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What about making a forum called "Ernest" as I am a major topic on this board for many people ?
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What about making a forum called "Ernest" as I am a major topic on this board for many people ?
I would like that. A daily forum. Sort of like a an online journal for the secret sales, and Lanvin adventures.
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(dorian @ June 09 2005,11:28) Too funny. BTW, Ernest, last time I was at the Sloane Hilditch store they had a brown shirt - no, really. I said to the sales lady, "But Brown Is For Farmer." She looked confused and must have assumed from my put-on French accent that I was the infamous Ernest of free-French-publicity campaign.
Is it just me or is this whole joke getting a little tired?
Yes, the joke is well over its time, but yes brown is for farmer. l get a hinting suspicion that Ernest has done farm work in the past hence is fobia about brown and croc.
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(meaculpa @ June 09 2005,13:33)
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Originally Posted by dorian,June 09 2005,11:28
Too funny. BTW, Ernest, last time I was at the Sloane Hilditch store they had a brown shirt - no, really. I said to the sales lady, "But Brown Is For Farmer." She looked confused and must have assumed from my put-on French accent that I was the infamous Ernest of free-French-publicity campaign.
Is it just me or is this whole joke getting a little tired?
Yes, the joke is well over its time, but yes brown is for farmer. l get a hinting suspicion that Ernest has done farm work in the past hence is fobia about brown and croc.
Shooman. You've had your time. Your exploits of cocaine, urine-drinking, and death metal have become banal and trite. In addition, they're not very trad. At least the death metal. But Ernie, on the other hand, has that certain timeless quality. Yr friend, Horace the rubber soul man
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In addition, they're not very trad.   Horace the rubber soul man
I'm getting this image of the end of Temple of Doom where Mola Ram is getting burned by the holy objects and Indy is shouting over and over, "YOU HAVE BETRAYED TRAD..." Mola Ram, we hardly knew ye. Died this January.
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Is this Trad though? Jon.
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Is this Trad though? Jon.
l wish l looked like that bloke. He is a sex symbol if ever there was. Actually, l do look like that bloke. l love blokes like that, they look rough and tough.
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l love blokes like that, they look rough and tough.
You like it the rough and tough?
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(marc37 @ June 12 2005,11:14) l love blokes like that, they look rough and tough.
You like it the rough and tough?
Jon.
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[quote]Is this Trad though? Of a sort... Thuggee trad...
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(imageWIS @ June 12 2005,09:43) Is this Trad though? Of a sort... Thuggee trad...
Are Thuggee's the Trad version of the Sith's? Jon.
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(RJMan @ June 12 2005,15:23)
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Is this Trad though? Of a sort...  Thuggee trad...
Are Thuggee's the Trad version of the Sith's? Jon.
I thought I was ... Darth Savile. Thuggees were worshipers of Kali who'd practice human sacrifice.
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(imageWIS @ June 12 2005,13:24)
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Originally Posted by RJMan,June 12 2005,15:23
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,June 12 2005,09:43
Is this Trad though? Of a sort... Thuggee trad...
Are Thuggee's the Trad version of the Sith's? Jon.
I thought I was ... Darth Savile. Thuggees were worshipers of Kali who'd practice human sacrifice.
I know. I have seen the movie. Jon.
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(imageWIS @ June 12 2005,13:24)
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Originally Posted by RJMan,June 12 2005,15:23
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Originally Posted by imageWIS,June 12 2005,09:43
Is this Trad though? Of a sort...  Thuggee trad...
Are Thuggee's the Trad version of the Sith's? Jon.
I thought I was ... Darth Savile. Thuggees were worshipers of Kali who'd practice human sacrifice.
They were mostly known for kidnapping various people, and strangling them with scarves. As they did not believe in letting blood. The British finally eliminated the movement in the late 19th century. Thug is dervied from their name.
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What about making a forum called "Ernest" as I am a major topic on this board for many people ?
I'd be all for it. I like how Ernest says what he thinks and doesn't need to use a lot of words to get his points across. I like a man who is capable of independent thought. I suspect he's being onery sometimes but what's not to like about that? I look forward to his posts.
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