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RE: the 2018 trivial drivel thread
That was weird.

A  young woman was waiting outside the office when I got back from client visits.  She said she wanted to drop off her resume and the completed application she downloaded.  Nothing weird about that.

BUT, she was wearing a really low cut tank top and I could see everything when she leaned over to get the file out of her bag.  I think she was flirting with me.  She asked to use the bathroom and stayed in there for like 20 minutes.  After I told her I don't have any openings right now but I'll keep her app on file, she walked around my little office checking everything out, opened the fridge, took out a water and then grabbed a bunch of tea bags from on top of the microwave and stuck them in her bag.  She finally left after telling me for the tenth time to have a good day and that I look like a movie star (which I don't).   hah

She was attractive and pleasant otherwise, but definitely not someone I'll be sending to work in elderly people's homes.
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When you say, “I could see everything”, how nice, on a 1-10 scale, would you say they were?
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(07-26-2018, 08:25 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: That was weird.

A  young woman was waiting outside the office when I got back from client visits.  She said she wanted to drop off her resume and the completed application she downloaded.  Nothing weird about that.

BUT, she was wearing a really low cut tank top and I could see everything when she leaned over to get the file out of her bag.  I think she was flirting with me.  She asked to use the bathroom and stayed in there for like 20 minutes.  After I told her I don't have any openings right now but I'll keep her app on file, she walked around my little office checking everything out, opened the fridge, took out a water and then grabbed a bunch of tea bags from on top of the microwave and stuck them in her bag.  She finally left after telling me for the tenth time to have a good day and that I look like a movie star (which I don't).   hah

She was attractive and pleasant otherwise, but definitely not someone I'll be sending to work in elderly people's homes.

Bet you many of the dirty old men would not mind her working around them! hah hah hah
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What part of town is the office?
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(07-26-2018, 09:22 PM)Carsman Wrote: Bet you many of the dirty old men would not mind her working around them! hah hah hah

Smiley_emoticons_smile  Yeah, it's true that my male clients typically enjoy having their female caregivers around.  

BUT, male or female, almost every client I've ever had is very concerned about caregivers taking things from their homes and even moving their things around (no matter the caregiver's gender, age or physical appearance).  

(07-26-2018, 09:25 PM)Love Child Wrote: What part of town is the office?

It's in the Mission.  I have a storefront office right in front of a busy bus stop.  It's convenient for the staff, but now and again  aimless people mosey on in after hitting the bars down the street or for other strange reasons.  

This woman had an aim and she was in the right place.  She just did a lot of things most people would never do when seeking employment (especially this particular type of employment).  I don't know for certain, but I got the impression that she was buzzed on something.  Her behavior was so presumptuous and odd, but she was articulate and polite in her inappropriateness.

I see a lot of weird around here, but today's experience was uniquely strange.
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(07-26-2018, 09:01 PM)Midwest Spy Wrote: When you say, “I could see everything”, how nice, on a 1-10 scale, would you say they were?

Sign_pervert

I guess about a five.  I didn't assess them or anything; just turned away and grabbed a business card.  

That's when she told me she's been doing a liquid cleanse for a few days and asked me if she could use the bathroom.
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(07-27-2018, 12:23 AM)HairOfTheDog Wrote:
(07-26-2018, 09:01 PM)Midwest Spy Wrote: When you say, “I could see everything”, how nice, on a 1-10 scale, would you say they were?

Sign_pervert

I guess about a five.  I didn't assess them or anything; just turned away and grabbed a business card.  

That's when she told me she's been doing a liquid cleanse for a few days and asked me if she could use the bathroom.

lol

Thanks for humoring me.

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I got all the powerball numbers this week. I have 3 tickets and each one had at least a couple numbers in it. I'm getting closer. Didn't win anything but I got all the numbers.
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My pool light croaked on me. But all is not lost, I don't have to drain it to replace the light. I just need to undo the top screw and put it on the deck. Replace the bulb, checking the gasket and put back in. The only problem is it's on the deep end and there's nothing to keep me near the light. I have to think about this.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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The gasket is the tricky part.
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https://www.poolsupplyworld.com/JJ-Elect...-P-KIT.htm
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I think Sally got drunk last night and is sleeping to noon. I've been up and on the go for hours. Get the fuck up, you lazy bitch.
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I wish. I've been up doing paper work, cleaning and i put new plants in the pots outside. I dont know if Im hungover or its the heat, but I almost fainted. I think its the heat, it's like an oven in my back yard.
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(08-05-2018, 05:35 PM)Maggot Wrote: My pool light croaked on me. But all is not lost, I don't have to drain it to replace the light. I just need to undo the top screw and put it on the deck. Replace the bulb, checking the gasket and put back in. The only problem is it's on the deep end and there's nothing to keep me near the light. I have to think about this.

Well its good to know the pool croaked and possibly blew a gasket before you did old man!
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(08-07-2018, 06:44 PM)JsMom Wrote:
(08-05-2018, 05:35 PM)Maggot Wrote: My pool light croaked on me. But all is not lost, I don't have to drain it to replace the light. I just need to undo the top screw and put it on the deck. Replace the bulb, checking the gasket and put back in. The only problem is it's on the deep end and there's nothing to keep me near the light. I have to think about this.

Well its good to know the pool croaked and possibly blew a gasket before you did old man!

The gasket is probably still good but will be replaced anyway. It's not like it's a game changer by any means. My gasket has blown out so many times it's like a loud WOOSHHHHH when I walk into a room.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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(08-07-2018, 08:39 PM)Maggot Wrote:
(08-07-2018, 06:44 PM)JsMom Wrote:
(08-05-2018, 05:35 PM)Maggot Wrote: My pool light croaked on me. But all is not lost, I don't have to drain it to replace the light. I just need to undo the top screw and put it on the deck. Replace the bulb, checking the gasket and put back in. The only problem is it's on the deep end and there's nothing to keep me near the light. I have to think about this.

Well its good to know the pool croaked and possibly blew a gasket before you did old man!

The gasket is probably still good but will be replaced anyway. It's not like it's a game changer by any means. My gasket has blown out so many times it's like a loud WOOSHHHHH when I walk into a room.
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I saw it reported that drunk Americans spend $30,000,000,000 online each year.

Have you ever shopped drunk?
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No, I like to be sober while shopping. But my husband shops online while stoned all the time buying a bunch of crap he doesn't need. I swear he gets a package delivered once a week.
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(08-12-2018, 11:19 AM)Duchess Wrote: I saw it reported that drunk Americans spend $30,000,000,000 online each year.

Have you ever shopped drunk?


I could never shop on line drunk , I have enough of a problem shopping on line sober! Trying to properly fill in all the codes,  and boxes, sizes, colors, qty, billing address, mailing address, etc! hah
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It's been 20 days since I have weed whacked, maybe longer and I brought my single stroke stuff to get fixed but the asshole wanted to charge me over 300.00 to fix them I could buy new stuff for that!. So last weekend I took apart my machines and fixed them myself. It cost me 2.50 to fucking fix them and 3 hrs of time. So tonight I went around and whacked and mowed all the stuff that was getting out of hand. I have to just say now that next year I might hire some dipshit to do all this crap. What a waste of time when I could be drinking some Sam Addams and just floating around in my pool chair.
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