October 22, 2010
George: You know, I think I could have played with dolls if their were          dolls in the house. It seems like fun to me. It doesn’t seem like a gender          thing. I think I would like to play with dolls. What’s so terrible?Julie: Ha. So, George, I was talking to Elaine before.George: A ha! We’re just friends. Julie: Yes, well anyway, she said something that was kind of intriguing.        George: Oh, share.Julie: Well, when I came over to the table she mentioned something about          how she better hurry up and leave or you’d make her buy lunch to make          up for the one you bought yesterday.George: Ha, ha ha uh, I’m not following that. Julie: Well, my question is, How could Elaine be under the impression          that you bought the big salad, when I was the one who handed it to her?        George: Well, she probably just assumed. Julie: Um, did she?George: …uh, … wait a second. Are you suggesting that I went          out of my way to tell Elaine that even though you handed her the big salad,          that it came from me? Julie: That’s what I’m suggesting. George: … WELL IT WAS A BIG SALAD. AND WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW          IS, HOW DOES A PERSON WHO HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE BIG SALAD CLAIM RESPONSIBILITY          FOR THAT SALAD AND ACCEPT THE THANK YOU UNDER FALSE PRETENSES - AH - AH?Julie: George, all I did was hand someone a bag.
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George: You know, I think I could have played with dolls if their were dolls in the house. It seems like fun to me. It doesn’t seem like a gender thing. I think I would like to play with dolls. What’s so terrible?
Julie: Ha. So, George, I was talking to Elaine before.
George: A ha! We’re just friends.
Julie: Yes, well anyway, she said something that was kind of intriguing.
George: Oh, share.
Julie: Well, when I came over to the table she mentioned something about how she better hurry up and leave or you’d make her buy lunch to make up for the one you bought yesterday.
George: Ha, ha ha uh, I’m not following that.
Julie: Well, my question is, How could Elaine be under the impression that you bought the big salad, when I was the one who handed it to her?
George: Well, she probably just assumed.
Julie: Um, did she?
George: …uh, … wait a second. Are you suggesting that I went out of my way to tell Elaine that even though you handed her the big salad, that it came from me?
Julie: That’s what I’m suggesting.
George: … WELL IT WAS A BIG SALAD. AND WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IS, HOW DOES A PERSON WHO HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE BIG SALAD CLAIM RESPONSIBILITY FOR THAT SALAD AND ACCEPT THE THANK YOU UNDER FALSE PRETENSES - AH - AH?
Julie: George, all I did was hand someone a bag.

(via The Big Salad)

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    I’m pretty sure everyone deserves a “George moment” every once in awhile.
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    The Big Salad:
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    I’m with you, George. Bitch move.
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