Nose studs on saleswomen and teller OK?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by hchamp, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. dokelroth

    dokelroth Senior member

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    Well, we can see why this fellow is not a moderator.

    TS - why do you stalk me around this board? It never fails that wherever I go, you follow.

    hchamp-

    What size rear end do you like to see on a woman?
     


  2. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    TS - why do you stalk me around this board? It never fails that wherever I go, you follow.
    I'm not stalking anyone, I just happen to read damn near everything posted outside the Men's Clothing and Buying and Selling forums. You just happen to have an extremely entertaining case of cognitive diarrhea, which never fails to pique my interests. I can't help but be amused. I'm not a moderator here because A: It would be a potential conflict of interest point for the owner and operator of this forum. I wouldn't want anyone to accuse him of favoritism. B: I have no desire to babysit, I have far more fun without the responsibility of trying to decide whether or not to ban people like you.
     


  3. hchamp

    hchamp Senior member

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    hchamp-

    What size rear end do you like to see on a woman?


    Why do you ask?
     


  4. Brian SD

    Brian SD Moderator

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    I could see how LAGuy and M@T could be moderators, but I always wondered how you managed that trick. Your posts in this thread do nothing to dispel that mystery for me. If anything, they only deepen it.

    Thankfully, you're not on the top of the list of required approvals to get moderator status.

    If you don't want people to use your own ridiculous words to make an ass of you, stop saying ridiculous things.
     


  5. dokelroth

    dokelroth Senior member

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    Why do you ask?
    You remind me of an old friend.
     


  6. hchamp

    hchamp Senior member

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    I'm not stalking anyone, I just happen to read damn near everything posted outside the Men's Clothing and Buying and Selling forums.

    You just happen to have an extremely entertaining case of cognitive diarrhea, which never fails to pique my interests. I can't help but be amused.

    I'm not a moderator here because A: It would be a potential conflict of interest point for the owner and operator of this forum. I wouldn't want anyone to accuse him of favoritism. B: I have no desire to babysit, I have far more fun without the responsibility of trying to decide whether or not to ban people like you.


    Just what I thought. Sorry, TS. You're not my type. (And not just because of your gender.)
     


  7. hchamp

    hchamp Senior member

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    Thankfully, you're not on the top of the list of required approvals to get moderator status.

    If you don't want people to use your own ridiculous words to make an ass of you, stop saying ridiculous things.


    What have I said that would make you think I care what others say about me or my words? I'm not the one who wants to ban someone.

    I say what I want. And expect others to do the same. It's a free board. Too bad others don't see it the same way.
     


  8. hchamp

    hchamp Senior member

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    You remind me of an old friend.

    You have friends?! [​IMG]
     


  9. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    Just what I thought. Sorry, TS. You're not my type. (And not just because of your gender.)

    Well thank God for that small miracle. [​IMG]

    Is it because of my tattoo or the fact that I have actually, on many occasions in my youth, been a criminal?

    Regardless, best of luck with your attempt to be excised from the forum.

    [​IMG]
     


  10. hchamp

    hchamp Senior member

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    Scarlett looks awful in my opinion. That second earring looks just as bad. The placement of her rings doesn't look so much slutty as degenerate.

    +1
     


  11. hchamp

    hchamp Senior member

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    I raise you a criminal...

    [​IMG]


    Does anyone think Grace Kelly would've put tattoos on her body? And if she had, does anyone believe Mr. Monaco would've married her?
     


  12. Brian SD

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    What have I said that would make you think I care what others say about me or my words? I'm not the one who wants to ban someone.
    You quoted my post so I can only assume you're talking to me, yet I'm completely baffled as to the relevance or meaning of this statement. This makes absolutely no sense at all.
    This board is relatively free and self-policed because when someone as delusional as yourself shows up they get a good thrashing from the public, thus negating the need to drop the ban hammer frequently. I'm not sure what you're trying to get out of your tirade, but you're just digging deeper and deeper. It's already been established that you're completely oblivious to your surroundings, you're bordering on troll-status now.
     


  13. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    Does anyone think Grace Kelly would've put tattoos on her body? And if she had, does anyone believe Mr. Monaco would've married her?
    Even though tattoos were relatively uncommon on women of the period, I don't know that he would have NOT married her. After all, one can only assume that he was aware of her checkered (some might say promiscuous) romantic history and was too smitten to care. Tattoos are much more commonplace now, as they are considered socially acceptable as fashion, religious rite, and artwork. Thirty-six percent of those ages 18 to 25, and 40 percent of those ages 26 to 40 have at least one tattoo. I fail to see how your mental association with them being for degenerates and criminals applies to modern society.
     


  14. mbc

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    I've never met an intelligent, educated woman who came from a good family, who wore a nose stud, or any other body piercing, for that matter. Not even the East Indian women did.
    Thus, there must not be any.

    I'll take "Logical Fallacies" for $100, Alex.
     


  15. Toiletduck

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    I'm hesitant to join this bash-fest, but heres a story of my own: I was at the mall once and I saw a baby in his pram, w/ his ear pierced. All I could think was, wtf were his parents thinking? Also, another time, there were these two other kids who must have been 9 or 10. They also had their ears pierced w/ diamond studs in their ears. Call me old fashioned, but I would not let my kids get their ears pierced.....I'd let them wait till they were 18 or off my payroll. [​IMG]
     


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