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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by jackinjax, Mar 26, 2019.
At which point it will no longer be free to join, so why pay for what we could have gotten free...
Thanks for the reminder. I've been meaning to do this for a long time. Send me the form.
The check is in the mail, really!
you're thinking about the Peer Pressure Group, they meet on wednesdays and all dress alike, the procrastinators club, still hasn't actually held a meeting, they keep putting it off.
talk about frustrating, I was on the Rules Comittee of the local Anarchist Club, they could never agree on any rules.
we started by having one rule, that there are no rules, and we couldn't even get that rule passed. I finally gave up and joined the AntiPastas, but then I found out I really do like spaghetti, so I quit that and just joined the Chronic Joiners Club, which I thought was about cabinet making, but it turns out its for people who join a bunch of clubs and then never attend meeting and stuff, so its okay but they hardly ever talk about routers and planers and man stuff.
Oh shoot I'm late for my "settle for Miss Right now or wait for Miss Right" meeting!
i'll have to think about it and let you know.
I'm not saying I'm an above average procrastinator, but I have a tie clasp my daddy gave me that I've been planning on having repaired since 1953. Maybe this year?
you might think about joining "Miss Wrong, but Right for now" which some people think is a wing of the "UnderAchievers Club" but its really about something totatlly different and is wonderful way to see people you don't like naked.
have you taken it off the tie yet? if so you may not be a real procrastinator and might have Pseudoprocrastinator Syndrome, which is a different group altoghether and they do have a really nice Christmas dance and the food is pretty good.
I’ll do it later.
No, I don't think you understand, I'm a procrastinator by heredity. My daddy gave me the tie clasp after he bought it several years prior. He bought the clasp, meaning to buy a tie, but could never get around to it. The pressure of constantly putting off buying a tie proved too much for him, and he gave me the tie clasp to get out from under the perceived obligation. I have been trying to get around to getting the clasp fixed before even starting to look for a tie. Why would you buy a tie when your only tie clasp is broken?
I don't think it means they have low self- esteem, I think they just haven't got around to building it up yet....
I misunderstood totally, sorry dude, you might want to look on ebay for a couple more broken tie-clips and maybe you can make a good one out of the parts. At least you'd have a good start on a broken tie clasp collection and something to talk about at the meetings if we ever get around to having one....
maybe a reversible tie clip, then you could hide the broken side? JB weld works on everything, I been meaning to buy some for about 17 years now, every since I heard Paul Harvey fix an engine block with a tube of it and have enought left to fix a tie clasp his father left him....its Trueeeeeee..........................Value.....
I think I'm just gonna have to put change guitar strings on my weekly to do list( which is done every Sunday night).I can't be trusted to do anything without writing it down.
So there's OCD with procrastination.You think you have problems.
I used to attend the meetings of the pessimists club quite regularly ......
but after a while, it was like "ah what's the use"
I'll think about it for a while. I'll get back to you.
Procrastinator has taken on such a negative connotation that I now prefer to think of myself as a fastidiously patient man.