georgina666 36F
421 posts
9/20/2005 8:09 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm


what is savoir-vivre?
good breeding, correct social behaviour

monday went by without much blues, then tuesday set in with the turmoil monday had carelessly left out...

i woke up minutes after the alarm rang in order to hedge against the possibility of another rendezvous with my GM talking about kinky time management and punctuality. the traffic was horrible as usual, what's new i wonder?

as i was waiting for the elevator, i was not thinking about some guy or food, but the truth was i suddenly choked on my own saliva. it was a bad cough...made me looked like i have tuberculosis or SARS. i reached my office in time, have about 5 minutes or so to spare. i checked my e-mails and oh boy, for the past week, i have been receiving tonnes of e-mails related to how to reduce the fuel price. come on, seriously, did you think not pumping petrol on 22nd Sept because it was declared "no petrol" day would make a difference at all? business will resume the next day, in fact all the better because some motorist are literally milked down to the last drop of petrol...

or to think that by not patronizing major fuel players such as shell, caltex or projet would make a big the sense that the local fuel company will flourish while we see shell and BP roll out of the business? nope...those e-mails are just another chain letter scam, just that in this case, if you don't pass on the chain e-mail about fuel prices, your dick/breast won't rot and fall off, you won't have a road bully terrorizing for the next 7 years, your indicators won't explode half through when you're making out in the on so forth.

oh you know, how the chain e-mails always begin with some too good to be true story or anecdote only to make you feel compelled to forward the same mail to as many people as you find in your address book? some are desperate that they'll send the same mail over and over just so that they can pass on the worthy piece of crap to you.

enough about chain fuel price e-mails. work was fine (not fun) and the day ended just like that. apart from choking on my own saliva, i have no complains really...could have been worse like suffocating in a wrong bra or something like that

eternal1969 47M
1634 posts
9/22/2005 11:30 am

Trust me I had a worse week than you did this week... I would gladly trade wif you

georgina666 36F

9/24/2005 7:02 am

eternal1969, you're had a fearsome poking week

rm_endwar_at_hm 42M

10/8/2005 1:31 pm

thanks for your honest and rather humourous entries. i'm glad you can see the lighter side of those personal calamiies.

I laughed when iread about your 'twisted breasts'


you sound like an intersting person. intelligent. witty. brutally honest.

georgina666 36F

10/8/2005 7:12 pm

hi endwar,

you're right, i am a brutally honest person...something which not many men can stomach (uh oh, there goes the defensive pessimist at work

have a good week ahead

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