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backdoor thread

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by matadorpoeta, Nov 30, 2006.

  1. Piobaire

    Piobaire Senior member

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    I feel as if there are no more puns to be made. You gentlemen have stretched this whole topic as far as it can go.

    That's the thing with these issues, someone always gets it in the end. Then again hind sight is always 20/20, no?
     
  2. Tck13

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    I declare war on the person who resurrected this thread. I propose a full frontal attack on the enemy's rear flanks!
     
  3. Bandwagonesque

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    I declare war on the person who resurrected this thread. I propose a full frontal attack on the enemies rear flanks!

    We must soldier on. Once more into the breech, dear friends!
     
  4. FLMountainMan

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    Tim: "If a military man like you, a soldier, er, could you give a man a lethal blow?"
    Gareth: "If I was forced to, I could. If it was absolutely necessary, if he was attacking me."
    Tim: "If he was coming, really hard?"
    Gareth: "Yeah, if my life was in danger, yeah."
    Tim: "And do you always imagine doing it face to face with a bloke, or could you take man from behind?"
    Gareth: "Either ways easy."
    Tim: "So you could take a man from behind?"
    Gareth: "Yeah."
    Tim: "Lovely."

    Tim: "Gareth, are you still in the TAs?"
    Gareth: "Yes."
    Tim: "What rank are you?"
    Gareth: "Lieutenant."
    Tim: "Are you? Because I was thinking, if you ever take an enemy soldier prisoner, right, would you have to search him?"
    Gareth: "Yeah, it's possible. Yes."
    Tim: "Right, so let's just say you've taken him prisoner, you're doing a full body search, you find something hard, you can feel it, you know what it is. Do you just say to him, 'I know you've got a big weapon, give it to me now'?"

    Not that I love The Office or anything...
     
  5. odoreater

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    I declare war on the person who resurrected this thread. I propose a full frontal attack on the enemy's rear flanks!

    Or we can use Alexander the Great's strategy of drawing them forward, circling to their rear, and giving it to them from behind.
     
  6. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Senior member

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    and plunder their booty.
     
  8. Tck13

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    It's time for dinner. Anyone know a good place to get a tossed salad?
     
  9. acidboy

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    I can't help but get back on this thread. We have to be vigilant lest somebody sneaks through the rear door and rams his opinions again.
     
  10. denimdestroyedmylife

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    unrelated, but i washed my white socks with my new red flannel shirt. [​IMG] anyone want pink socks?
     
  11. Matt

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    Tim: "If a military man like you, a soldier, er, could you give a man a lethal blow?"
    Gareth: "If I was forced to, I could. If it was absolutely necessary, if he was attacking me."
    Tim: "If he was coming, really hard?"
    Gareth: "Yeah, if my life was in danger, yeah."
    Tim: "And do you always imagine doing it face to face with a bloke, or could you take man from behind?"
    Gareth: "Either ways easy."
    Tim: "So you could take a man from behind?"
    Gareth: "Yeah."
    Tim: "Lovely."

    Tim: "Gareth, are you still in the TAs?"
    Gareth: "Yes."
    Tim: "What rank are you?"
    Gareth: "Lieutenant."
    Tim: "Are you? Because I was thinking, if you ever take an enemy soldier prisoner, right, would you have to search him?"
    Gareth: "Yeah, it's possible. Yes."
    Tim: "Right, so let's just say you've taken him prisoner, you're doing a full body search, you find something hard, you can feel it, you know what it is. Do you just say to him, 'I know you've got a big weapon, give it to me now'?"

    Not that I love The Office or anything...

    As sacreligious as this is, I kinda prefer the US version
     
  12. Britalian

    Britalian Senior member

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    As sacreligious as this is, I kinda prefer the US version
    Ha! I find that typically apucious.
     
  13. Kent Wang

    Kent Wang Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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  14. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Senior member

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    husband and wives Rain: I spent five days searching for the perfect word to describe the husband and that's when I came up with "apucious". Gabe: Apucious. I looked it up in the dictionary but I couldn't find it. Rain: Yeah, I know. I made it up. Gabe: Oh, really. Rain: Yeah. I thought it described him perfectly.
     
  15. Piobaire

    Piobaire Senior member

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    'Apucious'?

    Roughly translated, it means, "Things may be closer than they appear....in your rear view mirror".
     
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