Any Luck Buddy

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  1. That poor greaseball
  2. the box should read “North African American”
  3. Seeing as how ambition would quit the day before he was owed the retention bonus, I think you are safe doing the opposite.
  4. If they weren’t smart enough to prevent you from chewing and screwing, you shouldn’t be dumb enough not to do it
  5. Best of luck to her. Hopefully you have that fancy insurance that covers the extra sticky duct tape
  6. I will wait for are Andy Capp expert to tell me what to think
  7. A couple of dinks catching a couple of dinks. Nice day at a popular north shore beach not frequented by massholes.
  8. Yeah it almost makes me want to switch to a cauliflower crust. Almost
  9. We’re only massholes to balloon knots! Glad you enjoyed your stay. Beautiful area.
  10. A’pizz, extra gluten. 7 year old logic. Let’s not make one pepperoni and one cheese, let’s make two half and half
  11. Now they’ve done it! The last LGBTQ safe space, the public restrooms of Provincetown, have officially been closed. Temporarily. Provincetown declared a sewer emergency on Thursday, urging residents and businesses in a portion of the town to “drastically reduce flow” into the wastewater system while repairs are underway on the downtown sewer system. “Any restaurant or food service business in this service area will need to cease operations immediately,” the town said. “This is necessary to prevent a further public health emergency caused by sewer overflows, and we need to drastically reduce flow to allow the critical repair work in order to get the town back to full capacity. Any residential property on this system must reduce water use, including dishwashing, laundry, showering, and only flush when absolutely necessary.” All public restrooms will be closed in Provincetown on Thursday and Friday, but officials said 18 porta potties will arrive by around 11 a.m. on Ryder Street next to town hall.