Random thing you loathe right now.

Recently I've started saying "I Dig it" when I mean "I like it." It's to the point where I'm bugging myself.
On the loathe front... I've managed to rip the ass out of my pants this afternoon by slipping on loose gravel while getting into my car in the Subway parking lot. And I still had to head back to work. Luckily my coat has a long back, but having to move around quite a bit I've managed to extend the tear to the point where it may no longer provide enough coverage.
Time to call it a day.

McIrishJihad wrote:
edosan wrote:

Everyone at work wants to be on the iPad bandwagon. Naturally everyone just buys whatever they want and it's up to yours truly to set them up and configure them without any sort of management strategy or policy.

Why the heck are YOU personally and physically setting up THEIR device, even if it wasn't a strict BYOD environment?

Because they are for students.

Also, this.

Update: turns out Apple Configurator is user-specific. Must now make local accounts on all the laptops and redo everything under that account.

Hooray.

It's one thing when your elderly parents send you an email that "my phone stopped working, how do I fix it"?

It's another thing when a fellow software dev sends you an email "your latest checkin doesn't work for me, what do I do?"

C'mon man, stacktrace, error message, even just tell me what you were trying to do?

Demyx wrote:

It's one thing when your elderly parents send you an email that "my phone stopped working, how do I fix it"?

It's another thing when a fellow software dev sends you an email "your latest checkin doesn't work for me, what do I do?"

C'mon man, stacktrace, error message, even just tell me what you were trying to do?

How 'bout, "The buildserver isn't working." *stare*

Really? That's the extent of the information you can give me? Are you sure you're a professional?

I've got a coworker who's crutch word is "actually".

Most. Annoying. Crutch. Ever.

Especially when she's running a webinar.

Actually, that's not all that bad. There are more actually annoying words and phrases. Like "literally," and "the vast majority;" which are actually annoying, actually.

LarryC wrote:

Actually, that's not all that bad. There are more actually annoying words and phrases. Like "literally," and "the vast majority;" which are actually annoying, actually.

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misplacing my e-reader which has all 20 of my unread books. If I had paper copies of these 20 books they would never get lost...

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It's not that I want him to die, but I want Tyler Perry not to be alive anymore.

Why is Alex Cross dressed up as a woman? Is he going undercover to catch a serial killer? I'm confused.

kuddles wrote:

Why is Alex Cross dressed up as a woman?

Uhh...That's not Alex Cross.

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Cheap chinese food for lunch making my stomach rumble a bit too much. Fighting off the urge to go home, but I really don't want to wretch at work if it happens.

CptDomano wrote:

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Morgan Freeman wrote:

Tyler Perry's Titty Sprinkles.

dhelor wrote:

It's not that I want him to die, but I want Tyler Perry not to be alive anymore.

I am all for a Demolition Man level of suspended animation or deep hibernation.

KingGorilla wrote:
dhelor wrote:

It's not that I want him to die, but I want Tyler Perry not to be alive anymore.

I am all for a Demolition Man level of suspended animation or deep hibernation.

I'd be cool with that, for sure. Virtual death but not literal is okay by me.

You may remember a week or so ago when I posted that I was single again. Well I just found out that my girlfriend (at the time) slept with one of my best friends. So I'm flipping sh*t over here.

H to the ickle wrote:

You may remember a week or so ago when I posted that I was single again. Well I just found out that my girlfriend (at the time) slept with one of my best friends. So I'm flipping sh*t over here.

Gah, double betrayal - nasty nasty stuff, sorry to hear that. ((( )))

H to the ickle wrote:

You may remember a week or so ago when I posted that I was single again. Well I just found out that my girlfriend (at the time) slept with one of my best friends. So I'm flipping sh*t over here.

Maybe you should let your now ex-friend know he should get tested. If you refer to her as Chlamydiot, I will be pleased.

H to the ickle wrote:

You may remember a week or so ago when I posted that I was single again. Well I just found out that my girlfriend (at the time) slept with one of my best friends. So I'm flipping sh*t over here.

Fu*k man. Flip sh*t, but be smart about it. Don't do anything that you'll regret. Those fu*kers aren't worth it.

krev82 wrote:

Gah, double betrayal - nasty nasty stuff, sorry to hear that. ((( )))

Thanks for the game Krev, you're solid.

Suprep

Having an awful night because of this

Sorry for sharing too much

Planned on spending the evening playing the new AC3 DLC while my wife is out. Can't figure out where she put the disc when we were cleaning the other day :/

soonerjudd wrote:

Planned on spending the evening playing the new AC3 DLC while my wife is out. Can't figure out where she put the disc when we were cleaning the other day :/

Always the last place you'll look...

McIrishJihad wrote:

Always the last place you'll look...

God I hate that phrase.

McIrishJihad wrote:
soonerjudd wrote:

Planned on spending the evening playing the new AC3 DLC while my wife is out. Can't figure out where she put the disc when we were cleaning the other day :/

Always the last place you'll look...

AC3 --> Butt?

dhelor wrote:
McIrishJihad wrote:

Always the last place you'll look...

God I hate that phrase.

I don't know about you, but I always continue to look for something after I've found it.
Really though, it's meant as shorthand for "the last place you'd think it would be."

Extremely small medical bills that I have to call a person to make a payment.

You'd think, at some point, you'd just cut your loses after insurance pays 98% instead of chasing after the patient for a bill for $2. Strongly considering a USPS flat rate box filled with pennies...

dhelor wrote:
McIrishJihad wrote:

Always the last place you'll look...

God I hate that phrase.

Ooh, this is awkward.