i would not have been the least surprised--in the 'this ain't no chinese lantern' scenario--if the kids from scooby-do had wandered into the frame.
LOL "How you going to get a heart transplant when you never had one?"
also: no facebook +1,000; no loss of commenter numbers +1; nostalgia for current commenting with avatars +1.
this is like that dream one has where everybody one has ever met in one's life is there, context-free, but just as beloved. also: i think you're missing a slot for passive-aggressive Canadian commenter always referring to "up here".
You know, I live in Montreal and we do the bizous thing to a lesser extent. So I will spill the haricots verts: it's not codified, it's not complex, people just do it because they're tired and hung-over and it's endearing--depending on whom you are kissing, I guess.
@John Ore Beef straw really really sounds like a euphemism.
for me this is hilariously funny because i do in real life find myself telling retail folks and others way too much superfluous information, and they're all like, "You don't get out much, do you?"
@John Ore: This looks kind of awesome! But the beer in the Mason jar: are you not afraid of putting a tooth out, dude?
Okay, I read the review, and I want to ask: is it possible this woman [she seems lovely BTW] is just serving some plain straight up realness, and we are all too cynical and smart to just FUCK*NG TAKE IT AT FACE VALUE?
Considering the protracted, humiliating drubbing that Wil Wheaton has taken/is taking, he has a remarkably good sense of humour and resilient personality.