Should I book a day off work so I can stay up late watching the Netrunner world championships?
Should I quit trying to make music?
I haven’t been able to get a single blog or website review my album
I did briefly think about hosting a viewing party for it, but then I realised that would mean there were other people in my house and I changed my mind.
The GF is away all next week, should I take a day’s holiday to just sit around the house on my own all day?
You’ll just spend most of the morning in bed, then be annoyed at yourself for doing that, then get bored, then end up drunk and alone with youporn.
I mean they’re both excellent options.
@sean owes you a jag by now at least.
I mean if you’re doing it for that then I suppose? But otherwise definitely not.
For dinner tonight I’ve got some new potatoes and broccoli: what should have with them?
should I do an ‘Irish exit’ at my current job? (given them 3 months notice, but truly cant be fucked). could change my flight to next week and catch the end of summer in Spain.
Don’t do it, be professional and stick to your word
Might want to wait til the Berocca has worked its way through his system though
hehe, drownedinsound talking about a book that I’m currently working on digitizing further down the page.
What the hell is an ‘Irish exit’ and is it honestly a good phrase to be using?
Hmm, I mean I’ll be honest that I don’t really think this is a term that should be used in the year 2017
More specifically, the irish exit refers to the departure from any event without telling any friends, associates or acquaintances that one is leaving. It is almost always the result of being very inebriated/intoxicated.
But in any case the answer to
@profk’s question is “No, be true to your word” etc.
I’m confused as to why it shouldn’t be used specifically in 2017. did people just stop leaving things unexpectedly?
What colour scheme should we go with in the bedroom?
(picture of said room:)
grey and red
grey and yellow
Eh? because it seems to be based at least partly on assumptions about Irish people being drunk or general cultural things that are a bit off. Just like Chinese Whispers is a bit, I don’t know, weird to say, or indeed the slang term for the hole on the end of your penis?
Hey ho, I’m not having a go at you, just seems like one of those phrases that sounds bit weird in the cold light of the 21st Century to me.