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Posts by Sarge25


Sun Feb 14, 2016 16:19 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: Yes, I do really.

Valentine's day is not about a couple celebrating their love. It's really a warning to the rest of us. It's like the modern version of keeping a head on a pike.

Hmm, me personally... I don't think we need valentine's day to show that you're better off alone, sometimes past experience can be enough or seeing the instability of other peoples relationships makes you appreciate being single.

I'm the kind of person who believes we all have someone out there we were meant to be with and as much as I appreciate being single most of the time because I just simply like my own space, it's also pretty lonely at times too. I know blah blah cliche cliche.


Sun Feb 14, 2016 15:49 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: Some of us need valentines day though. I've been single for a very long time, and have no real intention of changing that. It's the one day a year that I get to see couples paying ridiculous sums of money for crap neither of them want to remind me why I'm better off out of it.

Do you though, really? Just think about the thousands of people getting married each year and how much is paid out for one day and for the groom it's usually crap he doesn't really care for. :lol:

Human will lose their jobs due by robot? » Post #33

Sun Feb 14, 2016 14:23 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: They definitely didn't miss it on the bug tracker. That was a tad more colourful, and a tad less PG-13.

:o :shock: I can just imagine!


Sun Feb 14, 2016 14:07 in General Talk

A pointless day really, you have 365 days in a year minus the leap to show the person you love just how much they mean to you. :silent:

Human will lose their jobs due by robot? » Post #31

Sun Feb 14, 2016 13:51 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: I've spent most of today looking for a bug that after about eight hours work, turned out to be a dickhead lying.

I do not believe robots will replace us until we get people who can at least be honest in their bug reports.

I have spoken.

I think someone missed your little bit of vulgarity. :lol:

Human will lose their jobs due by robot? » Post #4

Sat Feb 13, 2016 19:53 in General Talk

Here we go again. :roll:

Michael Williamson... » Post #72

Tue Feb 09, 2016 19:07 in General Talk

freelizard wrote: I believe ya , but I've already done about 6 small surveys today which puts me ahead of my average daily earnings on here

eyes are a tad :? wonmbly feelin just now

time to get up and move around

Well done free. :D :clap:

Same here, except my eyes are tired eyes so I'm going to call it a night. :)

Michael Williamson... » Post #70

Tue Feb 09, 2016 18:50 in General Talk

freelizard wrote: thanks Bould .. I screened out of 5 inna row , gave up oh well .. I knew it was a rabbit hole yet I jumped in anyway :lol:

With GTM, sometimes you get to do 2 a day possibly more and other days you get screened out of everything. It's still one of my favourite survey providers though. :)

Michael Williamson... » Post #68

Tue Feb 09, 2016 18:31 in General Talk

freelizard wrote: well , I'll give em both a try but to be honest Sarge's way looks a lot lot easier :lol:

what's GTM ? I don't see it as an offer wall ... looking elsewhere

or are you just trying to toss me down an empty portal ? maybe that's really what happened to Michael , just before the wet bottom incident :o :shock:


My way is the lazy way, basically. ;)

I probably shouldn't have called it a portal, I meant the Global Test Market tab in your survey portal. That wasn't intentional, honest. :lol:

Michael Williamson... » Post #65

Tue Feb 09, 2016 18:11 in General Talk

I usually just stick the URL in the box under the 'Image' tab. :)

Har har freelizard. :mrgreen: Actually today has been a good day for me, I've completed 13 offers with about 5 being surveys and one just now took 3 mins for $1.25 through GTM. (Check the GTM portal, you could have it too, maybe?)

Nfl Super Bowl 50 » Post #52

Tue Feb 09, 2016 17:57 in General Talk

charez wrote: Resume of the thread is Davidbugs try WWE moves at home

What's wrong with that? If you don't like it, stop looking through the window. :P

Michael Williamson... » Post #62

Tue Feb 09, 2016 16:17 in General Talk

I was going to post a high five gif here, but I'm too tired tonight to find a decent one. :lol:

Nfl Super Bowl 50 » Post #49

Tue Feb 09, 2016 16:04 in General Talk


You can really feel the testosterone in here.

Michael Williamson... » Post #60

Mon Feb 08, 2016 18:49 in General Talk

freelizard wrote: I can understand how that could be a concern ,always wise to deduce the drippings :lol:

you both crack me up , and I try to respond in kind .. way more enjoyable that way :)

It is, indeed. :lol:

Aww, yes it is. Very true. :D

Nfl Super Bowl 50 » Post #37

Mon Feb 08, 2016 18:17 in General Talk

freelizard wrote: umm this may explain it a little better , last year :

with the ultimate payout going to the Super Bowl winner. This year, every player on the 53-man roster of the team that hoists the Lombardi Trophy will receive a cool $97,000. The loser gets a pretty good deal, too, walking away with a guaranteed check of $49,000 for simply being there.

not bad for a few hours work ;)

and this year it's

In Super Bowl 50, every player on the winning team will walk away with a check for $102,000. Players on the losing team will take home $51,000.

:shock: ;)

WOW! :shock:

Is there a women's team available? KA-CHING! Well, then again I'm not from the US. :thumbdown:

Michael Williamson... » Post #58

Mon Feb 08, 2016 18:10 in General Talk

Quote:He looks like a man who has made the mistake of sitting on the back seat of the bus, discovered it's wet, but can't move because the bus is full, and if he does, someone else will sit there and think he did it.

:lol: BouldRake cracks me up. Though, isn't it the front seats 'cause I usually avoid those for such a reason.

Quote:personally I've never had the joy of a wet seat bottom :o :shock: :?

I've been unfortunate to be sitting by the window in the middle of a cramped bus trapped by the passenger beside me while rain water drips down on my head. I was just happy to find out that rain was the reason for the slightly wet seat. :lol:

Nfl Super Bowl 50 » Post #33

Mon Feb 08, 2016 17:55 in General Talk

mbschmez wrote: Denver won

I just watched a little bit on the site, some seriously disappointed faces on the opposing team, pretty tearful too. Is it really that important? :?

Nfl Super Bowl 50 » Post #32

Mon Feb 08, 2016 17:52 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: Well, unless you managed to enter a UK team in the Tupperware game, I think it probably covers both.

:lol: :lol:

Is that the prize? Plastic tubs in their chosen colour for the winning team.

Nfl Super Bowl 50 » Post #29

Mon Feb 08, 2016 17:22 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: Nobody. Whoever wins, we lose.

You were referring to politics there, right? Because if not, I'm not sure what I just laughed at. :?

Nfl Super Bowl 50 » Post #27

Mon Feb 08, 2016 16:47 in General Talk

We've done a full 180 from Super Bowl 50 to politics. :lol:

Who won?
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