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  1. Steve commented on Cathy 26 days ago

    Why don’t they just line up for the men’s room too? Men usually just use the stand-ups (we’re too polite to say “urinals”) and don’t generally freak out if women are using the stalls.

  2. Steve commented on Frazz 26 days ago

    No, no, no, THIS is the Most Country Song Ever.


  3. Steve commented on Cathy 4 months ago

    Yeah, what Cadbury said!

  4. Steve commented on Sylvia 6 months ago

    I’d like to see ANYONE stand on a floating piece of ice that’s too small to be seen.

  5. Steve commented on Luann 6 months ago

    Yeah, let’s concentrate on the REAL meaning of Halloween — the night when the spirits of the dead come back to walk the earth.

  6. Steve commented on Cathy about 1 year ago

    There was a sign on our office refrigerator: Bring your lunch for one day only. No “Costco-size” containers!

  7. Steve commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria about 1 year ago

    Is there some benefit I’m missing to saying “Oh this is a rerun” or “I’ve seen it before”? However are we to make amends to you and help you forget or un-see it?

  8. Steve commented on Cathy about 1 year ago

    Ah yes, another winter of gals wanting the office kept at 80 degrees so they can wear their “cute” summer outfits all year around. Bleah. Put on a sweater if you’re cold.

  9. Steve commented on The Meaning of Lila about 1 year ago

    A completely humorless woman, leading a mandatory sexual-harassment awareness workshop at my last place of employment, said to the wrong (or right, depending) boss: “It’s the office Christmas party. You, as a manager, greet the guests — the men with a handshake, the women with a kiss on the cheek. Is this inappropriate?” Burt replied “Not if you switch off from year to year.”

  10. Steve commented on The Meaning of Lila about 1 year ago

    I went to college because that was what people are supposed to do after high school. Had a lot of fun but didn’t learn much. Ten years after graduating, I got interested in something else and decided to check it out at the local junior college. To my amazement, I got straight As and learned a lot. College is a whole lot different, and way better, when you’re an adult and actually interested in learning something.