Please wait...
HomeForumPosts by valerie

Jump to
Members LoungeYour StatsSuccess StoriesPayment ProofsMember IntroductionGeneral TalkForo en EspañolCharla GeneralSoporte General y PagosInternationalPortugueseItalianFrenchGermanNederlandsGreekHindiUrduBengaliFilipinoIndonesianMalayArabicRomanianTurkishRussianBulgarianHungarianPolishEx-Yugoslavia
Posts by valerie

Old in any situation .... tasman1 » Post #11

Tue Jan 07, 2020 07:24 in General Talk

We all wish we knew then what we know now.

Can't go back. Life is one big learning experience.

Leap year babies have less birthdays............ » Post #27

Tue Jan 07, 2020 07:21 in General Talk

'Vengeance is mine' says you know Who.

I would tend to gather that God is of a male type since he is referred to as 'Father' by
His son. The Bible also tells up a little about the son.....hair like wool, was a carpenter.
I don't think they had female carpenters in that day. So God and Son is considered
male's. the Bible does tell us God created man in His image.

Eve, well, she was an after thought. :lol:

How Many Surveys Have You Completed Here? » Post #19

Tue Jan 07, 2020 06:59 in General Talk

Completed 2083 Earned $2,090.38

My average is approximately $1.00 per survey.

I Ate BlackEyed Peas New Years Day » Post #16

Tue Jan 07, 2020 06:54 in Success Stories

In regards to puns, I was referring to how the xxxx gets deep at the forums. :lol:

Actually, it is very good toilet paper. :oops:

I'm so eager to buy it once it hits the store shelves. :lol:

I suppose they sent an entire mega roll so I could test the size of the roll,
how well it rolls off the roll, and I doubt they had pre-packed squares. I
mean seriously 'Lets send her 3 squares'. :?

I don't think I get paid. It was a survey I completed here and I was paid
for the survey here. I suppose my bonus is the mega roll. Oh joy Oh joy!
They'll send an email for me to do the follow up survey but I doubt I will
get paid anything.

I Ate BlackEyed Peas New Years Day » Post #13

Mon Jan 06, 2020 21:02 in Success Stories

It's not thru GPT programs.

It's referred to it as 'sampling' or 'Reviewer'.

The roll of toilet tissue was in fact by way of a survey. :mrgreen:

How Many Surveys Have You Completed Here? » Post #10

Mon Jan 06, 2020 18:29 in General Talk

Oh for heaven sakes! Here is Here no matter what you wanna call it.

I Ate BlackEyed Peas New Years Day » Post #11

Mon Jan 06, 2020 18:27 in Success Stories

Believe it or not, I did get a bidet to test a few years back.

They probably sent me a giant roll since they know I moderate the forums
(you can fill that into your brain however you like).

How Many Surveys Have You Completed Here? » Post #8

Mon Jan 06, 2020 15:38 in General Talk

No, the number of surveys you have completed here....meaning
altogether. I have completed 2081 since ClixSense and ySense combined.

How Many Surveys Have You Completed Here? » Post #1

Mon Jan 06, 2020 13:48 in General Talk

I've

Completed 2081

Old in any situation .... tasman1 » Post #8

Mon Jan 06, 2020 13:42 in General Talk

I was sitting here trying to remember what I was doing when I was 36.

I need a brain pill.

No Joke , WW3 IN PREPARATION ...tasmaan1 » Post #15

Mon Jan 06, 2020 13:38 in General Talk

The Book of Revelations is the most difficult book in the Bible because it
uses allegorical details. Lots of symbolism and defining what the writing
means is very difficult. One does not know to take the writing for it's word
and try to figure out what it could mean.

One can read the book of Revelations at any time in history and be able
to relate it to their own time period. There's always been sin, wars, hate,
brother against brother (Cain and Abel) prostitutes, greed, hunger, leaders,
money, earthquakes, and so on.

So even tho we believe the time is near, so did others hundreds if not
thousands of years ago.

Leap year babies have less birthdays............ » Post #22

Mon Jan 06, 2020 10:40 in General Talk

This topic is so important and intelligent.

No Joke , WW3 IN PREPARATION ...tasmaan1 » Post #10

Sun Jan 05, 2020 12:00 in General Talk

You'll know when the end is near, everyone will be walking around with chips in their
heads and/or hand. Money will no longer be used. Credit cards will be a long since
thing of the past. Banks as we know it will dissolve. People will begin to disappear.
The world will be in havoc. A strong yet gentle seemingly kind and intelligent man
will come forth instigating peace for all, prosperity for all, and people will claim him
as the man to unite the world. One world order. It is after this stage people will
realize they have put a devil in sheep's clothing to rule the world. But it will be too
late. Your only option is to pray for a swift death or allow the mark of the beast
to consume your soul.

Something like that.

No Joke , WW3 IN PREPARATION ...tasmaan1 » Post #9

Sun Jan 05, 2020 11:50 in General Talk

Oh come on, I am a pentecostal preacher's daughter, don't ya know?

Leap year babies have less birthdays............ » Post #17

Sun Jan 05, 2020 11:49 in General Talk

I can't say I agree with that at all.

Nigeria = high rate of scams

India = high rate of rapes

Every where has it's faults, I suppose.

Old in any situation .... tasman1 » Post #4

Sun Jan 05, 2020 11:46 in General Talk

I'm 36. That was a pretty good age. :mrgreen:

-- » Post #2

Sun Jan 05, 2020 11:45 in Your Stats

Only English is allowed in non-international sub forums.

All caps is not allowed.

This is the Stats sub forum only.

Leap year babies have less birthdays............ » Post #12

Sun Jan 05, 2020 07:55 in General Talk

Idjosko wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote: It's simple, if you are born on a leap year, on February 29, then your next birthday would be March 1st. On leap years it would be February 29. Nobody has to wait 4 years and people age the same way.

In country where I born (former Yugoslavia) was different. My birthday is 28.2 , but I born 29.2 ;)

Yep, I don't know anyone in the USA that was born on Feb 29th that celebrates their birthday
as March 1st. They are February babies and everyone I know celebrates on Feb. 28th during
non-leap years.

Did anyone ever get an invitation? » Post #31

Sat Jan 04, 2020 21:19 in General Talk

I got a roll of toilet paper.

Leap year babies have less birthdays............ » Post #7

Sat Jan 04, 2020 21:15 in General Talk

You would need to tell them that.

I don't have the hour they were all born, but I suspect it wasn't 24 hours away from the 1st.
Might have been a few minutes before midnight.

Darkstar2, I think you are one of the most pessimistic people I have ever 'read' online. :lol:
Return to the forums index
All times displayed are EST - Server Time: Apr 10, 2020 11:38:56 EST