raindogiswaiting
Rain Dog Awaits
raindogiswaiting
Oct 27 2014
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I was raised pentecostal, so in the back of my head is, that I'm the world's most boring profit. "My disciples look hither! Do you not see, though I've never been here before that monument and those crows in the exact same place as I dreamt it. Now who wants ice cream?"

Oct 27 2014
1

Name it and I've probably had it. Its so random and always accompanied by a feeling of dread.

Oct 24 2014
11

I derail all the time just out of sheer irritation (I don't like living my life in reruns, okay?). Nothing happens, I just quickly change the subject and I feel relived like I've averted something. Read more

Aug 13 2014
1

I do give it away to my neighbors, who are, if not less fortunate, the same level of unfortunate that I am. I also give away zucchini (there's only so much zucchini you can eat really) cucumbers and anything else I dislike passionately.

Aug 13 2014
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I think all citrus does it to me, but pineapple is the worst offender. The only time I'll eat it is for pineapple upside down cake, and that is because my love for it is stronger than life or death. Read more

Aug 13 2014
1

Farmers keep giving me melons, so I both know how much I don't like melons and have no idea how to stop nice people from giving me fruit I hate.

Aug 13 2014
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Also, pretty sure my thing about strawberries started with Firefly and the way Kaylee eats them. Strawberries are now associated with . . . um intense pleasure. I don't know where everyone else gets their's though. Read more

Aug 13 2014
4

As I didn't need more reason to dislike pineapples, they give me the worst cankersores. I've actually mistaken one for horrible toothache and ran to the dentist to get it fixed. Yet no one takes this issue seriously, and keeps sneaking it in all foods all the time. Pineapples rank even lower than melons on my list. Read more

Aug 13 2014
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You for your consideration, I'm not a horrible person and am perfectly lovely. Just theoretically, should you want to approve some people preemptively. Read more

Aug 11 2014
1

I'm not sure if I'm reading this right (insecure textual reading now), but I think it really works given I'm the only person who read it as PA.

Aug 11 2014
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I've been informed that its a passive-aggressive often considered a is a negative thing. I mean it in that I'm sorry that this public airing of grievances is the is the only tactic they have available to them. It sucks that people in house won't listen to them and by no means was that meant as this an attack on any Read more

Aug 11 2014
2

I've been informed that its a passive-aggressive often considered a is a negative thing. I mean it in that I'm sorry that this public airing of grievances is the is the only tactic they have available to them. It sucks that people in house won't listen to them and by no means is this an attack on any Jez staffers Read more

Aug 11 2014
2

I could be wrong. My textual interpretation suggested a lot of pointed stares at Denton et al. The fact that so many inner staff issues have to aired publicly (I've seen so many done this way), suggests a very passive-aggressive workplace. Read more

Aug 11 2014
7

First off, its terrible that's happening and all that. Second off, you have my pity that you all work in a place where public passive-aggressive behavior is the only way to communicate/get things done.