I ain't just talkin' the talk people! I'm walkin' the walk also..... Believe me!

@James72 (26829)
Australia
January 2, 2009 2:59am CST
I am happy to say that after only the second day of the New Year, I have already had a physical panda spanking moment and done something stupid! Yep. I woke up this morning, got dressed and headed to the office. I walk into the office and get ready to start doing my thing and when I look down, I see that I am still wearing my slippers! Hey, I got the rest of the outfit right! lol. Have you managed to do something stupid yourself in 2009 yet or are the stupid action genes still building up in preparation? You can even share a late 2008 stupid action on your part if you are yet to panda spank in practice this year! (Slippers are comfy by the way!)
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@mimpi1911 (25475)
• India
2 Jan 09
How about wearing the glasses and still looking for it like nuts!! I just did that yesterday night, that 1jan 2009! What a great way to keep up with the legacy of stupidity!!
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
Hahahaha. It is very funny that you mention a glasses example mimpi because just last night I was looking for my glasses and they were on top of my head! I realized this in a matter of ten seconds or so, but still! lol. Stuoid is as stupid does right? Maybe Forrest Gump was onta somethin'! Thamks for the comments and keep the stupidity flow coming mimpi! We owe it to ourselves and to up and coming panda spankers to always practice what we preach!
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@mimpi1911 (25475)
• India
2 Jan 09
I am the proud member of stupidity club and I never run out of doings that make me feel or look stupid. so, that's not at all a challenge for me...
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
That's great mimpi! Just make sure the club has a damn good and trustworthy Treasurer. The last thing we need is panda spanking expansion money disappearing without trace!
• Australia
2 Jan 09
Well, James, I think I can offer a competitive idiocy. Today, instead of handing her the car keys and waving as she drove off, I went clothes shopping with my other half. Yes. I truly did. Really. When I got home I had to spend some time spanking the panda to regain my sense of equilibrium. She didn't buy anything. Lash
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
You may have just set back masculinity 100 years Lash! Good God man, we may ALL be expected to go clothes shopping now because of this! Spank away and spank hard Lash, panda spanking men throughout the world need you back on the right side. Try to stay away from the dark side in future..... (And of course she didn't BUY anything, they never DO when we tag along! lol)
@sharra1 (6341)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
Oh dear. Well it would be no good giving me the car keys as I cannot drive with my back in so much pain. I can barely walk. I concede that it was not a good idea having the two of us shopping for me. Oh well the first shop we both went shopping for ourselves and I was the only one who could not find anything to buy. Nothing I wanted in my size all of it was for skinny little size 8's and 10's. The mistake was trudging around the other shops looking for a skirt that was not expensive but simple and cool for around the house and garden. That was a joke. It was all fashion stuff not at all what I was looking for. Not to mention a very tired but patient man hanging around at the front of the shop waiting for me as I ruled out the stuff that was there. Not only did we not buy anything but it made my back pain worse and he got grumpy because I couldn't find anything.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
OH! No tears sharra..... No tears! Sorry to hear about your back. I spent 8 months in rehabilitation many years ago when I injured my back so I am no stranger to back pain. What I suggest also is that next time you go shopping and size 8 - 10 seems to be the only ones available, buy two size 6 - 8's and cut 'em then join 'em to make a new 12 - 16! If you need any more excellent clothing advice then you know where to find me.
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@riyasam (16571)
• India
4 Jan 09
it did happen to me on 31st..we had a get-together in the evening and i was getting ready for it.i hurriedly had a french bath and i did put on my shower cap.after that,i went about readying my kids,i completely forgot about my hair and shower cap and nobody commented,especially my in-laws.my hubby was busy with some other guests.it was only at midnight(12.15am),he asked me whether i was going to take bath.i answered back with wtf(i was so tired,he was the only person,i could take it out on).it was only when my kids asked what was it i had put on my hair,did i look myself in the mirror,i totally freaked out
@James72 (26829)
• Australia
4 Jan 09
French bath? Are they anything like those Norwegian showers? At least you managed to stay inside the whole time and not go out with your shower cap on! lol. But to go the entire evening without even your guests saying anything is pretty funny. I am trying to imagine how you could go a whole evening and NOT realize you had a cap on and I just can't work out how you managed this. But then again, I never realized I still had slippers on either, so when we are tired, I guess anything can happen! You are lucky no-one took a photo!
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@riyasam (16571)
• India
5 Jan 09
norwegian showers???i was just trying to show off my english and you catch me there too.spoilsport!!i was trying to impress someone(we have a get-together only once a year and people from all places like dargeeling,nepal,kerala attend)i like some people a wee bit more and i wanted to smack my hubby for howling with laughter,pity we were in our in-laws place......
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
5 Jan 09
You get together once a year to MEET or to have a French bath riya? I didn't realize this was at the in-laws house and thought it was at your own! Hahahaha. Embarassing yes, but oh so very funny as well! Still a shame there are no photo's as you could have used this one for your avatar!
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• United States
2 Jan 09
I spent 2 hours taking down and putting away Christmas stuff yesterday. The living room is all nice and clean, the desk top and the fire place are back to their normal state, all the glitter and a couple of broken ornaments vacuumed up. I even cleaned out and rearranged the storage closet so that my Christmas stuff and beading supplies can co-exist in this one little space. Yep, I am a happy girl. I have not left the task of clearing away Christmas until February, this year. As I sat having a conversation with Hubby this morning, I looked up and realized that I had not taken the stuff from around the living room window down! Now I have to go find the box that the stuff goes in, probably pull out 5 boxes to get to the right one, put the stuff in the box, put the box back on the shelf and put all the other stuff back on top of that! The tree was sitting right in front of the window! How the heck did I miss that!?
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• United States
2 Jan 09
Oh, I was going to ask you, How do those fuzzy panda slippers look with your work attire?
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
I am sorry to say that these were my standard brown slippers Bo. The fuzzy panda slippers are on hiatus at the moment to get some R & R. You see, I wore the panda slippers while trying to catch friggin' Santa! That failed, so they need a rest. Now this window you mention, this is the one that your Mom was getting frustrated with you about because you're a damn perfectionist right? lol. Let it all GO now will ya. I realize it took you time but you can always put it back up better than ever before during next Christmas. Breathe Diddly..... BREATHE! The box is in the cupboard near the garage by the way.
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• United States
2 Jan 09
Yes, it is the same window, as a matter of fact. But, she wasn't here this year, so I took even longer to get it just right, this time.*LOL* I did let it go. I put on some Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and have been chillin for about an hour now.
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@alokn99 (5717)
• India
2 Jan 09
Welcome 2009 . The year of the Panda. Sure you were not wearing your pyjamas as well James ? I'm yet to get into panda spanking gear as yet , but do remember a time when i wore a different set of socks and it was noticed by one of my colleagues who had a good laugh. Then there was time at a party when the soles of one of my shoes fell off. Did not shave the mustasche growth once and realised it in the office.
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@mimpi1911 (25475)
• India
2 Jan 09
all could be your style statement Alok!
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@alokn99 (5717)
• India
2 Jan 09
My style statment. With the panda style haircut
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@mimpi1911 (25475)
• India
2 Jan 09
you call that panda style!!?? Ok if that makes you happy..
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@Theresaaiza (10540)
• Australia
14 Feb 09
Slippers are comfy but they never go well with a suit. :-D Hmmm...stupid? I could count the non-stupid days better. There was this one time I went to the nearest grocery to buy chips, and I paid the cashier my grocery list. I walked out of the grocery as if nothing happened. I wondered why they didn't stop me. I realized later when I got home that I still had my money and the grocery list was gone.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
14 Feb 09
lol. No argument there Theresa! Maybe if I were to come up with a style of slippers that DID go with a suit, I could make a small fortune! Thankfully this was not a workday where all other staff were in the office, so I didn't have my suit on. It would have been even funnier if I did though! So youcreated a whole new form of currency then?? Hahahahaha. I'm amazed that the cashier said nothing too?? I would never have to worry about doing the same thing you did because 9 times out of ten, when I go shopping and have a list, I forget the damn list! lol. Thanks for sharing this story.
@Theresaaiza (10540)
• Australia
17 Feb 09
I have a gut feeling that the cashier's gonna join mylot and post her own response. Her story's gonna go like this: A customer came in to buy a bag of chips. She paid me her grocery list. I accepted it wholeheartedly!
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
17 Feb 09
Hahahahaha. Now wouldn't THAT be a funny thing if it did happen! You are probably right in the sense that this cashier has their very own story in regards to this event. You are infamous in their circle of friends for sure! "The Anonymous paid with a grocery list lady!"
@diansinta (7550)
• Indonesia
2 Jan 09
Hi James72, HAhahaha!! slippers at work! are you going to sleep late last night? well, this is how i envy you. i always wanna use slippers at office. Must be nice right? Happy posting always !! oxox'dian from bali island.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
Heya diansinta. I go to slepp late EVERY night unfortunately as I am not a very good sleeper. It was about 3 AM that I finally dropped off last night. It was more of a case of me being all snug and warm this morning when I was about to leave and the last thing I thought about was changing shoes! I did have my socks on too after all! lol. Happy posting to you as well and Happy Year of the Panda!
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• United States
2 Jan 09
*LMAO* socks with your slippers makes it even funnier!
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
It's COLD Bo! Extra warm feets are important in winter ya know! lol.
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• Canada
2 Jan 09
LOL too funny. I have done something similar in the past. I ALWAYS wear my crocks ok and they are basically my slippers so before I leave the house i have to watch that I have taken them off. I used to work the front desk of a hotel and so I was all decked out and when I got to work I realized I had my crocks on LOL. I did it at a past job where you had to have sneakers on LOL I felt like a total dork. Don't worry it will probably happen again at some point in your life LOL in a few years you will look back and laugh at yourself hysterically LOL
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
Sounds like I gotta get me some crocks then StrawberryKisses! At least at a front desk you can hide your feet behind it yes? I would be crocking away to my hearts content if this were the case! By the way, I don't need to wait a few years to look back at myself and laugh hysterically as I laugh maniacally at myself daily already! Happy Year of the Panda and crock on!
• Canada
3 Jan 09
LMFAO you are too funny. Yes crocks are the best I wear them all winter long and am thinkin about getting the new crock winter boots LOL crocks dont slip half as much as other shoes LOL Yes I could hide my feet but only til I needed a drink LOL
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
3 Jan 09
Need a drink? Think outside the box StrawberryKisses! Long hidden hose, mini fridge under the counter..... There are many ways you can keep those crocks on and never have to get up! I had enever even heard of crocks until your post by the way. In my country "crocs" are something that will kill ya!
@sharra1 (6341)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
Well I feel like I am the panda being spanked at the moment. I have been crippled with back pain since Christmas day. It is not fun and I can barely walk let alone spank any pandas. I am not sure when I will be able to spank my pandas at all so I am handing my pandas over to grandpa_lash until I am recovered. Hmm still had your slippers on. Slippers are very comfy. I love my slippers. Well as for the silly thing I did I reinjured my back when it was just starting to get better. I was just bending slightly to put something in a draw and I felt the muscle hurt again. Since then I have been hobbling. Oh dear.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
This doesn't sound very nice at all sharra. I assure you that multiple pandas will be kept primed and ready so the minute you are up to it, there will be plenty of spankees available for ya. They are in good hands with Lash (That's whatt I believe and I'm gonna stick to it!) so hang tough and hopefully all will be bearable again soon. (Pardon the pun!) Take solace in your lovely slippers for now sharra.
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@Rosekitty (19398)
• San Marcos, Texas
2 Jan 09
Poor Sharra..Back pains aren't fun at all..sometimes i get them bad too..i wish i was closer to massage it for you to relax the muscles so you and Grandpa Lash could go proper shopping..but you have to buy me a present..lol..
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@sharra1 (6341)
• Australia
3 Jan 09
Thank you for the sympathy. I am feeling a bit better today as I have had a hot lavender bag on my back for 5 hours now. I woke up in the worst pain I have ever felt, must have not stiff over night, then I remember the bag and it is working so the pain has eased some what. I may have to go to the doctor on next week just to see if there is anything he can do. If the problem is what I think it is then the only cure is rest. I cannot take NSAID's as they make me sick. The hot bag seems to work as well as the NSAID's anyway but it is so hot here in summer that it is hard to use. Still today is a bit cooler so I will use it all day and hope it gives me enough relief to function again.
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@SViswan (12071)
• India
4 Jan 09
lol..that was funny....and reminds me of the time when my mom got dressed up for a wedding and forget the sandals....she was still in her slippers and we had to stop enroute to the wedding to get her new sandals! hmmm....on December 30th, I went to the ATM to withdraw some cash (which I've done umpteen number of times before) and just couldn't figure out what was going wrong. Some guys were peeping through the window (which they aren't supposed to do but I'm glad they did) and laughing at me.....till was only then that I realized that I was putting in the card the wrong way. I was so embarassed and felt like a fool....I mean how can I get that wrong???? That's the silly thing I did recently. There's been no time for panda spanking for me because I've been busy studying for my exams:(
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
4 Jan 09
Hahahaha. Wedding slippers! My scenario pales in comparison to that one Sandhya as I was heading into an empty office! I have had some awkward ATM moments myself. And the worst thing about it is that I get flustered and start getting angry at the machine only to realize that I'm a dumb a$$ in the first place! Good luck with your exams and I look forward to them being over so you can get spankin' like you should be. Happy New Year and Happy Year of the Panda to you and your family.
@SViswan (12071)
• India
4 Jan 09
lol..one good thing came out of the 'wedding slippers'...we all wear our sandals before we drape the sari (which is how it is supposed to be done in the first place since we need to know the height of our heels). lol...we have enough of panda spanking happening in the family but I'm so flustered most of the time with so much to do that I end up yelling at the panda spankers. My new year resolution this year is to enjoy the panda spankings and lighten up. I hope it's going to be easy with the younger one growing up quickly. Thank you for the exam wishes...I couldn't make it for today's paper because there was no one to babysit:(
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
4 Jan 09
I think we ALL have examples of panda spanking throughout our families Sandhya and have had them for as long as we can remember. The only thing being that we now have a name for it! I never considered wearing slippers with my sari when I was back in India and used to go barefoot most of the time. I looked great in the sparkly fabrics too I can tell ya! I look forward to hearing how high your exam scores were in due course too.
@sconibear (8010)
• United States
2 Jan 09
that is a real panda spanker James. i remember one time getting up before the birds do, going through the whole morning ritual, driving to work, only to find nobody else was there. so i as i sat there trying to figure out what holiday i had forgotten about or thinking the "rapture" had occurred, and as expected i was left behind, my co-workers finally started arriving. I FORGOT ABOUT DAYLIGHT SAVINGS AND NEVER SET MY CLOCKS BACK!!! and of course missed out on that blessed extra hour of sleep. yeah that was a real Spanked Panda day. BTW.....i plan on getting a lot of panda spanking done this year.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
What time DO the birds get up now anyways sconi? Is it before or after the worm these days? I am extremely happy to hear that you plan to do a hell of a lot of panda spanking this year and I think a good start would be to NEVER set your clock's back ever again. Move through life on your own time sconi and let the other plebs try and keep up, that's what I reckon! You had a whole hour in that office to yourself by the way. Did you switch the normal coffee to de-caf so you could then switch it back again to full strength a month later and watch everyone go insane from caffeine? Please tell me you did SOMETHING in the hour alone!
@sconibear (8010)
• United States
2 Jan 09
oh yeah......the hour i spent alone, i spent cursing the people who came up with the concept of messing with time. i was also thinking about after i've taken over The World how i'm gonna make a week only 6 days long, but on Saturdays you have to stop the clocks for 24 hours.
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@Wizzywig (7858)
4 Jan 09
Whilst visiting my mum one afternoon I decided to ring home to ask 'him indoors' to get the washing in as rain was threatening. The line was engaged so I tried again...& again... Realising that he is not in the habit of making calls & only a few people ever call us, I eventually concluded that he had collapsed on the floor whilst attempting to phone for an ambulance (for no logical reason) so felt obliged to drive home. He was in 'lying on the sofa watching TV' mode, perfectly safe. I explained that I'd been trying to call & apparently, the phone hadn't rung at all. It was only when I picked up the receiver to check for a fault, that It dawned on me that the number I'd been dialling, from my mum's phone was.... my mum's phone number.
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@Wizzywig (7858)
4 Jan 09
PS If you live and work in the same building, wearing your slippers to work doesn't count since you are still technically at home. My dad took me out for a birthday meal wearing his... and went to Disney World in them
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
4 Jan 09
Hahahahaha. You will get np argument from me that that would have to be up there as being one of the most silly things someone could do Wizzywig! And it sounds as if you admitted to him your error too! I am not sure if I would have done the same and would have probably made out that I had indeed been trying to call anyway. lol. Good for you for being able to laugh at yourself about it. And fine, you win on the slipper story front too. I had to go 5 floors up and then back down again with mine on though. Don't I at least get some stupidity brownie points for that part?? Oooh and I was wearing socks with them as well! lol.
@Wizzywig (7858)
4 Jan 09
Oh no.. he still doesn't know. I just casually shrugged & said ,'Hmm, seems to be working ok now - how odd!' (Dont tell him or I will have to come to your place and put superglue in your slippers so you have to wear them for work FOREVER!!!)
@vampgal (26)
• United States
3 Jan 09
Well this year my sister, my mom and I were in the super market ,and she said something funny and I started to laugh, but i couldn't stop and I heard some woman ask my sister if i was drunk!! So of course it only made me laugh harder. Now a good one from last year. My sister was headed to the restroom , and to get their you have to pass my room. Apparently I talk in my sleep because I was saying my crushes name over and over! The next day she just had to mention it.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
3 Jan 09
Excellent! You get to see out 2008 AND welcome in 2009 with two random acts of inanity vampgal! Actually, being drunk in the supermarket sounds like fun if you ask me! Maybe next time you can act drunk AND scream out your crushes name at the same time. There is nothing like standing out in a crowd, yes? Happy Year of the Panda to you!
• United States
4 Jan 09
Yeah well I act like a complete idiot almost all the time.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
4 Jan 09
Well as long as you have the ability to step things up to "super idiot" once in a while vampgal, then I think this is great! The last thing any of us need is to become predictable with our idiocy!
@Polly289 (269)
• New Zealand
2 Jan 09
You did have clothes on, right? Not done anything stupid but I know it will come. Can't wait to put my foot in something. Heck we're only 3 days in for crying out loud. Give me a chance. I know it's there for the taking. Happy New Year to you and (don't forget your shoes)
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
Nah, just the slippers Polly! Well I certainly put my foot in something very early in the New Year! (Both feet actually and both went into a slipper! lol) I am actually quite proud of myself for not wasting any time at all and going striaght form late 2008 to stupid in a matter of 48 hours. Champion effort if you ask me. Happy New Year to you also and of course, Happy Year of the Panda to you as well!
@Polly289 (269)
• New Zealand
2 Jan 09
Well, that does make for an interesting picture. I have a wild imagination. Love your sense of humour too. Not au fait with that Panda Spanking but it certainly sounds dangerous. Later's
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
3 Jan 09
Nah, panda spanking isn't dangerous Polly! It's all about balance. (Or mental IMbalance maybe?) lol.
@kareng (18329)
• United States
2 Jan 09
Hahaha, I've done the exact very same thing! I arrived at work (not this year or course) wearing my comfy slippers! It was really funny. Oh well, you won't have to worry about your feet hurting today :) Happy New Year!
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
I went home and changed them kareng as I am fortunate enough to live and work from the same building. So back down 5 flights of stairs I went and changed into my normal shoes. It was fun while it lasted, I must admit! And I am happy to see I have a fellow slipper afficionado in yourself as well! Happy New Year and Happy Year of the Panda to you as well!
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@kareng (18329)
• United States
2 Jan 09
Now I'm jealous--you live in the same building so you can sleep in pretty late. Awesome! I have over hour drive to work now since we moved. I have to get up at 5 am --5:30 at the latest to make it to work for 7:30. I love the drive though, it's all hills and country :) Happy New Year!
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
lol. I am pretty discplined in getting up every morning thankfully (After a few snooze buttone presses anyway!) and rise around 7 - 7 30 and hit the office around 8 30. My idea of "traffic" is when someone else is also using the stairs at the same time! There is a lift here too but it's always broken.....
@hotsummer (10522)
• Philippines
27 Feb 09
talking about being stupid. i would say that i am one of the most stupid people before. but i think that on this new year. i have left those stupidty behind and i make sure now to act stupidly or act without thinking first. it is better to be sure than sorry as the saying goes. when i was younger though i was not that young any more then. i should have more be careful and act like a normal adult. but i wasn't. i was like doing things carelessly and i paid a lot for those stupidity.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
27 Feb 09
I think we all tended to act pretty stupid quite a bit when we were younger! Especially the guys..... We just never really thought that hard about anything I guess. I am happy to hear that you have left "stupid" back in 2008! New year, new beginnings; and you are very right in saying that it's better to be sure rather than sorry. Thanks for the response hotsummer and good luck to us all, for a stupid free 2009 and beyond!
@Margarit (3677)
• Philippines
3 Jan 09
Slippers here is widely use even at the office. I have a pair of slippers in the office and i do change my high heel shoes to slippers when i start working. I remember before, i go home wearing slippers, i have to wear it back for the next day for i dont have extra shoes that will fit to my uniform. I have to be confident even other persons is staring at it.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
3 Jan 09
So what it comes down to then Margarit, is that I am obviously living and working in the wrong damn country! This is funny actually. I am trying to avoid going to WORK with my slippers on and you are trying to avoid going HOME with the same thing! lol. Happy Year of the Panda!
@livvy092002 (1025)
• Philippines
3 Jan 09
That's so funny! I thought your story will end like you realized later that there is no work today.lol. It's holiday today here in the Philippines, by the way. :-)
@James72 (26829)
• Australia
3 Jan 09
I wish that had of been the case actually, because if there was no work that day then I could have kept my slippers on and not have had to gone home to change them! Happy holiday to you then livvy and Happy Year of the Panda!
@myklj999 (31700)
• Olney, Illinois
2 Jan 09
I'm going to save up for the middle of the year and do something so totally gigantically immensely stupid that all will have no choice but to bow in acknowledgement at my total lack of wisdom...or something like that, anyway.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
3 Jan 09
Sounds good to me mykl! I'm gonna make me one of those countdown calendars with a little window to open each morning. It will count the days down to the middle of the year in preparation of your gigantic stupid act! I just have to work out what to put in the little window sections is all..... I was thinkin' cookies, but you have 'em all!
@Rosekitty (19398)
• San Marcos, Texas
2 Jan 09
And Just what is wrong wearing slippers?..lol..thankfully with my store i can go barefoot if i want and I do when i get there.. Haven't spanked any Pandas today, but its early give me time i may have a story to tell later..have a touch of a headache so I'm trying to take it easy but love coming here to make me laugh..Thanks James My new friend!
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
2 Jan 09
Barefoot or BEARfoot Rose? I say go BEARfoot if ya can! I hear that laughter is a good cure for headaches too. All I know is that I never get them and I laugh all the time! Take it easy, keep those spanking hands limber in preparation for a spanking day that for sure ain't far away; and I'm happy you dropped in. Brownie please!