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Daily things 5️⃣ Words to describe your day

otterpop

Cyburbian
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6,655
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28
Pretty damn good.

I went to a meeting I wasn't looking forward to, but the facilitator was gorgeous. So I spent two and a half hours looking at the female human equivalent of a sunset over the Grand Canyon. :D
 

JNA

Cyburbian Plus
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26,972
Points
71
Concerning
Potentially frightening
more testing scheduled
 

michaelskis

Cyburbian
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21,216
Points
61
The words to describe my day would likely get me carded. Thank goodness I work with some very cool people and I get to go home to my wife and three little guys.
 

Hink

OH....IO
Staff member
Moderator
Messages
16,622
Points
59
Long.
Drawn Out.
Too much to do.
Snarfblat.
 

HomerJ

Cyburbian
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1,176
Points
20
Perspective

(in reference to how small one is compared to "the machine")
 

illinoisplanner

Cyburbian
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5,334
Points
25
Boring
Quiet
Slow
Dangerous (walking 300 yards along a high-speed, well-traveled road with a very narrow shoulder and tall grass in an exurban area to take a picture of a sign)
 

Veloise

Cyburbian
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6,093
Points
38
mortified

At the Honk Fest, a staffer from a nearby establishment realized the safety implications being caused by one of the performing bands. She let them know that they needed to move down the alley and away from the store entrances.

One of the musicians took umbrage. He walked over to her and kept playing his part, loudly, blaring at her. And when they finished the set and played their exit music, he gave her a one-finger salute.

There is no excuse for that, fellow Michigander sousaphone. I apologized to her on behalf of my cross-state colleague.
 

Midori

Cyburbian
Messages
751
Points
12
Panicked
Crisis mode
Emotional disengagement for self-preservation (That's a lot of words.)

We'll be back up and running as soon as we can stop breathing into the brown paper bag.
 
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