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High School Reunions - been to one?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by crazyquik, Dec 10, 2008.

  1. bluemagic

    bluemagic Senior member

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    Facebook makes reunions obsolete.
     


  2. MetroStyles

    MetroStyles Senior member

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    I avoid these at all costs. The only people I like from high school I see each Thanksgiving and Xmas.
     


  3. WoodyStylee

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    theres really only 2 reasons why you would'nt want to go to a reunion:

    1. You were the man in HS and now your an ugly piece of shit

    2. You were an ugly piece of shit in HS, and now your still an ugly piece of shit
     


  4. MetroStyles

    MetroStyles Senior member

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    Thank you for you words of wisdom, WoodyStylee. We are all the more intelligent for having heard them.
     


  5. SField

    SField Senior member

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    What do you consider a real doctor? I think real doctors are those with PhD's. A medical doctor is a physician to me. If an MD can call themselves a doctor, certainly a DDS can.





    A good chiropractor is hardcore, certainly higher up than a GP. They actually have to work on cadavers in chiropractor school. Not to mention the fact that they make me feel like a million bucks.


    There is nothing wrong with being a Dentist. Did you know that dentists are most likely to be named "Dennis"?



    Most doctors train on a cadaver, and to say that a chiropractor is more qualified than a GP, or more useful, when it is considered by most thinking people to be quackery and utter pseudo science is beyond interesting to me.

    I'm guessing you or your dad is one.
     


  6. tiecollector

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    Most doctors train on a cadaver, and to say that a chiropractor is more qualified than a GP, or more useful, when it is considered by most thinking people to be quackery and utter pseudo science is beyond interesting to me.

    I'm guessing you or your dad is one.


    Neither, I don't have any friends that are one either. I know most doctors train on cadavers, but I was surprised that chiropractors do too. Most the allopathic medical profession is quackery, don't forget.
     


  7. crazyquik

    crazyquik Senior member

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    Boy.
    Dress up. Put a smile on your face and go take in the show.


    Don't encourage this crowd [​IMG]
     


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    Most doctors train on a cadaver, and to say that a chiropractor is more qualified than a GP, or more useful, when it is considered by most thinking people to be quackery and utter pseudo science is beyond interesting to me.

    I'm guessing you or your dad is one.


    Most the allopathic medical profession is quackery, don't forget.

    SField, if you stick around here for a while and read tiecollector's posts, you will see he harbors a lot of animosity towards the medical profession.

    I guess some doc screwed him (or a loved one) over at some point in his life and he's certainly entitled to his opinion.
     


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    I saw my class' Myspace group once. Seeing how people changed unsettled me, like hearing death's footsteps catching up to me. I'm not going to any high school reunions.
     


  11. Thomas

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    I saw my class' Myspace group once. Seeing how people changed unsettled me, like hearing death's footsteps catching up to me. I'm not going to any high school reunions.

    My class held a pre-reunion meeting at some swanky martini bar, and I swear the only thing that changed was that one of the guys went bald. Still the same fab clicquey in-crowd bunch. No thanx, although if one of them got arrested I would dig it!
     


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    Facebook makes reunions obsolete.

    Pretty much yea! Haven't been to my HS reunion as I still keep in touch with a few good friends. No need to see anyone else.
     


  13. Dakota rube

    Dakota rube Senior member

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    No need to see anyone else.
    A couple of women in my class who were just sort of meh while we were in school showed up at my 30-year and were breathtakingly beautiful. Truly stunning.

    Just seeing their transformations was reason enough to attend. The bjs were simply a bonus.
     


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    A couple of women in my class who were just sort of meh while we were in school showed up at my 30-year and were breathtakingly beautiful. Truly stunning.

    Just seeing their transformations was reason enough to attend. The bjs were simply a bonus.

    No way, Dakota!
     


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    A couple of women in my class who were just sort of meh while we were in school showed up at my 30-year and were breathtakingly beautiful. Truly stunning.

    Just seeing their transformations was reason enough to attend. The bjs were simply a bonus.


    And the truth comes out. Rube goes to HS reunions for the BJ's.

    Tell me...do you just attend your own or do you try your luck at other schools' reunions as well?
     


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