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Planderella

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donk said:
Now there is somebody who won't show up in this thread

I also had to type the the bling bling stuff into this translator so I could understand.

added can't type fast enough to keep up with teh conversation

I just tried to translate "bling bling" and what the answer it gave is not the correct connotation.
 

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I always thought it to be like wearing alot of ice-

my dog now is now all sorts of bling bling- he pulled his tag off and we had to attach it with a larger,stronger loop. He has chewed on it so much his new name is "Cher".
 

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Planderella said:


I just tried to translate "bling bling" and what the answer it gave is not the correct connotation.

I'm not try'n ta hear that
 

donk

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start spreading the word,
I 'm leaving today,
if I can make it there I can make it any where,
NY, NY
 

Cardinal

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I popped open a bottle of Morgon 1er Cru last night. Wonderful aroma, great color, good legs, hints of black currents and oak.
 

Repo Man

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I can smell the aroma of the Director of Public Works homemade soup and it is making me hungry.
 

Habanero

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I am hungry- we're going to venture to Jason's Deli. I'm so glad they have one out here, since it's a Texas favorite. Yum- huge baked potato here I come!
 

SGB

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Salad days = when life was greener.

Or is when I weighed much less? ;^)
 

SGB

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Why, yes it is!

Pronunciation: "äk-si-'mOr-"än, -'mor-
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural ox·y·mo·ra /-'mOr-&, -'mor-/
Etymology: Late Greek oxymOron, from neuter of oxymOros pointedly foolish, from Greek oxys sharp, keen + mOros foolish
Date: 1657
: a combination of contradictory or incongruous words (as cruel kindness)
 

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.....one of my favorite hobbies growing up was sitting on the corner and drinking 40s....out of a paper bag.
 
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Mike DeVuono said:
.....one of my favorite hobbies growing up was sitting on the corner and drinking 40s....out of a paper bag.

When I was in highschool, my lunch mates and i used to see who could make their paper bag used for lunches last the longest - my friend crystal won, with i think, 4 straight weeks.
 

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donk said:
bet he rides a c40

He rides a digital camera? I don't think I want to know!

Camedia_C40.jpg
 

Cardinal

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Speaking of Scots, does anyone know why Gimli the dwarf in Two Towers has a Scottish accent?
 

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because if it's not Scottish, it's CRAP!
 
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Michael Stumpf said:
Speaking of Scots, does anyone know why Gimli the dwarf in Two Towers has a Scottish accent?

Speaking of dwarves, yesterday a little person called DPW to complain that she couldn't see over the snow drifts, and could we please do something about that! true story.
 

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because if it's not Scottish, it's CRAP!

but how then do you explain the quality of that movie, cause it was pretty bad, compared to the first one. All I heard from scmegals mouth was jar jar binks.
 

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Ahem. Little people. Like Danny DiVito.
 

donk

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I have a friend (honest) who is going to try and get a little person stripper for another friend's stag party.
 

SW MI Planner

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Chad went to a bachelor party (not his own) where the strippers offered the 'full meal deal' and whipped the naked groom with his own best.
 

Planderella

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donk said:
I have a friend (honest) who is going to try and get a little person stripper for another friend's stag party.

Off topic

Ummm...that sounds kind of creepy...... :|
 

donk

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oops, overstepped the bounds of good taste. that item is true, I sometimes, well frequently, have a disconnect between what I say and what I should say.
 

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donk said:
oops, overstepped the bounds of good taste. that item is true, I sometimes, well frequently, have a disconnect between what I say and what I should say.

I often have been accussed on turning off my "common sense filter" too
 

donk

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could we buy them in bulk, I'll take 6. Actually taking six is what ussually gets me into trouble.
 

Cardinal

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Donk, I think that is the first time any Cyburbian ever overstepped the boundaries of good taste. I think we need to send you into PG's corner.
 

Habanero

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It takes only 6? I dated a guy in college named "Case"- his parents swore that's what it took to get them into trouble.
:)
 

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Michael Stumpf said:
Donk, I think that is the first time any Cyburbian ever overstepped the boundaries of good taste. I think we need to send you into PG's corner.

Hmmmm... and I thought it was funny. I guess my good taste threshold is pretty high.
 

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TexasPlanner said:
It takes only 6? I dated a guy in college named "Case"- his parents swore that's what it took to get them into trouble.
:)

A guy in college used to call me "Case"... but it was because he thought I was a headcase.
 

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Courtesy of WinMX, (as recommended on Cyburbia) I downloaded a copy of Monty Python's Argument Clinic. I'll have to look for nudge, nudge, wink, wink.
 
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