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Things you just don't get

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by tiecollector, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. Cleav

    Cleav Well-Known Member

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    nevertheless razzamatazz is better done well
     
  2. zarathustra

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    That looks kick ass will have to give it a try!
     
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    :laugh: good one.
     
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    I ain't trying to be the ole man of negativity, but there is some pretty poor singing in that ad to where even I could do better. Still, I think I might have the tune stuck in my head now ♬ oh, oh, razzamatazz ♬
     
  7. Fang66

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    Please record a cover and post it on the youtubes.
     
  8. lasbar

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    And with a full KISS make-up on..:slayer:
     
  9. patrickBOOTH

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    When he sneezes, this guy in my office sneezes like 400 times in a row and he makes the weirdest sounds I can only liken to a man aggressively eating several wet sandwiches.
     
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  10. L'Incandescent

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    Man, that is just a bunch of razzmatazz ♬ oh, oh, razzamatazz ♬
     
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    I just pinched my gf for not getting out of the shower wearing green and she is all like "I am experiencing feelings of mad, why the hell you pinching me!?"
    :/
     
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    I'd also never heard of Pinkberry before this. Not sure why I would have.
     
  13. zarathustra

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    They were on every other corner here in NYC at one point.
     
  14. otc

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    Yeah, they are all over here too, although they are impossible to tell apart from the 27 other different frozen yogurt chains...
    I don't think I would ever refer to one by name though--if anything, it would be "I'm going to the frozen yogurt shop at X and Y intersection"
     
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    I was walking yesterday and this latino guy started yelling, "Booshie!" at me, as in bourgeoise, I assume. I never really understand what people mean when they use it because it seems to have a lot of different meaning through the years. I took it as I looked damn good.
     
  16. zarathustra

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    Haha..... that isn't exactly what the guy meant. But you know what they say

    [​IMG]
     
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  17. Piobaire

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    Pretty sure you're actually not far off, that is, if you assume a stuck up prig looks pretty damn good. Pinche cabron.
     
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  18. L'Incandescent

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    That reminds me of the time a student wrote "bushwazie" on his exam. It took a while to figure out the intended meaning.
     
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    H&M.

    They opened one up in a mall in Spokane so I visited this past weekend. Reminded me of a thrift store in the sense that clothing was randomly placed throughout the store in no particular order. Nothing in particular caught my eye.
     
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  20. L'Incandescent

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    That is so bourgeois to bethink the store should arrange its wares just for your convenience hey they are free to put things wherever they like.
     

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