Amount of texts to »Boss« 37, and there are 32 texts (86.49%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 126 Characters
Average Rating 0.973 points, 3 Not rated texts
First text on Mar 29th 2000, 17:41:59 wrote
Dragan about Boss
Latest text on Nov 1st 2015, 09:41:40 wrote
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angrynerd wrote on Apr 17th 2000, 21:39:04 about

Boss

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There is a little boy standing next to the cotton candy cart with (presumably) his older sister. He stands rail-straight like there's current running through him, chin thrust out and eyes clamped shut. He is screaming--more like wailing--at his flinching sister, »YOU ARE NOT THE BOSS OF ME

Dragan wrote on Mar 29th 2000, 17:41:59 about

Boss

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The big monster at the end of a shoot-em-up videogame is called boss. So this must be the creature that pays all the other creatures that try to invade the earth or kidnap the princess.

But how do they finance all these gigantic space stations? In fact, these bosses must be genies when it comes to raise money. Everybody knows what the cost of a spcae station is: beyond imagination. And then all these laser cannons mounted to it.

The earth defenders always have just a small space ship which is also very expensive, but not as much as a fully armed space station that looks like a clash of a foetus and a steam train.

Conclusion: in this age of turbo capitalism, the shoot-em-up bosses should not be shot but put into leading positions.

watchfob wrote on Mar 10th 2001, 10:10:50 about

Boss

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If you want to be able to travel, the money a boss earns can help you go in style.

Trouble is, once you're a boss, you never get to take the time off anymore.

That's why I travel light and travel cheap.

So I can do it more often.

Su Jefe wrote on Sep 20th 2003, 02:42:01 about

Boss

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Jefe is the spanish word for boss.


Now you know.


Don't you love it?

steve wrote on Apr 18th 2000, 19:43:38 about

Boss

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on Apr 18th 2000, 05:56:47, Jackson wrote the following about »Boss«

»If you are self-employed, does your boss exploit you

Not only does he exploit me, he sexually harasses me!

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