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things that are making you happy

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by globetrotter, Feb 14, 2008.

  1. Piobaire

    Piobaire Well-Known Member

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    Welding is easy . The conditions under which its done is where the difficulty lies. Walking the cup laying cromoly stringers for the superheat steam safeties on the most dangerous piece of equipment ever placed on the face of the earth.......not so much[​IMG]
     
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    I thought Pio has the most dangerous piece of equipment ever placed on the face of... Oh wait, that's on the face of GF.

    Never mind.
     
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  4. GreenFrog

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    Do you characterize it as dangerous based on how badly he brutalized your asshole with it?

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  5. Piobaire

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    Boys, stop fighting over my dick.
     
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    This. I'll also point out that it can be expensive to get started.
     
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  8. rnoldh

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    Hey, all of you NYC guys, I'll buy breakfast and lunch all of August,

    Just say you know rnoldh, and that you're 17 years old

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    I hear the DeBlasio Burgers are good.
     
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  9. L'Incandescent

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    As a lot of you know, I have complained many a time about people be use keypads to get into their cars. Well today I found a way to teach keypad users a lesson. As you've probably noticed, most toilets are designed now to where you can only lift the seat with a keypad lot of them don't even have reglar keys anymore. Well I had the locksmith come in today make my toilet seat to be opened with a reglar key. Now when people visit my place and want to use restroom, they will have to re-learn how to use a proper damn key!
     
  10. Find Finn

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    This whole post sounds like an ad for an asylum center for unaccompanied minors.
     
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    I saw Guns and Roses here in Orlando last night and, bottom line, it was a truly great rock and roll experience. They played their guts out, and left blood on that stage. They really made it feel like rock is supposed to - raucous, unpredictable, rough, sweaty.

    As someone who wrote off the idea that I'd ever get to see Rocket Queen or You Could Be Mine by the original crew (or as close to it as this), I'm just thrilled. I wasn't a big GnR fan to begin with, but I came out with massive respect for them.

    If you like music at all and you get the chance to go see them, do so. Might not happen again...
     
  12. GreenFrog

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    Finding bomb ass horchata and fried chicken at the same restaurant

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    That cover gets a solid "meh" from me.
     
  15. L'Incandescent

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    Usually I do grocelry shopping at the hour of 11:00 pm. But yesterday I did my shopping at a different hour--I'd put it at around 4:00 pm. Hope this doesn't sound like discrimelny or anything but it turns out that the women who shop at 4:00 have got more attractiveness to them. I don't mean every one of them I mean like as a statistical generalization.
     
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    Hmph, I'm not a fan but it was a lot better than I expected. Thanks to Ven for sharing.
     
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    Or perhaps you are of a more benevolent or amorous state of mente at 4:00 than 11:00.
     
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    A little over a month ago, a cat showed up on our back porch and did not leave. We waited 4 days to feed him, but he has been steadfast in his decision that this is where he wants to live. We named him Rocky Balboa because he is a big bruiser with huge paws, but he's still very sweet. He has been extremely friendly and I've grown attached to him, but I've still looked at him as a wild cat that could up and leave at any time. Tonight I came home late after an event where I skipped dinner, so I decided to walk to the convenience store and get something to eat. He proceeded to follow me like a shadow the whole way, wait at the door of the store, and then follow me the whole way home (about a mile total trip). He also caught a bird and presented it to me earlier today. I think we have a new member of the family.

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    Waiting for me in the parking lot

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    Back at home
     
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  19. razl

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    I volunteer a lot with cat rescue and, yeah, you just got yourself a new family member. He knows where the lovin's at :fistbump:
     
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    Instagram brought back the videos you may like thing.
     

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