A dream 7/11

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A dream 7/11

Postby tommy525 » 22 Jun 2012, 01:59

Had a pretty funny dream the other day of a very advanced 7/11 in Taiwan. Seeing how they offer coffee now and a place to sit, perhaps this is not far off.

It was huge. Outside were merry go round type wooden horses that kids could ride on. They move up and down. It was essentially a large kiddie playground. Inside was the usual 7/11 but much larger, and there was a machine inside where you could get a massage. You put your card in a machine adn lay down on your tummy and the machine essentially clamps down on you and gives you a massage.
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Re: A dream 7/11

Postby housecat » 22 Jun 2012, 07:10

If the 7 marketing people read this, they'll soon all have those Japanese massage chairs installed. Good grief. Cant' be that far away, then, for the Motel 7. Rent it out by the month and just freakin' LIVE there! How convienient!
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Re: A dream 7/11

Postby grandfeller » 25 Jun 2012, 16:21

Dreamland 7-11 - awesome. Maybe that's where we go when we die.
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Re: A dream 7/11

Postby Enigma » 25 Jun 2012, 16:48

My wonderland 7-11 changed ownership. They used to have 2 nice canopied tables outside. I live near a lot of factories, thus many Pinay and Viets that would go buy their dinner and eat it at the tables. Heaven forbid that they would use the garbage cans so the old owner removed the bins so garbage got left on the tables.
New owner went one step further and has now removed the tables. End result is that now there is no place to eat, no place to drink in the open air and no place for me to sit and sip. BASTARDS! New owner won't last long. Also the cute girl that was alway knowing my need for ice, water and scotch got fired. BASTARDS! (Oh, I said that already but WTF!)
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Re: A dream 7/11

Postby divea » 25 Jun 2012, 17:23

First tommy's fantasies now we are subject to his banal dreams too :roll:
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Re: A dream 7/11

Postby Enigma » 25 Jun 2012, 18:21

divea wrote:First tommy's fantasies now we are subject to his banal dreams too :roll:

Kisses from me and I guess Tommy too.
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Re: A dream 7/11

Postby Kobayashi » 25 Jun 2012, 20:50

Do your dreams really need to be posted?
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Re: A dream 7/11

Postby tomthorne » 25 Jun 2012, 20:55

None of the 7-11s near me have the big silver cans of Asahi. It really pisses me off.
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Re: A dream 7/11

Postby superking » 25 Jun 2012, 21:17

tomthorne wrote:None of the 7-11s near me have the big silver cans of Asahi. It really pisses me off.



Asahi is poison. They are doing you a favour mate.
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Re: A dream 7/11

Postby Steviebike » 25 Jun 2012, 21:33

Motel 7-11. Check in from 7pm, leave by 11am. Could work a dream. Get it... dream? Yea?
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