I’ve never successfully met someone through online dating. The few that do interact always turn out to be scammers. It gets pretty old after a while.The only way to meet real people through the internet is by spending money on dating sites. Which I refuse to do.
“I’m not hearing a no!” In my head, I read that in Zoidberg’s voice.
A square of shiny foil might actually be a perfect gift. It has the effect of providing a functional reflection, with the benefit of being less than a perfect mirror. The benefit being that Marigold will be less likely to become trapped staring at her reflection if it’s not a perfect image ;-)
@Jogger2 Yeah it’s been a while, I was really just filling in the label for @coffeeturtle since he couldn’t remember the name of the move that knocks you out ;)
You’re thinking of the Vulcan Nerve Pinch.
I did the thing where I made my own ringtone and I install it every time I replace my phone.
Good response. Downplay the point of my comment and turn it into meaningless rhetoric by comparing it to past statements made by others regarding subjects that aren’t quite parallel in their over-all effect.People used to take some level of pride or be expected to put some effective effort into presenting their ideas in an intelligible form of communication. Now even the professionals get away with scribble-scratch and abbreviating things beyond recognition.This isn’t about how people dress or the music they listen to. I’m talking about the quality of communication and how it’s being affected by illiterate drones who think an emoji is a good response to a complex statement.
They’re all the latest fashion, dahling!
I wasn’t aware that skate-shoes worked in grass. But then again it’s just a comic story.