Grown adult men who are playing games on their mobile.
Actually, I must confess to doing that on the bus or train sometimes. If I have a book, I'll read that or I'll read the news app on my phone. However, if I've read all the news that interests me, I'll open up Angry Birds and play a game or two.Grown adult men who are playing games on their mobile.
i do too, mostly because i find it hard to keep my attention on reading in public because i'm usually too drawn in by the crazy fruit loops around me.Actually, I must confess to doing that on the bus or train sometimes. If I have a book, I'll read that or I'll read the news app on my phone. However, if I've read all the news that interests me, I'll open up Angry Birds and play a game or two.
Angry Birds?! That dates you. Late 2000s or 2010.Actually, I must confess to doing that on the bus or train sometimes. If I have a book, I'll read that or I'll read the news app on my phone. However, if I've read all the news that interests me, I'll open up Angry Birds and play a game or two.
Rambo Thruth doghouse
alright, there is an active member around, who is hacking accounts, right? he get's away with it, right? sometimes, it feels like it is wanted, right?
actually, this should be a delicate situation, but it is obviously not, right?
au contraire, you guys call me out as the aggressor and I disturb the harmony of the forum, right?
I really wish you well with this strategy. it is one of a kind, period.
btw, I do and will not follow any of foxes advices, this shit is just too plain stupid and/or low-key, sorry for that.
I can see a "sabbatical" from DW as my interests are not covered and my interests in a clothing forum with a social affairs department are contrary to the rest of the audience.
my last island would be the "what's on your plate"- thread as I had pita with graved salmon and poured me cremant brut rose. probably not the pedestrian taste of some around here. maybe the only thing doghouse and I agree on. self-employment gives you the freedom of good-food, instant gratifications and lots of fun. check that out guys.
sure, this is a very good explanation. just because this might be the case, one is just trying to find out and struts around with his knowledge. very reasonable, many thanks.there isn't a professional hacker. you're just a dope who can't understand what a strong password is.
That's a fashion in the UK, middle aged dudes in street wear and short trousers walking the dog in the middle of winter. Not hipsters, folk that you would have classed as quite normal years ago.^Definitely fashion over function.
Here in Australia in winter, you see hipsters walking around with a beanie, scarf, big beard, jumper, jeans... and thongs (ie rubber flip-flops) on their feet.
If it's cold enough for a beanie and/or a scarf, then surely it's cold enough to wear proper shoes!
Its big in Oz to wear crappy cargo shorts and thongs in winter and a puffy jacket on top - cos its cold.That's a fashion in the UK, middle aged dudes in street wear and short trousers walking the dog in the middle of winter. Not hipsters, folk that you would have classed as quite normal years ago.
Still using the lift? I'm using the stairs with latex gloves on. The Accountant got the fear of lifts too, he was following me at the allotted distance last week. All academic now as I'm working from home until I sign-off the accounts next week.Two black people. One is speaking French so I don't know - Ivory Coast, Haitian, whatever. Anyway, I'm going up in the lift. I let a man exit with proper distance. Then I go up to the third floor. It stops on the second floor and the two blacks come in and she continues her mobile conversation, presses a lower floor and rides the lift with me to my floor before going down again. This must be the antithesis of social distance.
Well, to be fair, one could say precisely the same about the vast majority of casual clothing nowadays. Virtually all of it has some sort of branding on it and, in many cases, the more or larger the branding the better!Otherwise the club should pay you to wear them.
It was just dress-up before, now he's back in his den. He'll be breaking out the proletarian lager before too long.What makes people give up their routine? What makes people give into their own standards? Said peer always had a jacket and a pocket square so I am even more baffled.
It is simple. You continue to dress as you do because you are still going to the office. Plus, you wear business formal to sporting matches. I think only Monkeyface dressed to the level of formality that you do outside of work. I think he had a permanent crease sewn into his PJs.It has been about four weeks since my company shifted to working remotely - save the few people in the office including myself. The discussion of staying connected and everything keeps coming up. It's ironic because before this happened, employees moaned about not having work/life balance and wanting to work remotely. Now they have it they feel disconnected and moan about lack of collaboration.
Anyway, one of my peers was doing small talk about this and he said do telephone calls, do video calls - although since it all happened he stopped shaving and doesn't even bother to change out of what he slept in so maybe it's not a good idea. Meanwhile I am still shaving, fixing my hair, wearing a suit and tie to work every day.
What makes people give up their routine? What makes people give into their own standards? Said peer always had a jacket and a pocket square so I am even more baffled.
That doesn't explain the lack of shaving.But he has made a change that resonates with his view of his world amidst a world gone crazy by pandemic.
Do you know what your colleague normally wears at home? Does he continue to sport the jacket and PS until dinner? Until he turns in or does he remove the uniform as soon as he gets home for something more casual?
What have the others who are still coming into the office do with respect to their attire? Has it changed?
Either he is the outlier or you are.
I guess that why you probably don't understand playoff beards. Same thing.That doesn't explain the lack of shaving.
Others who are coming into the office are dressed as they used to dress - that is poorly.
It's not so much a discussion of whether you change to adapt to new environmental conditions or you let new environmental conditions change you.
It's more a topic of giving in and the defeatist I give up attitude that is alarming.