you're never going to guess what it is so i would recommend giving up lol. only Gordon knows where I live
You think Chef Ramsay would give it to me if I asked politely enough?
Ima send 100 smol finches your way.>>394480
No one's ever gonna match up to the guy who drinks the ambrosia of meads every Friday Night.
So enjoy what they have instead.
>>394507>If I pass the oral test,
Well you have a lot of experience with oral so you should do fine.
Same can go for food.
Only reason why I miss my job at noodles and company. I knew how to make my own food exactly how I liked it
I need the source to that music
What a crummy way to send off an old friend.
Not even a single hug. Rude dude.
That really sucks, sorry for your loss
Poor baby, I hope your fond memories last forever.
My condolences man, it's rough going losing someone like that.
wen day is dark alway rember happy day
never forget ttimes wen u feeled happy
He went out the best way possible. It's all I could ask for. Or at least it's all I should ask for. It was just so sudden. He was up and walking around, talking, cooking, cleaning all just fine. Then suddenly the next morning he's gone.
5 of the things I begged the world to give me in his final hours
1.He's at home
2.He passes in his sleep
3. He's still able to cook and clean for himself
4. I get to see him before he goes
5. He dies with dignity.
Ever since I was at the VA and saw the old guy in the room next to my gramps when he had a TIA, I saw a broken old man in a near vegetative state with barely any quality of life and no dignity to him. I was terrified gramps would become that.
But he never did. He was still able to smile and laugh heartily.
I think about that night, and wonder if I had acted differently when he mentioned his stomach pains, could I have saved him.
But I know that the answer was no. Had I done that, his biggest fear would've came true, and I'll always be thankful that I didn't. Because his time of death was no more than an hour after I said goodnight to him.