Tuesday, April 26, 2011

If things go well I might be showing her my OOA-face.

In the library, we have to make our own fun.


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

You guys and gals have all the really good parties, don't you.

Nunly said...

So that's why my son didn't come home from college last weekend, he was partying it up at the library! He calls it "studying for finals". Pffft!

susan said...

In the dark about OOA I had to look it up and found a Cliff notes light hearted version:

* Discover how abstraction aggregation, and delegation helped Mary get around Objectville.

* Load important OO design principles straight into your brain.

* Avoid leaving your customers unsatisfied.

Sheesh, you guys really do make your own fun.

thatgirl said...

I just imagine evil laughter when I see "OOA OOA OOA!"

But does it tell you how to declare Office Warfare or how You are like Shampoo?

I didn't think so.

Randal Graves said...

if, it's the bar in the staff lounge.

nunly, only morons party down at the local drinking establishments and dance halls. The smart kids bring the funk in the stacks.

susan, the problem is when we disconnect after uploading. All that blood.

thatgirl, I've no time to answer your questions, Breck Girl, for I am too busy advancing my career and ratting out so-called friends.

okjimm said...

well ya gotzta find fun where yaz can.

Tom Harper said...

No wonder my longtime pickup line, "wanna see my etchings?" hasn't been working lately. OOA-face is the new etchings. Got it.

S.W. Anderson said...

Hey, it's spring (at least the calendar says it's supposed to be). You know, a time when people's fancy turns from the objective to romance. Or turns to lust, as the case may be.

Beach Bum said...

Got to admit, the big and surprisingly nice Richland County library real close to my work has plenty of secluded and hidden spaces for all sorts of fun.

Not that I have ever used such places for "fun."


Demeur said...

OOA is short for oo la la. You dog you!

Randal Graves said...

okjimm, it's either here or the awful choice of the wheelie bus or home, though that is where I keep my booze.

tom, welcome to the 1980s, bub.

SWA, romance? You do remember that I'm a married man, romance has nothing to do with it.

BB, I would hope not. You don't know which politician had been there before!

demeur, s-m-r-t is sexy.