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By Anonymous / Sunday 20 December 2009 05:04 / United States
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I thought it was common wisdom by now: Don't say negative unless you're willing to accept the possibility that whatever you say applies to the person you're talking to.

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I thought it was common wisdom by now: Don't say negative unless you're willing to accept the possibility that whatever you say applies to the person you're talking to.

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you're right, zargon. Man, I'm really sick of these "I said something derogatory about (object). It was his/hers. FML." There are enough of them here to start a site called "Itwastheirs"

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There REALLY needs to be a law about this sorta thing. Like Murphey's law, only it refers to the probability that the object you're dissing belongs to the person you're trying to get sticky with.

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Well Zargon it is not all bad he could recover and say that if they were dating she knows he would be honest on the slight chance it would work. But it probably wouldn't .

well my car is a piece of crap! so if someone said 'hahahahaha look at that pile of junk' I'd laugh and say 'yeah that's my pile of junk!' I do love my car but that doesn't stop it from being crap!!!

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Exactly, I understand how some people can have crap cars, and I've had cars in terrible states but I'd still laugh at someone else and I'd laugh at my car and I wouldn't feel that awkward if someone laughed at my car, I'd tell them it was mine and laugh about it. Now if they made a comment like 'what kind of a loser drives a car like that' or something that hints to the owner then I'd be well pissed.

She should have laughed it off and retorted, "At least it's paid for." (Maybe you ought to buy her the bumper sticker.) Anyway, she's planning on you buying her a nice, new one, someday. If not you then, some other dude. #8 and #9, 2 in a row from South Africa? Hou gaan dit, meisies?

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