With all due respect to hollow men
those booger eaters
that drive away from gas pumps
slip countless candy bars
into purses and pockets
never take the tab, and on the 4th
set off all those illegal rockets.
The nature of betrayal is not in action,
How many booger eaters you know?
Six, all women! They did pick up the tab, though!
Tch, Randy-man, I'm disappointed in you for not picking up your own tab upon occasion.
Whoa girl!!!! I like this. I like best what you say here:
AT the moment, I can think of one name that fits this quote. But, naturally, it will remain anonymous. Ha!! Very well put..may I quote this on FB and credit it to you?
Action and inaction.
Actions speak louder than words.
Sometimes inaction speaks louder!
Sometimes those 'smooth move ex-lax booger eaters'
i haven't known a booger eater since first grade, sally was her name
Maybe I asked the wrong question for this forum. I guess it would be more like the worst thing someone has ever done to you or you've done to someone else...
questions be tricky....
I know some first class booger eaters. I ignore them, the worst thing I can think of.
The worst thing a booger eater did to me was blow me off for a week, go to the personal ads, find some chick, and start seeing her for that week while I'm left in the background thinking he's working over time. Talk about a blow to my self esteem......not to mention breaking my heart. Set me back for months emotionally. But I moved on.
Another time, I had one who lived outta town who kept putting me off. He was planning on moving cross country; told me, "okay, I'll contact you when I'm outta here". I called to wish him a happy birthday, then zip. I never heard from him again. Disappeared like oh, never mind. I DID NOT try to contact him. Hey, he said he'd contact me. I gave him the benefit of a doubt, wished him happy birthday, was gracious and encouraging in everything. And that's what happened. Sucks huh?
That's what I call a booger doo-doo eater!
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