Cosmic - 2007-06-11 07:38:34
Nice lasw furniture. Really nice. Go Susie!! Love the Pairs take. Ya, she be scum.
Squeakzilla - 2007-06-11 09:35:18
(returning from the funeral of my dead kids slain by *not the real Jenn's* curse). Damn, I was all set for the fiasco swirling around obtaining the big assed swing's already assembled display, and you totally left me unfulfilled. Now I feel like I watched the last episode of the Sopranos TWICE.
awittykitty - 2007-06-11 12:37:00
SUNDAY: Pleae don't take that picture while I'm peeing. Wait. Let me put some lip gloss on.
zoot - 2007-06-11 19:24:50
heh. paris is a true entertainer.
Argentum - 2007-06-11 20:39:28
That one girl was a total asshole. Seriously...we can't sell you something? WTF? Power tripping retail employee.
mo - 2007-06-11 21:00:20
So because you're lazy and stupid, the workers at the store have to spend an hour putting together something that they've already previously spent an hour putting together, particularly when you've already stated it's a difficult task? Did you offer to pay extra for their time wasted because of your ineptitude? There is almost no phrase in the English language that I hate more than "the customer is always right." When they "let" you be right, it means one of two things: either they want you to leave because you're annoying and or/rude, so they give you what you want to shut you up, or they're afraid of corporate coming down on them for not kissing your ass. It's not because you're really "right." When the people you dj for come up and tell you that they should be allowed to use your microphone and touch your equipment and try to pull out the phrase "the customer is always right," what do you tell them?
porky - 2007-06-12 11:00:17
so you finally found a chaise lounge big enough for your fat ass? Congrats! did you pretend at the store that it would be for both of you? "Look honey! we could both cuddle up and relax at the same time!!!!"
DanjerusKurves - 2007-06-13 12:57:23
I've always wondered why Americans have turned the French words "chaise longue" into chaise "lounge" ... why not just Anglicise the entire phrase to "long chair"? *puzzled look* ... then again, I'm not in the least surprised to find out you have become a swinger. ;)
James Cambell - 2007-06-13 15:44:55
that's because lougue is ment in the case not so much as "long" but rather "to lay at extended leangth.'

The interesting part is why we say Chais lounger. That's from confusing the french accent to an "R" sound.

Whats the french term for fake tited bimbo?
Chris - The Original Chris - 2007-06-13 16:01:14
Mo - What are the workers there supposed to be doing? - Working.....-What was UB doing by shopping at that store? Paying for the little retail employee's labor.....AND while there is some correlation to UB's dj stuff, there is a risk of his equipment being damaged and/or touched by dirty people, the only downside of UB and the wife buying the display model is that some employee who is accustomed to putting together lawn furniture will have to spend time assembling another one, for which they will be paid for still.
gracie - 2007-06-13 19:52:07
Shop at Lowes. We got the swing that was assembled in the store, AND they put it on a truck and delivered it right to our door.
Jane - 2007-07-02 11:27:04
Hey UB, I can relate to the Home Depot Gig . At least you had a live warm body at the checkout. Here in Houston they are quickly moving to self scanners which is fine till you have a problem or want to pay your bill. I am prone to giving the look, and my hubby..Mr. Happy gets really quiet when PO'd...then I run. Sorry some one fubared the swing..good luck with that. Jane

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