QUOTE(Nepharski @ Feb 14 2007, 08:03 PM) [snapback]505180[/snapback]
Valentine's Day always serves as a wonderful reminder that there are people in this world who love and care about me, but none enough to send a card or hug or anything. Sour grapes.
*sending big hugs to Nepharski
!!* Sorry it's one day late.^^
QUOTE(Little Washu @ Feb 14 2007, 09:14 PM) [snapback]505219[/snapback]
-I never want to see McDonalds again. We're watching a documentary called 'Super Size me' in Health.
- I think I saw that on TV, too!!
BTW, IRC is the chat channel. There is one for the board members, too.
QUOTE(Quistis88 @ Feb 14 2007, 08:28 PM) [snapback]505197[/snapback]
QUOTE(Tombow @ Feb 14 2007, 04:37 AM) [snapback]505001[/snapback]
-sama - ... are you sending something for Valentine's Day by any chance??
Uhh . . . yes and no?
-sama - Aha.
And, sorry you didn't get the job!! Maybe something better is waiting to turn up later??
QUOTE(Quistis88 @ Feb 14 2007, 09:43 PM) [snapback]505241[/snapback]
I missed the bus by a minute and had to wait 30 more minutes to get home.
Yeah, I hate it when that happens, too!! Especially on a cold day!!
QUOTE(Quistis88 @ Feb 15 2007, 12:59 AM) [snapback]505374[/snapback]
Technically, yeah, I shouldn't have any expectations since it was agreed upon, but still, what if I can't help it, especially with what happened last year?
Hmmm.. I'm no relationship expert or anything, but do I see "men are from Mars, women are from Venus" thing happening?? I mean, I think men could be sometimes very simple. If a lady says "don't need it" then from what I know, it's a good chance the guy will take it as a face value. And, if you were still expecting something, but you said otherwise, then I think it helps if you (somehow) let the guy know??
I think many guys could be that simpleton sometimes, even good guys. Or, especially good guys, because they would like to please you, but if you said you wouldn't expect it, then maybe he was afraid to go against your "wish"??
Am I wrong thinking this way??
I could well be "dead" wrong, but it's just some possibility. ^^
(Trying to cheer up in a roundabout way.)
Anyway, yes, pigging out with chocolate helps!!
*Cyber sending a bucket full of Ferero Roche candies to Quistis
QUOTE(Kenji @ Feb 14 2007, 09:55 PM) [snapback]505252[/snapback]
-there is a cockroach in my oven! >.<
- Arrrrg!! Is that the oven you baked the cookie with?? Maybe they wanted to have some crumbs of your yammy cookies??
QUOTE(Alchemy @ Feb 14 2007, 09:57 PM) [snapback]505253[/snapback]
Why is it that I have never had one good Valentine's day whether I am single or in a relationship.
- Sorry to hear that!! *hugs!!*
QUOTE(Envy @ Feb 15 2007, 02:21 AM) [snapback]505389[/snapback]
Every Valentines day a bunch of single girlfriends and I would get together and buy ourselves chocolate and champange and b*tch about men. It was our annual anti-valentines day party.
-san - That's an awesome idea!! I like that!!
- Glad you had a jolly good time at your Valentine's Day party!!
- Glad you had good time with your GF on V Day!!
- About the computer eating up the results of our precious efforts... happened too many times . Way more than I like.
- Kento is a cute puppy!!
- Hope you will have a great time at the formal next week!!
@Steel Heart Alchemist
- You got cards and a rose and a book for V Day?? That's not boring.. I think that's pretty good!!
- Aww.. your tutor-ee brought you Japanese Koala cookies!! And your dad sent you a card, too!! That was nice!!
And, about the ceiling.. I'm guessing that that water is coming from somewhere, most likely seeping in from somewhere on the roof?? If so, I think that has to be taken care of as well?? Maybe??
Just my guess, tho. ^^
-It's nice to hear that you met a BF and you two are going well!! I'm happy for ya!! ^^
- I'm so glad you wisely decided to skip driving in the bad weather yesterday!!
Hare're some tips for frozen car: Hope some of these might help!!*
For a car door that is frozen shut, try pouring windshield wiper fluid around the door's plastic gasket and in the cracks of the door. Avoid using hot water to thaw the car door. Hot water could melt some of the rubber on the car and can damage the paint. *
For a frozen windshield, try placing newspaper on top of the windshield the night before. The ice will develop over the newspaper, and later can peel the paper (and the ice) off of the car. Don't use hot water on cold glass, glass might shatter.*
To get a key to turn a frozen lock, try pouring windshield wiper fluid into and over the keyhole. The washer fluid has alcohol that helps to dissolve the ice, is normally at a higher temperature because it is kept in place where it's warmer than outdoor temperatures, and will not damage the paint of the car. If wearing gloves and can handle the heat, heating the car key is not a bad idea, but may need to heat the key multiple times for it to be hot enough to penetrate the ice.
Good luck, and drive safely!!
- Yay, post Valentine's Day chocolate sales!!!
- Anticipating a good haul.