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Posted on 04/02/2012 12:33:56 PM PDT by trailhkr1
Cops: Accused Prostitute Offered Undercover Officer Sex For Cheeseburgers Off McDonald's Dollar Menu
The woman, the detective reported, replied that the pair could go have sexual intercourse if I bought her two double cheese burgers off the dollar menu at McDonalds. The cop added, I agreed to the deal and purchased the hamburgers for $2.75.
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The description could also be, “What has been seen cannot be unseen”.
That kitty's attention is merely intensely focused.
looks like it just caught sight of Helen Thomas coming its way.
Patrick? Maybe that’s why he seems to be invisible at times...he can change into a cat suit.
Vacuum cleaner approaching?
If Pats were cats we’d all be bats.
How are you today?
A little the worse for wear, I think. I got off the bus at the foot of the hill yesterday, and walked up, as I didn’t want to wait another hour to get home. It was approaching 80 degrees, by then (1015) and it wasn’t steep, but it was an exercise, for sure.
My legs were bothering me, but I tried to just think about the goal...the shady spot at the end of the driveway. :o]
I forgot all about the wet clothes I had in a bright orange Home Depot bag. I didn’t want to dry them at busdaddy’s as I hate the shrinking. Anyway, I just remembered them about 30 minutes ago and hung them in the bathroom!
It’s damp here - clothes wouldn’t dry.
We’ve had three near-catastrophes here this morning, so I’m not planning to leave the house except to get the mail from the box. The worst was Tom’s deciding to back up in traffic - that was six inches from real trouble. Fortunately, he’s gone for a couple of days to a science competition, so I’ll have time to calm down, especially if they do really well!
Teaching my son to drive was a real challenge for me. He took chances, but I managed to teach him the basics without too much gray hair. When he was 16, he took the car to school, and was showing off when he got pulled over.
He came home after school, walked in the door and handed me his driver’s license. He went to court for it, and from that day on, he was “docile” behind the wheel of my car.
Of course, the accident in Germany that nearly killed him was a major wake-up call. He has mellowed out!
Learning experiences. I told him he didn’t have the right of way to turn left, but he thought he had room before the oncoming car arrived. When he found he didn’t, he didn’t want to sit in the intersection (good), but decided to back up (epic fail). He heard me screaming DON’T BACK just in time! No harm done except to my nerves, and the fact that I’m not searching the pantry for any random hooch left from a recipe proves I’m not an alcoholic!
The major cause of alcoholism in adults is driving-age teenagers.
A license to drive is not a “right.” It’s a priviledge. I told my son the first time he was in danger of getting a ticket, he would hand me his license until it was resolved. He WAS obedient! LOL!
True. That's why it took so long for Bill to get his, and he's been told that if he has any collisions or tickets caused by driving in ways he knows better, he will no longer be allowed to use a vehicle we own.
Tom has been doing very well, but he's grown overconfident and doesn't want to listen. This should wake him up a little.
Thank you and good morning! I loved “Firefly” (or is it “Serenity”? Can’t keep the movie and the miniseries straight.)
Re: 722: Thank you for my first lol of the day!
Thanks for my second lol of the day (Pats/cats/bats)!
Is that the source for the line? I didn’t know. I’m going to get the t-shirt, though, when I’ve lost more weight.
“The major cause of alcoholism in adults is driving-age teenagers.” Vigorous concurral! If I were in T-c’s position, I’d be a quivering mass of purple protoplasm.
Thankfully, my daughter learned to drive in the worst conditions possible: As a driver for the Admiral at the naval base in Naples, Italy.
When he had to go somewhere, she had to drive him, and from what I’ve seen in films (documentaries) it was Trial By Fire.
I was out of the loop on that one, because she didn’t want to learn to drive here.
Yes. River Tam delivered it. I *loved* that character. It was especially silly when she “fixed” the errors in the Shepherd’s Bible.
That would be an interesting sight, in the purple car!
Speaking of colors, I got some pink flamingo pajamas at Walmart.
We all need some reality. Bring a hanky...
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