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Wonko



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Hmmm.... Devil stuck in East Texas... what would he need help with?

Power Tools. Cool

(those glass doors can be expensive)
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festusbongwater



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East Texas and Glass Doors  Reply with quote  

Wonko, you lost me at Hello. What the heck do glass doors and power tools have in common?

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Wingnut



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Wonko wrote:
Hmmm.... Devil stuck in East Texas... what would he need help with?

Power Tools. Cool

(those glass doors can be expensive)


HEhehehehehe.... Laughing
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mllefifi



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What's all this about the devil in a red cocktail dress?

Wait a minute -- isn't that a country-western song?

Shocked
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zendao42



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mllefifi wrote:

What's all this about the devil in a red cocktail dress?

Wait a minute -- isn't that a country-western song?

Shocked


Question I thought that was "DEVIL IN DISGUISE"-
or maybe it was some ZZ TOP song...

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leprrkan



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Wonko wrote:
Hmmm.... Devil stuck in East Texas... what would he need help with?

Power Tools. Cool

(those glass doors can be expensive)



Ha! Poor Kar... Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
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girlEgirl



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Re: East Texas and Glass Doors  Reply with quote  

festusbongwater wrote:
Wonko, you lost me at Hello. What the heck do glass doors and power tools have in common?


our freind kar is from east texas, and he is probably not the devil

http://bbs.chrismoore.com/viewtopic.php?t=17211&highlight=glass+doors+power+tools

great idea for a thread , and great screennam.[/quote]
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Sephonae



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Re: East Texas and Glass Doors  Reply with quote  

girlEgirl wrote:
our freind kar is from east texas, and he is probably not the devil

Probably. Very Happy



Hmmm...I bet the devil would have a hard time with pantyhose...whether wearing them or removing them on a debauchery mission...yeah. Definitely the hose.



I'm picturing this guy:

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zendao42



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Sephonae wrote:
girlEgirl wrote:

our freind kar is from east texas, and he is probably not the devil

Probably. Very Happy


I think he's the devil's handyman... Twisted Evil

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girlEgirl



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zendao42 wrote:
Sephonae wrote:
girlEgirl wrote:

our freind kar is from east texas, and he is probably not the devil

Probably. Very Happy


I think he's the devil's handyman... Twisted Evil


the greatest trick that the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didnt exist..... Wink
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festusbongwater



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Satan in Washington DC (Dis, get it?)  Reply with quote  

girlEgirl:

Thanks for the explanation.

My Satan is attempting to be a very normal guy, and failing. Which is kind of the exact opposite of the idea of having convinced everyone he doesn't exist. He disappears, and people begin to realize how important he actually is... in certain circles anyway. Shenanigans ensue.

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girlEgirl



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festusbongwater wrote:
girlEgirl:

Thanks for the explanation.

My Satan is attempting to be a very normal guy, and failing. Which is kind of the exact opposite of the idea of having convinced everyone he doesn't exist. He disappears, and people begin to realize how important he actually is... in certain circles anyway. Shenanigans ensue.


i love the idea of books with satan as a character more complicated than just "drama queen of evil that so many books and movies portray him as!"
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Uptown_Toodeloo



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Re: Satan in Washington DC (Dis, get it?)  Reply with quote  

festusbongwater wrote:
girlEgirl:

Thanks for the explanation.

My Satan is attempting to be a very normal guy, and failing. Which is kind of the exact opposite of the idea of having convinced everyone he doesn't exist. He disappears, and people begin to realize how important he actually is... in certain circles anyway. Shenanigans ensue.


Ohh, see you didn't say that to begin with, so I wasn't cognizant that Satan is trying to down play his powers and stuff.

Why don't you have him/her be a ad executive with a wife in the suburbs where he tries to fit in and never use his powers? He could have nosey neighbors who are pretty sure there is something a little strange about the family next door. His wife could be named Samantha, or if Satan is indeed a she, her husband could be called Darrin, or maybe Satan is a same sex situation, then his/ her significant other could use one of these names. Seems like a sure fire recipe for comedy!

If Satan is an it, and has no real gender, then I guess it's back to the drawing board for me. I got nothing, sorry gender neutral beings.
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zendao42



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I used to live next door to Satan, the evil family bred basset hounds to sell-
as it happens, she had a daughter named Samantha... Shocked

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mxlemore



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zendao42 wrote:
I used to live next door to Satan...


Wow, zendoa42, I did not realize we were once neighbors. You see, I was once married to Satan, and believe you me, she is as evil as they come.

Also, Satan does not need help with anything unless she wants something from you, and then she can manipulate you beyond your expectations!

SATAN (my ex) ===> Twisted Evil

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