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02-05-2015, 04:52 PM - 1 Like   #14281
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So, "Hold my beer and watch this" is universal.

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I think that's uniquely U.S., though I believe Ireland may have something similar.
Unfortunately they are permitted to reproduce and with international air travel, they can be found everywhere.
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Too easy ... like fishing in barrels with hand grenades. Too easy.

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I missed breakfast and lunch due to an all day meeting. I'm home now substituting the missed meals with Gin.

It's a whole lot easier just to pour a glass of drink.
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I asked my liver and it violently protested.
There is too much blood in my alcohol system . . . . . . . . I think it is time for a drink or two . . . . . . .

02-06-2015, 01:38 PM   #14285
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Too easy ... like fishing in barrels with hand grenades. Too easy.
Are those the colours for the new F.. F...., Jean. Or symbolic of the explosions of opinion as it rolls out of the 3D printer?
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It is a weird giant radish that you feed to horses.


Parsnips are small compared with those radishes you get at the Chinese shops. They are at least the size of the forearm and maybe even the size of the whole arm.
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There is too much blood in my alcohol system . . . . . . . . I think it is time for a drink or two . . . . . . .
I'll drink to that!

EDIT: Wait. What day is it? I only drink on days that end in y.
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I think that's uniquely U.S., though I believe Ireland may have something similar.


We have a very few people like that.


Most you come across are only doing for an act. To find out what the act looks like, search for "Roy and HG". One of the universities I studied at proudly claims them as graduates. Last year at the AFL final commentary they did, titled "Festival of the Boot" they always referred to one player as 'Australian of the Year' (he officially was), and another as 'Crimean War look' (he had been injured and bandaged), etc. Their commentary is a parody, not satire.

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I'll drink to that!

EDIT: Wait. What day is it? I only drink on days that end in y.


There's an easy rule that interprets that!

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I'll drink to that!

EDIT: Wait. What day is it? I only drink on days that end in y.
Well, you're in a world of hurt in France and Quebec ... just FYI.

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Well, you're in a world of hurt in France and Quebec ... just FYI.
I was just thinking about that. I'd have to substitute i for y (ee for ee-grek?) and come up with some sort of exemption for Sunday.
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I was just thinking about that. I'd have to substitute i for y (ee for ee-grek?) and come up with some sort of exemption for Sunday.
Well, I was going to bring up the "i grec" ( y = Greek "i" ) issue, but you figured that all out, as usual.

My rule is that as long as there is a " di " in the day name, it's a green light.

Tonight's sacrifice is another cheap, young Bordeaux between me, myself & I ...
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My rule is that as long as there is a " di " in the day name, it's a green light.
That works for me.
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My rule is that as long as there is a " di " in the day name, it's a green light.
For us Germans it would be any day with a 't' in it.

Anyway, my former flatmate is moving all his stuff out tomorrow and I'm contemplating whether I should secretly help him reduce the weight of everything by selflessly helping myself to something from his vast selection of single malts ...
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Parsnips are small compared with those radishes you get at the Chinese shops. They are at least the size of the forearm and maybe even the size of the whole arm.
Daikon or Bok Choi depending on where you are at. Those things give me some insane gas.
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Daikon or Bok Choi depending on where you are at. Those things give me some insane gas.

According to my wife it doesn't matter what I eat, I am a menace to society!
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