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Questions.

- Why does our wireless network always falter when the landlord is on holiday, so we can't reset the modem?
- Why am I working six days this week, two of which are even double shifts?
- Why have I still not received the money I was promised for the musical I starred in last year?
- Shall I take a break and fly to UK or France, even though I don't have the money?
- How the heck did I get a dent at the underside of my car which will cost me 1000 Euros to get repaired?
- Why am I writing this list and not doing something useful?
- Why isn't the pope dead yet?
- Why does our prime minister look like Harry Potter?
- Why did the US people vote for another term of Dubya Bush?
- Can we still save the ozone layer?
- Did anyone actually read this?

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duty_honour
Feb. 25th, 2005 06:38 pm (UTC)
- Move the coffee cup from the router....you never know!
- Because you enjoy your job? Alternatively you need the money...
- Because you haven't chased them enough for it!
- YES! UK is nice this time of year ;)
- Because you ran over something (or someone)!
- This is useful....its entertaining me!
- We have all been wondering this one for years...welcome to the club!
- Harry Potter had to get a job somewhere after leaving school
- Only 51% voted for him....the other 49% are saying sorry
- Not personally, I appear to have lost my ozone repair kit!
- Perhaps, not sure, could be asleep.......

Look on the bright side....You aren't alone

*Hugs and Kisses*

caniche
Feb. 25th, 2005 08:18 pm (UTC)
I read it, but I cannot answer all of them ;) But question 4 and 5, hmm.... better pay the dent.

Or, if you don't give a damn about the dent, take the 1000 euro and fly to UK/France!
thaily
Feb. 25th, 2005 08:39 pm (UTC)
- Why isn't the pope dead yet?

Give it time, won't be long now.
Maybe God just doesn't want him up there :P
lady_93
Feb. 25th, 2005 10:29 pm (UTC)
I read it :)
I believe the answer the question 1 can be found in Murphy's Law ("When something can only be fixed by one person, it will break when that person is not around to fix it").
I didn't know you could dent the bottom of your car... but in that case, I should get mine checked too :)
While we're at it, can I add more questions? Why do we always want things that can't possibly be "good" FOR us? Is it because these things generally feel good TO us? Is it because there's something sexy about wanting something you shouldn't want, especially if you end up getting it?
Also, why is it that you start to get a muscle cramp right when you're on the verge of an orgasm, which ends up throwing you off?

:-)
rob_d
Feb. 26th, 2005 12:55 am (UTC)
Re: I read it :)
Well, the dent is in the bar below the front passenger door. It's one of the toughest metal parts on the car since it has to carry the weight. That's why it's so bloody expensive to get it repaired.

Why do we always want things that can't possibly be "good" FOR us?
Because secretly we are all sinners on the inside, looking for a little excitement. We won't rob a jewelry store and can't make a love potion that will make your dreamguy/girl fall in love with you, so we look for other ways to satisfy that side of us that wants to do something which is considered bad. Even if it's only stuffing yourself with a tub of ice cream.

And to answer your second question (Too Much Info alert ;)
I sometimes get muscle cramp in my leg immediately after the good part, which makes it VERY painful to stretch it. But as to why.... maybe because you're standing/sitting/laying wrong?
wickedoll
Feb. 25th, 2005 11:33 pm (UTC)
Life is tough and then you die?
*grins*
Seriously, I am going through that stage myself.. The "Why do I keep doing this even though it is painful" stage.
All I can say is that in the end, something good is bound to happen.

As for Baby Bush? Give it time, he will hang himself.
And for the Pope? Ditto... just not the hang himself part.
rob_d
Feb. 26th, 2005 12:57 am (UTC)
Mmmm, what if Dubya hanged the Pope? SCANDAL! :D
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