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Old 03-30-2009, 12:44 AM
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Who the heck are all of you guys and what have you done with my friend Richard? I suppose that you put him out to look for a double Porto potty for everyone's conveyance. If you get the chance, I'm sure he could use a leg up from you guys, so why not lend him a hand or more.
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Old 03-30-2009, 04:48 AM
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That's because you're one of 'The Aristocrats'!
Oh no! Not you again, Brian....I thought we both got out of that MESS "over there" just before we got busted. Now you're trying to get me in trouble over here before I even get good start. Kenny Boy don't like that ****. And, unlike over there, he keeps a sharp eye out.
Be cool.
And Oren, we know you're just tryin' to bait us with that last sentence of yours. Fergit it. We are professional MoFo's at at this ****. As you can see...we been around the block a few times.

Hey, Kenny Boy....I told you I could liven things up a bit for you over here. How my doin'? (never mind). Where are the chicks?

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Old 03-30-2009, 01:07 PM
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Thanks, Ron....I did register with the "AUTHORITIES" before I moved in.
They keep a close eye on me.
I would still watch your women and chidren, though.
No worry. Down here in Texas we think gun control means you hit what you aim at.
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Old 03-30-2009, 01:13 PM
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Hey, Kenny Boy....I told you I could liven things up a bit for you over here. How my doin'? (never mind). Where are the chicks?
Chicks? Try your local farmer.. Please, be kind to little animals..
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Old 03-30-2009, 02:12 PM
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Oh no! Not you again, Brian....I thought we both got out of that MESS "over there" just before we got busted. Now you're trying to get me in trouble over here before I even get good start. Kenny Boy don't like that ****. And, unlike over there, he keeps a sharp eye out.
Be cool.
Sorry Paul, I couldn't help myself. Your reference to it on TB made me bust out laughing and almost sent my morning coffee thru my nose.
Great to hear from you.
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Old 03-30-2009, 05:12 PM
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And Oren, we know you're just tryin' to bait us with that last sentence of yours. Fergit it. We are professional MoFo's at at this ****. As you can see...we been around the block a few times.
Paul, don't you mean rode hard and put up wet? I'm pretty sure that's it, and if it's not, then I'm still pretty. I'm somewhat in the same crowd as you rejects. I first got a PM wrist slap and when I responded with my own wrist slap, the unnamed moderator (john turner) didn't like it and jumped me pretty badly, so I then responded appropriately and was awarded a "warning." I felt so special after that, I could hardly contain myself. I'm sure that others of you "MoFo's" can relate to my joys. I think that all you guys need is a big ole bowl of grits and your worries are over.
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Old 03-30-2009, 07:14 PM
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Hey, big O.....I'm all about grits too.....I try not to mention that fact in an exchange with a lady though....not too classy.
By the way, IMHO, I agree with you totally about the moderation in question.
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Hey PW. Nice to hear from another grits fan. Since my other grits talkin' pal David, a/k/a Junior, has disappeared from here for a while, it's been me against Richard, Anselm and Joel. I keep considering sending a bag to New Zealand, Germany and Norway for their dining pleasures, but not sure if they could be truly appreciated in another country. If you get a chance, and you'll have to go back a couple of months, go to the Down Here thread and you'll see that there is a National Grits Festival in St. George, SC. Who knew!

So how many ladies do you exchange with?
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Old 03-30-2009, 11:44 PM
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So how many ladies do you exchange with?
Exchange what with?
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Old 03-31-2009, 08:15 AM
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Exchange grits, maybe? I'd consider sending a semla in hetvägg in return, but I don't think there's even the slightest chance for it to stay fresh. In Germany I got something which made me think of grits, although that was probably not it. It was some sort of grain half the size of corn which they mixed with eggs and fried.

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Old 03-31-2009, 08:56 AM
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Hey.....I try not to mention that fact in an exchange with a lady though....
This is it. I know that you're not mentioning grits, (although some ladies may find them stimulating and quirky) but I'm just wondering about what you do mention in the aforesaid "exchange with a lady" and of course a more precise meaning of the exchange. Balls in your court!

Welcome back bill E. Joel. I guess you saw that my friend Richard is on a special mission and will be absent for a while. What are we to do without his educational musings and complete lack of respect for grits.?
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Old 03-31-2009, 09:03 AM
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Bill E. Joel? I quite like that. Also, if I were to stick to initials only, E.J. seems very nice too. Like I was in Backstreet Boys or something.

I wonder what R.P. is really up to? R.P. sounds like Earp. Maybe he is the descendant of the once great sheriff?
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Old 04-04-2009, 11:37 PM
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R.P. sounds like Earp. Maybe he is the descendant of the once great sheriff?
Earp? How did you get to there? Too much low register practice?
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Old 04-05-2009, 04:18 AM
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We speak different languages, Richard. With my accent you wouldn't know I was speaking English until I started spelling the words out for you.
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Old 04-05-2009, 02:29 PM
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We speak different languages, Richard. With my accent you wouldn't know I was speaking English until I started spelling the words out for you.
I have an Irish friend and I can now understand him (after 25 years). A Swede would be easy to understand, I'm sure - especially one who has had to deal with Norwegians.
NP - Norwegian Wood, Song of Norway, I Skovens Dybe Stille Ro (Isn't Denmark close by?)
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Old 04-05-2009, 04:56 PM
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Well, uhm, Denmark is close to the south of Sweden, where you can actually see the other country across the water. But from Tromsö I believe it'd be some 2000 kilometers. Might as well dig a hole and come visit you, Richard!

You see, I had to adopt this extra strange accent the people have in the ultima thule, because they don't even try to sound very English when they speak. This is good because we Swedes, believing that we speak perfect English as we do, might send out the signals that we DO speak perfectly, but really don't, and this seems to confuse those whose native language is English in some form. The North-Norses speak very funny but so slowly and if not well then at least clearly articulated that even people used to fluent English gets a fair chance to understand them. Blending Swedish and Norwegian accents as I do, I realize I sound rather ridiculous, but I decided it was better to choose interaction over image.
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