Kalvinator wrote:I love that about 90% of my motivation to get a job is to have money for Legos
Almost everyone there is in that awkward "trying to get money to get into college while maintaining a house" phase. I have no idea why they all moved into a high real estate area where two room apartments cost $1,500+ a month, but they did.stubby wrote:Usually if you get cut down to 6 hours a week there's a reason, even if they're not telling you. Especially if they have to hire more staff to make it happen. Did you piss off the manager somehow?
Warhead wrote:my head burns with War.
Wow, way to make bullshit assumptions. Either way, they're the ones who moved here,not me. Also, I'm not the one who forgot to use birth control, or get married instead of going to college. I never said I was the ONLY one who got 6 hours a week, about 5 people (not including the manager) work there and 2 people get almost ALL the hours. (and sometimes they don't even show up.) Anyways Stubby, I hope you find a good work schedule.IVhorseman wrote:As opposed to some little shit who's in still in high school, who needs the money for legos and guitar things i guess.
Yeah, I am aware I keep derailing threads. I am sincerely sorry.piltogg wrote:attention all: Please stop conversing in this thread.
IT will eventually get updated, and when it does, it would be nice to not have to read through your life stories in order to get through it.
I might direct you to a subforum called "advice".
stubby wrote:What the hell! Timedude is here??
Well all I can say is,
it's about . . . time . . .
stubby wrote: my floppy penis gets first dibs on it for tradition's sake, but it doesn't seem likely that he'll want to stick around long enough to play.
VAS KALLAS: "...you've been making some weird friends."
Colette wrote:Silverdream wrote: Looking forward to the forum battle.
What about Rainbow War? Or 2010? Or the cool trading card game that I found a while ago?
I guess this is cooler.
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