What to do when you are bored at work.......


Kimber...can you lend me a thesarus one too? -- I need to look up a phrase he said..."aerating your..." WHASSAT AGAIN????:hang3:

sorry JJ...just jokin' matey....:biggrin:
 

Hey My Fellow Verbal Scholars: Just tryin to raise the level of verbal intercourse among our readers; besides, it gave me a chance to use a bunch of words that I have never used before and, in reciting them, it gave me a chance to clear my sinuses. Even when I wrote the word "sprightly" it made me want to put a tutu on and see if I can CC. Just kidding. Now we can get back to serious stuff that does not include confuscation.
 
I must say, Kelcarry, that confuscation leaves me bewildered and unsure what to do. :biggrin:

Oh and by the by, if ya'll took a class at Front Sight, you'd know what "thorasic cavity" meant; it's standard issue terminology out there. So, you learn defensive tactics and increase your vocabulary at the same time. What a deal!
 
Hey My Fellow Verbal Scholars: Just tryin to raise the level of verbal intercourse among our readers; besides, it gave me a chance to use a bunch of words that I have never used before and, in reciting them, it gave me a chance to clear my sinuses. Even when I wrote the word "sprightly" it made me want to put a tutu on and see if I can CC. Just kidding. Now we can get back to serious stuff that does not include confuscation.

"confuscation" Wat's dat?
 
Somone said on it on here before but you can always go into the bathroom stall and practice dry firing:biggrin:

Would that be in the stall or out in the open facing the door? j/k! NOT a good way to develop good co-worker relations? :sarcastic::biggrin::laugh::biggrin::sarcastic:
 
I must say, Kelcarry, that confuscation leaves me bewildered and unsure what to do. :biggrin:

Oh and by the by, if ya'll took a class at Front Sight, you'd know what "thorasic cavity" meant; it's standard issue terminology out there. So, you learn defensive tactics and increase your vocabulary at the same time. What a deal!

Sounds like a medical term.
 
Sounds like a medical term.

Tis. And they also teach a "failure to stop" shot placement to the "ocular-cranial cavity".

Thorasic cavity = the chest cavity where all the important organs (lungs, heart) reside.

Ocular cranial cavity = a roughly rectangular area from the eyebrows to the upper lip. No points for head shots to the forehead or mouth.
 

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