Insert pun about Tad-the-user here.It's been a long time since I have seen 25+ people viewing the BHM forum. It's freakin me out a tad.
Insert pun about Tad-the-user here.
I'm going to assume it is our charismatic charm and rugged sexiness that is attracting viewers. Or Rellis secretly brought an entire posse of people with him.
I confess I wish I had a posse...That is a possibility ...
Ooooh, I love that thread (as you have probably noticed skimming over it!)!I confess I have never ever understood the appeal of this by now 20 page long thread, with almost 500 responses and a lot more written work by most posters than in any other thread:
Is it so extraordinary to formulate a concise opinion about someone else? Are there so many more personal interactions going on behind the scenes of this board that people can actually reliably identify what is about themselves or others? Or are others simply just a lot better at attributing opinions to themselves?
It leaves me very
Some of the comments can indeed with some likelihood be attributed to identifiable people here at BHM/FFA - but as far as I read them these are few and far between. Most are general enough that they could apply to at least a number of people, some to almost everybody. And I say that although I pride myself of pretty well trained (even professionally) text interpretation skills.I love reading other people's posts there most of all, because I think it offers an insight into their mind and their feelings that you rarely get anywhere else. Also, I can certainly work out who a lot of the posters are talking about in their dims-related comments, yes. Including both positive and negative comments directed towards myself.
Just bring a bunch of food and make a joke about it when you get there. Maybe don't mention it to her, but when it's just you and the guys, and you take out some snacks, just be like, "sorry, I don't trust thin people to buy food."I have thought about that, would just need find time to get something.
Was also thinking of stopping by the good bagel store for a couple of dozen Montreal-style bagels, good cream cheese, and some smoked-salmon spread, officially as contributing some nice breakfast options, unofficially because it would let me grab a bagel at random times and devour it.
ETA: Fortunately friend's partner is infinitely understanding about food intolerances, and has made sure that none of what she is leaving uses onion powder or garlic powder (the two worst triggers for my digestive issue), so at least I'm not worried on that front.