Russell Allan
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Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?

Started this discussion. Last reply by R. Max Sep 20, 2013. 130 Replies

Hey guys -- I have a dark brown briefcase/bag. Does it go with a dark grey suit but black belt and shoes? Or would it be better to have a black bag (or brown belt/shoes)? Or does it even matter…Continue

"I am your friend" or "you are my friend"?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dino Silone Sep 21, 2013. 9 Replies

To most people, there might be no difference between a (best) friend saying to you "I am your friend" or "you are my friend". But I've been thinking of the possible differences between the two, and…Continue

 

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Dino Silone replied to Russell Allan's discussion "I am your friend" or "you are my friend"?
"I thought about this for a while, and realized that neither sounds quite right to me.  I think that the way I usually say it, and the way it's usually said to me is "We're friends."  It kind of expresses the reciprocal…"
Sep 21, 2013
Chuck Knight replied to Russell Allan's discussion "I am your friend" or "you are my friend"?
"It recognizes the inherent asymmetry of most friendships.  Subtle, but telling.  Nice."
Sep 21, 2013
Rob replied to Russell Allan's discussion "I am your friend" or "you are my friend"?
"I hope that just means that you do have friends who have difficulty expressing friendship, which is still sad, but not tragic. I used to be repressive of anything associated with stong feelings, but then I realized that making people feel valued…"
Sep 21, 2013
R. Max replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"CHICK FIGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHT!"
Sep 20, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"It was about 16 y'arns ago I think."
Sep 20, 2013
N. Vest replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"Personally I work a grave shift in tech support. In other words I spend way too much time online. You'd be suprised the stuff I can find relevant images/gifs for. "
Sep 20, 2013
David F. replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"First the bath photo now this?  Do you guys just have these stored in a file for quick use on every discussion that spans over 8 pages? :) "
Sep 20, 2013
David F. replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"We had a thread on the metric system?"
Sep 20, 2013
David F. replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"Well said (as usual) Rebekah. "
Sep 20, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"Oh shiiiiiit!!! "
Sep 20, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"Or Hans and Frans.  "We will pump *hand-clap* you up!""
Sep 20, 2013
Native Son replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"Achtung!  Grammar/spelling polizei herein!"
Sep 20, 2013
Carl Monster replied to Russell Allan's discussion "I am your friend" or "you are my friend"?
"Either way they'd get me bawling because no one ever has told me either one of those before."
Sep 20, 2013
N. Vest replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"Curse you, now it's stuck in my head"
Sep 20, 2013
N. Vest replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"INTERNET FIGHT! "
Sep 20, 2013
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Russell Allan's discussion Brown briefcase/bag, but black belt shoes?
"Read it in the voice of Arnold. Epic shit right there."
Sep 19, 2013

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