Im just a nigga with a rocket launcher
ay, ask me a question and i'll answer, if I don't have an answer, well then fuck you for making it a difficult question lol
Breakup Insurance Policy
@nutellabiggoat Actually there needs to be a relationship agreement. With the following clauses, as proposed by Sheldon:
Section 4: Booboos and ouchies - Amy must help Sheldon when he has a small injury (like a splinter).
Section 5: Hand Holding - Hand holding is only allowed under the following circumstances:
A: Either party is in danger of falling off of a cliff, precipice, or ledge.
B: Either party is deserving of a hearty handshake after winning a Nobel Prize.
Moral support during flu shots. (As of the end of the fifth season, this section no longer applies since Sheldon and Amy have started to hold hands, though it annoys Sheldon).
According to the codicil of the Relationship Agreement neither party is allowed to pout or be moody on date night.
Notable exception: In "The Countdown Reflection" (S5E24), while watching Howard's rocket launch into space, Sheldon worries about Howard because he does not trust Russian technology (with good reason as the rocket ship actually has a gas leak and Russians aren't trustworthy) and for comfort he grabs and holds Amy's hand, seemingly without realizing he had done so.
Sheldon and Amy's Date Night is every second Thursday of the month and, in the case of there being five Thursdays in a month, Date Night will be on the third Thursday instead.
It is not specified whether it is in the agreement or not, but Sheldon and Amy have a "Girlfriend/Boyfriend Sing-Along Night".
Amy must give a 72-hour-notice to Sheldon in advance of a trip. Additionally, she must also check the tire pressure and call the Centers for Disease Control to ask which shots they would recommend for the trip.
On the two-year anniversary of their first date, they must go to a nice restaurant and hold conversation and have physical contact in a manner that onlookers would perceive as affectionate/intimate.
Separate sections on career changes, financial instability and what happens if there is an intelligent dog uprising. In the last one Sheldon and Amy plan to betray the human race.
Each party is also required to take care of the other when they are sick as in "The Fish Guts Displacement" (S06E10).
Sheldon and Amy must kiss only on date nights.
Either party must not undergo cosmetic surgery unless it's to look like a Klingon, as seen in "The Bachelor Party Corrosion" (S9E13).
There is a “no nostalgia” clause.
What's the craziest thing you've done so far?
Sorry, this took me awhile, it's long so I wouldn't blame you all for skipping it, haha.
I wouldn't say that I have done many crazy things. I was a very shy and timid kid, plus I was raised in a church environment. However, I have experienced some pretty crazy things, especially after I joined the military at 19. Right now it is a toss up between getting shot at by survivors of hurricane Katrina in 2005 (while we were trying to save them) or experiencing the "Bloodiest Month" in Iraq in 2004. I am going to go with "Bloodiest Month."
Be advised, this story is about war.
The story starts with us soldiers doing what we do best, dumb shit. Our Brigade Sergeant Major, CSM Snapper (as we called him), put us on a detail to dig fox holes and hasty firing positions on the perimeter of the airfield. We were one month in country and had the occasional mortar and rockets shot at us. Someone (may be me) had just made the comment that we were probably going to get shelled again right where we were digging. Just then, we heard the infamous “fhump” sound which indicated we about to be hit with mortars. However, it wasn’t one “fhump" it was dozens. We all stopped and waited. The whole FOB (forward observation base) went silent except for the whistling of incoming rounds. It was loud and we all knew they were on top of us.
The next thing I remember was a round landing 10 feet in front of me. It was a dud (or wouldn't be writing this story) but the impact was still great enough to throw me into my foxhole (grave). I didn't pass out but everything went black, I saw stars, my eardrums popped, and my back felt like it tore in two. My ears were ringing and then I felt someone grab the handle on my IBA (body armor) and pulled me out of the hole. I opened my eyes but all I saw was dust, everyone was on the ground. The next thing I remember was someone helping me up. I noticed my M-16 got all twisted in the sling. I was still rubbing the dirt from my eyes and saw everyone running to the bunkers, some people were being carried. I took a step but my back felt like it was going to split open; I took a knee. Someone came up from behind and put their arm around me for support. I still couldn't hear very well but they kept pointing to their gun and then to mine. I realized they were trying to tell me to “go to red status.” Basically, lock and load, safety on semi.
My hearing was starting to come back once I was in the dark bunker. The ground kept shaking from the impact of more rounds. Rocks and other debris were hitting the side of our bunker. All the radios were screaming with reports; everyone was calling for medics. Then my heart sank as I heard small arms fire; I knew the enemy was in the FOB. I never so hopeless but I looked down and my rifle and everyone else the bunker. I assumed they mirrored my expression and we all knew this is what what we signed up for, we were ready. But then we heard angels in the form Longbow Apaches; they were our aircraft, cavalry birds. Then the unmistakable sound of nightmares, the 30 Mike Mike, chain gun. The insurgents were liquefied in matter of minutes. I peered out the bunker opening and watched our scout birds (Kiowa) firing rockets in the distance. It was over faster than it started, I put my selector switch to safe on my rifle. It was silent except the non-stop radio chatter. Troops were calling in dismemberments, gunshot wounds, and every other horrible injury you can imagine that you have seen in a video game or movie.
Over a dozen people died in the “Bloodiest Month" on the Warriors Brigade FOB in 2004 and countless others were injured. The worst part about this incident was the next day when we just went back to doing what we were doing before. We honored our fallen but life continued and the mission never stopped. We all knew this was our life for the next 11 months. Thank you for reading.
Wanna know about SpaceX. Anyone available?
Share views on spacex.
Their tech for cheap rockets
How can we make TalkWithStranger Better? Suggestions, feedback, bugs ?
Looks like TWS, has another global chat, which is based on Rocket Chat. But looks like it doesn't work. Is this known problem?
is math related to science
Guys it’s not rocket science. Just look up Katy Perry “is math related to science”. Know your memes people
Talk dirty to me
I really like to look at my mom working out by using the ab rocket. I like it when she raises up her shirt and start feeling her belly. She even has a outie bellybutton.