Time Limits for fixing your plate?

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  1. Mayhem like Me

    Mayhem like Me Semper Paratus

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    Are you the turtle cleaning kit guy?
     
  2. Mayhem like Me

    Mayhem like Me Semper Paratus

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    BTW to the OP, if you have any doubt that you are a bit odd, I " Googled" your question and the only hit was the thread that you started....coincidence .....or...a sign................I'm going with a sign.

    I'm not saying you're a bad guy, but you are probably an" acquired taste"
     
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  3. paul45

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    How many "friends or family members" have told you to STFU ... or ..."Take a F'ing step back, AssClown?"
     
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  4. ChuteTheMall

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    I make polite small talk as I weave in and out among them, filling my own plate without waiting for slowpokes. I have my own fork and spoon in hand so I move pretty fast.

    I may even suggest something like "try the spicy creamed cauliflower casserole" as I grab the last two pork chops.

    :eat:

    "Oh, is there a line? Sorry, I just saw you standing there talking and decided to proceed."
     
  5. devildog2067

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    I don't think I'm a "high roller" but I do make ~15x what I made 5 years ago when I was a grad student... and I had a lot more dinner guests when I was broke. Now I'm too busy working.
     
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    My family takes forever to eat. Everyone just sort of mills about and eats whenever they are ready. Could be an hour or more from the first plate until the last.
     
  7. Bruce M

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    And I was thinking this was going to be a discussion of someone getting a citation for an expired or unassigned license plate.
     
  8. glock1911revolver

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    Not sure, but I don't think high rollers drink A-1 steak sauce or have turtle cleaning kits.
     
  9. Glock&KimberLady

    Glock&KimberLady Morior Invictus

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    hey that's my birthday
     
  10. Pawcatch@aol.co

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    You think they would do that in my own house(which is bought and paid for) eating food I paid for?
    I could throw them out easily if they did that, but my Trump like exceptionalism causes respect.
     
  11. talon

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    Non-commercial buffet line efficiency with added emphasis on politeness from a host perspective.

    Interesting subject.
     
  12. devildog2067

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    I think technically your granddaddy paid for it.
     
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  13. Pawcatch@aol.co

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    He personally bought one of my homes, but my main residence was bought with money that I inherited from him.
     
  14. ray9898

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    So...as devildog said....he bought it.
     
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  15. Pawcatch@aol.co

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    No, my name is on the deed. Legally I bought it, unless services rendered aren't counted as earned.
    I also can see your disdain for west Georgia when you post.
     
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    Good Lord.

    Too much stupid in this reply.
     
  17. Pawcatch@aol.co

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    that means you don't have a reply.
     
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    No, it means you are entertaining! (not the verb)
     
  19. ray9898

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    You in no way represent anything that is common about Georgia or even the rural areas in west Georgia. Sure, there are plenty of 'country folks' out that way near Alabama and there is simply strange. You fall into the latter.
     
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  20. Pawcatch@aol.co

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    I bet I have more friendly conversations with rural west Georgia folks on a daily basis than you.
    Hell, I see Rhubarb Jones fairly regularly at the grocery store.
    As far as "common" I bet Lewis Grizzard wasn't really "common" either.