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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DreamTheaterRules, Apr 22, 2019.
I’m pretty sure that’s a very rude word in some languages.
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S & B do America™...is there a GoFundMe for tacos and legal fees yet?
It's an internet myth. Kind of like if I tried to act like I was a good guitar player in the forums. I could say it, but there'd be too much evidence to the contrary.
It was just reported on ESPN. Las Vegas odds-makers have this winning by a substantial margin.
We're getting a bunch of new ones now.
Yeah, but they also have the STL Blues as odds-on favorites for winning Lord Stanley's Cup, so...
Sh!t, that's a great idea! The GoFundMe part, that is!
I've been known to bake an apple pie, though not the way you describe. Not sure how to put a quilt top on a pie...hmmm....
Plz, spare me. Am just adept in the kitchen, and enjoy viewing PBS TV cooking shows. Also like researching various recipe websites and YT channels for feeding myself, family and friends when we gather...
I kind of like this as it places the blame elsewhere. Sort of like, “I was over served!”
Sign me up for the whole series!
As opposed to, "Once I got started, I couldn't help myself..."
Agreed. So far DOINK is my favorite.
It certainly has my vote. I really like PUI as well, and we could have an understood pronouncing of it as the smell reaction "pee-ewe" or however you spell that. So, while PUI is more technically accurate and a take on the familiar, I'm still going to have to go with "Doink" as it just sounds funny. Plus it allows phrases like "I dropped a Doink on his a..." well, you get the point.
Plus, it's kinda cool that a new guy came up with it. Possibly earning him a nickname as a reward!
Drunk in Charge of Credit/Keyboard!
Yup, me too. It's kinda like throwing spaghetti at the ceiling.
No need for false modesty. Everyone knows you don't waste your best on your family and friends. You serve them the adequate stuff, and only master bake for yourself!
You don't know me or my family very well.
When serving wine to wedding guests, typically you serve the good wine first, until the guests are soused, then the inferior wine, so they can't tell the difference.
What respectable host reserves the good wine until last?
Good wine is for the family that can get to you while you're asleep, or the ones you stand to get an inheritance from. The rest get Welch's grape juice with a smidgen of vodka mixed in. But you've never met my family, so you wouldn't know that!
jup (juiced up posting)
wypp (whats your poison penned)
balp (brahms and liszt poster)