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Where in the World Isn't Bob Saget?

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by PUSH, Jan 28, 2015.

  1. Batman

    Batman Well-Known Member

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    How'd the wedding go in Johnson City? Apologies if you all received a sporadic mega-rain-dumping around 3 to 4ish in the afternoon. It most likely came from our way.

    You know it's bad when a guest asks if it's still okay to swim, and you answer 'yes', but specify in the pool, not the parking lot.
     
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    It's a long shot, but I'm still holding onto hope that the dinos can somehow be relocated & placed as an indoor scene along the MK railroad loop, as done with the dino scene on DL's railroad. Not sure how realistically this would work out, but you'd think there'd be adequate enough space to do this on MK's grounds. It doesn't even have to be near the front of the park like at DL.

    One can hope...
     
  3. JenniferS

    JenniferS When hinges creak in doorless chambers .... Premium Member

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    Still on and off raining here with ominous thunder rumblings since 1:00. Enough already.

    If the forecast holds true and we are blessedly dry tomorrow, I think we'll day trip to Niagara Falls. Start out with the good side, and then cross the border. We've been itching to eat at Carrabba's again since NC, and there just happens to be one conveniently located in Niagara Falls, NY. :)
     
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    Loved it. :)
     
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    JenniferS When hinges creak in doorless chambers .... Premium Member

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    The wind is buffeting the heavy rain down the street in waves. Or as we call it this summer ... any day that ends "y".


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    Thanks. We must have missed the rain.

    The wedding was formal/semi-formal attire. This guy might not have gotten the memo - except that his wife/GF (not sure which) was one of the bridesmaids.
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    JenniferS When hinges creak in doorless chambers .... Premium Member

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    I'm not sure which infraction is the most egregious - faded jeans, V-neck tee, too short button shirt, golf visor, or the fact that he's on his phone. It's perfectly fine Disney attire. For a wedding, not so much.
     
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    Nemo14 Well-Known Member

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    But he got a haircut....
     
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    JenniferS When hinges creak in doorless chambers .... Premium Member

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    And he's a good looking guy. Still not enough to compensate for the shabby wedding look.
    There seems to be more and more of this look at weddings lately.

    Can't see his feet. What do you figure - sneakers or cowboy boots?
     
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  11. Nemo14

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    Flip-flops
     
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  12. JenniferS

    JenniferS When hinges creak in doorless chambers .... Premium Member

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    But of course.
     
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    JenniferS When hinges creak in doorless chambers .... Premium Member

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    After work a few weeks ago, we had to stop in at Mike's nephew's outdoor wedding. We missed the ceremony. We missed the meal. We were already 5 or 6 hours late, so rather than waste another hour going home to change, I showed up in my work "uniform" - black slacks, white blouse.

    First thing somebody said to me - Look at how you're dressed. You did know you were coming to a wedding, right?

    Tough crowd.
     
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    DS had an outdoor wedding and his MIL was shocked that people dressed up for the wedding.
     
  15. JenniferS

    JenniferS When hinges creak in doorless chambers .... Premium Member

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    I would always prefer to be overdressed than underdressed, but sometimes it's better to show up as you are, rather than not make it at all.

    Maybe that was this fellow's situation.
     
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    I'm frequently overdressed, but I prefer to consider the rest of the world underdressed.
     
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    Hey @JenniferS , you've mentioned that nothing good ever comes from exercise. I agree. Went out this morning on my bike. I was about 5 blocks from home when I stopped at a street intersection. Think I hit the handlebar brakes a bit too quickly--somehow, I was jolted forward and fell off the bike. :facepalm:

    Fell on my back and hit the back of my head on the street (but I had a helmet on which saved me). Got up, (embarrassed--please lord, I hope no one saw me :rolleyes: ) and rode bike back home.

    An hour later, I noticed a giant bump on my right hand. Hubs freaked :eek:, and I told him to relax--it was just a hematoma, and some of the swelling has already gone down. I ate some ice cream and that seemed to help. ;)

    I'm following your advice from now on. :D
     
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    It's been my experience that ice cream heals everything.
     
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    If you don't have any ice cream, Cheetos are also very effective for whatever ails you.
     
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    Crunchy ones, not the puffy kind...
     
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