• muzzle@lemm.ee
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    What the hell is the house of yes? And why would you have your funeral there?

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      It’s not a weird movie starring Parker Posey, Josh Hamilton, Tori Spelling, and Freddie Prinze Jr. involving themes of incest and reenacting the assassination of JFK as foreplay, but it has the same name, so maybe don’t take your sister there especially if she’s into pillbox hats or convertibles.

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        My girlfriend giving me the most amazing road head of my life as I take a lazy left on Elm Street, only to catch her ex lining up a Carcano M91/38 from the Grassy Knoll and realize I should have taken my mom’s advice about online dating.

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        A horrified Lesly [girlfriend of Marty] witnesses the encounter and speaks to Anthony [younger brother of Marty], who had already told her of Marty and Jackie’s incestuous relationship. He convinces Lesly that he is a virgin, leading to a brief and awkward sexual encounter.

        Not weird at all, no sirree! 😂

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      There’s a club in Brooklyn with that name, not sure if that’s what they’re referring to

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      Sounds like that thing from Far Cry 5. They’re not known for taking “no” for an answer.

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      It was “sunglassesing away” that broke me. Like was the intent of this post to give future anthropologists a job trying to decode it? I understood almost none of this post.

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      I’m convinced people who can’t read without commas or periods have a reading comprehension deficit.

      It’s really not that hard to figure out

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        Communication is a 2-way street.

        Writing out an incoherent, unpunctuated paragraph is not only lazy on the writer’s part, it’s disrespectful in asking the reader to put in extra work to decipher what the actual hell they are talking about. Fortunately, it’s also a pretty good sign that there’s not a ton of value in whatever they wrote.

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        It’s not that hard to figure out, you’re right, but it’s like the difference between a McDonald’s burger and a t-bone steak cooked just right, with fries and a glass of wine. You might not want either, but if you do, most people would prefer the steak.

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        Yeah whats so hard reading a long sentence that doesnt use proper punctuation I mean cant you just look at it and understand exactly where theres a natural pause or break in what the person is trying to communicate I mean whats so hard about that seriously your brain must be broken if you find that annoying or hard to read what is wrong with you

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    I was at a funeral for a guy who had dated my best friend. I was there to support my friend, let her get some closure. There were easily a thousand people there - they set up speakers in the parking lot for mourners to listen to the ceremony. This guy had been incredibly good at getting people to like him. He easily could have been a cult leader, the number of people who loved his persona and either didn’t know of or ignored his manipulative behavior.

    Anyway, eulogies are delivered. A close friend, then a family member, then his girlfriend…then his other girlfriend. The two girlfriends learned of each other’s existence and met for the first time at the funeral.

    The second girl said something like “I loved him so much, as I’m sure you all did too. I was convinced that I could make a difference in his life and make things better for everyone, but maybe it was just about the sex after all.” She then left. Fully left the building.

    Nobody I knew there at the funeral had any idea who she was, except the parents who later confirmed to my friend that she was indeed his other girlfriend.

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    Getting a girl to say at your funeral that you fucked her really good is a pure posthumous power move