amused to find themselves always the only one going up the stairs when there's an escalator available?)

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                      • Originally posted by quelsen View Post
                        I could train you :-)
                        *cues the porn music*
                        beautiful
                        yeah you are

                        Baby if you time travel back far enough you can avoid that work because the dust won't be there. You're too pretty to be working that hard.
                        lol

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                        • Ma called. We were talking & she said "Oh! So I saw this panel of doctors on TV that said going gluten free will kill you."
                          Me: "Wha--?"
                          Ma: "Yeah, all those boxes and stuff at the store labeled gluten free aren't always really gluten free, and will make you sick, so you have to eat gluten to stay healthy."
                          Me: "I don't buy that stuff. I just avoid grains... and what about all those poor people with Celiacs? They'll die if they even LOOK at gluten."
                          Ma: "Well these doctors said everyone else has to eat gluten or they'll get sick."
                          Ooookay. Tell it to my awesome blood sugar and my 3yo who hasn't had a cold since going Primal (although she did catch a virus, but I think that's a little more excusable)
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                          • Originally posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
                            Ma: "Well these doctors said everyone else has to eat gluten or they'll get sick."
                            Yeah, it drives me nuts. I was on another site and the person was going to try going gluten-free to see if her skin condition got better. A person with celiac disagreed, saying they needed to keep eating gluten so that the doctor could test them and make sure it really was a problem, saying that ditching the gluten could cause problems!

                            Seriously, why not trying just ditching the gluten. Feel better? Then keep doing it. No copay, no doctor visit, no time off from work. Easy-peasy.
                            Durp.

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                            • Originally posted by RitaRose View Post
                              Seriously, why not trying just ditching the gluten. Feel better? Then keep doing it. No copay, no doctor visit, no time off from work. Easy-peasy.
                              Hardest thing about that is that some doctors are jerks and won't believe you without a test. This can be a problem if they want to prescribe you something that contains gluten or particularly if you are hospitalized and they prescribe a specific diet. Hospitals are dangerous places for people with formally undiagnosed allergies or celiac, without a note in the chart a lot of the staff will totally dismiss a patient's statements about these things, assuming the person is just being troublesome. Particularly if the person is elderly (even just over 50), on any sort of mood-altering medications (including antidepressants or sleep aids) or has even the slightest fever. Even if you're in a coma you're at risk, some tube-feeding products contain gluten.

                              I keep a note in my wallet that states that I'm celiac and lists my current medications and emergency contact info. My contact is my mom but I included her credentials as an MD because I want to be sure they listen if she tells them I've got celiac, even though none of my medical records will show testing for it.

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                              • I've got one for y'all.

                                My boss to the caterer: "I like the potato salad the way you do it. You use Italian dressing or something instead of mayo. It's healthier that way."

                                She's not a stupid woman; in fact she's quite savvy about many things in life. But she's been so indoctrinated by the media that "mayo is unhealthy" that she doesn't realize that it has basically the exact same ingredients as Italian dressing (plus eggs, which I'm pretty sure she wasn't talking about). It's possible she was asking him to use low-fat Italian, which is less funny but also sadder.

                                I used to be the same way until I began thinking about what my food was made of. I thought Ranch dressing was the be-all end-all of food that was bad for you, but Italian dressing was fine.

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