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    Re: BBQ Ate Too Many Pixie Sticks for Breakfast This Morning...

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    Dear BBQ,

    How do the insane celebrate their birthdays?
    Nothing like stealing someone elses question.


    Post whoring at it's lowest.
    :P

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    Re: BBQ Ate Too Many Pixie Sticks for Breakfast This Morning...

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    Dear BBQ,

    How do the insane celebrate their birthdays?
    Nothing like stealing someone elses question.


    Post whoring at it's lowest.
    :P

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    Re: BBQ Ate Too Many Pixie Sticks for Breakfast This Morning...

    "singersp" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    Dear BBQ,

    How do the insane celebrate their birthdays?
    Nothing like stealing someone elses question.


    Post whoring at it's lowest.
    :P

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    ok so i missed it

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    Re: BBQ Ate Too Many Pixie Sticks for Breakfast This Morning...

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    Dear BBQ,

    How do the insane celebrate their birthdays?
    Nothing like stealing someone elses question.


    Post whoring at it's lowest.
    :P

    http://www.purplepride.org/forums/index.php?topic=43328.msg742476;topicseen#new
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    ok so i missed it
    Lying bastage!

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    Re: BBQ Ate Too Many Pixie Sticks for Breakfast This Morning...

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    [quote author=BadlandsViking link=topic=16517.msg742477#msg742477 date=1205885946]
    Dear BBQ,

    How do the insane celebrate their birthdays?
    Nothing like stealing someone elses question.


    Post whoring at it's lowest.
    :P

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    ok so i missed it
    Lying bastage!

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    Re: BBQ Ate Too Many Pixie Sticks for Breakfast This Morning...

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    Dear BBQ,

    How do the insane celebrate their birthdays?
    By not answering questions.
    (I'm still celebrating - the celebration lasts as long as you're able to stay drunk).


    DISCLAIMER:
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    He is a teetotaler and was just making a funny.


    And now, a story before you go to bed.
    (Well, not RIGHT before you go to bed.
    I'm just assuming you're awake when you're reading this and you'll be asleep at some point afterwards.
    Would you like me to tuck you in, munchkin?)



    Campfire Songs for the Calcium Deficient, Part Book, Episode Chapter:
    The Epic Sequel to the Prequel of the Original Epic Seven-Part Trilogy Entitled "Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Revenge of the Secret of the Wrath of the Terror of the Attack of the Oh Crap We're Running Out of Space on the Poster We'd Better End the Title Right Here" - The Final Chapter of the Beginning (With the Possible Exception of the Many, Many Chapters to Follow, Depending on the Financial Success of THIS Chapter)

    [img width=450 height=441]http://www.marchmadness.org/images/maps/downtownparking.jpg[/img]

    Ah, yes.
    Map of Downtown Peoria.
    I recognized you when you came in.
    You have your uncle's forehead.
    I think he'll be wanting it back now.

    NO!
    No time for pleasantries!
    We're over-budget as it is!
    Stop making that ridiculous *SBLSGH!
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    Well, every part of them with the exception of the mylon fibers.



    There.
    Now we're even.
    You get to use my riding lawnmower, I get to keep your eyeballs.
    You're free to go now.
    Run along, now, precious.

    (Your pancreas is next if you breathe a word of this to Mars Blackmon).


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    Re: BBQ Ate Too Many Pixie Sticks for Breakfast This Morning...

    now i'm confused

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    Re: BBQ Ate Too Many Pixie Sticks for Breakfast This Morning...

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    now i'm confused
    LOL.
    This thread, if one were to take some time and go back through it, has some very interesting perspectives from BBQ.
    ;D
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    Re: BBQ Ate Too Many Pixie Sticks for Breakfast This Morning...

    Dear BBQ,

    why is it that at big sport events or concerts where members of the crowd are shown on the big screen they always look at the screen and wave/cheer/jump about etc. Why can they never figure out where the camera is positioned and look into it while publicly humiliating themselves?

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    Re: BBQ Ate Too Many Pixie Sticks for Breakfast This Morning...

    "scottishvike" wrote:
    Dear BBQ,

    why is it that at big sport events or concerts where members of the crowd are shown on the big screen they always look at the screen and wave/cheer/jump about etc. Why can they never figure out where the camera is positioned and look into it while publicly humiliating themselves?
    Excellent question, my good Scotsman.

    While this may seem like a stupid habit, there is in fact a very sound logical reason to avert one's eyes from the camera: protection from mind control.
    There is know way of knowing for sure if the person pointing a camera at you has hypnotic powers or not.
    Therefore, it is best to avoid looking at the camera, lest you accidentally subjugate your will to a malicious sorcerer moonlighting as a camera crewman.
    Better safe than sorry, I say.

    Plus, it's fun to see yourself on that big, colorful screen.
    Especially if you're easily distracted by color, movement, and/or shiny things.
    Hooray for shiny things!


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