Some stories are so boring, even adding and then I found five dollars won't save them. Adding "and then I found five dollars and a bag of weed" to the end of your boring ass story, will validate for your friends all that time and facial expressiveness they just wasted listening to it, and they will remember why they are friends with you in the first place, because a friend with weed is a friend indeed.
"Oh man, Friday, I really wanted an egg salad sandwich and I was just obsessing about it and I was like, 'Man, I'm gonna make one of those.' So Saturday, I went out and got, like, a dozen eggs and then I boiled them all and I just, I spent, I dunno, probably three hours, like three and a half hours making, you know, the mayonnaise, and the onions and paprika and, you know, the necessary accoutrement. And then, by the time I was done, I didn't really feel like like eating it...and then I found five dollars and a bag of weed..."
"Bet you felt like eating the sandwich then! Oh man, when are we hanging out, Andy?"
This is a sweet cheer used in girls softball to annoy the other team's pitcher. It goes to the tune of 'head, shoulders, knees, and toes.'
Most effective when shouted by the whole team, at the top of their lungs, over and over and over, until the pitcher finally walks the batter.
West Fargo Packers:
"Amy Rogers rocks my socks, rocks my socks!
She always hits the ball, she never walks, (she never wa-ha-ha-halks)
I get excited when she's in the box,
Cuz Amy Rogers rocks my socks, rocks my socks!"