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post #331 of 539
And the only place to put your towel is on the floor. in the water.
post #332 of 539
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And the only place to put your towel is on the floor. in the water.
Doesn't your man-servant hand you a towel at the moment the water turns off?
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And the only place to put your towel is on the floor. in the water.

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Doesn't your man-servant hand you a towel at moment the water turns off?

+1. If your man-servant is not on that I would talk to your major domo and get him replaced ASAP with someone that actually wants to be a good servant.
post #334 of 539
I just got sick of him gazing longingly as my dong.
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I just got sick of him gazing longingly as my dong.

Maybe he never saw such a small one.
post #336 of 539
nothing to contribute, but wow, a+ thread.
post #337 of 539
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A man of science!
Well, this anyway: The only thing more annoying than having an argument is when you're having an argument with someone who isn't there. ~ H
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post #338 of 539
Wow...my resurrection of this thread was a great success!
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Wow...my resurrection of this thread was a great success!

Success?
post #340 of 539
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That was fun, though I disagree with some of the popular opinion. For some of those, it was difficult to tell from one view. I wouldn't call an older large house a McMansion, nor would I call a very designed contemporary house a McMansion. To me McMansion means unnecessarily large, generally taking up too much of the lot and of a gaudy and boring cookie-cutter style.

Buy a smaller, more energy-efficient house! Live within your means, people!
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Success?
As in it generated a very interesting conversation. Please don't rain on my parade.
post #342 of 539
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As in it generated a very interesting conversation.

Please don't rain on my parade.

Sorry.
I used to have illusions that I was an entertaining and influential poster here also.

Then I found out only about 18 members don't have me on "ignore" and realized I've spent 11,000 posts essentially talking to myself.
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Sorry.
I used to have illusions that I was an entertaining and influential poster here also.

Then I found out only about 18 members don't have me on "ignore" and realized I've spent 11,000 posts essentially talking to myself.

It's okay. Sometimes delusions of grandeur are all that get me through the day.
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It's okay. Sometimes delusions of grandeur are all that get me through the day.
You are on your own, then. No one can help you where you are going. If you are caught or killed, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions.
post #345 of 539
Housewarming party at my place tomorrow if anyone wants to come. Take a left on 384th street and when you see the sign for Quail Valley Trail Estates, I'm the first and last house in the cul-de-sac.
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