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Joelibris



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Fuck, dude...they are all revoltin'.
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dougp



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Ginjg wrote:
I know it's a common view - "things are what they are and demanding change is a waste of time". But if that were true you would not have that big screen TV, your computer, your car, or the leisure to post comments here.


Don't you dare start messing with my hard stolen moments of instant gratification, or you and me are gonna throw down!!!
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Joelibris



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Get 'em while they're hot! Doug vs. Ginjg action playsets. The 'Doug' figure features realistic tears and begging for mercy action...
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dougp wrote:
Ginjg wrote:
I know it's a common view - "things are what they are and demanding change is a waste of time". But if that were true you would not have that big screen TV, your computer, your car, or the leisure to post comments here.


Don't you dare start messing with my hard stolen moments of instant gratification, or you and me are gonna throw down!!!


I don't know how you're getting out of that shock coll...... I mean, new necklace I bought for you, but when I find out, you're in for a surprise!
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dougp



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deb wrote:
I don't know how you're getting out of that shock coll...... I mean, new necklace I bought for you, but when I find out, you're in for a surprise!


It's a testament to my "can do" attitude that I was able to take a three plus month depression induced fugue, where I watched countless hours of McGyver reruns, and turn it into a positive. Never underestimate the power of the human spirit no matter how twisted and torn it is.






I'm still waiting on that cup of java missy.
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Joelibris



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dougp wrote:

It's a testament to my "can do" attitude that I was able to take a three plus month depression induced fugue, where I watched countless hours of McGyver reruns, and turn it into a positive


So what you're saying is that you learned to counter the grenade that is deb with a bomb made fron baking soda, a tampon and some duct tape?
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Joelibris wrote:
dougp wrote:

It's a testament to my "can do" attitude that I was able to take a three plus month depression induced fugue, where I watched countless hours of McGyver reruns, and turn it into a positive


So what you're saying is that you learned to counter the grenade that is deb with a bomb made fron baking soda, a tampon and some duct tape?



Question Question Shocked Question Question
What's the baking powder for? Chafing?
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Joelibris



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Hey, tampons don't just explode on their own.
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Joelibris wrote:
Hey, tampons don't just explode on their own.



No, but they seem to be a primer or blasting cap of sorts. When properly inserted with consideration given to tidal charts and moon phases, volatility can at times be un-checked resulting in irrational mayhem.
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Joelibris wrote:
Hey, tampons don't just explode on their own.


And you know this because... NEVERMIND! I don't really want to know.
Besides I thought that what the shock coll... shiny necklace was for.
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Reminds me of toxic shock syndrome.

Not that I ever had it myself, you understand.

Just that, when I was in undergraduate school, I heard about someone attending a professor's party with a costume all covered with white cotton balls -- he/she was representing a tampon.
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Amigo



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dougp wrote:
Joelibris wrote:
Hey, tampons don't just explode on their own.



No, but they seem to be a primer or blasting cap of sorts. When properly inserted with consideration given to tidal charts and moon phases, volatility can at times be un-checked resulting in irrational mayhem.


Tampons - $10.00
Moon phases and tidal charts - $50.00
Gynecologist's cost for proper insertion - $300.00
Un-checked volatility resulting in irrational mayhem - Priceless! Smile

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dougp wrote:
I'm still waiting on that cup of java missy.


Coffee's on, darling. c'mere.
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My father had a saying for every situation. Regarding politicians he told me:

"Put them all in one bag and beat it with a stick. You're hitting the right one."
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Your father was a very wise man CF.
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