"He is the most overrated piece of crap in the league. He bitched and whined after he got his ass beaten in New England last year, so the NFL changed the rules. Then he got his ass beaten in New England again. Every year he's the top MVP candidate. Every year he's supposed to be the best. Every year he's going to carry the Colts to the Super Bowl. And every single year he goes to New England and gets his ass beaten. And his brother's a whiny little bitch." -A friend of mine, on Peyton Manning
Originally posted by NagI'm too lazy to delete them. I got 12, and I think 7 of those are from a conversation I had with SOX almost 3 years ago.
Was that Socks, SOX or SOK? If it was me, what was it about?
I only save messages as long as they're relevant. I mean, one about the MAFIA game I played was deleted just recently, but that's because I stopped playing it. I'd been playing it for over, ummmm....what? three months before giving up on the racing level.
SO, in general, I tend to save the messages for a while.
I don't delete them, purely out of laziness. I have 48, but they're almost all votes for my music awards or old furniture/fruit trades from "Animal Crossing"'s heyday. I probably only have six or seven that are actually messages to one poster or another.
"That's my problem - I'm too frank. That's why my mother shoved me down the stairs. But then she is fat."
I guess this depends on your personal attitude. I am someone who hardly throws stuff away, and I try to keep as much as I can (I know I suck, but that's me). Same with e-mails, SMS or PM's. Usually I keep all of this stuff. Over the years I received a whopping 3 PM's here:-).
Originally posted by BullittYes...pieman has been stalking me for a few years now, and I need them as evidence.
I save nothing! Once I answer a PM, I go back in and delete the original. I don't think there's a way to delete a whole bunch at a time, so I delete them almost immediately. Right now I only have the one from dunk lamenting his crappy Broncos losing to Eli's Awesome Giants from New Jersey!
I've heard it in sports talk when teammates or coaches betray other team members, but have never been sure where or when the expression originated. I was surprised to hear my wife drop that phrase into a conversation since she doesn't watch sports.