...in the parking lot.
With her kid.
Can't touch that.
How did we allow those things in civilized society?
Oh, no you don't! Now we want to know. Come on...out with it.
"This post has been replaced by ugly place ad."
Update: OK. Now it is better.
by IDONO 7 years ago
Why, in mid U.S., are there seagulls in shopping center parking lots?I'm in Ohio and they are everywhere. Why are they here and where did they come from? I've heard a number of stories, but would like to hear yours.
by Person of Interest 3 years ago
Are you a slacker? Then post here.I am the president, btw. If you have a problem with that, then don't post here.As head slacker, I am dedicating today to accomplishing absolutely nothing.
by qwark 10 years ago
Are ya good at gettin' 'em?Share your "SOP."
by Wayne Tully 9 years ago
Out walking today the sun was starting to shine through the clouds and the air was as fresh as air freshener and I thought what a wonderful day filled with many possibilites.....until a great big bird plopped all down the side of my head and down my neck....bloody birdy I've got your Number!!!!!!
by Marcy Goodfleisch 7 years ago
Just for you, ParadigmSearch.Did anyone else get subjected to this torture as a kid? I actually got in trouble for going on strike during one lengthy and excruciating series of having it played. The 'girl' push-ups were painful & hurt my knees.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=af2j59zzX3Q
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