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  1. Zanick motherfucker [my p.a. supernal goa]
    My first ex had never had a serious boyfriend before us. I’m not sure what about me caused her to think of a relationship in the long-term. I like to think I represented a shift into more mature priorities but I’d settle for an accessory to masochistic delusion. She lives far away now, and we don’t talk. Sometimes I look at her Facebook and see that she’s dyed her hair and can’t help but narcissistically wonder if I’m some of the old color she’s trying to cover up.
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  2. i do not make my victims feel like victims.
  3. aldra Dark Matter [my considered impending distributor]
    redacted
  4. tee hee hee African Astronaut [slangily complete this slumberer]
    Don't think I've really impacted anyone, really.
  5. Ghost Dark Matter [fabulously attend this hattiesburg]
    I gave many girls a good licking which ruins every sexual encounter they have because I'm the best
  6. WE SMOOTH African Astronaut
    You licked Twists asshole, cock and balls for hours on meth. Don't lie.
  7. WE SMOOTH African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Zanick My first ex had never had a serious boyfriend before us. I’m not sure what about me caused her to think of a relationship in the long-term. I like to think I represented a shift into more mature priorities but I’d settle for an accessory to masochistic delusion. She lives far away now, and we don’t talk. Sometimes I look at her Facebook and see that she’s dyed her hair and can’t help but narcissistically wonder if I’m some of the old color she’s trying to cover up.

    I know I'm that old color she's trying to cover up. Can't take nothin' back, went like that, so that's what it is, I wish it could've been different, though.
  8. ECAP Tuskegee Airman
    Far too many to count
  9. stl1 African Astronaut
    I used to manage a Vickers gas station and early one Saturday morning an assistant manager at another station called me up complaining that she couldn't make that morning's pump readings come out the way they should. I went over and ran all of the numbers and they wouldn't come out for me either. I then went through them pump by pump and figured out the pump that wasn't coming out properly. I went out to that pump and it showed 15 or so gallons for under $2 yet the several dollar per gallon pricing was correct. I got a lock and locked up the pump.

    I had the assistant manager call in the guy who had closed the night before. I showed him the locked up pump with the proof staring him in the face that he had changed the per gallon price to pennies per gallon to fill up his tank last night and then reset the price back. His mistake was that he didn't reset the pump to zero out the evidence.

    Seeing the evidence, he confessed.

    I knew and liked the guy. I let him go with the promise that he would never do it again. He had been in prison before and I felt sorry for him. I probably could have impressed management and made supervisor had I kept the pump locked and called in a supervisor. Still, I'm pretty sure my actions that day changed his life.
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  10. Fonaplats Dallas [daylong jump-start that nome]
    My best friend committed suicide.
    Does that count?
  11. Originally posted by stl1 I used to manage a Vickers gas station and early one Saturday morning an assistant manager at another station called me up complaining that she couldn't make that morning's pump readings come out the way they should. I went over and ran all of the numbers and they wouldn't come out for me either. I then went through them pump by pump and figured out the pump that wasn't coming out properly. I went out to that pump and it showed 15 or so gallons for under $2 yet the several dollar per gallon pricing was correct. I got a lock and locked up the pump.

    I had the assistant manager call in the guy who had closed the night before. I showed him the locked up pump with the proof staring him in the face that he had changed the per gallon price to pennies per gallon to fill up his tank last night and then reset the price back. His mistake was that he didn't reset the pump to zero out the evidence.

    Seeing the evidence, he confessed.

    I knew and liked the guy. I let him go with the promise that he would never do it again. He had been in prison before and I felt sorry for him. I probably could have impressed management and made supervisor had I kept the pump locked and called in a supervisor. Still, I'm pretty sure my actions that day changed his life.

    from then on he reseted the pump to zero out the evidence and have pennies per gallon for life.

    you taught him good.
  12. stl1 African Astronaut
    No, I never had to check pump readings that didn't work out again. If he had reset the pump to zero and not confessed, I probably would have left the pump locked up, called a supervisor in and I would think he would have been out of a job. It does not pay tp lie to me.
  13. Originally posted by stl1 No, I never had to check pump readings that didn't work out again. If he had reset the pump to zero and not confessed, I probably would have left the pump locked up, called a supervisor in and I would think he would have been out of a job. It does not pay tp lie to me.

    did your station cheat by heating the gas ?
  14. stl1 African Astronaut
    I was the one releasing heated gas.
  15. Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by stl1 I used to manage a Vickers gas station and early one Saturday morning an assistant manager at another station called me up complaining that she couldn't make that morning's pump readings come out the way they should. I went over and ran all of the numbers and they wouldn't come out for me either. I then went through them pump by pump and figured out the pump that wasn't coming out properly. I went out to that pump and it showed 15 or so gallons for under $2 yet the several dollar per gallon pricing was correct. I got a lock and locked up the pump.

    I had the assistant manager call in the guy who had closed the night before. I showed him the locked up pump with the proof staring him in the face that he had changed the per gallon price to pennies per gallon to fill up his tank last night and then reset the price back. His mistake was that he didn't reset the pump to zero out the evidence.

    Seeing the evidence, he confessed.

    I knew and liked the guy. I let him go with the promise that he would never do it again. He had been in prison before and I felt sorry for him. I probably could have impressed management and made supervisor had I kept the pump locked and called in a supervisor. Still, I'm pretty sure my actions that day changed his life.

    Reform is bullshit. I've done enough shit in my life, got caught a few times and each time i got caught it just taught me how to cover my ass better.

    Perhaps the consequences haven't been severe enough, but i learned at a young age that crime pays.
  16. I changed some niggas life once by throwing a brick in his face. Nigga still walks around with a broken tooth.
  17. Originally posted by Misguided Russian I changed some niggas life once by throwing a brick in his face. Nigga still walks around with a broken tooth.

    careful there.

    the fbi is currently hunting for russians.

    and russian made substrates,
  18. doofusrick Yung Blood
    Originally posted by Sophie Reform is bullshit. I've done enough shit in my life, got caught a few times and each time i got caught it just taught me how to cover my ass better.

    Perhaps the consequences haven't been severe enough, but i learned at a young age that crime pays.

    this guy fucks.
  19. Pillpopper Houston
    Originally posted by Zanick My first ex had never had a serious boyfriend before us. I’m not sure what about me caused her to think of a relationship in the long-term. I like to think I represented a shift into more mature priorities but I’d settle for an accessory to masochistic delusion. She lives far away now, and we don’t talk. Sometimes I look at her Facebook and see that she’s dyed her hair and can’t help but narcissistically wonder if I’m some of the old color she’s trying to cover up.

    Between my wife and myself .....we changed each others lives to a huge degree and more so after our two kids were born and my substance abuse problems and subsequent six months in treatment. I put them all through hell and they stood behind me and that is why i love her as much as I do. She fucking saved my life by forcing that ultimatum on me
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  20. cupocheer Space Nigga [unwillingly condescend the dp]
    The one I'm authorized to change: mine?
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