FORUMS FORUMS FORUMS. (Blue Collar & Red Neck Blogger on the Forums)
I created this profile for the Forums. I like to read and learn from different points of view.
I like to make people laugh and my writing is the best way to go about it. My athletic endeavours have been known to cause moments of amusement for any who have witnessed my attempts at sports.
I admit to being lazier than dirt when it comes to certain chores. My clothes are all dark so I don't have to sort when I do laundry. Bald guys take longer than me to get ready for an evening out.
I am NOT looking for a relationship. I am not looking for even casual dating.
(I'm too fried to even check my messages, so don't be offended if you are a rare Fish that messages me. I neglect family and friends equally)
You know you have reached a new low when you feel guilty about neglecting Facebook..
Here is the usual conversation friends have with me...
Friend: "Did you see [post, picture, message, invite] on Facebook?"
Me: "Erm, no...was it within the last month or two?"
I am happy to report my current employment does not require business attire or any type of clothing that requires dry cleaning.
I purchase all of my casual and business attire at the men's XL section at a well known chain boutique known as "Value Village."
My next goal is to finish the baseboards that I have started to install in my living room in 2007. I did move the chop-saw from under my kitchen table after a couple months. Another goal is to find my kitchen table. It is in my kitchen.
I like to read various funny websites such as www.dontevenreply.com; www.damnyouautocorrect.com and www.notalwaysright.com, to name a few.
I am in grieving and denial that www.workrant.com is now offline. Messages of condolence in lieu of flowers, please.
(As of January 2017, I still hold out hope that "Workrant" or another such website will be resurrected. I'm uncertain as to which stage of grief I am at.)
I'm steering more tonnage than a u-boat captain and would be really hard to kidnap. I am exercising and losing weight. One day I'll waste away to normal. One day...not today.
I like movies with a lot of action. Usually a lot of automotive products are harmed in the making of them. I have pondered the effects of a hand grenade on a non-working computer. However I accept this particular curiosity will never be satisfied. I haven't blocked any types of profiles because I like messaging on line.
I have learned that certain people share my abhorrence for under-powered (read: gutless) automotive products with fake wood panelling. Why in the name of all that is sacred and holy would there be fake wood panelling on a vehicle? A floor in a house to have laminate flooring that looks like wood; that I can understand; or engineered stone in a kitchen.. Who would drive a wooden car?
I have a mission for whomever had way too much time on their hands and extra-ordinary skills: airbrush a vehicle to make it look like it was constructed out of lumber. Please google or post said result for the collective review of the POF community.
The winner will receive on-line guidance of how to create a crowd-pleasing dish from a cookbook with Yellow Pages. The results are guaranteed.
Gentle Reader; thank you for your kind attention.
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
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Forums and messages.
I'm too lazy to buy groceries, much less date some poor soul.
Friends and co-workers, and even some of my cleaning clients feed me or send me home with food.
However, if I am fed a meal, I offer to clean and do dishes because less mental effort is required to do that than shopping and cooking.
I do not use a dishwasher because of all of the thinking and protocol that goes into loading one.
Some stuff isn't dishwasher safe.
Some stuff may warp.
Handles on some utensils and dishes may fade over time.
Ack! All of goes into the sink.
When it comes to laundry: If I see a label that says "Hand wash separately," I wonder what makes it so special and chuck it in with the rest of the load. Mind you, not many dark XL men's sweatpants and t-shirts require that level of care.