Coal mining is harder. Do you think miners stand around all day talking about how hard it is to mine for coal? They do not.
How about you shut your mouth and listen for a second, you weak, milk-overdosed arsehole. The fact that you don't care enough about other people to put some effort into making a proper mug of tea shows you up for the pillock you truly are - a mongrel that chews at the tablecloth of etiquette. Sit the fuck down and listen, because I'm about to tell you how you actually make a proper mug of tea.
The obsession began over seven years ago. InI began at the Hampton Roads Naval Museum as a wide-eyed intern, ready to take on the new and fascinating world of naval history. I thought the coffee mess at work was reserved for staff and volunteers only.
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She then ran to the corner of the field and flung her arms in the air majestically in celebration as supporters in the crowd roared. Photos of Rapinoe captured the sense of accomplishment and confidence written on her smiling face. She was quickly ambushed by cheering members of her team, who jumped on her and hugged in celebration.
Last edited on Aug 14 This " mug " always possesses the extreme of some quality or condition. Possibly a euphemism for " motherfucker.
Male tearsnot to be confused with "manly tears," is a reaction image series based on animated GIFs of various male characters crying. The precise origin of "Male Tears" as an image macro series remains unknown; however, the earliest instance on record comes from the French Tumblr blog FeministPicture in a post on August 25th, Titled "male tears," the post describes it as "a concept to make fun of men who whine about how oppressed they are, how hard life is for them, while they still are privileged" .
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I was thinking this afternoon of what the right way to react is if you get mugged or something. I know that CCW folks are only supposed to use lethal force if they feel their life or somebody else's is in danger, but I'm wondering if the same rules apply for not-necessarily lethal force. I mean, if you're walking down the street, and someone says "give me your money", are you obligated to either give up your wallet or run?