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It's one freaking mile. Get your running shoes on, porker.

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No excuse.

 

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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post
 

It's one freaking mile. Get your running shoes on, porker.


Did I miss a ninja-edit from Noodles?  How did we segue from buttons to running?

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Hahaha, the fact that a Noodle-foo edit is a viable possibility amuses me.
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No Ninja edit. I think Caustic is just drunk.
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You spend thousands of dollars on your clothes. I realize that's SF-standard, but you're the weird one - not the guys who don't button their jackets.
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3 DAY WEEKEND!!!
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Seeing as this thread discusses random topics at times, where would you guys go if you had a month off and let's say $3000-$4000 spend (the less I actually spend the better of course), assuming the cost of flights will be negligible?

 

I've spent a lot of time in SEA over the past couple of years (everywhere but vietnam), but wouldn't be opposed to going back there.

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South America, or Cuba if it's possible now.
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post
 

Seeing as this thread discusses random topics at times, where would you guys go if you had a month off and let's say $3000-$4000 spend (the less I actually spend the better of course), assuming the cost of flights will be negligible?

 

I've spent a lot of time in SEA over the past couple of years (everywhere but vietnam), but wouldn't be opposed to going back there.

 

I'm reading SEA as Seattle. What Country/region is he actually referring to?

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Originally Posted by Joenobody0 View Post

South America, or Cuba if it's possible now.

 

I've been to cuba already, but wouldn't mind going back there. Which countries in South America? I don't speak a word of Spanish, but I assume that's not going to be a problem?

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South east Asia. I would definitely go there, or South America. Somewhere where the surf is good.
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I've been to cuba already, but wouldn't mind going back there. Which countries in South America? I don't speak a word of Spanish, but I assume that's not going to be a problem?
I'm partial to Argentina.
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post

Seeing as this thread discusses random topics at times, where would you guys go if you had a month off and let's say $3000-$4000 spend (the less I actually spend the better of course), assuming the cost of flights will be negligible?

I've spent a lot of time in SEA over the past couple of years (everywhere but vietnam), but wouldn't be opposed to going back there.
1. The Caribbean
2. Northern Europe
3. New Zealand
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