How do you mix that up?
@cleatus, In some regions of northern Canada it is customary to say November when someone sneezes because November has cold weather, which can give someone a cold, which makes them sneeze. If you're still reading this I hope you've caught on I made this up
@TriangleTesticles, I knew you made it up as soon as you said Canada
@TriangleTesticles, I TRUSTED YOU
@Pinkpuppetfred, i didnt
@cleatus, I would mix that up
@TriangleTesticles, I'm going to start doing this even though you lied!
@TriangleTesticles, this is one of those cases where you're lying, but inadvertently telling the truth. Everything you said aside from the customary part is true. My nose has been somehow simultaneously clogged and running for two weeks now. It's gotten really aggravating. Sometimes I hate living in Canada.
@TriangleTesticles, actually it's a misconception that cold weather makes you sick. It's actually because people spend more time indoors in confined areas when the weather is colder, where they spend more time with disease causing agents. Hope you enjoyed this fact blast, if not, feel free to hit me should we ever meet or curse my house if we don't!
@TriangleTesticles, you did me a heckin of a bamboozling
@HollywoodxGhost, buy a second house so I can put a pox on both of them
@TriangleTesticles, QUIT PLAYING WITH MY EMOTIONS!
That asshole always thinks he's funny
@Lastmanonearth, doesn't seem like such an ass in this situation :)
@Lastmanonearth, let's hope he gets fired.
Back when he was still shielding you from corporate...