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things that are making you happy

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by globetrotter, Feb 14, 2008.

  1. Bhowie

    Bhowie Senior member

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    No, I created it in a bar room. I am a god with all things alcohol.
     
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  2. Bhowie

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    I've also smoked sugar cubes with wood and orange peels for sazerac riffs.
     
  3. ethanm

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    I once opened a beer bottle with .50 cal casing!
     
  4. edinatlanta

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    I did a shot of goldschlagger with your mom.
     
  5. edinatlanta

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    Your mom had a wee taste of the hard stuff.
     
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    So I am once again trying to sing along with the "Queen of the Night" aria from Die Zauberflöte. I am getting marginally better.
     
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    I am singing along with the "Sleazy Come Easy Go" song from Cocked and Loaded. I am making steady improvements!
     
  8. MrG

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    You didn't think this one through before you posted it, did you?


    Way out, like, "if we were just a few more miles out we'd be in the country" way out.

    There will still be some decent options that aren't outrageously far away, but the nearby choices are going to be standard suburban-strip-mall fare.


    I am intrigued by this Rumchata. I suspect it would be a novelty and not something I'd generally keep on hand, but I'd definitely give it a try.
     
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    We get each other, Lean.
     
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    I hear somebody say, "IRS". I immediately thought, "Internal Rectum Search" and began lolling.
     
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    this reminded me of two anus jokes that i was able to make for others.


    the latest involved finding some old files in these weird cabinets. they weren't even cabinets, nobody could figure out why somebody ordered them years ago. so i called them cavities and asked the new people to perform cavity searches.

    the other was at my wife's old office. they were looking at furniture that was sent over, one item being a bar stool, and i asked if that was the final product or just somebody's stool sample.




    ZING
     
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    drinking taro bubble tea, the 2nd best bebida in the www

    I'm also happy that I have a pretty good knack for guessing who has thumb'd poasts before clicking to check.

    For example, moast things alcoahol related with a thumb probably have been thumb'd by harvey.
     
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  13. acidboy

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    wife turns a year older today. happy that we find each other less annoying as we grow older.
     
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  14. ImTheGroom

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    Getting more accustomed to my DE razor. Today, for the first time in, possibly, forever, the hairs on my chin were shaved as closely as all of the other hairs on my face.
     
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    Married life is pretty awesome. Can't be beat.
     
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    I don't know where I get this reputation from it's not like I'm drinking leftover wine at 8AM.
     
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    You're drinking a new bottle at 9.
     
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  18. L'Incandescent

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    Today we have someone coming in for an on-campus interview. I did interview this candidate in the first round. Well today I am going to do an old interviewing trick where I test the candidate's ability to think "on her feet" (respond to unexpected events of world). When I see the candidate for the first time today, I'm going to say "Hi, you must be [name]; I'm Thespus Winthorpe, aka The Man What Don't Take No Guff."
     
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    the wife and I have tried the duvet cover (in lieu of top sheet + comforter) and I must say it has its advantages.

    I talked with my neighbor (the one who left random junk on the side of his house which ended up being blown by strong winds into my car and scratching/denting it) and he apologized profusely, promptly moved all the stuff into his back yard (and out of sight), and offered to pay my insurance deductible. I thanked him for offering and said he didn't have to pay (I'm just glad he was actually sorry) and he promised he'd keep his stuff in the back yard from here on out.

    I'm happy because my wife's younger brother is going to be visiting. He's cool, a mountaineering photographer guy, who's been on trips with the wife and I to Prague and France. He has OCD which runs in my wife's family, but not as bad as her other siblings and his job (photographer, climber) seems to be perfectly tailored to his OCD - it also kind of saps him of it so he's actually relaxed most of the time.
     
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    If I were your neighbor I would absolutely refuse to let you refuse my offer. You have something over him now.
     

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