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people going for a wee before they go out somewhere
unless it's something really expensive, or like a plate that is the straw that breaks the camels back
eg A woman has been strong through her husband cheating on her, her dad/child dying, being diagnosed with some sort of horrendous thing and then only breaking down and crying when they drop a mug or plate doing the washing up.
In which both parties and their friends and families have a nice day and are generally quite happy about the whole thing.
Where you don't know anyone that well but felt obliged to accept the invite, and there's no free bar and it's just a bit dull.
Finishing off their pints in the pub
This is all a bit Russel Howard, isn't it?
probably...also they never recognise people, so they can't say hang on! you used to bein
I spend hours waiting - queues, traffic jams, at the bar.
Also: no-one on TV types on their PC/laptop like I do - they're all like RSA grade 3 speed
is when someone has called/texted them. They never check it and find nothing has been received
mostly in teen drama either before or after someone's going on a date ('omg why hasn't she texted yet??')
sometimes it can be a shortcut to imply something is wrong with a relationship ('he's been out for hours and hasn't texted? he must be cheating!!!!!')
in general, these conversations will occur when the people in question are hanging around with close friends, who are wondering why they keep checking their phones
Hence I've never seen this happen
You know, the last few exchanges of
'yeah, see you'
On telly they just get the relevant plot point then hang up.
accident. Conversations are all very well structured
and then retracing your steps to remember
every time you use your computer