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Sirdam TychoTronic
TieKohTronIck
Aug 13 2014
11

well, that roll out was quick! I hope the poets of our group start writing their ballads now so that we always remember this weathered time of free speech and madness, and the scars we bear from it.

Jul 28 2014
3

i always love when people write long, miserable diatribes and end with, dont you, listener, have anything better to do?

Jun 17 2014
1

decided to join team waffle. And no, it isnt personal. I unfollowed everyone. I am taking a break. Youre cool, pancakes.

Jun 16 2014
1

I don't think so, but your chances of getting it to work are greater if you have had kids, I guess? I even took the inducing abortion meds to try to get it to be more elastic, and that didn't work. It was a very painful attempt, however.

Jun 16 2014
2

I tried to get an IUD and couldn't because everything wasn't elastic enough due to non-pregnancy. I ended up getting the implant, which I lurves more than I love those children I never had. Read more

Jun 16 2014
3

I mostly sleep in my smallclothes, but sometimes I don't. Other than that, the only time I'm not wearing them is like, shower and sex. HOW CAN ANYONE GO TO THE GYM WITHOUT?! Mindboggling.

Jun 16 2014
67

I support your underwear choices, Erin. Mostly because it matches up with my ideology precisely. Underwear (or smallclothes for the GoT inclined folks here) always.

Jun 16 2014
2

Ask him if he's watching the sporting event involving foot and ball because he's so interested in the plight of the protesters.

Jun 15 2014
1

Yup. Goodwill isn't really known for giving released felons work, which is dickish imo, but whatever. No one else will either! Ahah.

Jun 15 2014
10

Please memorize what you have written here and say it to her. Very romantic. My gall bladder yearns for such romances.

Jun 15 2014
2

Oh, totally. The good thing about goodwill is that they don't actually create anything themselves, so they don't waste production or resources or work with corporations that do. The problem I have with it is that we can shop there, or Salvation Army, and think we are doing some kind of good thing for the community, Read more

Jun 15 2014
6

Are they technically? Yes, but their executives make plenty bits of cash, and they're known for paying their disabled workers less than minimum wage (because they're doing a favor by hiring them at all, I guess?)

Jun 15 2014
1

Yeah, and often in smaller towns they are all that is there. I'm not terribly fond of the way they treat their employees, or that they hide their not-for-profit (which means for profit) status, but like.. honestly, what business can you say doesn't do the same? At least they have affordable stuff.