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nonchalant: A Nonchalant Compilation of Funny, Random, and WTF Pics #wow #funny
nonchalant: A Nonchalant Compilation of Funny, Random, and WTF Pics #wow #funny

A Nonchalant Compilation of Funny, Random, and WTF Pics #wow #funny

nonchalant: Trying to act nonchalant.
nonchalant: Trying to act nonchalant.

Trying to act nonchalant.

nonchalant: Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties So, my stepson has a girl upstairs in his room that stayed the night and my wife doesn't know yet. I'm curious on how he plans to smuggle her out now that the whole family is awake... ...and now we wait Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties People asking for updates: she's still here, the wife has gone into full Saturday house cleaning mode. Stil hasn't noticed the cute white shoes by the door. This could be his chance while she's distracted. Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 11:00am central standard time... My wife (amazing wife) cleaning so hard core she doesn't even notice me standing behind her to take this pic... Music cranked all the way. Now's the chance. will he see the opportunity?? Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d I think they might be waiting it out. The wife usually lays down and reads after lunch, especially after cleaning her ass off all morning. Could he be waiting for that?? Can she hold her pee another hour or so?? I have no idea what they thinking up there 940 t532 8,957 Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d I'm afraid this thread isn't going to live up to the hype. You know, like a Ben Affleck Miramax movie 'm waiting just like the rest of you 921 ロ470 ㅇ8,240.1, Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d OMG OMG OHHHH MY GAWDDDDDDD SHE CAME DOWN TO USE THE BATHROOM! IT'S ONE OF HIS CLOSEST FRIENDS! See. Mom might believe it's just a friendly sleepover, she was lucky enough to sleep through the fuck fest above our heads at 4am Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d I don't even know if the wife saw her come downstairs to use the bathroom. She's said nothing and it's not like I can ask... Yet 2451 ㅇ7,508 Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d I don't even know if the wife saw her come downstairs to use the bathroom. She's said nothing and it's not like I can ask... Yet t2451 7,508 Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d Omg this kid!! NONCHALANT AF he casually strolls downstairs... AND grabbed those shoes and went back upstairs. Side eyeing me the whole way past. I shot him a little wink. They gonna hit that side door. bet. Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties And closure... Sure enough, hit the side door and they gone. I don't know about you but need a drink after that suspense. Thanks for following along! That was amazing A story worth of a short film
nonchalant: Tricky-D
 @DropsNoPanties
 So, my stepson has a girl upstairs in
 his room that stayed the night and my
 wife doesn't know yet. I'm curious on
 how he plans to smuggle her out now
 that the whole family is awake...
 ...and now we wait
 Tricky-D
 @DropsNoPanties
 People asking for updates: she's still
 here, the wife has gone into full
 Saturday house cleaning mode. Stil
 hasn't noticed the cute white shoes by
 the door. This could be his chance
 while she's distracted.
 Tricky-D
 @DropsNoPanties
 11:00am central standard time... My
 wife (amazing wife) cleaning so hard
 core she doesn't even notice me
 standing behind her to take this pic...
 Music cranked all the way. Now's the
 chance. will he see the opportunity??
 Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d
 I think they might be waiting it out. The
 wife usually lays down and reads after
 lunch, especially after cleaning her ass
 off all morning. Could he be waiting for
 that?? Can she hold her pee another
 hour or so?? I have no idea what they
 thinking up there
 940 t532 8,957
 Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d
 I'm afraid this thread isn't going to live up
 to the hype. You know, like a Ben Affleck
 Miramax movie 'm waiting just like
 the rest of you
 921
 ロ470
 ㅇ8,240.1,
 Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d
 OMG OMG OHHHH MY GAWDDDDDDD
 SHE CAME DOWN TO USE THE
 BATHROOM! IT'S ONE OF HIS CLOSEST
 FRIENDS! See. Mom might believe it's
 just a friendly sleepover, she was lucky
 enough to sleep through the fuck fest
 above our heads at 4am
 Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d
 I don't even know if the wife saw her
 come downstairs to use the bathroom.
 She's said nothing and it's not like I can
 ask... Yet
 2451 ㅇ7,508
 Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d
 I don't even know if the wife saw her
 come downstairs to use the bathroom.
 She's said nothing and it's not like I can
 ask... Yet
 t2451
 7,508
 Tricky-D @DropsNoPanties 1d
 Omg this kid!! NONCHALANT AF he
 casually strolls downstairs... AND
 grabbed those shoes and went back
 upstairs. Side eyeing me the whole way
 past. I shot him a little wink. They
 gonna hit that side door. bet.
 Tricky-D
 @DropsNoPanties
 And closure... Sure enough, hit the
 side door and they gone. I don't know
 about you but need a drink after that
 suspense. Thanks for following along!
 That was amazing
A story worth of a short film

A story worth of a short film

nonchalant: My father lost his job in Ramadan Read below My father lost his job in Ramadan About five years ago, I pulled into my driveway and saw my father’s car. I immediately knew that something was wrong. He never came home earlier than 5:30 or 6. My father being home at 1:30 on a weekday just didn’t make sense. Confused, I walked inside. “Daddy, how come you’re home so early today?” “I got laid off.” His voice was calm. His response almost nonchalant. Me on the other hand, I was crushed. I rushed to give him a hug, wanting to provide him some sort of comfort and to hide the tears that I couldn’t control. My father, a brilliant computer software engineer, had worked at the same company since before I was born. Almost three decades of the same commute to the same building, working in same cubicle, with the same colleagues. I didn’t understand. I didn’t pry or ask why, afraid I might make things worse. All I could muster was, “Are you okay?” “Alhamdulillah. I don’t have to work during Ramadan.” While I was a mess, worrying about his self-esteem, his feelings, my mother’s reaction, he was in a completely different place. This was my father’s third Ramadan and my fifth. I marveled at his acceptance of the situation. He wasn’t angry, he wasn’t upset. He chose to believe that Allah was the Best of Planners. He chose to see the blessing in the trial. That Ramadan my father and I made the thirty minute drive to and from the masjid every night for isha and taraweeh prayers, returning home after 1AM. This wouldn’t have been possible given his normal work hours and demand. Because he no longer had to work during Ramadan he also had the opportunity to perform itikaaf in our masjid, another goal on his bucketlist that he thought would have to wait until retirement. During those 10 days and nights, my mother and I would cook and bring our Iftar to the masjid. We’d sit downstairs and open our fast together as a family, along with the other individuals who were staying in the masjid. There were many nights that I stayed upstairs in the women’s area after taraweeh. Then after tahujjud, we’d meet downstairs and keep each other company as we ate suhoor. Continued in comment comes below 👇@lawabidingmuslim
nonchalant: My father lost his job in
 Ramadan
 Read below
My father lost his job in Ramadan About five years ago, I pulled into my driveway and saw my father’s car. I immediately knew that something was wrong. He never came home earlier than 5:30 or 6. My father being home at 1:30 on a weekday just didn’t make sense. Confused, I walked inside. “Daddy, how come you’re home so early today?” “I got laid off.” His voice was calm. His response almost nonchalant. Me on the other hand, I was crushed. I rushed to give him a hug, wanting to provide him some sort of comfort and to hide the tears that I couldn’t control. My father, a brilliant computer software engineer, had worked at the same company since before I was born. Almost three decades of the same commute to the same building, working in same cubicle, with the same colleagues. I didn’t understand. I didn’t pry or ask why, afraid I might make things worse. All I could muster was, “Are you okay?” “Alhamdulillah. I don’t have to work during Ramadan.” While I was a mess, worrying about his self-esteem, his feelings, my mother’s reaction, he was in a completely different place. This was my father’s third Ramadan and my fifth. I marveled at his acceptance of the situation. He wasn’t angry, he wasn’t upset. He chose to believe that Allah was the Best of Planners. He chose to see the blessing in the trial. That Ramadan my father and I made the thirty minute drive to and from the masjid every night for isha and taraweeh prayers, returning home after 1AM. This wouldn’t have been possible given his normal work hours and demand. Because he no longer had to work during Ramadan he also had the opportunity to perform itikaaf in our masjid, another goal on his bucketlist that he thought would have to wait until retirement. During those 10 days and nights, my mother and I would cook and bring our Iftar to the masjid. We’d sit downstairs and open our fast together as a family, along with the other individuals who were staying in the masjid. There were many nights that I stayed upstairs in the women’s area after taraweeh. Then after tahujjud, we’d meet downstairs and keep each other company as we ate suhoor. Continued in comment comes below 👇@lawabidingmuslim

My father lost his job in Ramadan About five years ago, I pulled into my driveway and saw my father’s car. I immediately knew that someth...