@Kinney: Yeah, got the game on saturday.. have not played it since tho, only did the first two missions. I just don't have had the urge to play it more, hope that urge comes soon.
@Kap. Yeah, i've tried searching for lives on ebay, but i couldn't find any good ones.. But yeah, i've had a way to high postcount here the last week..
Horse****. women could understand men easy if they didnt ****ing over analyze every ****ing thing. i had two different girls ask me within ten minutes what i was thinking about. honestly im thinkin i want a beer and get laid. this girl is mad at me because i withheld info that honestly isnt any of her ****ing business to prevent hurting her feelings. now she is pissed as **** at me. i explained that i did it to not hurt her feelings, and guess what, im a bigger asshole. ****ing chicks.
Ah, here's a bit of advice: next time a girl asks you what you're thinking about remember that honesty is the best policy. Go ahead and tell her "well, actually I was thinking a beer and some skippycanoe would really hit the spot right now". The bold statement of male truth will disarm her and leave her speechless (and we all know how guys really desire women not talking so much). Also, it is a great way to discover if a woman really, really cares about you -- if she does she will learn to not get offended by your poop stories and declarations of ***/sammich desire; it may even become a bit of an inside joke for the two of you (which will make her feel special, as she is privy to your innermost desires). If you don't care for her and it is not a luuuv situation, then she will be offended and stalk off, which is also winning for you, no?
On the other hand, I've noticed that while men don't ask that sort of question often, when they do it's best to use diplomacy. Most get their feelings hurt by bold declarations of truth such as: well sweetheart, I was honestly thinking that the way you "fixed" our patio was pretty shoddy and that has me a bit po'd. Not a good move on a woman's part, which is probably the reason why we ask you how you're feeling/what you're thinking...so we can find a delicate way to broach the topic.