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the fishing would be worth it. I'm on board with no karaoke, but there has to be a "king of the rig" competition every two days with a WWE royal rumble style rule set while wearing the most dapper of attire - to elevate the stakes to highest degree.
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i still don't like baseball
+1. I'd rather sit and watch grass grow than go to a baseball game.
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I'd rather do that than watch any sport. I just find them all boring.
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I'd rather do that than watch any sport. I just find them all boring.

maybe you just dont understand them?
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I'm out. I like karaoke.
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Fuck yeah, I took some glasses from someone at a party last night. I thought they looked nice on me this morning. Turns out they are Mosley Tribes and I think they are polarized.

In my late teens I went to a party where my friends and I stole the door knob for the front door of the apartment it was held at. It made for good laughs at the time and still makes me chuckle to think about it.

Worse still, I hate to admit that I still laugh about eating a subway meatball sandwich in a old boss's office years back and it gave me the worst raunchy fart ever known to mankind. He stepped out for a moment, it snuck out, I left and his assistant walked in just a few moments before he did and I still remember the look he gave her shog[1].gif
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Sounds like my kind of place. laugh.gif
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In my late teens I went to a party where my friends and I stole the door knob for the front door of the apartment it was held at. It made for good laughs at the time and still makes me chuckle to think about it.

Worse still, I hate to admit that I still laugh about eating a subway meatball sandwich in a old boss's office years back and it gave me the worst raunchy fart ever known to mankind. He stepped out for a moment, it snuck out, I left and his assistant walked in just a few moments before he did and I still remember the look he gave her shog[1].gif

We were throwing a small kegger in undergrad. Our tap wasn't working that well. We went looking for another at a nearby party. We hope the fence and switch the taps out. We are feeling a little bold so we stay and drink and don't leave until some says the tap sucks.
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We were throwing a small kegger in undergrad. Our tap wasn't working that well. We went looking for another at a nearby party. We hope the fence and switch the taps out. We are feeling a little bold so we stay and drink and don't leave until some says the tap sucks.

Did this exact same thing at a tailgate a couple of years ago.
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We were throwing a small kegger in undergrad. Our tap wasn't working that well. We went looking for another at a nearby party. We hope the fence and switch the taps out. We are feeling a little bold so we stay and drink and don't leave until some says the tap sucks.


I was destitute in college and the power company shut my power off so I ran a heavy duty extension cord I borrowed from work to an outlet in the neighbour's place through her window. She was a little old lady and had no idea what was going on. I only did it for about a month and a half until I got the cash to turn everything back on.
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Accepted a new job offer today. I don't think I have ever been more excited to go in on Monday and resign.

Also, had arthroscopic knee surgery on Wednesday and I am doing much better than I expected. I've been walking since hours after the surgery and the pain is minimal. I am hoping for a quick recovery so I can get back to exercise and playing soccer.
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man, all you guys getting new jobs. perhaps I should get one too
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Accepted a new job offer today. I don't think I have ever been more excited to go in on Monday and resign.

Also, had arthroscopic knee surgery on Wednesday and I am doing much better than I expected. I've been walking since hours after the surgery and the pain is minimal. I am hoping for a quick recovery so I can get back to exercise and playing soccer.

so, so happy for you on both counts.
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