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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby gullycanyon » Fri Feb 28, 2014 9:19 pm

RoryKasel wrote:Spent the day at annual miner's safety refresher training and at one point when discussing bee stings and EpiPens a guy asked if the needles in them would penetrate snowmobile suits as he is an avid snowmobiler. He was dead serious.

I also ride a snowmobile, but I think I could outrun a bee.

This is why when people ask me what I do I often say that I provide adult daycare.


I don't get it.

Is an established race involved, every time a bee decides to alight on a human?
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby RoryKasel » Sat Mar 01, 2014 10:58 am

gullycanyon wrote:
RoryKasel wrote:Spent the day at annual miner's safety refresher training and at one point when discussing bee stings and EpiPens a guy asked if the needles in them would penetrate snowmobile suits as he is an avid snowmobiler. He was dead serious.

I also ride a snowmobile, but I think I could outrun a bee.

This is why when people ask me what I do I often say that I provide adult daycare.


I don't get it.

Is an established race involved, every time a bee decides to alight on a human?


When's the last time someone was stung by a bee in the middle of winter in Michigan?
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby gullycanyon » Sat Mar 01, 2014 8:44 pm

RoryKasel wrote:
gullycanyon wrote:
RoryKasel wrote:Spent the day at annual miner's safety refresher training and at one point when discussing bee stings and EpiPens a guy asked if the needles in them would penetrate snowmobile suits as he is an avid snowmobiler. He was dead serious.

I also ride a snowmobile, but I think I could outrun a bee.

This is why when people ask me what I do I often say that I provide adult daycare.


I don't get it.

Is an established race involved, every time a bee decides to alight on a human?


When's the last time someone was stung by a bee in the middle of winter in Michigan?


Oh fuck. Right.

Jesus Christ... I'm a fuckin' idiot.

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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby guest » Sun Mar 02, 2014 2:17 pm

Michigan snowmobiler killed after crashing into parked car


a bumblebee in your helmet will cause problems you can't fix with an epi-pen
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby The Beav » Wed Apr 16, 2014 10:04 am

Some new money sunt in Kroger kept calling her 2-3 year old a princess. About 20 times.
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby thunderstruck » Wed Apr 16, 2014 11:31 am

The Beav wrote:Some new money sunt in Kroger kept calling her 2-3 year old a princess. About 20 times.

Is there something in teacher school that promotes the idea of calling the kids "friends"? We've had a couple who refer to their young charges as "friends" when asking them to line up, quiet down or stop doing stuff. It grates on my ears because it sounds so fake but the kids just accept it, as kids do.
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby frank - up in grand blanc » Wed Apr 16, 2014 5:31 pm

thunderstruck wrote:
The Beav wrote:Some new money sunt in Kroger kept calling her 2-3 year old a princess. About 20 times.

Is there something in teacher school that promotes the idea of calling the kids "friends"? We've had a couple who refer to their young charges as "friends" when asking them to line up, quiet down or stop doing stuff. It grates on my ears because it sounds so fake but the kids just accept it, as kids do.

The Mennonite section of the family will state brother-this/sister-that when referencing non-family who are not present. They're sincere and it sounds comforting when they say it.

But the "princess"...? Odds are even that she'll be shitting her pants in surprise when she is in actual circulation, sitting across the desk from a regular guy and interviewing.
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby D-Day » Wed Apr 16, 2014 8:02 pm

frank - up in grand blanc wrote:
thunderstruck wrote:
The Beav wrote:Some new money sunt in Kroger kept calling her 2-3 year old a princess. About 20 times.

Is there something in teacher school that promotes the idea of calling the kids "friends"? We've had a couple who refer to their young charges as "friends" when asking them to line up, quiet down or stop doing stuff. It grates on my ears because it sounds so fake but the kids just accept it, as kids do.

The Mennonite section of the family will state brother-this/sister-that when referencing non-family who are not present. They're sincere and it sounds comforting when they say it.

But the "princess"...? Odds are even that she'll be shitting her pants in surprise when she is in actual circulation, sitting across the desk from a regular guy and interviewing.


Probably....but luckily for her, since she's a princess, her shit won't stink
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby middle aged female » Wed Apr 16, 2014 8:17 pm

D-Day wrote:
frank - up in grand blanc wrote:
thunderstruck wrote:
The Beav wrote:Some new money sunt in Kroger kept calling her 2-3 year old a princess. About 20 times.

Is there something in teacher school that promotes the idea of calling the kids "friends"? We've had a couple who refer to their young charges as "friends" when asking them to line up, quiet down or stop doing stuff. It grates on my ears because it sounds so fake but the kids just accept it, as kids do.

The Mennonite section of the family will state brother-this/sister-that when referencing non-family who are not present. They're sincere and it sounds comforting when they say it.

But the "princess"...? Odds are even that she'll be shitting her pants in surprise when she is in actual circulation, sitting across the desk from a regular guy and interviewing.


Probably....but luckily for her, since she's a princess, her shit won't stink

Her farts will smell like unicorn breath
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby The Beav » Wed Apr 16, 2014 11:08 pm

thunderstruck wrote:
The Beav wrote:Some new money sunt in Kroger kept calling her 2-3 year old a princess. About 20 times.

Is there something in teacher school that promotes the idea of calling the kids "friends"? We've had a couple who refer to their young charges as "friends" when asking them to line up, quiet down or stop doing stuff. It grates on my ears because it sounds so fake but the kids just accept it, as kids do.


You hear that a lot these days. It's used as a collective term. I prefer "rotten kids" myself.
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby Amadeus » Thu Apr 17, 2014 12:40 pm

The Beav wrote:
thunderstruck wrote:
The Beav wrote:Some new money sunt in Kroger kept calling her 2-3 year old a princess. About 20 times.

Is there something in teacher school that promotes the idea of calling the kids "friends"? We've had a couple who refer to their young charges as "friends" when asking them to line up, quiet down or stop doing stuff. It grates on my ears because it sounds so fake but the kids just accept it, as kids do.


You hear that a lot these days. It's used as a collective term. I prefer "rotten kids" myself.


My mom used Polish words to address the classroom of "rotten kids." Gapa and fuyata are seared into their brains, and most of her former students who are friends with her on Facebook remember them as terms of endearment.

Edit: almost forgot the penultimate... shla-mada zada.
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby D-Day » Fri Oct 31, 2014 12:34 pm

Said to me in the copier room by one of our twenty-something Strive coordinators (who, I might add, is pretty easy on the eyes and dressed up in a slightly slutty Halloween costume)

Carly: Does coming have one 'm' or two?
Me: Hmmm.......I don't know. Use it in a sentence
Carly: Wha------Oh my God!!!!!
(loud laughter)
Me: It only has one
Carly: I feel like it should have two
Me: Well, if you put two, just make sure you change the 'o' to a 'u'. it's a rule in English, right?
Carly: Wha-------Oh my God!!!!!!! I can't believe I said that!!!!!!
Me (Darth Vader voice): All too easy
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby Tea Bag » Sat Nov 01, 2014 9:22 am

D-Day wrote:Said to me in the copier room by one of our twenty-something Strive coordinators (who, I might add, is pretty easy on the eyes and dressed up in a slightly slutty Halloween costume)

Carly: Does coming have one 'm' or two?
Me: Hmmm.......I don't know. Use it in a sentence
Carly: Wha------Oh my God!!!!!
(loud laughter)
Me: It only has one
Carly: I feel like it should have two
Me: Well, if you put two, just make sure you change the 'o' to a 'u'. it's a rule in English, right?
Carly: Wha-------Oh my God!!!!!!! I can't believe I said that!!!!!!
Me (Darth Vader voice): All too easy


Assume her Iphone was on record, evidence for when she drops a sexual harassment lawsuit that'll pay her big time, regardless of who started the dirty talk. Smart people- especially those with a little bit of workplace power- avoid the twenty-something honey traps like the plague.
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby guest » Mon Mar 09, 2015 12:03 pm

"You know Jamal is a cutter."

"I shouldn'ta never had his baby."
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Re: Hot Fudge Overheard

Postby Navy Blue Scrubs » Wed Mar 11, 2015 11:51 pm

overhead page the other night: "______ ______ please call your child's father". I turned to whoever was next to me and we both said "doesn't she mean baby daddy?".


yesterday afternoon, a detective: "...look, did this happen outside or in the apartment?...the problem with lying is that the stories never match, this just happened and already it doesn't add up...if it was an accident...Hey, I know getting shot is stressful, I've been shot myself, of course I wasn't drunk when I got shot...look, I like you, I know you're a good person, know how I know that?, do you want to know how I know you're a good person?, because you're a terrible liar, you might be the worst liar ever, so I know you're not a bad person or you'd know how to lie...".
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