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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Burns » 3rd March, 2013, 2:56 pm

Soulless wrote:
aerodromia wrote:if you try something new, always give it a second chance :)

Except excessive masturbation.

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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby ad-hominem » 3rd March, 2013, 3:29 pm

Always have some aloe vera in your house or with you. ESPECIALLY during summer
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby G-syrups » 3rd March, 2013, 6:04 pm

Viewing a "friend's" account on facebook, clicking the 'friends' button and unchecking "'show in news feed' can remove highly annoying or spammy posts, while leaving the door open for stalking and eradicating the chance of an awkward re-add.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby FirePhantom » 3rd March, 2013, 7:45 pm

About 50~100 ml (3~6 heaping tablespoons) of baking soda (aka sodium bicarbonate or bicarbonate of soda) mixed in with laundry detergent powder makes fabrics come out much softer than any fabric conditioner alone can make them. If you have a top-loading washing machine without a dispenser trey, you can throw the baking soda into the wash-cycle water. The baking soda also deodorises.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Souza » 5th March, 2013, 1:38 pm

Eat.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Grass hopper » 5th March, 2013, 6:58 pm

A glass of wine after a full day really winds you down. It's a good way to turn a stressful day around.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Mawd » 5th March, 2013, 11:50 pm

Burns wrote:
Soulless wrote:
aerodromia wrote:if you try something new, always give it a second chance :)

Except excessive masturbation.

:lol:

beer before liquor never been sicker, liquor before beer you're in the clear


"Beer then grass and you're on your arse. Weed then beer you're in the clear."

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Failure is good treat life as an experiment -except your finals.

If you're stuck in a loop sometimes you have to choose the option that makes you uncomfortable since the easier option might keep you stuck.

Don't be afraid to talk about yourself or your problems since it's rare that anyone else will do it for you.

The reddit sub EveryManShouldKnow has a bunch of interesting potentially useful info.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Phil » 6th March, 2013, 12:14 am

Souza wrote:Eat.
If this is a Cassie quote/ reference then I love you.

Mr.Monkey wrote:"Red Sky at night, shepherds delight. Red sky in the morning, shepherds warning."
I always thought it was "sailors warning" because of adverse effects a storm could have on ships/ navigation.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Mawd » 6th March, 2013, 12:23 am

kissingfire wrote:
Mr.Monkey wrote:"Red Sky at night, shepherds delight. Red sky in the morning, shepherds warning."
I always thought it was "sailors warning" because of adverse effects a storm could have on ships/ navigation.

The idiom varies depending on where you are.
A storm can easily spoil navigation or a harvest.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby St.Leo » 6th March, 2013, 12:25 am

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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Grass hopper » 6th March, 2013, 12:38 pm

Mr.Monkey wrote:
kissingfire wrote:
Mr.Monkey wrote:"Red Sky at night, shepherds delight. Red sky in the morning, shepherds warning."
I always thought it was "sailors warning" because of adverse effects a storm could have on ships/ navigation.

The idiom varies depending on where you are.
A storm can easily spoil navigation or a harvest.

Shepherds don't harvest, they herd sheep about.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby xyz72 » 6th March, 2013, 12:55 pm

Definitely true for me:
Don't bother studying more than 12 hours before an exam. The necessary stress isn't there and you will end up either forgetting everything before you need it or losing motivation and procrastinating.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Gator » 6th March, 2013, 7:20 pm

Mr.Monkey wrote:The idiom varies depending on where you are.
A storm can easily spoil navigation or a harvest.


Yeah, both are legitimate versions. People used to say the sailors one was a version used by those who lived on the coast or were out at sea a lot (bit of a derp) but I dunno how true that is.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Mawd » 6th March, 2013, 11:16 pm

Grass hopper wrote:
Mr.Monkey wrote:
kissingfire wrote:
Mr.Monkey wrote:"Red Sky at night, shepherds delight. Red sky in the morning, shepherds warning."
I always thought it was "sailors warning" because of adverse effects a storm could have on ships/ navigation.

The idiom varies depending on where you are.
A storm can easily spoil navigation or a harvest.

Shepherds don't harvest, they herd sheep about.

Yeah you're right. Farmers have harvests. Farmers can also be substituted into the idiom.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Iago » 8th March, 2013, 6:47 am

If it rains for Saint Paterne
Summer will dry your cistern.

If it rains on the day of the Ascension
All of your work will go to perdition.

If it rains in June
Chew your fist soon.

If it doesn't rain for Saint Anne
Have hope only for Saint Jeanne.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby ditp » 8th March, 2013, 7:45 am

Don't get drunk and talk to your ex boyfriend's straight twin brother about gay sex. :(
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Gator » 8th March, 2013, 8:24 am

ditp wrote:Don't get drunk and talk to your ex boyfriend's straight twin brother about gay sex. :(


LOL
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Naterion » 12th March, 2013, 11:48 pm

Consume more saffron.
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Phil » 12th March, 2013, 11:56 pm

ditp wrote:Don't get drunk and talk to your ex boyfriend's straight twin brother about gay sex. :(

:rofl2: Wait, why not? this sounds like a great idea, especially considering that a guy with a gay twin brother is statistically more likely to be gay himself. :english:
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Re: Post your pro tips!

Unread postby Oznoz » 13th March, 2013, 1:25 am

If you have nosy/overbearing parents, always use private browsing windows unless you're just checking Facebook or something. You might think you'll clear your history before they decide to check, but you can never know when it'll happen. My parents have only asked to see my browsing history once, and this saved me a hell of a lot of trouble/explaining.

If you're at a friend's house to console them on the death of a parent, avoid playing Words With Friends, or at least avoid laughing hysterically when the person you're playing against plays "die".

If you're in a room full of guys and you're trying to figure out if one of them is gay, watch his eyes as the others walk by.
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Don't smell the flowers, they're an evil drug to make you lose your mind
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