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Stir the melting pot : Introductions
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Jan 15th 2008

Well, you could mention that you found it and have been reading it...not that you contribute. Or hang out here all the time. See what he says. Maybe he's a lurker...

Jan 15th 2008

These are all good reasons why I don't tell Mr. Fishing about this board and my involvement with it. I couldn't bear the ridicule.

Yeah, my wife doesn't know about this new obsession and I think it will just have to remain my "secret secret".

Jan 15th 2008

Although this secret secret is plenty of fun.

Jan 15th 2008

I couldn't bear the ridicule.

Actually, you couldn't beer the ridicule.

Jan 15th 2008

My husband knows about me coming in here and he makes fun, but I often make fun of him just for his everyday actions so I guess it's just tit-for-tit.

Jan 15th 2008

It's my secret secret, too. I am unlike Ben Franklin in most ways, though, especially since I was never Preisdent.

Jan 15th 2008 edited

But you do have VD, right?

I also do not tell my wife of my time spent here, but in deceiving her, I honor her.

Jan 15th 2008

Well, sure. Who doesn't, really?

Jan 15th 2008

So, most everyone here doesn't tell their spouse about this place? It's hard to hide it from my husband, not that I've tried to. I always leave the laptop open to this page. He says he's going to come on here one day as me. That would be interesting.

Secrets, secrets are no fun. Secrets, secrets hurt someone.
That was one wise stipper.

Jan 15th 2008

I also do not tell my wife of my time spent here, but in deceiving her, I honor her.

Now I'm offically afraid to get married. Not that I have any gentleman callers right now, but I'm saying.

Jan 15th 2008

Husband knows. It's either talk about you or my book club to him, and book club meets less than once a month.

Jan 15th 2008

That was one wise stripper.

It's a shame she can never be President.

Jan 15th 2008

Oh, I've told her I go to a place sometimes where people talk about The Office. She just doesn't know how much...nor do I talk about the people in here. She does watch the show with me, and tolerates my re-watching on DVR and DVD.

Jan 15th 2008

Then you do indeed honor her. I so love that CN quote.

Jan 15th 2008

but I often make fun of him just for his everyday actions so I guess it's just tit-for-tit.

Wait a minute! "Tit for what??"

Jan 15th 2008

He says he's going to come on here one day as me. That would be interesting.

I am not certain that Mrs F hasn't already done this. I do often leave the laptop open to this page.

Jan 15th 2008 edited

Well, if you're ever start being agreeable, we'll know something's up.

edit: That sounded a little harsh. So I'll add a :)

Jan 15th 2008

If someone calling him/herself "DftF" ever comes on waxing eloquent over the brilliance of S3 and what a great dramatic decision it was to have Pam and Roy get back together we'll definitely know what's happening. :-)

Jan 15th 2008

Or if DftF starts complaining about all the drink cans all over the house.

Jan 15th 2008

Or if he starts liking the idea of peeing into cans.

Jan 15th 2008

Or if he's really a giraffe.

Jan 15th 2008

Sometimes when the conversations get really great around here, I'll tell Mr. TO about a few things that are going on here. Then he always says, "I need to go on there and talk about Jim and Pam (or whatever the subject's about). I tell him that he doesn't know anything about it and the people here are really smart so he says that he's going to sign up as "Mr. Know it all." He actually did have me create an account for him but he hasn't showed his face yet. Just be forewarned that when someone comes on here under the guise of Mr. Know it all, it's really Mr. TO who doesn't know anything (about what we talk about) so be nice to him.

He really is a great guy even though I don't always give him credit for it. If this were a science-fiction board, then he would know everything and I would know diddly-squat.

Jan 15th 2008

TO: Tell him that we're already fully stocked with Mr. (and Ms.) Know it alls, so he might start to feel a tad redundant. :-)

That being said, encourage him to come out of lurkdom! The more the merrier.

Jan 15th 2008

Sometimes when the conversations get really great around here, I'll tell Mr. TO about a few things that are going on here.

I'm afraid if I did that my wife would look at me like I had grown another head.

Jan 15th 2008

If Mrs F really did come around here . . . is there a way to whisper on the internet? Because that's what she does -- especially if she's pissed you off, and all you want in the world is for her to raise her voice so you don't feel like a bully when you do it yourself, then she'll be really super quiet. And she can push buttons like a mofo. But she'd find a way of seeming quiet even if you weren't mad at her. It's not that she's shy; it's just that her voice doesn't even go to seven, let alone eleven.

Jan 16th 2008

Okay so there's this new kid, Stonybloke, poking around the threads. Welcome and bienvenue to you, new kid. Please introduce yourself in this Introduction thread and stir up the NA melting pot a bit.

Jan 16th 2008

I have some questions about how the British gallon and the American gallon became so wildly divergent that are waiting, so chop-chop!

Jan 16th 2008

Um, cheerio, mate!

Jan 16th 2008

I have some questions about how the British gallon and the American gallon became so wildly divergent that are waiting, so chop-chop!

Just use litres. They're all the same, no matter which country you're in.

Jan 16th 2008

Just use litres.

I think you mean "lighters," MB, as I've never heard of something called "litres." Totally different thing.

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