“ROCK ON ROCKERS!!”

Level 8

Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#290 Aug 2, 2013
HOT TUBBING... when you are SUPPOSED to be babysitting NEWBORNS..

“Right click Left click Yay!”

Level 7

Since: Dec 10

Nehwon

#292 Aug 2, 2013
harleyhunni wrote:
<quoted text>
So what part of Colorado are you from? I just went through there two weeks ago. We went on the harley of course, and took this highway # 141 and connected into Utah! What a beautiful trip, the scenery was absolutely breathtaking. We will be doing that trip again soon.
In my limited testimony of what I've seen in the world, approaching the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies is up there in the the top 10 or 20.

A group of friends of mine took a ski trip out there. I'd already seen it a couple of times and was happy to see it again. One person in our trip hadn't seen the Rockies before. I let her sit in silence for an hour before I asked her what she thought.

It went something like "urghagsuigsga. It's.... just.... beautiful."

I replied "Yep. That it is."

If it comes to the point where approaching the Colorado Front Range is no longer awe inspiring, kill me for I am already dead.

“More Brains Than .....”

Level 6

Since: Sep 11

..a Zombie Thanksgiving

#294 Aug 2, 2013
Telling your future father-in-law how great his little girl is in the sack.

Since: Oct 09

over here <-------->

#295 Aug 2, 2013
Phil the Grillmaster wrote:
Telling your future father-in-law how great his little girl is in the sack.
or his wife ....

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Level 7

Since: Dec 10

Nehwon

#296 Aug 2, 2013
harleyhunni wrote:
<quoted text>
Well it is beautiful. We have the Rockies here in Canada as well, From the province of BC into Alberta, but nothing compared to this. It was gorgeous, and yes we had to stop and just look. We seen a lot of amazing country, Moab Utah with it's beautiful colors, red by day, darker at night. The Colorado River there is as red as the rock formations.
We took Highway 50 Nevada desert, they call it the loneliest highway, it is, and so is the one that connects to it. But we seen some very beautiful parts here as well, there are sand dunes that look like huge drifts of snow, they are so white.
Went into western Idaho, into Canada, and wow, the wheat fields were gorgeous too, looks like giant hula dancers with their grass skirts flowing in the breeze. Nice part of this whole trip as well was there were no mosquitos...lol! Here in Canada, you can put a damn saddle on them.
Thanks for sharing with me. To Take this trip on a harley is absolutely the best way to see things. We like to say traveling in a car is like watching a movie, traveling on a harley is like starring in one.
The bucket list for me includes doing a Canadian Rocky rail trip.

But I guess that's a cager plus type thing.

Ages ago, I learned how ride a motorcycle from an Air Force roommate. In the open spaces of Oklahoma, it was fun.

But considering the cramp spaces around Philadelphia and the inattentive drivers, a motorcycle is a bit risky considering one accident could wipe out decades of savings.

I wouldn't even consider it now unless I had significant hours in a parking lot with tests including laying down the bike to avoid a direct impact.

“ROCK ON ROCKERS!!”

Level 8

Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#297 Aug 3, 2013
NOT being FULLY AWAKE..and ya start FRYING up Breakfast...

HOT SIZZLING BUTTER ...HURTS..OUCH!!

“We're all Bozos on this bus”

Since: Jan 07

Indianapolis, IN

#300 Aug 3, 2013
Bringing that hornet's nest inside for the winter so it doesn't freeze.
PDX Dave

Portland, OR

#301 Aug 3, 2013
Wow, that would be even worse than ginger root pegging!(adult Google it)

“More Brains Than .....”

Level 6

Since: Sep 11

..a Zombie Thanksgiving

#302 Aug 3, 2013
Google-ing pressure cookers.

“More Brains Than .....”

Level 6

Since: Sep 11

..a Zombie Thanksgiving

#304 Aug 3, 2013
PresidentPriest wrote:
worst thread ever
No, I believe that was "Handjob from Edward ScissorHands using Ben-Gay as Lube, For or Against?"

“Happy Halloween!”

Since: Jul 08

Who or what are you going to b

#305 Aug 3, 2013
Phil the Grillmaster wrote:
Telling your future father-in-law how great his little girl is in the sack.
I love to tell the story my good friend related years ago. A young man came to take his daughter to the senior prom. They were sitting at the kitchen table while he was cleaning a pistol (of course).

My buddy Mark reached into his shirt pocket and pulled out a condom and tossed it across the table at the young man.

The kid was more than a bit flabbergasted until Mark followed it up with, "Hey kid, it's not for her benefit, it's for yours."

“Right click Left click Yay!”

Level 7

Since: Dec 10

Nehwon

#306 Aug 4, 2013
The next day, it was confirm that was a bad idea twice.

Fourth of July - you square off about 25 feet apart, light a fire cracker and toss it at your opponent.

Get pissed off your adversary was timing it much too well so you light an entire string of fire crackers to throw back at him.

Bad idea.

Having poor timing in your aim where that string of firecrackers landed in a consumer mortars.

Law of Unintended Consequences big time.

The opponent tried to firefight stomping on exploding firecrackers to prevent all the mortars from going off at once instead of bravely running away.

Bad idea #2.

While there was a more than a minor but not devastating burn, it did result in much teasing from his Don Quixote noble attempt to stop the windmill from exploding.

We were so young and dumb.

But adult enough to carry arms for our country...

“This is how I see you”

Level 8

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#307 Nov 11, 2013
Asking a cop if he pulled you over because your tires remind him of donuts!

“11 Day's Till Halloween”

Level 8

Since: Dec 08

Hamilton, OH

#308 Dec 22, 2013
Eat black licorice

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#309 Dec 22, 2013
I Am Enzo - The Baker wrote:
...reachin for the washcloth when out of toilet paper?
Or using Sand paper for toilet paper...OUCH!!!

“"Trust no one"”

Level 1

Since: Jul 13

Drive it, like you stole it

#310 Dec 22, 2013
Hiring a Priest as a baby sitter.

Level 7

Since: Feb 09

Phoenix, AZ

#311 Dec 22, 2013
Not scaling a fish before you cook it

“"Trust no one"”

Level 1

Since: Jul 13

Drive it, like you stole it

#312 Dec 22, 2013
skybobbie wrote:
Not scaling a fish before you cook it
Not true!! Gut a trout and fill the cavity with a little butter and lemon. The scales and skin slide right off and it helps keep the meat moist.

“... puttin on ...”

Since: Aug 08

... da union suit ...

#313 Dec 22, 2013
... to stand in an open field at night and try and shoot arrows straight above you ...

“"Trust no one"”

Level 1

Since: Jul 13

Drive it, like you stole it

#314 Dec 22, 2013
Hiring an Amish electrician.

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