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Postby merge » 17 Aug 2007, 23:53

Are you sure it was yours?

I have a single grey nostril hair that looks like a booger. Sometimes I catch people staring at it when I talk to them. I like to act offended and say "Hey - I'm up here".
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Postby Buttercup » 18 Aug 2007, 00:09

I'm not 'feisty' at all. It's a combination of not needing male approval (no significant male role models as a child, single sex education), an independent nature and a lot of self confidence.

I'm not saying that no man is intelligent. It's simply statistically unusual in a small community of expats.

TomHill, of course, I don't mean you, silly, just the other boys.
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Postby merge » 18 Aug 2007, 00:27

Fair enough. I should have said "I've noticed that same thing too, BP - recently it seems as though Buttercup has alternated between good-natured asides and the online equivalent of a drunken sailor waving a broken bottle at anyone with a scrotum, yelling "bring it on, pig!"...but I left it at "feisty".
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Postby Buttercup » 18 Aug 2007, 00:41

But I've never been on a boat. I do miss Tash and all the other girls, though.

Well, I've been on the flob for more than a year, now. People use the site for different reasons, I guess. I don't really use it to get information or make friends. It's a scratching post, maybe?
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Postby merge » 18 Aug 2007, 00:53

No worries - sometimes this place reeks like corn chips. If you weren't here, it would be a lot less fun.
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Postby Buttercup » 18 Aug 2007, 00:57

That'll be Mer's towels.
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Postby joshini » 18 Aug 2007, 01:08

merge wrote:Are you sure it was yours?
That's quick, but shut up already. :raspberry:

I pulled it out, and it sure felt like it was mine. I have evidence!!!
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Postby k.k. » 18 Aug 2007, 07:44

Buttercup wrote:That'll be Mer's towels.

Hey! Don't you go painting all my towels with a corn chip smelling brush!!
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Postby Buttercup » 18 Aug 2007, 09:56

Mer wrote:
Buttercup wrote:That'll be Mer's towels.

Hey! Don't you go painting all my towels with a corn chip smelling brush!!


Hehe. That's what it is, you know. Nobody else's towels smell like that, Dorito-boy!
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Postby Big Fluffy Matthew » 18 Aug 2007, 10:21

It's raining.
Er.... thingy.
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