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post #1996 of 2411
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post

"tenet"
I know I know. I did it from my phone and spellcheck is an unrelenting bitch. I didn't want to make you guys wait for those pictures.
post #1997 of 2411
iPhone? I fucking hate that spellchecker. The spellcheck in WordPerfect 7 was better.
post #1998 of 2411
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Napoleon is someone you look up to? (I am sorry, that double entendre was lame and cheap, but that also describes my interior decor so feel good about that.)

Napoléon was taller than average...
post #1999 of 2411
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Napoléon was taller than average...

But he had the ego of a much shorter man.
post #2000 of 2411
Thread Starter 
On our Bouroullec side table (bubble vase moved to the dining table):

post #2001 of 2411
Hahahah $112 for a candle.
post #2002 of 2411
His reproving glare will ensure that nobody commits the error of getting too comfy.
Edited by imatlas - 9/17/13 at 8:17am
post #2003 of 2411
I once bought an equally useless candle at a garage sale. It was a bright pink roller skate, about half the size of a real roller skate. We used it to wax curbs for skateboarding.
post #2004 of 2411
Thread Starter 
Oh, you can use the candle. That doesn't mean it would make sense to.
post #2005 of 2411
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post

His reproving glare will ensure that nobody commits the error of getting too comfy.
I lol'd
post #2006 of 2411
I'd burn the candle. The head-melting would look pretty cool.
post #2007 of 2411
I'd light the candle and use it to spark up the funky penis bong.
post #2008 of 2411
How would one keep a candle like that clean? Is the wax soft enough to attract dust?
post #2009 of 2411
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Originally Posted by CBrown85 View Post

How would one keep a candle like that clean? Is the wax soft enough to attract dust?

I think that foo.gif lives in a hermetically-sealed, carefully climate-controlled apartment so as to eliminate any potential disruptions to his furnishings and that, as a result, dust is not a concern.
post #2010 of 2411
Normally you burn candles, so dust is not a problem. In this case it is the most interesting thing in the apartment, so it's best if it is not burned.

Foo, if you burn it, post some half melted pics.
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