♣ I'm too lazy to buy a pair of my own. ♣ I spend the most time putting makeup on my eyes. So, big sunglasses hide all of my effort. ♣ I actually like them and wish I didn't. ♣ They don't come with magical powers. And they should. ♣ I'm sick of borrowing everyone else's ♣ There are real fashion terms for them, but I just call them "big sunglasses" ♣ I said "real fashion terms". I'm going to sue the sunglasses for that even though using such a term is entirely my fault.
Okay. I'm done.
Does anyone want to sue Richard Gere? I want to sue Richard Gere for dancing too much and for not having enough wrinkles on his face.
And everyone (hello? is anyone out there?) should welcome x_jenninikki_x to the community. She joined a long time ago in a galaxy far far away, submitted a nice application, and then found that there was nobody out there to hear her plea for acceptance into our community. So, of course, she's deserving of immediate acceptance.
I'm must sue -you- Yoshiki, for not getting into my pants. What's wrong with you?! I am more then willing to let you. Why must you be so lazy? Gosh Yoshiki gosh. And if it's because you hate my pants...I sue them too.
So you sit there and think about what you have done. Or not done for that matter. Arr.
I believe I have made both Katie and Katie (both of you happen to have the same name!) mods.
Broken branch (I happen to not know her name) isn't a mod because I am not aware if she still even reads this community or if she is interested. So, Broken branch, if you're out there and interested...let me know!
Well, first, I am going to totally sue my stomach because it has been terrorizing me for a billion years.
And whenever I think I am getting better - I am not. Yay.
But I do have an idea! How about we turn our community into some sort of rating community... Yeah, that's a bit scary...but perhaps it could work. And then maybe we could have an option where members can try to "sue" other members and maybe...kick them out.
I don't know. It sounds scary. I'll make you all my moderators - if you want. But I have absolutely no idea how to do that.
Excuse me. I lost a few brain cells last night for no apparent reason. It's quite unhappy.
#3: Tanisha Torres of Wyndanch, N.Y. The woman sued Radio Shack for misspelling her town as "Crimedanch" on her cell phone bill. She didn't even ask them to change it; she just sued. "I'm not a criminal," she whined. "My son plays on the high school football team." Yeah, that makes sense. The name "Crimedanch" is a common joke; police in the area confirm it's a high-crime area. Still, Torres claimed she suffered "outrage" and "embarrassment" at having to see that spelling on her private phone bill. The suit seeks unspecified damages.