1. sahib lopez's Avatar
    When your best friend uses android....time for me to get a new best friend as he obviously is a follower lol. I kid (sorta) :)
    This is the part were I look for a meme that fits your quote but I'm to lazy for that right now ;)
    03-28-2016 12:50 AM
  2. sahib lopez's Avatar
    Today marked the day where soccer starts up again for the spring through fall :) good feeling to play again with the guys
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    03-28-2016 12:51 AM
  3. azcruz's Avatar
    So Huawei offered to replace the LCD for free...
    03-28-2016 02:23 AM
  4. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    So Huawei offered to replace the LCD for free...
    When will it be fixed?
    03-28-2016 02:28 AM
  5. azcruz's Avatar
    When will it be fixed?
    If and when I can bring it to them, maybe this Saturday...
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    03-28-2016 02:29 AM
  6. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    If and when I can bring it to them, maybe this Saturday...
    Good luck. I hope you get it fixed soon.
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    03-28-2016 02:49 AM
  7. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    You're doing colours thing? Meh, we just put the white thing, don't know what it's called, i know it's not a paint and it's bad for your eyes.
    White wash?

    Either way, still sucks.

    We're doing an off white with feature walls to be a bit different. Most people in the UK go for neutral colours for resale value. No one likes to risk not selling a place because of the paint on the walls and no one, unless you're a twisted soul, likes to paint.

    We're doing a bit of personality but not completely because we will be selling this place eventually and the last thing I want to do is paint it, again.
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    03-28-2016 04:10 AM
  8. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    Oh I see . I didn't think it would be a way to fit in . Huh that's interesting
    You never heard of peer pressure? Everyone experiences it, even at my age.

    Up to you to determine when it doesn't suit you.

    Going out and drinking to 'have fun' or a drink after work on Friday is very common.

    I've been invited out many times, both UK and Australia are big drinking countries, but I don't really drink and basically you start to feel left out after a while.

    It's very easy to get sucked into things if you let it.
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    03-28-2016 04:14 AM
  9. Nogitsune Micah's Avatar
    This is the part were I look for a meme that fits your quote but I'm to lazy for that right now ;)
    Actually Nogitsune Micah is sort of old to me now :P I should come up with a new name ha
    03-28-2016 06:38 AM
  10. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    So in other words you don't like arrogance
    Never a fan of it, especially the coworkers are showing...

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    03-28-2016 06:56 AM
  11. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Oh I see . I didn't think it would be a way to fit in . Huh that's interesting
    Alcohol is what they call a CNS (central nervous system) depressant. In its initial doses, you get a pseudo stimulant sort of feel. During those initial doses, that's because it causes muscle relaxation, people use it to release inhibitions.

    Rue is right. Peer pressure can cause people to drink, do drug, or act stupid.

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    03-28-2016 06:58 AM
  12. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Morning folks. A rainy Monday morning starts of with an ATM fiasco and a broken umbrella. What a waste of 10 minutes that was...SMH...

    Anyhow, off to the funny farm.

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    03-28-2016 06:59 AM
  13. sahib lopez's Avatar
    You never heard of peer pressure? Everyone experiences it, even at my age.

    Up to you to determine when it doesn't suit you.

    Going out and drinking to 'have fun' or a drink after work on Friday is very common.

    I've been invited out many times, both UK and Australia are big drinking countries, but I don't really drink and basically you start to feel left out after a while.

    It's very easy to get sucked into things if you let it.
    Yeah I know what peer pressure is. It made me realize something about a person.
    03-28-2016 07:34 AM
  14. sahib lopez's Avatar
    Alcohol is what they call a CNS (central nervous system) depressant. In its initial doses, you get a pseudo stimulant sort of feel. During those initial doses, that's because it causes muscle relaxation, people use it to release inhibitions.

    Rue is right. Peer pressure can cause people to drink, do drug, or act stupid.

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    When you said "fit in"
    I just thought about a person who told me that it was fun getting drunk and I remembered that she wanted to fit in
    03-28-2016 07:38 AM
  15. Rose640's Avatar
    You never heard of peer pressure? Everyone experiences it, even at my age.

    Up to you to determine when it doesn't suit you.

    Going out and drinking to 'have fun' or a drink after work on Friday is very common.

    I've been invited out many times, both UK and Australia are big drinking countries, but I don't really drink and basically you start to feel left out after a while.

    It's very easy to get sucked into things if you let it.
    I've never drank to fit in, never felt need fo it. I drink 'cause I like beer, but again I don't drink alcohol every time I go out.
    03-28-2016 07:56 AM
  16. Rose640's Avatar
    Alcohol is what they call a CNS (central nervous system) depressant. In its initial doses, you get a pseudo stimulant sort of feel. During those initial doses, that's because it causes muscle relaxation, people use it to release inhibitions.

    Rue is right. Peer pressure can cause people to drink, do drug, or act stupid.

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    I've done stupid things under peer pressure, like breaking my knee, but alcohol isn't one of them.
    03-28-2016 08:00 AM
  17. Rose640's Avatar
    When you said "fit in"
    I just thought about a person who told me that it was fun getting drunk and I remembered that she wanted to fit in
    It's fun to drink when you're with your company, maybe even get drunk. But one thing's sure, hangover sucks enough to make you quit alcohol at least for a while.
    03-28-2016 08:02 AM
  18. Rose640's Avatar
    So Sahib, you said I should go for it, I might as well just do that. Cute girl from the gym invited me to a coffe, so I skipped the English class with my friend and went with her.

    Too many skipped classes.
    03-28-2016 08:09 AM
  19. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    When you said "fit in"
    I just thought about a person who told me that it was fun getting drunk and I remembered that she wanted to fit in
    There's nothing fun about the actual physical process of being drunk. I've never heard anyone say "I love my hangover especially the pounding headaches, the throwing up, the loss of balance and short term memory, etc". They may state that the enjoyed the events leading up to the too much drinking, including who they may have been hanging out with, but not much else.

    Plus, different people have different tolerance levels for alcohol. I've seen girls and some guys get taken advantage of sexually or being robbed. I had to help a co-worker home once who was stone drunk as ****. Me and another co-worker walked her to her apartment and she later stated she got inside,closed her door and passed out in her hallway in a small pool of vomit.

    Doesn't sound like a good time to me...

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    03-28-2016 08:13 AM
  20. Rose640's Avatar
    There's nothing fun about the actual physical process of being drunk. I've never heard anyone say "I love my hangover especially the pounding headaches, the throwing up, the loss of balance and short term memory, etc". They may state that the enjoyed the events leading up to the too much drinking, including who they may have been hanging out with, but not much else.

    Plus, different people have different tolerance levels for alcohol. I've seen girls and some guys get taken advantage of sexually or being robbed. I had to help a co-worker home once who was stone drunk as ****. Me and another co-worker walked her to her apartment and she later stated she got inside,closed her door and passed out in her hallway in a small pool of vomit.

    Doesn't sound like a good time to me...

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    I've never puked after getting drunk, and trust me, there was times when i went over the last limit possible. I do get you, there's nothing good when looking at the physical aspect, vut again it depends from person to person. I've never puked, lost memory or passed out.
    And I don't think anyone enjoys hangover, I said that in post above. But alcohol kinda can 'enhance' your party and experience of the same.
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    03-28-2016 08:33 AM
  21. Rose640's Avatar
    There's nothing fun about the actual physical process of being drunk. I've never heard anyone say "I love my hangover especially the pounding headaches, the throwing up, the loss of balance and short term memory, etc". They may state that the enjoyed the events leading up to the too much drinking, including who they may have been hanging out with, but not much else.

    Plus, different people have different tolerance levels for alcohol. I've seen girls and some guys get taken advantage of sexually or being robbed. I had to help a co-worker home once who was stone drunk as ****. Me and another co-worker walked her to her apartment and she later stated she got inside,closed her door and passed out in her hallway in a small pool of vomit.

    Doesn't sound like a good time to me...

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    Oh, and taking advantage of someone when they're drunk, that's just being a total ***.
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    03-28-2016 08:34 AM
  22. sahib lopez's Avatar
    So Sahib, you said I should go for it, I might as well just do that. Cute girl from the gym invited me to a coffe, so I skipped the English class with my friend and went with her.

    Too many skipped classes.

    Haha that's right 😁 hope it goes well
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    03-28-2016 08:47 AM
  23. sahib lopez's Avatar
    There's nothing fun about the actual physical process of being drunk. I've never heard anyone say "I love my hangover especially the pounding headaches, the throwing up, the loss of balance and short term memory, etc". They may state that the enjoyed the events leading up to the too much drinking, including who they may have been hanging out with, but not much else.

    Plus, different people have different tolerance levels for alcohol. I've seen girls and some guys get taken advantage of sexually or being robbed. I had to help a co-worker home once who was stone drunk as ****. Me and another co-worker walked her to her apartment and she later stated she got inside,closed her door and passed out in her hallway in a small pool of vomit.

    Doesn't sound like a good time to me...

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    I agree doesn't sound like a good time to me either
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    03-28-2016 08:49 AM
  24. MSFTisMIA's Avatar
    Nice to have colleagues you can bounce ideas from. Looks like both my sessions for Friday at set.

    Gonna play a Chris Brown song for the dating violence/healthy relationships chat and process it. Haven't done a song breakdown in a while, should be fun...

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    03-28-2016 10:50 AM
  25. Rose640's Avatar
    White wash?

    Either way, still sucks.

    We're doing an off white with feature walls to be a bit different. Most people in the UK go for neutral colours for resale value. No one likes to risk not selling a place because of the paint on the walls and no one, unless you're a twisted soul, likes to paint.

    We're doing a bit of personality but not completely because we will be selling this place eventually and the last thing I want to do is paint it, again.
    Yup, that one, I would have never guessed what you guys call it, it's not even near our term.

    That's reasonable. Most, not every, but most houses in my neighbourhood have white wash (or, are white washed?).
    03-28-2016 11:47 AM
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