frat1990 4 years ago on Writers' Roundtable: A Farewell To PostGradProblems.com Thanks for everything writers and commenters. This website and it’s content has been my favorite work distraction for 5.5 years now and it sucks it is going away, but I look forward to finding you guys on the other parts of the interwebs and staying in touch. Keep on frattin’. -1 Log in to reply or vote on comments
Thanks for everything writers and commenters. This website and it’s content has been my favorite work distraction for 5.5 years now and it sucks it is going away, but I look forward to finding you guys on the other parts of the interwebs and staying in touch.
Keep on frattin’.
Falco is right here (Falco is always right, but I digress).
These girls are great, but if mommy and daddy are still paying the bills at 24 or older, those girls are expecting someone to ALWAYS pay their bills. So they are looking for sugar daddies and don’t know the value of things/money. If you can afford that, awesome, but many guys can’t today.
Because anything that would paint radical Islam in a bad way is avoided. It’s part of the agenda of much of the educational system to limit topics that could raise more questions about why things like terrorism happen.
Thankful for the teachers that know this is BS and teach the facts anyway.
Homecoming and Dad’s Weekend only for me.
I hope Lang is smarter than succumbing to this invite, but if I have watched any cop/detective show on TV, I know he’s not declining it.
It just feels forced to me a lot of the time. Sometimes, the groom and BIL are super close and it’s obvious he should be a groomsmen, but in 3-4 years, did you become closer with that guy then some of the your friends from high school or your fraternity? Depends also how big the wedding party is.
That’s why I said 9 times out of 10. It often feels forced or desperate to me.
Inviting your future brother in law to the bachelor party is a trash move.
Having your future brother in law as a groomsmen is (9 times out of 10) a more trash move.
My boss: “Bring your whole self to work, we hired you because you are a great person too!”
Also my boss: “Get that full size replica football helmet from your college off your desk and also that damn putter outta here.”
I would love to consistently hit a 95 man. PGP
My first real concert was seeing the Ying Yang twins at some bar in Puerto Vallarta, MX that had also had foam party. Hard to beat that.
Bingo. Why waste a PTO day if you are still in the same city or your office and it’s gonna be dead anyways? Kinda a free half ass day, which is awesome.
10 year HS Reunion tomorrow night. No idea how that’s gonna go, but excited for it nonetheless.
Golfing with some HS buddies tomorrow morning, based on the group chat this week, we might not make it to the actual reunion.
Clearly Eric does given the last few entries in this series…
But your mindset is the correct one.
Valid points. But can we confirm the sex happened? Being that sloppy puts the chances pretty low I think.
Also, you know the ex sees the drunk tank as a huge L, regardless of pending charges or no.
Kimber, question for ya. I have my 10 year HS reunion on Saturday. It’s at a triple A baseball stadium (not during a game, the team is away), in the outside terrace group area. Is an Aloha shirt too casual? I don’t want to take this event too seriously, but don’t want to be seen as a clown either.
Thoughts from the all knowing Aloha shirt proponent?
Getting Back in the Game: Taking all the Breakup Ls
Ya if going to restaurants is much more expensive now because the minimum wage is $15, I’m not tipping like I used to. In places this isn’t the case I tip at least 20%, remembering my HS jobs.
Plot twist, we have it better than Europeans. Fact.
One of the Fast and the Furious movies is ALWAYS on TNT. And I am not complaining.