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Mysteries of Magnetism Revealed

Well opinions are like a--holes, everybody has one. I don't mind responding from time to time if necessary, but worshiping if those following a formalized religion. I don't. Seriously though, have a Merry Christmas. Cheers!  (Dec 9, 2009 | post #23)

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Weird (And Slightly Disgusting) Food From Around the World

Just curious, how do you prepare your Durian?  (Dec 9, 2009 | post #7)

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City painted Fake Fire Hydrant

That's cool but cut the Chopin. Cheers!  (Dec 9, 2009 | post #21)

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Man killed by exploding chewing gum

Actually, I'll keep the one I have because she's a good cook and never gets in the way. I had a buddy back there who used to move int a hotel every time his mother-in-law came to visit. I can't imagine the stress it caused. I'd pick him up and take him to a hotel and then back home when she left. I guess things were pretty bad back then - I don't know if they are together anymore. Cheers.  (Dec 9, 2009 | post #30)

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Wild camels terrorize Australian community

Cheers DILF, Christmas is almost non-existent here. A few of us expats are getting together for a barbecue and a couple of drinks, that's about it. I hope you and the family have a good old traditional Christmas and enjoy the time off. Cheers!  (Dec 9, 2009 | post #171)

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Weird (And Slightly Disgusting) Food From Around the World

Durian is as disgusting as they say it is, but a lot of people here still eat it. They say the best Durian comes from Thailand, but what do I know, I only ate it once and never again. You can smell that shit for days afterward. I don't know which is worse, a rotting corpse or Durian. They're both up there in my books.  (Dec 8, 2009 | post #3)

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Woman run over by Santa

Well Melville, you have to change bait every once in a while. There's nothing much happening here for Christmas, so I sincerely wish you and your family a Merry Christmas. Cheers!  (Dec 8, 2009 | post #16)

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Man killed by exploding chewing gum

Your previous post was okay, but now you're pushing it with the mother-in-law routine (passe). Do you even have one? A mother-in-law that is?  (Dec 8, 2009 | post #24)

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Man killed by exploding chewing gum

You're most welcome Max.  (Dec 8, 2009 | post #23)

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Reality TV Contestants Slammed For Cooking Rat

Obesity is a problem in Malaysia where almost everyone eats deep fried food at hawker stores. Except for the Chinese, it's mostly chicken and fish. Last year the government didn't allow turkeys into the country because they weren't halal. All the hotels and upper-class restaurants are taking orders for Christmas turkey, but still waiting on the government. Ham is definitely not on the menu and only a couple of places will cook one up for you - most won't. So, I guess it's a can of Campbell's turkey noodle soup - mmmm delicious!  (Dec 8, 2009 | post #80)

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Mysteries of Magnetism Revealed

Hey Max don't you folks have indoor toilets in your neighborhood or is it just the voyeur in you. Worse still, it could be part of a progressive psychosis. Hmmmm! I told you to see a shrink, now look at what you're doing. Right now it's a trick of the mind, but soon all black rocks will look magnetic. Speedy recovery and try the standard toilet in the meantime. Later Melville.  (Dec 8, 2009 | post #6)

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Wild camels terrorize Australian community

Hey my young psycho from Melville, that doesn't mean to say I'm finished with you. You've at least designated yourself and that's more than I can say for your comrade Yank Oliver. Moreover, don't get taken in by a move in strategy - that could be dangerous. I find mental midgets like yourself are quite useful and entertaining. If your friend Yank Oliver has the balls or the ovaries to put himself or herself on the map, then I'll be happy to accommodate. Otherwise s/he remains persona non gratis, but you sunshine are fair game. Oh! By the way, do they have any restaurants in your end of town that serve camel meat? Just curious, we have one that serves ostrich. Maybe the next time I'm there I'll ask for camel and see what happens. I'll tell you all about it. Later Melville.  (Dec 8, 2009 | post #167)

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City painted Fake Fire Hydrant

Dogs have dichromatic color vision, that means they can see red orange green - greenish blue gray and different shades of purple. Painting a fire hydrant a color that the dog might be able to recognize is one thing, but it's the color coding on the top really confuses them. (Source)Handbook of Applied Dog Behavior and Training, Vol. 1: Adaptation and Learning by Steven R. Lindsay  (Dec 8, 2009 | post #14)

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Man killed by exploding chewing gum

Just an unsolicited test trial for the Federalnaya Sluzhba Bezopasnosti (FSB), the Federal Security Service or the Russian secret police. Formerly KGB.  (Dec 8, 2009 | post #2)

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Wanted: Bank robber with 'offensive breath'

You're so intuitive, you should call the cops with that kind of information. They might even hire you. Oh! But then that might be racial profiling - ta ta! That's not allowed. Well, just tell them you're an FBI rat and you have good information. That should do it and then they'll search the plane for you.  (Dec 8, 2009 | post #7)