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Ha. many times. lol
Oh, hell yeah!
Wanting or not, I've been caught in such situations way too many times.
Yes, several times.
I can't remember a specific example to share, but yes, it has happened. :)
I don't comment on some posts because I don't want to be judged.
Some are just a waste of time
I greed. It happens all the time, but I don't usually tell anyone my thoughts on it. :)
Oh, that's for sure.
A few days ago I was with my mum on the bus and a drunk lady behind us had no concept of inner voice. Let's just say my mother stared really hard through the window and I was trying really hard not to laugh the entire way.
Can make for an interesting conversation.
It has happened occasionally
It has happened many times. When you're out in public in an enclosed area, it's almost impossible not to overhear the conversation of others.
Yea and i've noticed i usually end it with....****!.
Where's your patience? xD
I don't have a lot of mental patience
Of course that is one of the fun parts of being out and about, .
Was once in hysterics on a train as a woman on the phone talked loudly about her house fumigation and all her workman called Steve.I was thinking i felt sorry for whichever Steve she was talking to.
Sure, That is one of the best reasons to go out to dinner, you hear such funny conversations and make up a story of their lives.
There were several times when cell phones were first becoming popular and some people would have loud conversations on their phones while in public places (like fast food restaurants or Starbucks coffee shops). When I was sitting at the next table, I would just join the conversation according to whatever the person on the phone was talking about loudly to their phone mate.
Yeah, I always catch the tail end and it sounds really messed up! Like the last one was ".....like in the 70's when he was shaved in a turtleneck."
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