Discussion in 'CSI: New York' started by MacsGirlMel, Jun 15, 2006.
^ :lol: Hey now, I work in the CJ system, that is just common talk around the office! :lol:
- You sit on talk CSI at 2.08am when you have work the next day.
All. The. Time.
Wow. The scarier ones sure apply. I LOVE the Cadillac commercials. And I got so excited when I heard Baba O'Riley while I was grocery shopping. I also find myself saying, "How you doin'?" even though I have no excuse for it, being a woman from Colorado.
This is like True Confessions. I was a CSI for Halloween last year and won the prize for most original costume. I thought this was funny because I had thrown it together at the last minute because I'd been busy sewing a Jedi costume for my brother. And I walked to the party with my flashlight on and a jacket that said "Crime Lab." Might have scared the neighbors.
when you want lots of clothes which say 'New York' on them. (i own a jacket and shirt that both say 'New York on them.)
Argh, I'm looking for those kinda clothes, and I don't own any! My friend owns an NY cap, and I've been itching to convince her to sell it to me, and my brother has a NY jacket, but it's too big for me... sigh...
Does this count?
I started wearing my watch on my right hand, cos' Danny does... :lol:
And, yeah, I talk like him alot! (How ya' doin', stop bustin' my friggin onions, etc.)
And I count down the hours til' the next NY episode...
You Freak Out when the site is undergoing maintenence..
Yep, I did that today, too! :lol:
Totally freaked. Had to leave the house because I was checking every 5 minutes. So glad it's back!
Check this out:
nice shirt to wear if you're Mac-crazy
Count me in too. It was like the world was gonna end or something.
^I thought something was wrong with my computer.
Guilty of trying to get onto the site all day today with no luck!
Addiction to Talk CSI and CSI NY is such a bad thing.....
^^Yeah, but bad can be good. :devil:
I think there are WAY worse things to be addicted to! Like, oh, I don't know...crack?
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