There Comes A Time In Every Man`s Life... [Pic]

Submitted by: Draculya 4 years ago in Funny

...when you have to man the f*ck up
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Male 130
Unusual, but perfectly formed contraction. "I would have".
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Male 317
I`d`ve? Hmm
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Male 6,227
~squirrel applause for Sutra`s story~ =^.^=
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Female 3,696
This is what nightmares are made of.
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Male 15,832
[quote]there are a couple of worse things i could think of[/quote]
Yeah, he could have had a lobster in his helmet, or maybe a weasel.
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Female 2,549
A small bat flew in the house
My strategy was to climb the tallest furniture screaming like I was on fire. When I realized the folly of putting my face directly into its flight path; i dove and landed my chin on the chair and took the bowl of Gazpacho with me.
That bat actually hovered, looking quite concerned before he left the way it came in.
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Male 543
plurals and possessives? kill yourselves
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Male 543
there are a couple of worse things i could think of
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Male 1,268
"@HolyGod: Apostrophes aren`t ever used for plurals."

Incorrect.
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Male 2,516
@HolyGod: Apostrophes aren`t ever used for plurals.
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Male 11,740
I`d have been dead in that situation too. Of course I wouldn`t have been on the motorcycle in the first place.
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Male 2,988
i probably would have just crashed the bike into a wall, take the bastard with you.

i find this tactic works too:

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Male 926
@Holy God and BaconPie

You guys are retarded.
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Male 8,132
Bacon Pie

"Is I`d`ve plural possessive or plural possessive possessive?"

Is that a serious question? Apostrophes aren`t just for plurals and possessives. They are also used for contractions such as I`d (I would) and would`ve (would have). This, apparently is a conjunction of I Would Have, which is neither plural or possessive in any way.
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Male 7,123
ferdyfred,

Your British reserve left you? Hand in your passport and accent and leave at once.
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Male 1,586
I was driving down the street one night and a spider started to drop from the ceiling right in front of my eyes. It got me a bit but then I just gave a clap and called it a night.
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Male 13,624
I had such a `moment` on a beach a couple of years ago, had a wasp fly up my shorts, terror and panic filled my soul, and for some reason the British reserve left me as I promptly ripped my shorts off to release the beast from my bellhousing. Only realizing my below decks was in view to a number of beach lovers. twas muchly embarrassing
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Female 7,866
LordJim has it- if only because it was a sudanese crawly- aand god knows what they do to ones bits.....
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Male 3,061
Is I`d`ve plural possessive or plural possessive possessive?
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Male 886
Had jehovas witness at my door and saw mormons down the street and I had to leave to go meet my girlfriend with whom I was having sinful relations with....

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Male 2,468
A beetle in your joy department...that would cause me some distress I have to say.
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Male 7,123
Many years ago when I was a teacher in a small town in Sudan I left my modest quarters and set off for work. Just as a gaggle of schoolgirls walked by I realised I was not alone in my trousers. The 50 yard walk back took all the self control I could muster.

Turned out to a harmless brown beetle, but something chitinous and muli-legged approaching one`s tackle trumps a damn spider in a helmet.
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Male 2,376
ya i woke up one night with a scrachy chest.. goto scratch and grab giant wolf spider.. i could have screamed like a girl and jumped outa bed..
drat that i squished him in my hand through on the floor and went back to sleep
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Male 12,138
Been there. Only it was a wasp, not a spider. And I hate those bastards.
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Male 1,793
p()ssy...
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Male 14,834
Link: There Comes A Time In Every Man`s Life... [Pic] [Rate Link] - ...when you have to man the f*ck up
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