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Old 12-30-2011, 09:58 AM   #21
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:hihi:You guys are a little weird. Must be why I look forward to a JOF visit.
Takes one to know one Dave....
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Well, I tried counting this morning after only one coffee. Rocky start to the day.
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Takes one to know one Dave....
Weird? Who me? Next you are going to say they arent watching and there is no such thing as martians....



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Weird? Who me? Next you are going to say they arent watching and there is no such thing as martians....

If there are no Martirans how did Mars get there? There has to be Martians.
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Well, you pose an interesting position. I do not have an answer, and am looking around the kitchen for tin foil as I speak (type).
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Well, you pose an interesting position. I do not have an answer, and am looking around the kitchen for tin foil as I speak (type).
Forget the tin foil that is soooo 20th century... use a metal colander. (strainer) then ground it to your shoe soles... also makes you look way more sexy to the wimmin folk.. :hihi::hihi:
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I don't really know anything about electricity, fashion or women. As I will be getting a pot and wooden spoon for New Years I can try it then.
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I do kinda resemble that guy in the middle!

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I would not recommend wood....they can see right through that!



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