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chris
11-11-2004, 10:04 PM
Being recently divorced after 13 years of marriage, I joined eHarmony.com and started emailng with numerous women.

One was pretty cool. After 4 months of emails, I decided to drive 3 hours to have lunch with her.

She was intelligent, witty, blond, and beautiful. WOW.

After lunch we walked around town talking; then passed a fire station. Her 3 yr son was with us and I got the BRIGHT idea to see if a Fire fighter would give us a tour.

This big burly guy said "sure" and proceeded to show us all the trucks and equipment. Fun for all was had.

Since the lunch, we sent emails back & forth planning my next trip for next week.

I'm thinking this is great! Someone like me who hasn't played the game for all these years has hit the jackpot with this wonderful woman.

THEN YESTERDAY, I get a email stating that she and the firefighter had "ran into" each other, and now they want a relationship with each other!! And the email ended with the dreaded words...."I hope we can still be friends".

Moral of the story: On a first date, don't go to a fire station.

ROFL

Bowser
11-11-2004, 10:06 PM
ROFL

I mean, that sucks for not hooking up with her. She sounded like she had potential. But,

ROFL

Rain Man
11-11-2004, 10:09 PM
Firemen are overrated. I think it has something to do with those big hoses they carry.

el borracho
11-11-2004, 10:14 PM
did you really want to have a 3 hour commute to a new relationship?

morphius
11-11-2004, 10:16 PM
Damn! At least you will always be a cute story they talk about when people ask who they met.

Well, that sure didn't help, did it?

el borracho
11-11-2004, 10:18 PM
The 3 year old son part just hit me, too. I think Bob Dole has some advice for you.

Skip Towne
11-11-2004, 10:22 PM
I'd bet she "ran into" that dude when she went back to the fire station looking for him. Easy come, easy go.

chris
11-11-2004, 10:27 PM
I'd bet she "ran into" that dude when she went back to the fire station looking for him. Easy come, easy go.


My compliments to you on your quick analysis.

It took me until about 3 hours ago to figure out that is exactly what had to happen.

You know that the firefighter didn't write her license plate number down, not with a guy and a 3 year old.

At first it was a shock, but now I'm laughing. Better to find out now than after 6 months of road trips.

ROFL

KcMizzou
11-11-2004, 10:29 PM
Better to find out now than after 6 months of road trips.

ROFL Amen. She just saved you a hell of a lot of trouble.

Skip Towne
11-11-2004, 10:34 PM
My compliments to you on your quick analysis.

It took me until about 3 hours ago to figure out that is exactly what had to happen.

You know that the firefighter didn't write her license plate number down, not with a guy and a 3 year old.

At first it was a shock, but now I'm laughing. Better to find out now than after 6 months of road trips.

ROFL
Yeah, I'm just glad you didn't get hurt. I've been at this a long time and my conclusion is women suck. At least most of them do.

Valiant
11-11-2004, 10:37 PM
She will be back after the firefighter ****s her and picks up another girl from some guy coming by the firestation for a tour...

go bowe
11-11-2004, 10:39 PM
Yeah, I'm just glad you didn't get hurt. I've been at this a long time and my conclusion is women suck. At least most of them do.i'm glad you said "most"...

i've actually been pretty happy with my woman for 25 years and counting...

Skip Towne
11-11-2004, 10:46 PM
i'm glad you said "most"...

i've actually been pretty happy with my woman for 25 years and counting...
Yeah, I had a good one for 24 years but she sucked. hehe

go bowe
11-11-2004, 10:50 PM
Yeah, I had a good one for 24 years but she sucked. heheROFL ROFL ROFL

Chief Henry
11-11-2004, 10:51 PM
Bummer dude, but now you did'nt spend alot of time and $$$ into this relationship. Chalk it up to
one of lifes little surprises.

Inspector
11-11-2004, 10:54 PM
You could burn the firehouse down.

That'd show 'em.

angel
11-11-2004, 10:54 PM
oh boy do I love firefighters!

Rausch
11-11-2004, 10:56 PM
oh boy do I love firefighters!

Imagine, the first time we hear from here in what seems like months...

1adam1238
11-11-2004, 11:20 PM
I think the three hour commute is a great way to have a relationship.....having someone not around to smother you all the time is cool.......but good thing you learned quickly...better luck next time.

Rausch
11-11-2004, 11:22 PM
Being recently divorced after 13 years of marriage, I joined eHarmony.com and started emailng with numerous women.

Oh, dude. No.

Just....NO...

PastorMikH
11-12-2004, 01:48 AM
Oh, dude. No.

Just....NO...



So are you saying that the fireman did him a favor there?

chiefs4me
11-12-2004, 09:37 AM
Come on guys,,,have you ever seen an ugly fireman,,must be a rule you have to be hot,,,just like the UPS guys.

Phobia
11-12-2004, 09:46 AM
Come on guys,,,have you ever seen an ugly fireman,,must be a rule you have to be hot,,,just like the UPS guys.

Have you ever seen a fireman or UPS guy outside of a calendar? Seriously. Some of the nastiest dudes I've seen are firefighters or UPS delivery.

phisherman
11-12-2004, 09:48 AM
man, i've got a great friend that's a firefighter and even he'll tell me that women didn't think 1% of them than what they did after 9/11. some guys in his firehouse have told me how easy it is to get laid.

so pardon me if i listen to stories about women loving firefighters and kind of laugh. I respect them just as much as any american does, but what i'm waiting for is when chicks love the dorky computer guy. Come on! It could happen! Ha!

bp

chiefs4me
11-12-2004, 09:49 AM
Well maybe in Mo...but the firemen up the street from me are hot,,,,,and my UPS guy is a babe.
Do you still hate me,,,,

Ghostof
11-12-2004, 09:50 AM
Maybe his hose was able to put out her fire.

phisherman
11-12-2004, 09:51 AM
it all comes back to the man in uniform...

but i gotta say, you don't have to be clairvoyant to see that civil servants (cops, firefighters) have gained a LOT in popularity since 9/11....

bp

chiefs4me
11-12-2004, 09:51 AM
man, i've got a great friend that's a firefighter and even he'll tell me that women didn't think 1% of them than what they did after 9/11. some guys in his firehouse have told me how easy it is to get laid.

so pardon me if i listen to stories about women loving firefighters and kind of laugh. I respect them just as much as any american does, but what i'm waiting for is when chicks love the dorky computer guy. Come on! It could happen! Ha!

bp


are you a dorky computer guy??

Phobia
11-12-2004, 09:52 AM
Well maybe in Mo...but the firemen up the street from me are hot,,,,,and my UPS guy is a babe.
Do you still hate me,,,,

No, in Texas, Iowa, NC, MA, CA, and VA, too. Apparently I've checked out firefighters in every state.

Do I hate you? I thought you didn't care.

chiefs4me
11-12-2004, 09:54 AM
No, in Texas, Iowa, NC, MA, CA, and VA, too. Apparently I've checked out firefighters in every state.

Do I hate you? I thought you didn't care.

I really don't,,,,but your not so bad after you get used to your wit,,,,I guess your growing on me.:rolleyes:

Phobia
11-12-2004, 09:57 AM
I guess your growing on me.:rolleyes:

Doubtful. Maybe it's just morning wood.

phisherman
11-12-2004, 10:00 AM
Actually, compared to the rest of the guys in my group, i'm not a dork at all. no offense against everquest players in general, but there are quite a few of those in my group and i just never understood how you could look at a monitor all day at work and then go home and play computer games until the wee hours of the morning. those guys are dorky computer guys.

I'll put it to you this way. A guy dressed in Polo Chinos, button up shirt tucked in, and a sprint ID standing next to a fireman is a dorky computer guy. this observation was courtesy of my fireman friend's wife. i guess my wife must like dorky computer guys.

bp

chiefs4me
11-12-2004, 10:01 AM
Doubtful. Maybe it's just morning wood.



Not at all I had my swim this am,,,and don't be jealous phobia I have seen your picture and your a babe also,,,:p

Iowanian
11-12-2004, 10:01 AM
You got off easy. You should send him a thank you note.

You should use Internet boyfriend Hunters for what they are................

Stop looking for a new wife...........forcing things with get you dogknotted with another impending divorce.

Ask yourself something.........Why would a beautiful, intelligent, humorous woman, that is such a great catch 1.be single 2. need the internet to get dates?


I'll leave you with this advice.
Stick and Move. Stick and Move

Nzoner
11-12-2004, 10:02 AM
Come on guys,,,have you ever seen an ugly fireman,,must be a rule you have to be hot,,,

Personally,I've never noticed.I've always been leary of a man who when not fighting fires can be found polishing a pole.

angel
11-12-2004, 10:29 AM
it all comes back to the man in uniform...

the uniform signifies that the man in the uniform has gone through some sort of training. Firefighters have to be strong and brave-- this is attractive. Men in uniform usually have a skill of some sort... good with their hands... etc.

Jenson17
11-12-2004, 10:30 AM
I love women. I like fire fighters.

Maybe I should marry a woman fire fighter.

Iowanian
11-12-2004, 11:00 AM
the uniform signifies that the man in the uniform has gone through some sort of training. Firefighters have to be strong and brave-- this is attractive. Men in uniform usually have a skill of some sort... good with their hands... etc.

Plumbers often wear a uniform, and often dig into Women's piping system too..............and the Guy that makes fries at every Fast Food Joint..........or Changes the Oil in your car..............or in cell block C.

Ari Chi3fs
11-12-2004, 11:08 AM
after 4 months of emails... she disses you hard... either you are an ugly fvck, or just a dude with bad luck.

either way though... you lose... sorry about it though...

I bet now, if your house catches on fire, you will even think twice about calling the fire dept.

Donger
11-12-2004, 11:12 AM
the uniform signifies that the man in the uniform has gone through some sort of training. Firefighters have to be strong and brave-- this is attractive. Men in uniform usually have a skill of some sort... good with their hands... etc.

What strange creatures you are.

Jenny Gump
11-12-2004, 11:44 AM
oh boy do I love firefighters!

Amen sistah.

PastorMikH
11-12-2004, 11:54 AM
I'm not so sure about this Fireman attraction thing. I was a Firefighter for 4 1/2 years and I can honestly say I did not notice any difference in the number of times I had to tell ladies that I was a happily married man and am not interested in them as a firefighter as opposed to when I was not one.

PastorMikH
11-12-2004, 11:55 AM
I love women. I like fire fighters.

Maybe I should marry a woman fire fighter.



Women Firefighters on TV and in the movies are usually a far contrast to what they look like in reality.

Iowanian
11-12-2004, 12:41 PM
Interestingly enough..........the UPS guy brought a package right before I left for lunch.

Brown Uniform and all...........He looked Like Rick Moranis.

Ghostof
11-12-2004, 12:44 PM
Interestingly enough..........the UPS guy brought a package right before I left for lunch.

Brown Uniform and all...........He looked Like Rick Moranis.



Funny topic, but whats ironic is ricks name and how it relates to this topic

Moranis = more anus

KCWolfman
11-12-2004, 12:58 PM
I'm not so sure about this Fireman attraction thing. I was a Firefighter for 4 1/2 years and I can honestly say I did not notice any difference in the number of times I had to tell ladies that I was a happily married man and am not interested in them as a firefighter as opposed to when I was not one.
Bathing could have been the issue.

Ebolapox
11-12-2004, 01:06 PM
are you a dorky computer guy??

are you retarded??

-EB-

Ebolapox
11-12-2004, 01:07 PM
Doubtful. Maybe it's just morning wood.

ROFL

that's repworthy

-EB-

Ebolapox
11-12-2004, 01:08 PM
Not at all I had my swim this am,,,and don't be jealous phobia I have seen your picture and your a babe also,,,:p

did sky change her username AGAIN?!?

damn, girl

-EB-

PastorMikH
11-12-2004, 01:43 PM
Bathing could have been the issue.



I guess I could try not taking baths then. Though I fear that then not even the Mrs would want to be around me. Thanks for the suggestion there Russ!

Lzen
11-12-2004, 02:08 PM
,,,I guess your growing on me.:rolleyes:

You know that you can get something at the pharmacy to cure that, don't you?

Lzen
11-12-2004, 02:10 PM
Yeah, I had a good one for 24 years but she sucked. hehe

The good ones swallow.




:shake: I'm bad, I know.

BIG_DADDY
11-12-2004, 02:14 PM
He is probably hosing her down right now.

Rain Man
11-12-2004, 02:18 PM
the uniform signifies that the man in the uniform has gone through some sort of training. Firefighters have to be strong and brave-- this is attractive. Men in uniform usually have a skill of some sort... good with their hands... etc.

All it means is that he wasn't bright enough to be a market researcher.

alanm
11-12-2004, 02:29 PM
Actually, compared to the rest of the guys in my group, i'm not a dork at all. no offense against everquest players in general, but there are quite a few of those in my group and i just never understood how you could look at a monitor all day at work and then go home and play computer games until the wee hours of the morning. those guys are dorky computer guys.

I'll put it to you this way. A guy dressed in Polo Chinos, button up shirt tucked in, and a sprint ID standing next to a fireman is a dorky computer guy. this observation was courtesy of my fireman friend's wife. i guess my wife must like dorky computer guys.

bpNot to mention the dorky computer guys make more $$$$.:thumb:

alanm
11-12-2004, 02:33 PM
Women Firefighters on TV and in the movies are usually a far contrast to what they look like in reality.It's been my experience that what few women firefighthers there are I've been around have the proverbial extra y chromosome and prefer the company of women. If you catch my drift. ROFL

chiefs4me
11-12-2004, 02:46 PM
are you retarded??

-EB-


Are You?

PastorMikH
11-12-2004, 04:32 PM
It's been my experience that what few women firefighthers there are I've been around have the proverbial extra y chromosome and prefer the company of women. If you catch my drift. ROFL



We had one on our Dept that was a FemiNazi. She was straight and married, but didn't like the thought of having to have the help of a guy. She actually tried to stick me with sexual harrasement one time when she was struggling to put some heavy stuff back on the truck and I said, "Why don't you move over and let a man do that."

ENDelt260
11-12-2004, 04:51 PM
Doesn't eHarmony charge some ridiculous rate to be a member?

chris
11-12-2004, 05:21 PM
Doesn't eHarmony charge some ridiculous rate to be a member?

$20/month.

$20 will buy a lot of beer.

philfree
11-12-2004, 06:25 PM
So you got a date of the net and then took her and her kid to meet a bunch of stud fire fighters? :hmmm: Not smart IMO. Think man!


PhilFree :arrow:

alanm
11-12-2004, 09:04 PM
So you got a date of the net and then took her and her kid to meet a bunch of stud fire fighters? :hmmm: Not smart IMO. Think man!


PhilFree :arrow:His date was a playah. He's better off.:thumb:

Skip Towne
11-12-2004, 09:27 PM
We had one on our Dept that was a FemiNazi. She was straight and married, but didn't like the thought of having to have the help of a guy. She actually tried to stick me with sexual harrasement one time when she was struggling to put some heavy stuff back on the truck and I said, "Why don't you move over and let a man do that."
Now that is rep for damned sure.

Skip Towne
11-12-2004, 09:33 PM
Next to cops, firemen are the laziest people on earth. They work 48 on and 24 off. When they are "on" they play cards all day. Until the captain tells them to wash the firetrucks for the fourth time in three days.

KCHawg
11-12-2004, 09:34 PM
Hey Angel! I have a uniform!

chiefs4me
11-12-2004, 09:34 PM
No fires in your town??

JimNasium
11-12-2004, 09:39 PM
All it means is that he wasn't bright enough to be a market researcher.
Or a public health professional. Hmmm, perhaps I am eligible for some type of uniform.... :hmmm:

http://profiles.nlm.nih.gov/NN/B/C/Z/X/_/nnbczx.jpg

Phobia
11-12-2004, 09:40 PM
No fires in your town??

There's a fire in my pants at the moment. Are you busy?

Phobia
11-12-2004, 09:41 PM
Or a public health professional. Hmmm, perhaps I am eligible for some type of uniform.... :hmmm:

http://profiles.nlm.nih.gov/NN/B/C/Z/X/_/nnbczx.jpg

Holy crap. When did the Amish begin wearing uniforms?

JimNasium
11-12-2004, 09:42 PM
Holy crap. When did the Amish begin wearing uniforms?
Quit making fun of Kevin's dad you meanie.

Skip Towne
11-12-2004, 09:52 PM
Or a public health professional. Hmmm, perhaps I am eligible for some type of uniform.... :hmmm:

http://profiles.nlm.nih.gov/NN/B/C/Z/X/_/nnbczx.jpg
Well, an orange jumpsuit would probably fit any of you gubment employees. You're all thieves.

chiefs4me
11-12-2004, 10:04 PM
There's a fire in my pants at the moment. Are you busy?


umh,,,,,,no

KcMizzou
11-12-2004, 10:40 PM
umh,,,,,,no Sweet. Nuthin' to it but to do it, Phob.

PastorMikH
11-12-2004, 10:48 PM
Now that is rep for sure.



Actually, me and her dad had been on the same bowling team for a year or better and I was actually just joking around with her. I pretty much left her alone after that and just sat back with the rest of the guys laughing at her when she'd struggle with something.

Skip Towne
11-12-2004, 11:00 PM
Actually, me and her dad had been on the same bowling team for a year or better and I was actually just joking around with her. I pretty much left her alone after that and just sat back with the rest of the guys laughing at her when she'd struggle with something.
OK, I enjoyed it a lot anyhow. Just stand the average woman up next to the average man and the difference is obvious. Those feminazis that want equality don't seem to notice the difference. I really enjoy what they have that we don't but they don't seem to return the favor.

KcMizzou
11-12-2004, 11:04 PM
Next to cops, firemen are the laziest people on earth. They work 48 on and 24 off. Wait... I work 36 hours a week... in 3 days time.
:hmmm:

PastorMikH
11-12-2004, 11:05 PM
OK, I enjoyed it a lot anyhow. Just stand the average woman up next to the average man and the difference is obvious. Those feminazis that want equality don't seem to notice the difference. I really enjoy what they have that we don't but they don't seem to return the favor.



They want equality until it's time to take the trash out.


You heard about Rush Limbaugh in an elevator and Hilary Clinton got on didn't you? She hit the stop button, turned to Rush, started taking her clothes off and told him she wanted him to make her a real woman. So, he takes off all his clothes, bends over, picks both his and her clothes up, hands them to her and says "Here, Fold These."

go bowe
11-12-2004, 11:09 PM
They want equality until it's time to take the trash out.


You heard about Rush Limbaugh in an elevator and Hilary Clinton got on didn't you? She hit the stop button, turned to Rush, started taking her clothes off and told him she wanted him to make her a real woman. So, he takes off all his clothes, bends over, picks both his and her clothes up, hands them to her and says "Here, Fold These."ROFL ROFL ROFL

i hadn't heard that, it's hilarious!! :clap: :clap: :clap:

KcMizzou
11-12-2004, 11:14 PM
They want equality until it's time to take the trash out.


You heard about Rush Limbaugh in an elevator and Hilary Clinton got on didn't you? She hit the stop button, turned to Rush, started taking her clothes off and told him she wanted him to make her a real woman. So, he takes off all his clothes, bends over, picks both his and her clothes up, hands them to her and says "Here, Fold These." ROFL That is pretty good.

alanm
11-13-2004, 12:07 AM
Next to cops, firemen are the laziest people on earth. They work 48 on and 24 off. When they are "on" they play cards all day. Until the captain tells them to wash the firetrucks for the fourth time in three days.Let's not forget Skip that when they actually have to respond to a call Firefighters entering to fight a burning building or to rescue someone inside a burning building jumps right to the top of the list as one of the most hazardous jobs to ones life there is. In fact they have a much higher casuality rate for injuries and death than Law enforcement personel. Can't speak for Cops since I wasn't one. But I was in Law enforcement on the federal level. I suppose if you consider riding around in a cruiser all day being lazy you could look at it from that angle. But when you approach a vehicle you stopped or respond to a call you best have your wits about you. Or it could cost you your life. So I'll cut these guys some slack.

KcMizzou
11-13-2004, 12:11 AM
I suppose if you consider riding around in a cruiser all day being lazy you could look at it from that angle. But when you approach a vehicle you stopped or respond to a call you best have your wits about you. Or it could cost you your life. I have a really close friend who's a cop. (weird, aint it?) He describes his career like this...

"It's generally 8 hours of boredom, but now and then you have a few minutes of sheer terror... and that's when you have to remember how to do your job.."

alanm
11-13-2004, 12:28 AM
I have a really close friend who's a cop. (weird, aint it?) He describes his career like this...

"It's generally 8 hours of boredom, but now and then you have a few minutes of sheer terror... and that's when you have to remember how to do your job.."The same job description goes for a grunt or jarhead in Iraq and Afganistan everyday. When their given the word to mount up and move out and then word comes down to lock and load the blood pressure and adrenaline skyrockets. And everyone of your 5 senses and 6 if your lucky are redlining.:eek:

PastorMikH
11-13-2004, 12:37 AM
I have a really close friend who's a cop. (weird, aint it?)



Nah, it ain't weird. We'd expect you to have a cop or two as friends for as much time as you have spent with them.:p

KcMizzou
11-13-2004, 12:40 AM
Nah, it ain't weird. We'd expect you to have a cop or two as friends for as much time as you have spent with them.:p Heh... I haven't spent near as much time around cops as you guys think. :harumph:

Actually, I have... but only because I've had cops in the family since I was a kid.

alanm
11-13-2004, 01:22 AM
Heh... I haven't spent near as much time around cops as you guys think. :harumph:

Actually, I have... but only because I've had cops in the family since I was a kid.Same here. One of my Uncles was a Homicide Det in Kansas City. He left the force a number of years back and went to work as a Insurance investigator. Better hrs. and a lot more $$$. He was instrumental in my interest in Law Enforcement. I applied for the *** about 3 years after I graduated college and spent time bumming around and not really knowing what I wanted to do with my degree in Business. Course I was sort of the hippy type and partied quite a bit. Drank a lot and did about every drug known to man and then some a time or two. And my best friend who was about to join the Air Force and still is in the Air Force but is due to retire soon got me to fill out a app for the *** at a job fair we went to. I was shocked that after a few months had gone by that I got a call to come in for a interview. Came in and had to fill out another application. When it came down to the question about whether or not I drank, used or had used drugs before I answered yes to all of the above. I knew they were going to find out anyway if they did a background check on me by talking to friends, neighbors, teachers, employers ect. So why lie about it. I was stunned and floored that after another couple of months went by that I was called in for another interview and then offered the job. Turns out admitting my drug use was a bonus for telling the truth. Go figure.:shrug: So here's a lesson for you boys and girls. Always tell the truth. ROFL

JimNasium
11-13-2004, 07:30 AM
Well, an orange jumpsuit would probably fit any of you gubment employees. You're all thieves.
If you like my uni you'd love my black helicopter.

Skip Towne
11-13-2004, 08:21 AM
Same here. One of my Uncles was a Homicide Det in Kansas City. He left the force a number of years back and went to work as a Insurance investigator. Better hrs. and a lot more $$$. He was instrumental in my interest in Law Enforcement. I applied for the *** about 3 years after I graduated college and spent time bumming around and not really knowing what I wanted to do with my degree in Business. Course I was sort of the hippy type and partied quite a bit. Drank a lot and did about every drug known to man and then some a time or two. And my best friend who was about to join the Air Force and still is in the Air Force but is due to retire soon got me to fill out a app for the *** at a job fair we went to. I was shocked that after a few months had gone by that I got a call to come in for a interview. Came in and had to fill out another application. When it came down to the question about whether or not I drank, used or had used drugs before I answered yes to all of the above. I knew they were going to find out anyway if they did a background check on me by talking to friends, neighbors, teachers, employers ect. So why lie about it. I was stunned and floored that after another couple of months went by that I was called in for another interview and then offered the job. Turns out admitting my drug use was a bonus for telling the truth. Go figure.:shrug: So here's a lesson for you boys and girls. Always tell the truth. ROFL
Well sure, the FDA considers drug use a plus.

Bearcat2005
11-13-2004, 11:32 AM
Being recently divorced after 13 years of marriage, I joined eHarmony.com and started emailng with numerous women.

One was pretty cool. After 4 months of emails, I decided to drive 3 hours to have lunch with her.

She was intelligent, witty, blond, and beautiful. WOW.

After lunch we walked around town talking; then passed a fire station. Her 3 yr son was with us and I got the BRIGHT idea to see if a Fire fighter would give us a tour.

This big burly guy said "sure" and proceeded to show us all the trucks and equipment. Fun for all was had.

Since the lunch, we sent emails back & forth planning my next trip for next week.

I'm thinking this is great! Someone like me who hasn't played the game for all these years has hit the jackpot with this wonderful woman.

THEN YESTERDAY, I get a email stating that she and the firefighter had "ran into" each other, and now they want a relationship with each other!! And the email ended with the dreaded words...."I hope we can still be friends".

Moral of the story: On a first date, don't go to a fire station.

ROFL

Thats sucks man, talk about bad luck.

angel
11-13-2004, 12:25 PM
Hey Angel! I have a uniform!
the uniform is only a small part of the fireman charm-- there is also the running into burning buildings to save cute puppies or babies, playing cards, having a dalmation, looking fabulous with no shirt on, being strong enough to carry me out of a burning building just in case I faint from smoke inhalation, and not looking like Jacquin Phoenix (he's not attractive).

In short, I'm not really a uniform gal- I'm more of the saving people and puppies from burning buildings lover.

Phobia
11-13-2004, 02:46 PM
the uniform is only a small part of the fireman charm-- there is also the running into burning buildings to save cute puppies or babies, playing cards, having a dalmation, looking fabulous with no shirt on, being strong enough to carry me out of a burning building just in case I faint from smoke inhalation, and not looking like Jacquin Phoenix (he's not attractive).

In short, I'm not really a uniform gal- I'm more of the saving people and puppies from burning buildings lover.

Play cards: check
Used to wear a uniform: check
Used to have a dalmation (dumbest dog ever): check
Used to look fabulous with no shirt on: check
being strong enough to carry you out of a building: check

How much ransom do you think your family could afford, angel?

angel
11-13-2004, 07:03 PM
Play cards: check
Used to wear a uniform: check
Used to have a dalmation (dumbest dog ever): check
Used to look fabulous with no shirt on: check
being strong enough to carry you out of a building: check

How much ransom do you think your family could afford, angel?
three out of the five you checked off are in the "used to" category... that just won't fly

ransom?

what does kidnapping have to do with anything?

PastorMikH
11-13-2004, 07:05 PM
Used to have a dalmation (dumbest dog ever): check




I have a cocker spaniel that I'd wager is dumber than your dalmation.

Skip Towne
11-13-2004, 07:11 PM
How do you measure dog dumbness? Does one of you have a dummeter?

Skip Towne
11-13-2004, 07:18 PM
I have a really close friend who's a cop. (weird, aint it?) He describes his career like this...

"It's generally 8 hours of boredom, but now and then you have a few minutes of sheer terror... and that's when you have to remember how to do your job.."
That's an old pilot's saying. Our pilots (USAF) used to say in the 60's " Flying is hours and hours of boredom punctuated by a few minutes of sheer terror". Cops spend hours and hours of boredom punctuated by a jelly doughnut.

Phobia
11-13-2004, 07:34 PM
three out of the five you checked off are in the "used to" category... that just won't fly

ransom?

what does kidnapping have to do with anything?

Strength to carry you out of a building was my tie-in. It's weak. Sorry you were subjected to it.

Phobia
11-13-2004, 07:35 PM
I have a cocker spaniel that I'd wager is dumber than your dalmation.

My bitch didn't know what to do with her puppies, so she ate them.

ENDelt260
11-13-2004, 07:36 PM
My bitch didn't know what to do with her puppies, so she ate them.
Maybe she was just afraid one would someday usurp her power.

Phobia
11-13-2004, 07:37 PM
Maybe she was just afraid one would someday usurp her power.

Okay - whatever the hell that means. ;)

Ari Chi3fs
01-13-2005, 01:53 AM
hall of fame material?