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The little things that make my day

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  • The little things that make my day

    Sometimes we take things for granted in our fast paced world and few of us remember to value the simpler things in life.

    That urinal soap scent is priceless. Sometimes in spite of myself I can't help but just stand in the middle of a crowded bathroom and stare around in a dreamy haze as I take in it's aroma.

    The sounds of the exhaust from cars at 7am and I can smell them in my bed as I'm debating whether or not I have a morning woody.

    Watching people do stuff only makes me realize how cool I am for not doing it but that someone else, some place else, cares.

    I enjoy paying my SBC bills so I can post on the forums.
    Achkerov kute.

  • #2
    I enjoy suffering through a nasty sore throat (the pleasantly itchy and scratchy kind), which was the result of my little brother (at the time sick) purposely coughing on me because he loves me so much.

    This little thing truly made my day.


    • #3
      I take for granted the fact that I don't need an alarm clock to wake me up in the morning. At about 5 am, my obnoxious neighbor gets up to go about his toilet duties and I am awakened by the sounds of him hacking up a lung and various other pleasant sounds.


      • #4
        I really enjoyed the pain of having my tongue pierced...
        lasted for days too... wow
        no one believes me...


        • #5
          Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwww you got your tongue pierced :!:


          • #6
            She did it for the guys she kisses. :twisted:


            • #7
              I bet :twisted: , but where she kisses that's the question :twisted:


              • #8

                Ooh, J, you gotta spill the kinky details. DO IT! DO IT!

                Tell us about the little things that make your day!


                • #9
                  Originally posted by sSsflamesSs
                  She did it for the guys she kisses. :twisted:
                  you girls actually take steps like that for "the guys you kiss"??
                  that's pretty desparate...
                  I did it for me... the fact that I liked the pain proves that...
                  oh and Fire... why was it not EWWW when you pierced your ears?
                  cuz your mommy taught you so?
                  *aiming to shoot such mentalities*


                  • #10
                    Blah blah blah Jandam!