Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby Marcuse » Tue Oct 09, 2018 6:10 pm

cmsellers wrote:Friday I tried to go to Corpus Christi and had car troubles that made me waste three hours and fucked a lot of other stuff up too. But there was a bright side to all of this.

In Nixon City, a truck was just sitting at a four-way intersection, not moving, for five minutes. I was right by a Lowe's, which is a Central Texas grocery chain, not the hardware store. So I went in to use the background, saw three brands of sausage I had never seen, and got a package of each to try. Two of them are some of the best sausages I have ever had.

Apparently there is a specific kind of central Texas sausage called Czech sausage, and it is fantastic. And I only tried two or three brands, there's apparently a ton more I haven't tried yet. I need to get on that.


So...you're saying we should Czech it out?
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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby JamishT » Tue Oct 09, 2018 9:40 pm

Marcuse wrote:
cmsellers wrote:Friday I tried to go to Corpus Christi and had car troubles that made me waste three hours and fucked a lot of other stuff up too. But there was a bright side to all of this.

In Nixon City, a truck was just sitting at a four-way intersection, not moving, for five minutes. I was right by a Lowe's, which is a Central Texas grocery chain, not the hardware store. So I went in to use the background, saw three brands of sausage I had never seen, and got a package of each to try. Two of them are some of the best sausages I have ever had.

Apparently there is a specific kind of central Texas sausage called Czech sausage, and it is fantastic. And I only tried two or three brands, there's apparently a ton more I haven't tried yet. I need to get on that.


So...you're saying we should Czech it out?


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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby Kivutar » Wed Oct 10, 2018 1:23 am

I dunno, I'm still full from the Turkey on the weekend...

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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby jbobsully11 » Wed Oct 10, 2018 11:40 pm

My mom talked to someone today whose son needs a math tutor, and passed along my information. I got a call earlier, and now I (probably) will have a part-time job tutoring for the forseeable future. It was only after I hung up that I found out I could’ve charged twice as much as what I said, but I don’t care.
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