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12-29-2015, 11:30 PM - 1 Like   #22141
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That always helps. I find a nice lutefisk on toast sandwich with some pickled herring on the side cures most GE symptoms.
Remember to add a slice of Tillamook cheddar.

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Yeah, Tim nailed it - think 'plough'.

Slough is the setting for the original series of 'The Office".
Should have thought of that. Often have to drive slowly on the road because of someone towing a plough (or other farm stuff).
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Boy, I'm back home, there was a huge snow fall, I spent the afternoon out with the snow blower, and I'm back on my diet. Anyone been to a Coco cabanas

Check out the menu... the waiters just walk by and peel off layers of meat. You have to try them all. The Parmesan Filet Mignon is to die for. I'm never going there again, they totally pooched my diet. I was too full when I left. I was expecting someone to offer me a wafer thin chocolate mint.
Sorry ... could not resist.

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Remember to add a slice of Tillamook cheddar.
Absolutely! Extra sharp.
What was I thinking. homerdoh

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Should have thought of that. Often have to drive slowly on the road because of someone towing a plough (or other farm stuff).
You mean plow?
I wish the Brits would learn to speak English.
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"And now for something completely different ... "

Just call me " Poije Jotul ".

Really.

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Heano Wichi. I like it. Can I kill my account an re-register?

Damn it's slow around here. We go to Niagara Falls, there's more to do than we can get done, we exhaust ourselves going to dinners and parties, and stores fighting the crowds and trying to find parking spaces. A snow storm was coming so we had to get home before it hit, but we had a few more days of things to do.

Now I'm back in Whitney. There's about 1/100 the cars in all of Whitney as there was in one of the big box parking lots. Traffic noise, is one of the big transports rolling down Hwy 60. A traffic jam is a car ahead of you at the stop sign, which no one stops for unless there is another car coming at them on the cross street.

I wonder if the park Visitor Centre is open, I'll go listen to that fake mechanical lumberjack's speech one more time.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
"And now for something completely different ... "

Just call me " Poije Jotul ".

Really.
Chuck Norris.




Well.

Not really.

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Chuck Norris.




Well.

Not really.
Yes ... it's definitely you!

You two are almost twins ... I have seen the images.

So, is this one him or you ?!

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Nomna Subel. Sounds like a Hutt's name (nom nom nom, lick, kill).
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Iam Groot.
Uare THoog
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jean Poitiers Quote
Yes ... it's definitely you!

You two are almost twins ... I have seen the images.

So, is this one him or you ?!
You'll spot the difference when we move. I'm the quick one.

And I look better in boots.





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Nomna Subel. Sounds like a Hutt's name (nom nom nom, lick, kill).
JibbaJab doesn't?

But I hadn't made the connection. Now I have
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You'll spot the difference when we move. I'm the quick one.

And I look better in boots. ...
So, you are the one in middle ...

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So, you are the one in middle ...
No, I have never been recorded in moving pictures. They wanted to keep things realistic.
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