Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bergdorf Goodwill, Feb 7, 2007.
If Moonie means Man of Outstanding Nowledge in Experiments, then I plead guilty.
You've been infected by Genevieve 's optimism and fluid spelling issues.
Just to reiterate the point, I do strongly dislike cheese, but that's because it makes me sick. I assume that my disliking it is a valuable part of my body's defenses. I don't think cheese is objectively bad.
the dog walked up to the bed while I was having sechs with my wife.... barked loudly... then lifted his leg and pissed on the comforter.
the brad pitt, chanel no5 commercials make me want to throw my TV out the window.
I hope the comforter wasn't too expensive?
I know a Moonie. There are quite a few over here.
How surprised would you be if I told you I possessed definitive proof that this was in fact the case?
^^ I'd be pretty surprised, man, no two ways about it.
I possess definitive proof. I may or may not send it via PM, but it shall not be posted here for the eyes of the uninitiated.
Also, the immigration office pisses me off.
Are you a Moonie?
We are. Yes, yes, we are.
Are the Moonies the ones that wear the fez's?
Also, is it fez's or fezzes? Or even fezzs?
Sun Myung Moon, the beloved founder of the Unification Church, will be missed.
We do not wear fezzes. Read more about us
Ripe cheeses don't have lactose, and they are yummy. Perhaps they won't make you sick.
I've had this problem my whole life, so you'd think I would have gotten an actual medical diagnosis or something, but I haven't. I don't think lactose is the culprit, though, because I've tried lactose free milk and gotten the same results as when I drank regular milk. I'm disinclined to experiment too much with dairy because I don't really miss it or wish I could have it.
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