One last confession. Family wanted to go to Carlos OKelley's for supper. Felt stomach rolling before we left, but not too bad. Went to Wal-Mart, and all was good. Went to leave Wal-Mart and thought I should use the rest room before going home. Pressure is starting to build. Get to the restroom and one stall is taken, one is open. Thank goodness the seat looks clean. Sit down and the pressure releases with the sound of 20 cannons. Big splash, toxic smell. Feel bad for the guy in the stall next to me. It then sounds like I'm peeing, but really it liquid butt juice with a few chunks mixed in between. The smell gets worse. The guy next to me leaves in a hurry and doesn't even wash his hands. Wipe my butt, and see the back of the seat is covered in toxic juice. I feel bad for the person that has to clean it, but very glad I didn't do it at home.
Carlos O'Kelley's does this to me (but not this bad) 75-80% of the time, but I keep going back. One time after I was first married we ate at one in Des Moines. I had to use the restroom at the restaurant. I was in there for so long the waitress asked my wife if I left her there.
Lol I laughed the entire way through this one. I feel for ya.
Nah...him and I shared a special moment soap/water can't erase.
That is what's up! I hear you on that one. I don't know how many different combinations of there, their, and they're I've seen wrong when grading students.
I used to work with a lady that considered herself the grammar police. She once said in a team meeting that she heard us using the various versions of "there" incorrectly. I should have let it slide because no one took her seriously, but I said her hearing must be phenomenal to be able to hear an apostrophe (they're).
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