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  1. jeffie7

    jeffie7 Wrong Whole! VIP

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    I am none of those people
     
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    Prove it by buying us dinner. Outback will do.
     
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    im the burger guy lol.
     
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    The Crazily Underdressed is as close as I get. I've been known to go to one of the local fine dining establishments in shorts and a t-shirt on a regular basis, but my $30 still buys a plate, and I'm nice to the wait staff, and they always remember my name.

    Maybe pronouncing spanish words properly puts me in The Ethnic Menu Over-Pronouncer category, but I live in texas, so I think it's kind of a given for mexican food.
     
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    D16Civic Matt

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    thankfully I'm none. but my in-laws pretty much cover all the bases.
     
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    Fellow burger guy checking in. I've been getting better at it. But I really enjoy a well made burger.
     
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    BigJ I'm just about that action Boss. VIP

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    Probably the most annoying trait about myself on sundays. I have to see the fantasy. So we usually compromise and go to a bar with lots of tv's.
     
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    Isn't the outcome the same regardless of keeping up with it.

    Fantasy football is weird to me. I know people who don't have enough time, they can't work out, they can't do basic must do things in their week like washing clothes and complain about it. No time no time no time...

    Everyday they talk fantasy football and Sundays... Lol yeah um no, they don't even exist.
     
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    BigJ I'm just about that action Boss. VIP

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    Yeah it is the same outcome. I'm more referring to seeing team scores/game stuff. Redzone is awesome for it.



    Sounds like you don't get it and wouldn't enjoy it.
     
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    Time is money.

    When some people spend all sunday tracking their 5 leagues, it just doesnt make sense to me. Even more so when those same people bitch about not having time to do anything.

    Reminds me of the smoker that goes out drinking 3-4 times a week yet bitches about not making enough to pay their car payment.

    I'm just talking about the people I know that get into it, they all seem to share the same problems.
     
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    BigJ I'm just about that action Boss. VIP

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    Sounds like you just have a shitty representation of fantasy football.




    It's definitely something you don't need to monitor much. I'm real busy but I MAKE time to watch football. I love my dawgs and my 'hawks. Fantasy is icing on the cake. It's a great way to compete with your friends.
     
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    I'm Alan Rickman.

    My boss is most of these, seriously. He'll order the $50 steak and then ask for miracle whip or some stupid shit. Kills me everytime.

    But honestly, I don't let people get to me anymore. And as far "clantestine farter" Come on dude, that's me everywhere. I'll crop dust tables full of people.
     
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    I'm probably guilty of bringing a baby where I shouldn't. But he likes loud noisy places and he shuts the fuck up when there is noise.
     
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    They even pointed out its one thing to take your baby out to a restaurant, there's nothing wrong with that, but when it's a big event or something party like, it makes no sense..

    Dinner for 4 at outback = fine
    Dinner at a bar/turns into night club after 10 and stick around until 12 = bad
     
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    none, but most closely is probably
    The “Industry” Insider

    usually referring to how they leave prime rib out over the stoves to stay warm all night....
     
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    4 weeks ago you were self employed.
    3 weeks ago you were retired.

    now you have a boss?

    Do you ever stop lying?
     
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    Me:
    The Table Jockeyer - sometimes. if i walk into a place that's clearly dead and they ask me if that tiny table is "ok", while walking me past the plethora of empty booths, yeah ill ask for a booth instead (politely).

    Afraid-of-Coat-Check Guy - most places i go dont even have a coat check, but im not necessarily "afaid" of it. i'd prefer to keep my coat with me i guess.

    Ive been both over and underdressed lol.

    The 18-Way Check Splitters - yeah, sorry about that. credit is much easier for me, and when i go with groups we tend to just all go "dutch" and pay for exactly what we got. it avoids The Group Dinner Freeloader.

    The Ethnic Menu Over-Pronouncer - sometimes, only when it feels appropriate and not douchey. i make every attempt to pronouce mexican foods and things like "pho" right when i can.

    The gf is definitely The Extremely Temperature-Sensitive Girl - but only with cold. shes's never too hot, but she will rack up the layers even if its a bit cold. in my experience, most tiny girls are like that though lol.
     
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    My exact thoughts!!!!!

    As for this list, I'm probably guilty of checking scores, but other than that not so much any resemblance. My wife however is the definition of the substitutor. Holy crap she annoys the piss out of me when she does that. lol
     
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