How do you spoon like the wind?
Thanks, Magpie 27, but that is just the graph. I want a poster with Elvis pointing to it. Now to try to track down Marvin sweaters.
Duty seen. Duty done.
They are Mum and Dad. That’s all the names that Calvin needs.
Many, many, years ago, when people printed things on paper, the magazine Private Eye published ads from people looking for partners. Most of the people described themselves in such a way that one would have thought such wonderful people wouldn’t need to advertise.
But I saw one that said simply “Mediocre male seeks soppy female for dismal dates.”
I hope he was successful, found a soppy female, and that they were very happy together.
I’ve just been checking the BCN store. No “Stop being happy” shirt. No shirt with Elvis and his " Worse with time" graph. It’s all just cutesy stuff.
Nope. That makes a copy, but not you.
Elvis’ whiskers are doomed.
Technically speaking, a verbal contract is a contract in words, regardless of whether those words are spoken (oral contract) or written. “Verbal contract” contrasts with “implied contract”. An example of an implied contract: you go into a restaurant, point to an item on the menu, and then eat it. By acting that way in that context, you are deemed to have agreed to pay for it.
I’m not soft at all. I just have proper respect for my superiors.