Singles Social Club: It's Always 5 o'clock here!

Discussion in 'Disney for Adults and Solo Travelers' started by DCTooTall, Sep 13, 2011.

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  1. DCTooTall

    DCTooTall <MARQUEE BEHAVIOR=ALTERNATE><img src=http://www.em

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    I'd recommend staying away from it. Bad things happen to those that try to take the Pearl.
     
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  3. MICKEY88

    MICKEY88 <font color=purple>if you keep falling off of the

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  4. MICKEY88

    MICKEY88 <font color=purple>if you keep falling off of the

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    it now looks like this[​IMG]
     
  5. charliebrown

    charliebrown If Barbie is so popular, why do you have to buy he

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    I am so jelly.......


    I only have a reptar wagon.
     
  6. LaLalovesWDW

    LaLalovesWDW DIS Veteran

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    :welcome: Great bunch here!

    Hey mamacita!!! Thank you...Im tryin :)
     
  7. MICKEY88

    MICKEY88 <font color=purple>if you keep falling off of the

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    it looks like you are succeeding :thumbsup2
     
  8. LaLalovesWDW

    LaLalovesWDW DIS Veteran

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    oh my...flattery will get you everywhere! :flower3:
     
  9. MICKEY88

    MICKEY88 <font color=purple>if you keep falling off of the

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    oh my.. let the flattery commence :cool1:pirate:


    good thing I just bought the book " How to flatter a Diva" on Amazon
     
  10. nurse.darcy

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    Okay everyone here. Hello to the newbies. Bartender, thanks for the Lapu Lapu. Planning an impromptu trip to the world this weekend. If you are local or in town, let me know. I will be in town Saturday morning till Sunday evening. Hitting up parks and doing pool time.
     
  11. ctnurse

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    Sounds good. Will sent you a FB message with details.
     
  12. 1Grumpy9

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    I've got a busy weekend...I won tickets for Sunday's Pocono NASCAR race from one of the race teams, so I am going there on Sunday.

    Tonight I am going to the cabin for the night.
     
  13. KYfriedPanda

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    Since we seem to serve many beverages on this thread, I figured I'd share this with you guys... I was told to soak gummy bears in vodka (or another hard liqueur) for an interesting different type of "cocktail"... I had NO IDEA just how much alcohol those gummies absorb! I felt like each time I took a bite, I was having a shot! Anyone else here try this before?
     
  14. DCTooTall

    DCTooTall <MARQUEE BEHAVIOR=ALTERNATE><img src=http://www.em

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    not yet....

    Vodka and me don't get alone so well anymore.
     
  15. valree

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    Hahaha I'm the same way. It's been about 7 years since I've had vodka, and just thinking about makes the hair on my arms stand up. And not in good way. I'd love to try that with rum though!
     
  16. SenecaWolf

    SenecaWolf I let my mind wander and it didn't come back!

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    oh man been about 7 years since I've drank vodka, last time I did was 3 20oz vodka/teas in about an hour...last thing I remember was falling in the bathtub and getting sick on the floor. Never touched the stuff again!

    Now whiskey on the other hand...me and Jim Beam are great friends :goodvibes
     
  17. MedicGoofy

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    Hi Everyone:yay: Jenn here, 32 and single, and LOVE Disney:cheer2: I am a huge lover of Disney and would love to be able to visit much more than I do:rotfl: Looking forward to meeting you all, and meeting some other singles here:)

    Jenn
     
  18. Cruise

    Cruise <font color=blue>Wake up, your month is up!;)</fon

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    This is me and tequila...straight up shots, way too many, in way too short a time. Just the thought of it ... ugh. It's funny how we all end up on the bathroom floor no matter which alcohol though. :rotfl:

    I'm still fine with vodka though! :drinking1
     
  19. nurse.darcy

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    CT. Got your dates. its a go. will be back in October for Singles Roctober weekend. . .lol.
    Gotta go back to bed. . .I have to work and its way tooooooooo early.
     
  20. LaLalovesWDW

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    Good morning SSC!! I hope everyone had a fantastic weekend. Mine was good, but hit a seriously sour note with a long-time friend. Since many of you don't know me in person, I want to get your unbiased opinion on something (if you will indulge me)...

    This is a bit long, but a little background may help... ok first, I really don't like exchanging money in between friends for the obvious reasons, however I do know that there are times when things happen and may need to borrow/lend etc. Well anyway, I don't usually lend money because its never proved a positive result, but the few times in my life that I've borrowed Ive always paid back on time with no hassle.

    I have a girl friend of over 10 years... about 5 years ago, I got into a jam and needed to borrow $500. She lent it and I agreed to pay back in 2 weeks just before her mortgage was due. 2 weeks later it was paid back on the date directly into her bank account. Anyone I've borrowed from in the past, I do the same with because I would never want that to be a sour chord in our friendship. however, as I said, I really try to never "lend". If I have to give, I just give it. She emailed me about a month ago, to inquire about a $800 loan. I didn't really have it to give outright, but I agreed to loan her half of that, $400 if she could pay me back before the end of July so I could pay my mortgage. She agreed and I had no reason to doubt her. She's always been good with money and all of our friendship never gave me a reason not to trust her. I sent it to her account and we agreed that she would pay me back on the 25th of last month. She is usually very meticulous with he bills and never thought in a million years she wouldn't pay me back... well the 25th came and went and nothing. On the 28th I reached out and asked what was up. She said "oh I meant to call, waiting for check to clear and sending it tomorrow." She sent a transfer to my bank acct, but this past Wed, my bank told me the payment was returned. I contacted her and asked her if she just deposit in my acct, she agreed but then the next day (when I was away for a 2-day conference) she left me a vm that she sent western union. So Saturday I went to collect the Western Union (I had been calling/texting to get the control #) and they told me the transfer was cancelled. I called yesterday and this morning with no answer, response, nothing...

    Im not really mad about the money not being paid back because I do understand things happen, but you would think that a friend of that many years would at least have the courtesy to just be honest about it instead of screwing my bank accout up and taking me on all this madness with western union. I haven't heard from her since last wed when I told her the transfer was returned. She won't answer my calls or texts. I'm sad that our friendship will probably end over this and never was the type to let money get between things like this, but what she did was dead wrong and I would have been disappointed but ok if she had just spoken to me about it. What would you do? Am I wrong if I just end the friendship and move on? Im so pissed right now its not funny.
    :mad:
     
  21. MICKEY88

    MICKEY88 <font color=purple>if you keep falling off of the

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    only you can decide how valuable the friendship is or was.
    for me if it was a really good friend I would try contacting them and ask them if we could discuss the situation. otherwise, I might be inclined to just wait, and at some point make the decison to just end the friendship, or take legal action..
     
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