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  1. Steve commented on Cathy 3 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 3 days ago

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


  3. Steve commented on Cathy 3 months ago

    Yeah, what Cadbury said!

  4. Steve commented on Sylvia 5 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 5 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.