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    Posted: 17 Oct 2017 at 11:02pm
Well, I put Alfredo sauce on JUST CHICKEN WINGS(They were possibly slightly undercooked. The box said,"4-6 minutes, so I put it for 5. One wing was burned and the other wings were a LOTTLE undercooked. Like 89 percent cooked! I ended up in the bathroom at work going,"Urr," for roughly 30 minutes! Putting Alfredo sauce on just 89 percent cooked chicken=light hearted mistake. :) What light hearted mistakes have you recently made? :)
My name is Donathan, pronounced the same way you pronounce Jonathan, except with a D. :D $608 for her brother's scooter. Fair is fair my ass. Being tough on Public Access TV is priceless.





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I recently clicked on a thread started by Donathan.  Ouch
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Accidentally embezzled a few million from the company I work at.  What a silly goose!
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Accidentally chewed out a kid working a cash register a new asshole after watching him make a few elderly people on canes walk around walk to him from the far end of a  table because he didn't wish to walk to them - he even got snippy. When I was through, I realized I accidentally made him cry and he accidentally closed the register and quit his job on the spot.  
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Originally posted by DarkRealmStar DarkRealmStar wrote:

I recently clicked on a thread started by Donathan.  Ouch


This thread actually had a purpose. Just to post silly recent mistakes you made!
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I accidentally impregnated a sheep, not realizing that Naturalamb condoms don't work on them.
 
Silly me!  Embarrassed
 
 
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Originally posted by NiteRaidah NiteRaidah wrote:

Accidentally embezzled a few million from the company I work at.  What a silly goose!


LOL. "accidentally" stole a few million dollars by mistake! You crack me up, Nite Raidah! But in all seriousness, a boss did seriously say that one of her employees made a MILLION dollar accounting mistake but since the employee came up to her own her own and admitted the huge accounting mistake she made, she didn't fire her.

Contrast this to another employee who said to her,"You're late with my evaluation and I need my raise NOW!" She said,"I didn't like her aggressive pushing and I fired her on the spot." Interesting how a million dollar mistake is FORGIVEN but demanding your raise is NOT.
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Originally posted by DarkRealmStar DarkRealmStar wrote:

I recently clicked on a thread started by Donathan.  Ouch
Also the first thing I thought of.LOL
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Light headed recent mistakes you made?



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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Light headed recent mistakes you made?



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I ate too much spicy jambalaya last night and accidentally ended up with a very bad case of jambalayarrhea. 
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I ate a whole can of Bush's Maple Baked Beans and accidentally turned my existing digestive challenge into maply rice & bean with spicy turkey sausage jambalayarrhea.
I feel like a Candian man from New Orleans with a severe case of IBS.
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One good thing about TV-you could always turn it off
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I bet PaW doesn't think it's so funny. Wink
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I just mixed in a Pepsi and a creamy steak & jalapeno burrito...which is making me accidentally sound like one of those kiddie go-carts with a Briggs & Stratton engine
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I bumped into one of my cats,twice! @#$&!
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UnhappyEmbarrassedTonight I REALLY blew it.
 
Took the elders out to 'Captain D's' - one of their favorite places - but *I* decided they needed a change and I took them to one in a slight distance away in a nice area.
After ordering and hamming it up for the locals (I was in a good mood), a strikingly beautiful tall, thin, and dark lassie came up and told me "YOU'RE good!". I...I...I don't stutter and was going to get a phone number when she smiled and walked back into the kitchen, right as a yet another strikingly beautiful, shorter dark mama (with 2 brats in tow) walked past me in tight exercise pants & bra. Had to grab the counter, this time, but then all hell broke loose when this last beauty walked in alone - well-dressed, tight blue jeans, very nice top, very conservative, apparently wealthy woman walked - nobody in tow, no rings, very quiet...I melted and ACCIDENTALLY knocked over one of those huge metal ice tea dispensers and immediately forgot how to speak English.
I THINK she might have been from the Middle-East, but I'd been more than happy to make her from the back seat of the PawRacer...this was almost 2 1/2 hours ago and I'm still short of breath and feeling my heart...
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

...but I'd been more than happy to make her from the back seat of the PawRacer...
 
It's never about what you would do.  It's always about what she would let you do.  Unless, of course, you're Harvey Weinstein.
 
 
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Treated my car to a car wash yesterday.  They nearly forgot about my wheels and tires.  I had to remind them.  It's all part of the $20 price tag.  So they wiped down the wheels real quick, and slopped some tire shine on the wheels (using some long-handled paintbrush).  When I got home, I noticed the tires were half-done and the chrome 12-spoke wheels were dull with tire shine splatter.  I spent an hour redoing the wheels and tires.
 
I won't go back there again.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

...but I'd been more than happy to make her from the back seat of the PawRacer...
 
It's never about what you would do.  It's always about what she would let you do.  Unless, of course, you're Harvey Weinstein.
 
 
I thought if 'NO' means 'YES' ~and~ one has a baseball bat, then everything was set....
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Also, as I learned way back when, it helps when they wear platform shoes.  It's hard for them to escape wearing those.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Also, as I learned way back when, it helps when they wear platform shoes.  It's hard for them to escape wearing those.
 
 
It's even better when they are raised within boundaries and with morals, scruples, and values.
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


Treated my car to a car wash yesterday.  They nearly forgot about my wheels and tires.  I had to remind them.  It's all part of the $20 price tag.  So they wiped down the wheels real quick, and slopped some tire shine on the wheels (using some long-handled paintbrush).  When I got home, I noticed the tires were half-done and the chrome 12-spoke wheels were dull with tire shine splatter.  I spent an hour redoing the wheels and tires.
 
I won't go back there again.
 
 


I am SO sorry Thor, I am the owner of the carwash you got HORRIBLE service from. The carwash employees that gave you subpar, downright horrible service were TRAINEES and you unfortunately were their FIRST training. I whole heartedly apologize for their Rookie mistakes I will be refunding you the money back and giving you a FREE service with our most experienced car wash employee on your next trip back to us!

Disclaimer. I am not REALLY the car wash owner, just being tongue in cheek and trying to bring a smile to Thor's face.
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