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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby housecat » 30 Sep 2010, 05:34

TheGingerMan wrote:You'll have to pry it from my cold, dead, hands.

Well, there'd be no point in a ribbon in that case.
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby TheGingerMan » 30 Sep 2010, 10:45

housecat wrote:
TheGingerMan wrote:You'll have to pry it from my cold, dead, hands.

Well, there'd be no point in a ribbon in that case.

Methinks you've got the knot up the wrong tree. A ribbon is for those that are away, and are supposed to come back some day. And trust me, I'll always come back, one way or another. Returning to the fold is a matter of personal honour for me & mine. Deep, dark, ginger hearts such as mine never fade away, we're gluttons for punishment, just like the real Sir Bob said, with: "Brutalise me with music!"

So get that ribbon going, it's really all just a matter of time. Palm or banyan.
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby housecat » 30 Sep 2010, 18:15

I don't know why, and it's not very brutal, but I always like the way this song makes me feel.

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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby MilkTeaJack » 03 Oct 2010, 09:17

Not to go off topic but I went to ThreadKiller's bday party last night. Electronisk has a classy joint, Diana(handle?) and others from the board represented all the class and dignity we offer on the flob and, ah, JimiPresley...a beautiful man, a prince amongst the unwashed and able to upend bowls of food but NOT spill a drop from his drink. :cool:

And I had such a burning desire to play naked Wii bowling accompanied by chill house music. I crap you not! Every single person at the party could be a model for a glossy magazine (and I think we all know the kind of magazine I am picturing with jimi, funk500 and the little girl behind the counter wooing the bartender).<--ah hell, throw in the bartender. :lick:
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby bismarck » 03 Oct 2010, 13:01

You guys aren't very good at this. Killing threads, that is...
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby housecat » 04 Oct 2010, 21:13

Hahaha. You thought it would that easy?!! Mmuuaaaahhhhaaaahhhaaaa!!!
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby bismarck » 05 Oct 2010, 03:10

housecat wrote:Hahaha. You thought it would that easy?!! Mmuuaaaahhhhaaaahhhaaaa!!!

Sorry, what was that? :D
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby pqkdzrwt » 05 Oct 2010, 05:40

I think you should also be counting "threads" that you have gone into and changed the topic to something completely irrelevant to the thread. Changing the topic to distract people from answering/discussing the original question is as good as killing it (:
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby TheGingerMan » 05 Oct 2010, 06:36

Good point.
Now, where's that confounded bridge?
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Re: ThreadKilling

Postby elektronisk » 05 Oct 2010, 09:40

MilkTeaJack wrote: ah, JimiPresley...a beautiful man, a prince amongst the unwashed and able to upend bowls of food but NOT spill a drop from his drink. :cool:

And I had such a burning desire to play naked Wii bowling accompanied by chill house music.


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