So he figured that perhaps an advertisement for someone completely bonkers would yield better results.
Hopefully some alien with a flat or square-ish lumbar found this listing, and finally found a piece of furniture they could be comfortable with. I need a challenge, something to get the adrenaline pumping again. The Rice Robot you maybe thought that was a good idea. Thankfully, a resident of Asheville spotted the ham, and reported its condition to its owner, who was probably very worried.
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An addiction would be nice, but, in short, I need a nemesis. Complacency will be the death of me.” The best part? I have to give this person credit, and acknowledge this as a joke because he’s obviously a fan of “Hyperbole and a Half“. He knew someone would get a good laugh out of this. “It’s in worse shape than it was when I saw it last night, perhaps due to the rain or a random vagrant gnawing on it.
I’m willing to pay 0 up front for you services as an arch enemy over the next six months. Steal my parking space, knock my coffee over, trip me when Im running to catch the BART and occasionaly whisper in my ear, “Ahha, we meet again”. It’s a 6 month gig, but a quality nemesis might get an extension. First, kudos to this person for not only giving their cat a birthday party, but for getting their cat to wear a party hat long enough for a picture to be taken. The browned fat on the outside isn’t so deliciously crispy looking this morning.