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    Exclamation Things that indicate what kind of day you're probably going to have...

    So, this morning, I woke up with blocked sinuses. I went to the gym and still had blocked sinuses. I finished up my shoulder workout and went to the locker room to get showered and immediately had an allergy attack. All of that sneezing cleared my sinuses, so I went to the toilets to get a few sheets of loo roll to blow my nose. The first thing I was able to smell was the guy in the next stall doing a massive poo.

    Tremendous.

    My day, for the most part, has been relatively that stinky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JEDIpartner View Post
    The first thing I was able to smell was the guy in the next stall doing a massive poo.
    I thought that sounded like you sneezing! I wasn't sure, though, so I didn't say anything--you know how awkward talking to some folks in the bathroom makes them feel. Hope you're feeling better.

    And, before you ask, yes, the oat bran cereal works wonders!
    Tommy, close your eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chuxter View Post
    I thought that sounded like you sneezing! I wasn't sure, though, so I didn't say anything--you know how awkward talking to some folks in the bathroom makes them feel. Hope you're feeling better.

    And, before you ask, yes, the oat bran cereal works wonders!
    ahahahahahahaha!!!
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    ...and then this morning, I had to switch cardio machines three times because King Farticus kept doing farts ever few minutes. His friend on the cardio machine next to him kept pulling his shirt up over his face to stop from breathing in all the stink. I told him that was so not cool to keep doing that when people are breathing so heavily on those machines.

    RUDE!!!!!!!
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    **Steven Sterlekar (1969-2001)**

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    It was Seth Rogen, wasn't it? That sounds like the sort of thing he'd do.
    Tommy, close your eyes.

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    The guy actually looked like a more mentally challenged version of Adam Sandler.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JEDIpartner View Post
    The guy actually looked like a more mentally challenged version of Adam Sandler.
    The poor b@stard.

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    I tend to drop things, hit my hands/fingers on stuff, spill breakfast to determine my upcoming bad day.
    "That's what Sheev said."

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    Opening the shades or turning the lights on first thing always leads to a bad day. Ex roommates and girlfriends have found this out the hard way. I'm not a morning person and lights on first thing makes me "grumpy."

    Having trouble with right and left is also not a good sign. Normally it means the dyslexia is going to be really bad that day. It's the stuff I don't do everyday, like stopping for gas or following directions, not the everyday things like which hand I write with or wear my watch on. And because it random, there is nothing I could do about it.
    "I'm sick and tried of these motherfrakkking Sith on this motherfrakkker plane!"
    Mace Windu - Episode 2.5: Sith on a Plane

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimJamBonds View Post
    The poor b@stard.
    Yeah... I know.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bel-Cam Jos View Post
    I tend to drop things, hit my hands/fingers on stuff, spill breakfast to determine my upcoming bad day.
    ....a this porridge is too... *spills bowl on hand* HO-O-O-O-O-O-O-OT!!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by LusiferSam View Post
    Opening the shades or turning the lights on first thing always leads to a bad day. Ex roommates and girlfriends have found this out the hard way. I'm not a morning person and lights on first thing makes me "grumpy."

    Having trouble with right and left is also not a good sign. Normally it means the dyslexia is going to be really bad that day. It's the stuff I don't do everyday, like stopping for gas or following directions, not the everyday things like which hand I write with or wear my watch on. And because it random, there is nothing I could do about it.
    *nods* You sound like my partner. LOL
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    **Steven Sterlekar (1969-2001)**

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