I can count on one hand the number of times I've dropped a load at work. It has to be emergency situations. I can only think of one time. I was in court in London and dropping a huge load and then these two guys came in and were talking law talk. I don't know if they were barristers or witnesses or what. But then the one says to the other, "Oh, God, that's bad" or words to that effect.
Well, yeah. It's the toilets. People defecate in them. Sometimes. Personally, only when I really, really have to. It's not a social club.
In fact, now that I think of it, that was the third toilet that I went to in a desperate search to find an empty public restroom. I ran all over the court going to every toilet looking for an empty one. If one turned out to have people in it, I would just wash my hands and leave (so it looks like that's what I went there to do).
How about spanking it at work? I have to say, the thought never even occured to me until I read such a question on a message board. I've never done it and have no desire to. You should probably see a doctor if your urges are that great.
Wow. Just doing a little research. People defecate between 3 and 21 times a week. I suspect that I'm on the low end, although, back when I was doing by Twitter defecating, I realised that I defecate on average once a day. I think it's like two or three days I won't go but then I'll go a couple times in one day and it makes up for it.
But 21 times a week? Three times a day, every day? What a life that must be. You can never be too far from a toilet. Constantly wiping. Toilet paper bill must be through the roof.
How crazy that nobody else works. What are they doing with their time?
I think I saw that Sleepyflower got some computer job in Taiwan. Previously, he was "teaching" English. Yeah, I think so. Good for him.
I see some of these homos on Youtube "teaching" English in Japan or where ever for ten years. Dude...just get a proper job. You must speak the language by now. Get a job as a salaryman. Wouldn't that be 100 times more interesting than this "teaching" crap that young people do for beer money?
I was watching an interview with King Kong Bundy and soon ended up watching an interview with Kamala. He had his legs amputated a few years ago. I knew this. But the interview was from before that. He was working as a truck driver. Said that he never made much money. He wasn't a businessman. Wasn't a smart guy. So he was taken advantage of.
I can believe it. He doesn't seem a particularly shrewd guy. But he was saying that he was told that his merchandise wasn't selling. I find it hard to believe, as he did. He had a good gimmick. Lends itself well to action figures. Not that I can think of any Kamala action figures.
Oh, no. There was. Wow. They even had the old rubber LJN toys of him. I thought that that was way before his time. It was a figure released in 1987. Kamala was in the WWF in 1987? I would have guessed that he entered in probably 1991 at the earliest.
Anyway, I always enjoyed using his character in Fire Pro Wrestling. Although, I think that character (who was from Fire Pro Wrestling 2 for the GBA, I think) was actually based on Kamala II aka the Botswana Beast, who is a different guy. Same exact gimmick, same paint, everything. He wrestled mostly in Japan and did some indy stuff in the US. There are also videos of him teaming up with Kimala, though, so there couldn't have been that much animosity between them.
Tough to find information on him. There's rumours that he died. Ben Peacock is his name.
I also found out that the daughter from That 70s Show died. I didn't watch that show in prime time but I watched it in reruns a few years later. I can't say that I was a fan but it was watchable. I enjoyed it for what it was. I can't really relate to stoner culture or having a bunch of friends or making out with the ladies but it had its moments, I guess.
So this girl was on the show for a couple of years and then I guess became an alcoholic so they fired her. She married some guy 20 years older than her. Some run ins with the police. Then she died of a drug overdose while in a rehabilitation facility in 2013. Hard to believe that she was 42.
The problem is that I haven't been watching American television in 15 years almost so my memory of all these great American thespians is forever locked in 2005. The way they looked in 2005, that's how they still look to me.
Then I see modern day Conan O'Brien or something and it's a shock.
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