The Shoutbox
Yep. I slid into work this am on my walk...
At work. Legit sucks.

Exit of my neighborhood is a skating rink
Originally Posted by CringeFest
Originally Posted by donniedarko
rewatching season3 of Ozark in preperation for s4- forgot how great this show is
yeah the anxiety/excitement it puts you through...it's like breaking bad but not QUITE as good.
Ouch, that comparison always makes me cringe.
Originally Posted by donniedarko
rewatching season3 of Ozark in preperation for s4- forgot how great this show is
yeah the anxiety/excitement it puts you through...it's like breaking bad but not QUITE as good.
rewatching season3 of Ozark in preperation for s4- forgot how great this show is
Originally Posted by CringeFest
i really don't get irritated with movie spoilers, but i think wordle spoilers deserve -- i don't even know, but to me that's really bad.
Truth.
i really don't get irritated with movie spoilers, but i think wordle spoilers deserve -- i don't even know, but to me that's really bad.
People who post spoilers of new movies are the worst!
(not talking about anyone on here, but on other sites)
lol.
Just yn being yn. Sans snow, of course.
Originally Posted by ynwtf
Originally Posted by Austruck
Originally Posted by ynwtf
Originally Posted by Austruck
Local teacher be complainin' like, "Hate when a snow day happens on a day we already have off."

Got over a foot of snow here. These are the days I usually hate having 200 feet of public sidewalk and a ridiculously huge driveway to snow blow. But hubby came home from overnight shift and did it for me! (He also did the sidewalks all up and down the block. I swear he thinks that thing is a toy.)
What is ...a snow?
I am unsure of this question. I wrote "a snow DAY." Surely you know what a snow day is. ("Yes, and stop calling me Shirley.")
Still, your terms confuse me. In deep Alabama, we never heard of the word. Unless you meant John, from GoT?
Ohhh, now it makes sense.

I just assume that Southern folks still know what snow is, even if they've never seen it. Kinda like we Pittsburghers have heard of sunshine.