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Rumpy Tunanator

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I smoke the rock (not cockpits) and I've heard stories about people that smell gas in their house and decide to lit a cigarette and boom.
 

nerudite

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Rumpy Tuna said:
I smoke the rock (not cockpits) and I've heard stories about people that smell gas in their house and decide to lit a cigarette and boom.
Huh? I have no clue what you just said.
 

Rumpy Tunanator

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nerudite said:
Huh? I have no clue what you just said.
Neither do I. Sorry self. You meant the rock as a joke but I'll just put it in Pig Latin.

Iaay okesmay hethay ockrayy, otnay hethay ockcay!
 

nerudite

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I see. I guess I just didn't understand how this was pertinent to the thread. I guess it just wasn't.
 

Jeff

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nerudite said:
I see. I guess I just didn't understand how this was pertinent to the thread. I guess it just wasn't.
You're catching on ;)
 

donk

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All of the houses in my neighbourhood with old people on oxygen have signs on the doors that say no smoking.

I wonder what the insurance company is going to say.
 

Tom R

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When I was in Delaware, an electrician was working on a sump pump in a house in a relatively new subdivision. He threw his cigarette into the sump and if flared up. Anyway, the authorities were called in and soon the EPA was there in "moon suits" and all. It seems that the developer buried a lot of organic waste (grubbing stuff) in the yards. The stuff decayed creating methane which followed the gravel base of the sewer lines into the french drains. Everything had to be dug up and hauled. The developer went belly up and the county now has regulations on where waste materials can be buried.
 
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