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post #25216 of 67808
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

I need to gain at least 2 kilos because apparently I'm too skinny. Attention all fatties, how about giving your old pal Neo some tips on gaining weight.

Don't spit ..
post #25217 of 67808
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

I've just been given the green light by my surgeon to be able to leave, but now that I can, I'm having a fucking panic attack thinking about it! I'm fucking freaking out!

Grab a handful of percs on your way out. You'll feel much better shortly.
post #25218 of 67808

inability to not look like a cartoon character.

post #25219 of 67808
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Originally Posted by Fang66 View Post

Google is your friend.

Google comes up with thousands of results, I want to know which ones you're basing your claims on.
post #25220 of 67808
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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

inability to not look like a cartoon character.

Which one???

Homer Simpson , mr Magoo or Superman?
post #25221 of 67808
I'll never understand the militant anti-helmet stance...

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post #25222 of 67808
There may be no way to prove that the helmet saved my skull/brain in my crash...but it most definitely kept me from breaking my nose (and my glasses made it without a scratch). The asphalt bridged between my chin and the forehead of the helmet...no helmet would have left me with my nose slamming into the ground.

And making the claim that if we should wear helmets on bikes, we should also wear them when walking down the street is ridiculous...walking down the street or climbing stairs is totally different from riding a bike at 20MPH. A crash at high speed has a very high likelihood of landing you directly on your head from a raised height with very little time to react while you have to be doing backflips down the street or something to end up on your head. In fact I would guess that a large amount of pedestrian fall injuries occur when they have so much time to react that they decide to do something stupid like catch the full force of their fat ass on one hand and end up breaking a wrist or dislocating a shoulder.
post #25223 of 67808

If I had to guess it'd be one of the terribly shittily drawn charlie brown cartoons (as opposed to the newspaper comics)

post #25224 of 67808
The post office...A perfect storm of long lines, archaic computer systems and poorly trained employees:
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I have never been this frustrated. First off, the guy in front of me felt the need to argue with the attendant because she was making him fill out one of those little carbon paper slips with the address info of the recipient. In his mind, it made no sense for him to have to do so because he had already written this information on the box itself. He then proceeds to force the girl to call her manager to verify that the slip is necessary, while everyone in line mutters under their breath.

I'm up next, and in an effort to be polite and speed things up, I offer to fill out my slip out beside the cash before paying. That way, people buying stamps and envelopes can pay while I am filling out the paper work. In her infinite wisdom, the cashier begins to process a money order before I finish my paperwork and pay. As a result, I am forced to wait while the guy behind me attempts to send a $6000 money orders to India. It takes the cashier 30 minutes of getting computer errors to realize she needs to ring it up as three separate $2000 money orders (why this is I have no idea). If this were not bad enough, there was an elderly couple in line beside me arguing with each other in rapid, high-volume Italian the entire time. 15 minutes later, the first money order had still not been rung through, and I had to leave because my lunch break was over.
post #25225 of 67808
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Helmets mess up hair. Perfect reason for not wearing one, imo. Then again I don't have to support anybody except myself.

You, sir, need a hairmet.

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post #25226 of 67808
I'm staying out of the helmet discussion. I find it is best to let natural selection run its course.
post #25227 of 67808
That certainly hasn't worked in this world so far...
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post #25229 of 67808
Definitely think I'm having some sort of panic attack
post #25230 of 67808
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

Definitely think I'm having some sort of panic attack

Have you got some problem typing???
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