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“100% Princess”

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#164 Feb 27, 2014
Big Time wrote:
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You have a Good memory,...
I had a boyfriend once that claimed he admired my mind....

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#165 Feb 27, 2014
Hitesrunprincess wrote:
<quoted text>I had a boyfriend once that claimed he admired my mind....


I just Read the articles,...

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#166 Feb 28, 2014
Hitesrunprincess wrote:
<quoted text>I had a boyfriend once that claimed he admired my mind....
Let's see...

Apparently, men have two heads.

Women can change their minds at will. Which implies two minds...

So which mind did your boyfriend find desirable?

I'll bet he like the warmer, moister, Southern mind opposed to the Northern frigid, icy mind.

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#168 Mar 1, 2014
Big Time wrote:
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Almost a Hat trick,...
Unfortunately, I lack the magic skills to pull something out my hat to eradicate your asinine comments.

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#169 Mar 2, 2014
MJS14 wrote:
The English like to say that they don't have an accent, they talk normal, and we are the ones who started speaking English and came up with weird accents...it's kinda ignorant, just saying.
Tell 'em....there is no such thing as a 'normal' accent in England, there are so many
regional accents, as in America one can place where a person originates, usually, by
their accent. Which is why I recently asked a lady next to me in a store, if by any
chance she came from Ireland, she was Welsh, lol.
I was complimented on my own English accent when I was in New York by a lady
from the Bronx.....I could have listened to her all day myself, it amazes me how many
different accents and methods of speech there are in NY.
Love that Southern drawl!....:)

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#170 Mar 3, 2014
greymouser wrote:
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Let's see...
Apparently, men have two heads.
Women can change their minds at will. Which implies two minds...
So which mind did your boyfriend find desirable?
I'll bet he like the warmer, moister, Southern mind opposed to the Northern frigid, icy mind.
He was def out of this world.....

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#171 Mar 4, 2014
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Unfortunately, I lack the magic skills to pull something out my hat to eradicate your asinine comments.
Eradicate is such a wonderful word

Like defenestrate or gargantuan, there aren't too many times where you can use them without being accused of hyperbole,

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#172 Mar 4, 2014
Hitesrunprincess wrote:
<quoted text>He was def out of this world.....
"def out of this world"?

You rotten kids with your newfangled slang. Speak English!

I'm going to take a guess that you meant "groovy" or "far out!"

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#173 Mar 4, 2014
greymouser wrote:
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"def out of this world"?
You rotten kids with your newfangled slang. Speak English!
I'm going to take a guess that you meant "groovy" or "far out!"
You're such an L7...

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#174 Mar 5, 2014
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Unfortunately, I lack the magic skills to pull something out my hat to eradicate your asinine comments.

Put a Sock in it,





Oh Wait that is what you always do,...

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#175 Mar 5, 2014
greymouser wrote:
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Eradicate is such a wonderful word
Like defenestrate or gargantuan, there aren't too many times where you can use them without being accused of hyperbole,

I'm not Trepidatious at all about him using Big Words,...

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#176 Mar 6, 2014
greymouser wrote:
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"def out of this world"?
You rotten kids with your newfangled slang. Speak English!
I'm going to take a guess that you meant "groovy" or "far out!"
You could say that, and in fact--you did.....

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#177 Mar 6, 2014
No, I don't have a hyunai accent. I drive an SUV.

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#178 Mar 6, 2014
honeymylove wrote:
Met a lady who was from England and I comment how I love her accent and she replies back,You are the one with the accent ,not me..
We meet quite a number of Americans when we go to the Edinburgh Woollen Mill
here in Wales, as it's a regular stop for coach tours. A few times I have asked '
which part of America do you come from if you don't mind my asking'.....this one
lady snapped back 'I am Canadian not American'. I fail to see how one can tell
the difference.
Same with Australia and New Zealand....they get very stroppy if you mix them up.

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#179 Mar 6, 2014
Big Time wrote:
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I'm not Trepidatious at all about him using Big Words,...
I see you might score perfect on the "English" part of the SAT.

How well can you do with this math section?

An AMTRAK train A leaves New York bound for Chicago at 3 PM. At the same time, a train B leaves Chicago bound for New York. What is the most likely outcome.

A) Engine, Engine, Number 9, running down the Chicago line, it's going to jump the tracks, how many lawyers to get your money back?

B) Since the rail system around Chicago is a bottleneck favoring freight, both trains will have to sit for hours there because building separate lines would be Socialism or Liberal.

C)


D) Since no one ever takes the train anymore, both people will drive cars and crash into each other at the Arby's in Newtown Falls, Ohio.

E) After consulting the Oracle of Google with the question of "midpoint between New York and Chicago", the answer is D but the fast food restaurant location of the crash is not certain.

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#180 Mar 7, 2014
Jesus just left Chicago and he's bound for New Orleans.
Well now, Jesus just left Chicago and he's bound for New Orleans.
Yeah, yeah.
Workin' from one end to the other and all points in between.

&fe ature=kp

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#181 Mar 9, 2014
Big Time wrote:
Jesus just left Chicago and he's bound for New Orleans.
Well now, Jesus just left Chicago and he's bound for New Orleans.
Yeah, yeah.
Workin' from one end to the other and all points in between.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =pN69GC2amTgXX&feature=kp
You have a good point there.

But if Jesus boarded a train bound for New Orleans, I would say this is a counterpoint:

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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