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So, I just graduated.

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Sneed, Jun 1, 2009.

  1. Sneed

    Sneed Guest

    I graduated from college last weekend.

    The fiancee graduated from college this weekend.

    At the future Mrs. Sneed's graduation dinner, I say, "Man, it's weird, we're all graduated and grown up and stuff. We're not college kids anymore."

    Without missing a beat, the future father-in-law says, "Yeah, now you're just unemployed."

    Found that funny, felt like sharing. That is all.
  2. KevinmH9

    KevinmH9 Active Member

    That's the cue to drink heavily.
  3. Barsuk

    Barsuk Active Member

  4. sportschick

    sportschick Active Member

    I think that might be the wrong que.
  5. Point of Order

    Point of Order Active Member

    You should have told him you already had the inside edge on an executive position -- President of Shaggin' Your Daughter. [/ Leon from Curb]
  6. KevinmH9

    KevinmH9 Active Member

    It was a joke.

    Did I really need the blue font?
  7. Barsuk

    Barsuk Active Member

    What was the punchline?
  8. KevinmH9

    KevinmH9 Active Member

    Not really much of a punchline. In the light of layoffs, etc.; I was merely kidding that, if someone were to tell me that I'm nothing more than just another person to add to the list of those unemployed, I'd be pretty upset by it.

    Sure, it's reality, but I'm not telling him to literally go drink himself stupid.
  9. Point of Order

    Point of Order Active Member

    From Webster's

    Main Entry:
    probably from qu, abbreviation (used as a direction in actors' copies of plays) of Latin quando when

    1 a: a signal (as a word, phrase, or bit of stage business) to a performer to begin a specific speech or action b: something serving a comparable purpose

    Main Entry:

  10. dooley_womack1

    dooley_womack1 Well-Known Member

    Outing alert: Sneed is really Donna Martin.
  11. Barsuk

    Barsuk Active Member

    No, I'm good with that part. Perfectly good advice. But the word is "cue."
  12. sportschick

    sportschick Active Member

    You do realize you spelled cue wrong, and that's what we're mocking you for, right?
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