Things you just don't get

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  1. Liam O

    Liam O Senior member

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    No, but they do a great brooklyn

    baDUMcha
     


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    There's a baDUMcha emoticon, maladroit.
     


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    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    I really want to hear a Japanese person say the word "maladroit".
     


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    That's lacist.
     


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    Same with me. I hurt so badly that I was convinced no morphine was in the solution.
     


  6. Liam O

    Liam O Senior member

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    The only effective painkiller for me seems to be torridol. Anything else just makes me nauseated, confused, and still in massive amounts of pain.
     


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    Harold falcon Senior member

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    Why is there a restaurant called "Quaker Steak and Lube?" Why would you name your food joint after a pun on motor oil? What kind of sick bastards would eat there?
     


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    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Maybe they cook their steaks in used motor oil to help the environment?
     


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    I looked up their menu online, it appears they specialize in chicken wings.
     


  10. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    Speaking of restaurants...why would a restaurant ever hire and an ugly server that is also unpersonable? For the blind and deaf patrons?
     


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    I think they are a protected group now. So, affirmative action.
     


  12. Gibonius

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    It's always a good sign when you've been in severe pain often enough/long enough to know these things.


    Vicodin was fine for me when I had the spinal injury, but without it, I get horribly nauseous. Interesting stuff. Percoset is win for me though, but I've never been into the upper tiers of opiates outside of in a hospital setting.
     


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    Thomas Senior member

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    I have a bottle of Tramadol, and a small scrip of hydrocodone, I've not taken either, am terrified of what rabbit hole I'll fall into. Not sure why I even filled them.


    OMG I think I've eaten there, around '93 or so. There weren't many options nearby and we were an adventurous bunch. Remind me to tell you about the gay restaurant in North Hollywood some day.

    Speaking of Pennsylvania, we wandered into a steakhouse that didn't look like much. We were there for a co-workers birthday (on the road), and they had these monstrously large steaks, I think they had a 24, 48, and 72 oz steaks - we ended up getting him the 48-oz steak and it was immense - folded over on the plate. Surprisingly good.
     


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    I lived in PA for quite a few years and dined at the Quaker Steak and Lube on more than one occasion. It was usually packed. Also, there are race cars suspended from the ceiling.
     


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