Are You All Right?? Message Board

  • View author's info posted on Jul 11, 2006 01:56


    Devoted2FindingU write:
    beautynbrains4u write:
    Devoted2FindingU write:
    BnB, I think of you fondly every time I pass a Bed & Breakfast. Anyway I do appreciate your humor. What Mencken probably did not consider as an alternative is the effectiveness of laying prone on an E.R. floor. As long as they have Demoral or Dilaudid I am not above a prone position.


    Yup, but the problem I have with Bed and Breakfast joints is that I rarely make it to breakfast ;))!!

    That gives me an idea. Bed N Brunch!

    Oh and what do tell would keep such lovely creatures in bed so late in the morning?

    -D.


    hot, steamy, all-day monkey sex.
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  • View author's info posted on Jul 06, 2006 14:53


    blondediversion write:
    And hasn't everyone noticed that servers do that all the time - ask you when your mouth is full?! As though we don't know why.....just so we can't say, w"ell, my steak isn't cooked exactly the way I wanted it."



    Trust me on this We train them to do that!! Servers actually try and make it to the table knowing your going to sound so funny trying to talk and eat. That and we really want you to slow down a chew your food properly just like grandma said to. Another favorite is to bring your food when you go to the bathroom. A special staff member is assigned to this specific task- watching to see if you get up and then yells to the chef to put your plate up NOW! "quick, quick they went to the loo" And if they still allow smoking we do that just to mess with them smokers. its this class We teach called Serving 101.

    lol...I thought so! We're all just there for your entertainment!

    Glad to help - and we leave them tips!

    And bnb, that's why I don't stay at B&B's too! If I'm paying for B&B I want my breakfast! Can I help it if I want it at say 10:30'ish or 11?! And I don't like those hotels that make you walk down somewhere in public - what, you're supposed to be up and dressed at 7am while on a vacation just to get a cup of coffee and a little food?! Sheesh....give me a hotel with room service...


    smiles
  • View author's info posted on Jul 04, 2006 13:57


    And hasn't everyone noticed that servers do that all the time - ask you when your mouth is full?! As though we don't know why.....just so we can't say, w"ell, my steak isn't cooked exactly the way I wanted it."



    Trust me on this We train them to do that!! Servers actually try and make it to the table knowing your going to sound so funny trying to talk and eat. That and we really want you to slow down a chew your food properly just like grandma said to. Another favorite is to bring your food when you go to the bathroom. A special staff member is assigned to this specific task- watching to see if you get up and then yells to the chef to put your plate up NOW! "quick, quick they went to the loo" And if they still allow smoking we do that just to mess with them smokers. its this class We teach called Serving 101.
  • View author's info posted on Jul 02, 2006 14:37


    Devoted2FindingU write:
    See Cutipie is all wind... Not a word from her when she has a chance. Matter of fact I have the next two weeks all by myself the kids are are Grandpa's. So what do you say Cutiepie...

    .

    Katie I like your ureter too!


    HA! Brilliant! LOFLMFAO!!!!!
  • View author's info posted on Jul 02, 2006 01:42


    RapturousRed write:
    And hasn't everyone noticed that servers do that all the time - ask you when your mouth is full?! As though we don't know why.....just so we can't say, w"ell, my steak isn't cooked exactly the way I wanted it."

    But then after seeing that movie, "Restaurant" (I think....), one has to be very careful of what you say if you don't want foreign objects or other matter in your food!


    I'll bet, Red, that we're so busy trying to hide behind our napkin so we aren't talking with our mouths full that if we looked around, the other servers are probably howling with laughter and chalking up points for the most awkward looking, full-mouthed patron! LOL
  • View author's info posted on Jun 30, 2006 02:21


    katiegrlK2B write:
    Devo Dawg ... I wanted to tell you about an "Are you alright" thing I encountered tonight!

    I went into this sweet little Greek restaurant on Queen East called Karas for dinner. I ordered tsaziki, lamb and roasted potatoes. I was in mid-chew when the waitress comes up to me and asks, "Are you alright?"

    I nodded and she left. Then I started to laugh to myself and think of you. I wanted to call her back after I swallowed and ask,

    "Why did you ask that? Was I unconsciously gagging, or something? Like, was my face turning blue or was tsaziki drooling down my neck and into my cleavage?"

    What a nuts thing to ask a patron of a restaurant! What is so difficult about remembering, "Can I get you anything?" or "Can I get you anything else?"

    She went around to each of her customers, asking that! She asked a guy that had just stuffed half a head of lettuce in his gob if he was alright. He looked at her pleadingly as if to say, "Could you come back in five minutes, after I've chewed all of this salad up inside my mouth before you ask me that again?"

    She came back and asked me again. It was like a second after I had poinged a bit of potato off my table and she scared the bejeepers outa me, sneaking up on me like that, so I asked for a coffee just to send her away.

    When it came time to pay and leave though ... she was feeling "alright." I'm a generous tipper.
    ;)

    And hasn't everyone noticed that servers do that all the time - ask you when your mouth is full?! As though we don't know why.....just so we can't say, w"ell, my steak isn't cooked exactly the way I wanted it."

    But then after seeing that movie, "Restaurant" (I think....), one has to be very careful of what you say if you don't want foreign objects or other matter in your food!
  • View author's info posted on Jun 28, 2006 22:22


    Devo Dawg ... I wanted to tell you about an "Are you alright" thing I encountered tonight!

    I went into this sweet little Greek restaurant on Queen East called Karas for dinner. I ordered tsaziki, lamb and roasted potatoes. I was in mid-chew when the waitress comes up to me and asks, "Are you alright?"

    I nodded and she left. Then I started to laugh to myself and think of you. I wanted to call her back after I swallowed and ask,

    "Why did you ask that? Was I unconsciously gagging, or something? Like, was my face turning blue or was tsaziki drooling down my neck and into my cleavage?"

    What a nuts thing to ask a patron of a restaurant! What is so difficult about remembering, "Can I get you anything?" or "Can I get you anything else?"

    She went around to each of her customers, asking that! She asked a guy that had just stuffed half a head of lettuce in his gob if he was alright. He looked at her pleadingly as if to say, "Could you come back in five minutes, after I've chewed all of this salad up inside my mouth before you ask me that again?"

    She came back and asked me again. It was like a second after I had poinged a bit of potato off my table and she scared the bejeepers outa me, sneaking up on me like that, so I asked for a coffee just to send her away.

    When it came time to pay and leave though ... she was feeling "alright." I'm a generous tipper.
    ;)
  • View author's info posted on Jun 28, 2006 20:32


    Devoted2FindingU write:

    blondediversion write:

    Maybe the dilaudid is deluding him



    I must be deluded! I though there was one sweet lady among all you, you WOMEN and ya'll tell me BlondE was just calling me a BIG BABY. That's it, No More Mister Nice Guy. I am removing all your names from my favorites. No Spasms for any of YOU, YOU women. lmaof.

    -D.


    Devo, honey ... all kidding aside, I not only wuv you but I like your ureter too! Even sight unseen!
  • View author's info posted on Jun 28, 2006 10:52


    TallBlonde50 write:

    sharp1 write:
    Huh! BlindEinstein is simply expressing sympathy for you and all men she has experienced in her profession who've had your experience. Sheesh Man! Don't let it go to your head! (pun intended) lol

    BTW...I speak English...can anyone help me out as to what this means???
    "Sharp - Dilaudid (I think)"


    Dilaudid is the painkiller of choice for Mr. Devoted's previous problem!!!

    Maybe the dilaudid is deluding him
  • View author's info posted on Jun 28, 2006 02:06


    Devoted2FindingU write:
    cutiepie01 write:
    Devo how is your ureter feeling this week? Is it UP and running?


    Cutie you want to find out? I have the first week of Aug off with no destination determined yet. Now we will see who BLOWS smoke....

    Katie don't encourage her! She is BAD enough. lol.

    Now you guys look at how sweet BlndEinstein has been to me maybe I need to go over to Eastpointe instead.

    -D.

    Eastpointe's right down the road from me, too, D.
    It seemed to me a mixed bag, both sympthetic and (in a very nice wasy)saying men are babies! Really, though, we have seen your agony.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 27, 2006 20:16


    sharp1 write:
    Huh! BlindEinstein is simply expressing sympathy for you and all men she has experienced in her profession who've had your experience. Sheesh Man! Don't let it go to your head! (pun intended) lol

    BTW...I speak English...can anyone help me out as to what this means???
    "Sharp - Dilaudid (I think)"


    I'm betting it's Latin for "I am."
  • View author's info posted on Jun 26, 2006 23:20


    cutiepie01 write:
    Devo how is your ureter feeling this week? Is it UP and running?


    HA! Smoooooth, Cutie! LOL
  • View author's info posted on Jun 25, 2006 22:57


    Actually, my ex husband has this happen and he was in and out of the hospital for a couple months, on demerol, and it was exactly like watching a woman in labor, the doubling over, huffing, hot flashes, and he was making almost the same noise. There was nothing i knew to do, to help, other than take him to the hospital, and be there for him. When it passed, he seemed miraculously ok.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 22, 2006 01:58


    tincan write:
    so what's wrong with your foot katiegrlK2B ?

    is it stuck in your mouth ?



    Gee ... if I didn't know you were fooling, tincan, I'd be tempted to say ...

    "Better for you if it's there than somewhere in you!"

    LOL
  • View author's info posted on Jun 21, 2006 15:38


    Devoted2FindingU write:
    Let's see if I can answer all these ladies in one post.

    Tomi - no spasm for you but possibly an another unpleasant tattoo. I'll whinge if I want to it's MY thread. lol.

    Katie - re: tent poles - see head shaking from side to side. My Mom just had her 4th foot oper. make sure the doc knows what he is doing.

    blondeD. - thank you so much. Please excuse Red's shameful "Kiss It" comments. I would never say such a thing, unless you were interested, we can chat later. lmao.

    BlndEinstein - saved the best for last! A voice of reason. You are so cool and yummy too! What a great profile and loved the pics. I do hope we see more of you on the forums.

    Did I forget anybody, well it was probably intentional. lol.

    You can't fool those of us who've been here for a while, D. We've seen your bad boy side - he would say it. And your good boy side is thinking it!
  • View author's info posted on Jun 20, 2006 15:18


    blondediversion write:
    Would a "OH, You Poor Baby" help right about now?
    did I say that? Guess I did, Glad your feeling better. I had to nurse my daughter throught a few gall stone attacks. In time you too, will forget the pain.

    Hopefully that works, cuz if he says, "Kiss it and make it better" I think I'll fall off my chair!!!!

    rof already
  • View author's info posted on Jun 20, 2006 12:42


    so what's wrong with your foot katiegrlK2B ?

    is it stuck in your mouth ?

    lol..

    Given there are more bones in your foot, than in you, it would stand to reason it is one of the most 'repaired appendages'..

    hope you get to watch whatever the sawbones is doing (ie. not put under)
  • View author's info posted on Jun 20, 2006 10:49


    Would a "OH, You Poor Baby" help right about now?
    did I say that? Guess I did, Glad your feeling better. I had to nurse my daughter throught a few gall stone attacks. In time you too, will forget the pain.
  • View author's info posted on Jun 20, 2006 10:28


    Damn! I hate to have something like that coming at me at 65 mph, in the middle of an orgasm!
  • View author's info posted on Jun 20, 2006 06:40


    GrapesOfGoodHope write:
    Yes Devo, I am all right. Thank you ever so much for asking!!!

    LOL!!!
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