This thread can't die yet!
I was thinking about having a mousetail of trailing hearts on Cyburbia, but it just doesn't seem right, for some reason.KMateja said:I think it is the little hearts mousetail, but then, it could also be the "updates" section where you can sign up to be on her mailing list.
You know, that billboard is really sad. It screams of desperation and loneliness. But the wen site. That's really sad.Dan said:
I was thinking about having a mousetail of trailing hearts on Cyburbia, but it just doesn't seem right, for some reason.
Prudence is going to tear you apart....he's a lot bigger than you....and it looks like a can of "whoop ass" is on the shelf behind him.Originally posted by Chet
He's going to kill me.
Smart move.bturk said:*goes to remove prudence's pic*
If El Guapo can get some then so can you my friend! Some chicks dig violent and imbalanced. Chet care to chime in? You own a Harley and have used your imbalance to good effect...Cheer the lad up a bit with stories of biker chicks and planners havin a good time...prudence said:How am I going to find the woman of my dreams if they think I am violent and imbalanced.
Wanna' bet? Sometimes, we need a push! I'm terrible at reading signals, and way too many times in the past, I've misinterpreted what normally are in-your-face signs. The women I meet are either:PlannerGirl said:Guys dont go for bold moves :-( trust me I know
I have to agree. Huevos grande. I would have considered doing the same, if I weren't a card-carrying member of Scenic America. (I let out a huge sigh when my Theresa-lookalike ex told me she leased a few billboards as part of her campaign for public office.) Besides, I'd probably appear on some tri-vision board, and the panels would change to an ad for a strip joint or a vasectomy clinic in Houston before someone could get the entire URL.Chet[/i] [B]She'll end up a cat lady for sure. [/B][/QUOTE] Hey said:I respectfully disagree. I think it is a bold move and one to be respected. She is going after what she wants in a manner outside of the norm, that's all. If this gets her to happiness-land faster then I am glad for her.
Hmmmm ...MarryTheresa said:Planner Girl - You are so mistaken. 5,000 so far have gone for my BOLD move. Sorry!
Sorry Dan, but I have to disagree. Although I've seen many of my friends marry and have children over the past five years, I still don't feel bad about being single at the ripe old age of 30. My philosophy may change over the next few years or so, but for the time being, I'm happy with it and definitely not ashamed to say "Yeah, I'm single! So what??"Dan said:
Desperate? Yeah, many single folks are, but it's taboo to admit it. Some folks feel the void in their heart more than others. I'll admit to my presence on match.com ...
I'll make sure that doesn't happen. At Cyburbia, we're a friendly gang of urban planners, city geeks, students, and who knows what else.Originally posted by El Guapo
MarryTheresa - don't feel compelled to answer every comment made here. Around here we just kind of sum our position up and let the chips fall where they may. You will never be able answer all the postings on this thread - they will wear you out. And they might smell blood in the water. You don't want that.
Hey ... it's staying! This is a part of Cyburbia history! Alls we need now is a photo of a PVC-clad PlannerGirl and some poetry from a certain civil servant for a large California municipality who used to visit these parts, and we'll hit the 20,000 post mark before Friday! Whee!Originally posted by Chet
I'm going to take a step back - not from negativity of course - but put a moderator hat on and suggest that this thread, and least the last 9 hours of it, get wiped away.
Don't give up on it Dan. I was a match member for a couple of years....and I met my wife through match.com.Dan said:I'll admit to my presence on match.com ...
Okay Dan - it's your move. I can do no morePlannerGirl said:Lol one month from today.