Post by mintyjackhole on Jun 30, 2019 14:30:43 GMT
Knob twirler in the thread about the new movie "Yesterday": "I kept wanting to punch the dude for not realizing he’s in love with Lily James until the end of the money. She’s like Keira Knightley with a woman’s body."
So you missed this gem from seibrand: "my wife? what does she listen to in musical terms? well ... actually, she usually listens to her own voice (I don't even hear it anymore ...) when she breaks the balls, saying she can't stand "my music". she continues to break my balls, she does not let me listen to music, lowers the volume (even when it is not "LOUD"). when she touches the volume knob to lower my enjoyment, she enjoys... but she does really enjoy, orgasmically speaking. Sometimes she teases me, when I listen to choral music, she does the verses, imitating, badly, the musicians or the singers. Whenever she hears the word "sunshine" (and cabbage ... in American / English songs, that word is very frequent <it is true!>. she ask me "Why doe these American allways sing about sunshine? don't they have some? In short, wife and music do not agree at all, it is a unique penalty.
Obviously ... I have to accept hiernasty complaints, but if I open my mouth when she's watching TV (I NEVER watch TV, she is allways in front of that TVdisplay ...). she looks at those stuffs that are, my simple opinion, the champions of the trash: telenovellas, or those programs like "doctor pimpel crusher" or how the hell it's called in USA... or that one where people too, too, too obese make themselves operate by the doctor on duty ...
I love my wife, but sometimes it's hard, resisting ... I do resist, now for over 39 years. How long can I go on? :mad::love::hide::idea:"
What is he resisting? Certainly not mocking his wife behind her back on a public forum. Passive aggressive little shit!
Post by Felonious Spunk on Sept 16, 2019 18:23:41 GMT
“Are you white?”
At SH.tv that has to be a rhetorical question, right?
"I must say though, artists like Kurt or Thelonious Monk who people think have something to say of the highest importance but are really just suicidal or insane sort of freak me out. Why? Well, everyone thought Monk was really "out there" but they followed his lead and jazz changed. Turns out he really was insane and was finally locked up. Does that mean that the jazzers were wrong to follow him? No, but still." - STeVE