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#5735 Jan 10, 2014
Does a hard-on count as personal growth?

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#5736 Jan 11, 2014
Sock it 2 me wrote:
Does a hard-on count as personal growth?
And transsexual women consider such a growth cancer and have it removed with surgery.
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#5737 Jan 11, 2014
Spotted Girl wrote:
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And transsexual women consider such a growth cancer and have it removed with surgery.
Shudder........

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#5738 Jan 11, 2014
What is it about hamburgers that makes them such a poor underarm deodorant?...

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#5739 Jan 11, 2014
Is breaking the Laws of Physics a misdemeanor or a felony?

Just asking for a friend's sister's boyfriend's brother's girlfriend...

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#5740 Jan 11, 2014
greymouser wrote:
Is breaking the Laws of Physics a misdemeanor or a felony?
Just asking for a friend's sister's boyfriend's brother's girlfriend...
It is a capital offense, but only if you fail.

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#5741 Jan 11, 2014
I wonder if a lawyer could make a ton of money by suing the "injured in an accident" or "taken the drug abc" TV lawyers.

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#5742 Jan 12, 2014
I Am Enzo - The Baker wrote:
What is it about hamburgers that makes them such a poor underarm deodorant?...
why do they use the the word ham in burgers?

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#5744 Jan 12, 2014
liam cul8r wrote:
<quoted text>why do they use the the word ham in burgers?
Because they were first popularized in Germany.

Many think the "mobile" part of "mobile homes" comes from the fact they can be moved. Instead, it comes from the geographic location where they first made. They were first manufactured outside Mobile, Alabama. That company quickly had competition from inside Mobile, Alabama. They had better access to roads and a bunch of unemployed men of color who would be happy to work for low wages back then.

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#5745 Jan 12, 2014
Superstitions

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#5746 Jan 12, 2014
liam cul8r wrote:
<quoted text>why do they use the the word ham in burgers?
Ever heard of the place called Hamburger ... they discovered it from what I've heard.

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#5747 Jan 12, 2014
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#5748 Jan 12, 2014
AIias - Trish wrote:
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Ever heard of the place called Hamburger ... they discovered it from what I've heard.
I would gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today. ;)

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#5749 Jan 12, 2014
The TWO CENT difference between YOUR FAV brand of Cheese and the STORE BRAND..

WHAT???

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#5750 Jan 13, 2014
Sock it 2 me wrote:
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I wonder if our current congress came from the Slumber Party.
Is the opposite of Congress....Progress?

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#5751 Jan 13, 2014
Spotted Girl wrote:
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Because they were first popularized in Germany.
Many think the "mobile" part of "mobile homes" comes from the fact they can be moved. Instead, it comes from the geographic location where they first made. They were first manufactured outside Mobile, Alabama. That company quickly had competition from inside Mobile, Alabama. They had better access to roads and a bunch of unemployed men of color who would be happy to work for low wages back then.
They are mobile. They attract tornados. I think it's the law here.

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#5752 Jan 13, 2014
A classic one...It must be from Steve Wright......"What does a dyslexic, agnostic, insomniac think about at night?"...."Is there a Dog?"

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#5753 Jan 13, 2014
Or what about the California state flag? Originally, what was requested was a Bartlett pear, and a star in the corner to recognize it as a republic. Someone had messy handwriting and thus the flag maker made it with a bear, not a pear.

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#5754 Jan 14, 2014
I wonder if basketball would be much more interesting if they shrank the size of the hoop by an inch or two and raised the basket 3 or 6 feet higher.

Scoring points should be hard even if the opposition sucks.

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#5755 Jan 14, 2014
I was listening to the hockey game tonight on the radio...

And the play by play guy said the puck pin-balled around the goalie crease.

I wonder if anyone under 30 gets that.

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