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Old 01-19-2006, 12:29 PM   #1301
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It might be a bit hard to find a manufacturer that makes crotchless boxers
Isn't that what the little escape hatch on the front is for?

On another note, why haven't we seen a photo of you in the "What Do You Look Like?" thread? This oversight must be addressed as soon as possible.
Photos, man, we want photos!
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Old 01-19-2006, 12:38 PM   #1302
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Good advice that you should follow Mr Scott.


Where's teh thread about RENO.

We want photos and descriptions.

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Old 01-19-2006, 12:52 PM   #1303
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Good advice that you should follow Mr Scott.


Where's teh thread about RENO.

We want photos and descriptions.

Pronto
It came a snowstorm on both the day I arrived and the day I left, and it was quite cold in between. As the casinos are kept absurdly hot inside, I had some problems with my camera lens fogging up every time I stepped out the door. I'll get the film developed and see if any of them turned out properly. If what I saw through the viewfinder wound up in the photos, they should be pretty good.
Also, I spent more time with beau du jour than I did sightseeing on this trip, so not all the photos are suitable for posting.
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Old 01-19-2006, 01:43 PM   #1304
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Isn't that what the little escape hatch on the front is for?

On another note, why haven't we seen a photo of you in the "What Do You Look Like?" thread? This oversight must be addressed as soon as possible.
Photos, man, we want photos!
Awww I didnt think anyone cared about what I looked like, I'm touched *sniff*

But unfortunatly I dont have any photos

or...fortunatly depending on how you look at it
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Old 01-19-2006, 02:50 PM   #1305
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Awww I didnt think anyone cared about what I looked like, I'm touched *sniff*

But unfortunatly I dont have any photos

or...fortunatly depending on how you look at it
But anyone who has looked at your profile KNOWS what you look like Karmillo.

And isn't The Dig a great gaMe?
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Yeah, anyone who posts in this thread from now on thinks that The Dig is a great game.
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You need some more thread killing lessons.
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As do you, it would appear. For, once again, you have failed to make the kill.

Let me show you how it's done...
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I'm not hiding your blood-stained knives for you. If you're going to kill people, Mel, then at least clean up after yourself! I'm sure you can find some alcohol or something in the lab to shift the red stuf...
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Will you at least help me hide the body?
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Let's see now... I can take a long flight over to California to help someone cover up a murder, or I can stay here in nice, quaint England with the comparatively sane English people.

Hmm.
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Hey, it's been in the 50's and sunny and we even have a few trees that are going to blossom soon. We're pretty sane. All the pretty college girls will dig your accent.
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But anyone who has looked at your profile KNOWS what you look like Karmillo.
Ah. He's cute, but I must admit I hadn't pictured him as looking so...stylized.
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Hey, it's been in the 50's and sunny and we even have a few trees that are going to blossom soon. We're pretty sane. All the pretty college girls will dig your accent.
The last time I was in America, everyone thought by my accent that I was Australian

Probably cos I didn't go 'Tally ho yank cousins, spot of tea please?'
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Let's see now... I can take a long flight over to California to help someone cover up a murder, or I can stay here in nice, quaint England with the comparatively sane English people.

Hmm.
I'm glad you used comparatively in that sentence. There could definitely have been trouble otherwise.

Mel, cut the body up into little pieces cover them in wrapping paper (so they look like presents) and throw them to the lions in the zoo (This body disposal method stolen from the French film Pere Noel edt une ordure. As a note, make sure everyone throwing the presents is clear on the principle. As they said in the film "They're not the sort of presents giraffes like" )
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Eek! I just won't put them in duffle bags and put them in the river. Some people did that the first summer after I moved to California.

I promise you, no one was harmed in the making of my 'Thread Must Die' posts!

@seebaruk - I've heard lots of Aussie and some New Zealand accents, so I wouldn't confuse it.
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@seebaruk - I've heard lots of Aussie and some New Zealand accents, so I wouldn't confuse it.
Cool, it got kind of tiring after a while!

'You're British? You don't sound British.'

That's cos you've only ever heard American actors doing p*ss poor British accents! Argh! Although I do have a Northern twang, which must throw them off.
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Cool, it got kind of tiring after a while!

'You're British? You don't sound British.'

That's cos you've only ever heard American actors doing p*ss poor British accents! Argh! Although I do have a Northern twang, which must throw them off.
Obviously you don't say "Top Hole", "I say chaps, steady on" and "That's just not crcket" enough.
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Cool, it got kind of tiring after a while!

'You're British? You don't sound British.'

That's cos you've only ever heard American actors doing p*ss poor British accents!
I guess this means that American dialogue coaches don't teach British accents any better than they teach Southern accents.
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Argh!
"Argh!", indeed. Not all of us Southerners sound like we're from South Carolina, contrary to what Hollywood would have the world believe.
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Although I do have a Northern twang, which must throw them off.
So you sound like the game warden in the episode of "Chef!" where Gareth was on a quest for grey-legged partridges?
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