The Grass was Greener

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The Grass was Greener

Postby 20bolt » Fri Mar 15, 2013 9:32 pm

So I recently moved to NY for work.

I know you guys like to gripe about Mass Gov., but after living in NY for 6 months here is what I found.

Whatever government you have, you know that Big Brother is Watching You.

- In Mass, it was a the kind of big brother that would lecture you after coming to drive you home after you drank too much at a party, or make you eat your vegetables, or stop you from chasing a ball into traffic... On occasion, a little overbearing, but generally benevolent.

- In New York, I am living with a big brother walks up behind you and says "Hey, Look at this!" When you turn,

WHAM!!!! :eek: kicks you square in the balls. Every time. Time and time, and time again.
:crying: :crying: :crying:
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Re: The Grass was Greener

Postby VaTailfeathers » Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:36 am

New York invented the name Ballabusta.
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Re: The Grass was Greener

Postby MIKE J. » Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:03 pm

20bolt wrote:
WHAM!!!! :eek: kicks you square in the balls. Every time. Time and time, and time again.
:crying: :crying: :crying:

Gotta stop carrying that Big Gulp !!

Good Luck in NY.
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