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February 14th, 2019 at 2:29:47 PM permalink
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Damn, I ordered flowers for Valentine's Day Friday morning for the best delivery date I could get, FEB 12th. I tried calling 5 hours later, because I changed my mind about this woman. Well, they were hard to understand and were just running a scam on me pretending to be cancelling my order, I knew it and I stayed on the line for 20 minutes before I gave up. First red flag, the lady tells me the order was already canceled. Then she later told me I would get a cancellation confirmation email within 24 hours and would not send me an email stating this. There was no supervisor available. My hands were tied, I couldn't figure out what to do from my phone, so I had to rely on their customer service representatives. For some reason, she kept saying emaul, you would think they would try pronouncing this right, but they don't. I forgot about it, thinking maybe I would change my mind about this date. I have about 19 times, definitely don't want to go and am almost certain she will stand me up. I don't know a good reason why I can't cancel an order for flowers that won't even be delivered for 2 days now, but they won't let me.

Don't order from them unless you're sure what you want them. I don't know how this happened, but I'm stuck giving flowers to a woman I don't even trust and to a woman that will either cancel our date or ghost me. Plenty of fish in the sea.

LMAO. Sorry but you just cheered me up after a generally crappy day.
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February 14th, 2019 at 2:37:15 PM permalink
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LMAO. Sorry but you just cheered me up after a generally crappy day.




Sorry you had a generally crappy day!

Have a virtual bouquet on me. Happy Valentines Day.

As to ONM, I'm a bit concerned as well.
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February 14th, 2019 at 5:55:13 PM permalink
Oh yeah, almost forgot. Concerned for Nickel, too. I imagine this...

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<SNIP>...lied to her and told her I bet $500 on her and I will share the money. Plus I have her stuff she...

...could lead to... concerns by people having issues in multiple directions, by all sorta different folks.

Depending on whether the charming & talented lady involved has possibly been known as "Stormi" with an "i' on Backpage.com & advertised as available for a "girlfriend experience." While also sharing a place with an "Uncle Leroy" of hers who likes to meet several dozen of his closest friends every night briefly for a few seconds each at the back door of that place the cops are sitting on; does it often smell like cat pee is pouring out the bathroom window or basement by any chance?
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February 14th, 2019 at 6:08:17 PM permalink
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Oh yeah, almost forgot. Concerned for Nickel, too. I imagine this...

...could lead to... concerns by people having issues in multiple directions, by all sorta different folks.

Depending on whether the charming & talented lady involved has possibly been known as "Stormi" with an "i' on Backpage.com & advertised as available for a "girlfriend experience." While also sharing a place with an "Uncle Leroy" of hers who likes to meet several dozen of his closest friends every night briefly for a few seconds each at the back door of that place the cops are sitting on; does it often smell like cat pee is pouring out the bathroom window or basement by any chance?



Cat pee? What smells like cat pee besides cat pee?
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February 14th, 2019 at 6:15:51 PM permalink
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Cat pee? What smells like cat pee besides cat pee?

Ammonia.
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February 14th, 2019 at 6:27:48 PM permalink
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Cat pee? What smells like cat pee besides cat pee?

Ummm, errrrr, I dunno...

...some kinda informal small lab thing making...a coffee substitute. Or something like that, according to what I've heard from someone who was told about it by some people.





Actually, anyone who deals with any kind of places that will be available for people to live in or be staying in for an extended time, as I did for years, will be needing to know this cold, and diligently snoop for it, or risk the strong probability of having to demolish everything down to the foundation as toxic waste, or of being responsible for a bathtub lab blowing up the neighborhood, if they can't recognize what's happening soon enough. Kinda like having a crack house, only worse because it is much more volatile & toxic, and more common.

Not that Uno Nickel's charmingly despicable young lady looking to share his five Benjamins would really be involved or shacked up with anyone involved with anything like that. Of course.

EDIT: Better & more informative "Bounder lab" clip.
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February 14th, 2019 at 6:33:48 PM permalink
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Ammonia.

Bingo. Sometimes known as an especially distinctive by-product of certain things. We have a winner; give that man the stuffed giraffe.
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February 14th, 2019 at 6:40:34 PM permalink
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Bingo. Sometimes known as an especially distinctive by-product of certain things. We have a winner; give that man the stuffed giraffe.


If you want, you can order him the giraffe here:
https://www.1800flowers.com/noahs-ark-gift-set-1001-p-156021?searchTerm=giraffe&storeIdTab=20051&catEntryId=
:):):)
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February 14th, 2019 at 6:58:20 PM permalink
^ *snicker*
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February 14th, 2019 at 7:06:13 PM permalink
Quote: DrawingDead

Ummm, errrrr, I dunno...

...some kinda informal small lab thing making...a coffee substitute. Or something like that, according to what I've heard from someone who was told about it by some people.





Actually, anyone who deals with any kind of places that will be available for people to live in, as I did for years, will be needing to know this cold, or risk the strong probability of having to demolish everything, or of the bathtub lab blowing up the neighborhood if they can't recognize what's happening right away before it really gets going. Kinda like having a crack house, only worse because it is much more volatile & toxic, and more common.

Not that Uno Nickel's charmingly despicable young lady looking to share his five Benjamins would really be involved or shacked up with anyone involved with anything like that. Of course.

Spoken like a man that knows exactly how much urine it takes to render a kilogram of phosphorus. :-)
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