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That's what I like to hear- like the sweet song of the lark- music to my ears!
Do you prefer Wes with a beard or without?
Is there an art to Twitter stalking?
Already proficient at pawning off the grandkids I see. Oh yeah, +1
BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
OK, this is one of those dumb questions Wes talked about in another thread that he copied and pasted from a poster. I don't do the twitter thing although I do enjoy the twitter thread(which is owned by AWBO BTW). What is the benefit, if any, of having lots of followers? I see folks asking to be followed and was just wondering. What one thing do you really enjoy doing that just irks the horse hockey out of Wes? What one thing does he do that irks you?
I'm not sure. I only stalk people in real life.
I started my Twitter account to entertain myself, TBH. I'm up to about 450 followers now. I guess the only benefit is that more people get to laugh at my absurdities. Annoys me when people ask to be followed, though.
Hm. We actually like each other a lot. He snores and kicks me in his sleep. That's really annoying. You'd have to ask Wes about my annoying habits, though.
Wouldn't Wes actually have to sleep in order to do that?
ADunc: This is a marvelous thread, and I think you have at least 100 upvotes so far, which should solidify your far superior-to-The Bearded Pirate poster rating.
I can identify with your upbringing. I raised my children to love the Vols as I attended UT and love all things orange. However, my work life has for many years banished me to Georgia, where they originated the HOPE scholarship. So my wonderful daughter became a Dawg, and I enjoyed four years of free tuition in the process. As a result, I am somewhat obligated to root for UGa whenever they play anyone except Tennessee and she allegedly returns the favor.
So far, it's an uneasy truce, and I trust it will stay that way if she wants her upcoming wedding paid for.
+200 to you!
That's awesome. I was born in Georgia, actually. My mom's family all roots for the Dawgs.
I will fall on the sword... Is Wes a UT fan? I submit one cant engulf themselves in all things orange and not be... I get the "Professionalism" too, but deep down, he loves the VOLS dont he?!
Nope. He loves the Cubs and fried chicken.
Without, but I like the beard if for no other reason than because if he doesn't shave I don't have to clean beard hairs up from the bathroom counter.
Ok, so you and Wes are standing in line at a grocery store when a stranger comes up to and says, "Hey guys, I'm Wautagavol! It's great to meet you!" As he gives you hug, you accidentally let a silent gas bomb slip...a really bad one, one that smells like rotten eggs, peanut butter and dead rat. As the odor begins to curl the bearded one's facial hair, do you:
A) Ignore the vomitting going on around you and pretend not to know anything about it.
B) Slap Wes on the shoulder and loudly say ,"Good grief, baby, that's bad!"
C) Ask WV what that horrible smell is, and tell him that his meat is bad.
D) Laugh maniacally and give an evil grin to all around you, shouting, "Now you know the power of Princess Ginger!!! Your souls are mine!!!"
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Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go.
Girls don't fart.
You obviously haven't spent any time in Alaska if you believe that lie...
Happens more than you know
I heard a lady at the store the other day just absolutely kill it, and she didn't know I was near by. I got the heck out of there fast.
Rank in order of importance from your experience of knowing what normal women are looking for in a man:
Kindness/ loving nature/ understanding romance/ attention
Sense of humor
Fun/ excitement/ surprises
Mystery/ a bit of "the bad guy"
add any others that you think are very important
Ha! I'm not by any definition a normal woman. And to be honest, every woman is different. For me, sense of humor, stability, and fitting in with my family has always been most important.
Wes Rucker said... (In the Crockett thread)
I'm gonna echo what others said — just be yourself — but I'll tell you why: At some point, whether it's a week, a month, a year down the road, y'all are gonna find out what the other person is really like. So get that out of the way immediately to avoid wasting time.
So, Ms Redhead. Is this how Wes was when y'all first met? Upfront right from the get go? Or is he passing this advice on to tCm after failing miserably and learning from his mistakes?
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