Chat Thread 39: A Heartwarming Children's Movie

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Radio Blue Heart wrote:Some times I got bored with Jenga and just used the blocks to build things.
I used to do that too. As a matter of fact, I might still have 'em.
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I used to do that with dominoes, dominoes are suprisingly fun to play with outside of their intended uses/games.
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like throwing them at the people who DO use them properly

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I used to play dominoes and Jenga with videotapes. Good 'ol times.

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texascat018 wrote:Exam season....
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You're all wrong! It's baseball season! *tosses a baseball*
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Moving to Saskatchewan (AKA: The Middle of Nowhere) tomorrow. Lets hope there are actual people living there to converse with. :P

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okay...SAY HIGH TO COURAGE AND MURIEL FOR ME :P :mrgreen:

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Nowhere's in Kansas, though. XP
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TheMobian wrote:Moving to Saskatchewan (AKA: The Middle of Nowhere) tomorrow. Lets hope there are actual people living there to converse with. :P

Also: New avatar! The old one died XP
Dear god, WHY!? Does the great frosty north at least have the internet??
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TheMobian wrote:Moving to Saskatchewan (AKA: The Middle of Nowhere) tomorrow. Lets hope there are actual people living there to converse with. :P

Also: New avatar! The old one died XP
Maybe while you are living on the Canadian prairies who can go visit Midian... where the monsters live!
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:
TheMobian wrote:Moving to Saskatchewan (AKA: The Middle of Nowhere) tomorrow. Lets hope there are actual people living there to converse with. :P
... where the monsters live!
Monsters?! :o

WWWOOOOOWWW!!! =D
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TheMobian wrote:Moving to Saskatchewan (AKA: The Middle of Nowhere) tomorrow. Lets hope there are actual people living there to converse with. :P

Also: New avatar! The old one died XP
Welcome to the Prairie! now we share common interest in notingness and cold.
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Do I spy a remote control for Version Fios? It sure looks like it.
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we use Shaw remote eh! Canadian network company. I kinda want to switch over to netflix, but not sure if it's good or not.

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Karlos wrote:
Radio Blue Heart wrote:
TheMobian wrote:Moving to Saskatchewan (AKA: The Middle of Nowhere) tomorrow. Lets hope there are actual people living there to converse with. :P
... where the monsters live!
Monsters?! :o

WWWOOOOOWWW!!! =D
Now that's awesome!
Its a bit of drive, Midian is somewhere in the middle of Albert. According to the book "Cabal" anyway...

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Speaking of scary things...

Eating mashed potatoes without gravy.

No, really. I'm eating some without gravy right now. *Shutters* Why am I doing this...
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Just use some salt and pepper, and go to it.
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I had salt within an arms length the entire time and never thought to use it, but now it's too late. I finished them.
(Yes. I am on my computer, and have a salt shaker within an arms length. I also have two bottles of hot sauce. This is also saddened by the fact I have a laptop and am currently lying on my stomach on my bed, meaning the salt and hot sauce is on the headboard. Along with 10 empty Sprite cans, 1 half empty can that I'm currently drinking from, and 1 unopened can for when I finish the open one.)
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JeffCvt wrote:Speaking of scary things...

Eating mashed potatoes without gravy.

No, really. I'm eating some without gravy right now. *Shutters* Why am I doing this...
That's it? Try eating mashed potatoes without the potatoes. Now, that is scary.
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Or gravy without mashed potatoes for that matter.
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Are you kidding? Gravy isn't that bad by itself.
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TheMobian wrote:Moving to Saskatchewan (AKA: The Middle of Nowhere) tomorrow. Lets hope there are actual people living there to converse with. :P

Also: New avatar! The old one died XP
Well at least there'll be hockey fans :P
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Seth wrote:
TheMobian wrote:Moving to Saskatchewan (AKA: The Middle of Nowhere) tomorrow. Lets hope there are actual people living there to converse with. :P

Also: New avatar! The old one died XP
Well at least there'll be hockey fans :P
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Duster wrote:
Seth wrote:
TheMobian wrote:Moving to Saskatchewan (AKA: The Middle of Nowhere) tomorrow. Lets hope there are actual people living there to converse with. :P

Also: New avatar! The old one died XP
Well at least there'll be hockey fans :P
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dumb, but freindly

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I take offense to that. My T.A. for my Statistics class was a moose. That stereotype is dangerous and untrue. :P
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JeffCvt wrote:Are you kidding? Gravy isn't that bad by itself.
Gravy? That's a funny way to spell "ketchup."
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Sleet wrote:
JeffCvt wrote:Are you kidding? Gravy isn't that bad by itself.
Gravy? That's a funny way to spell "ketchup."
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Otaku-Boy wrote:dumb, but freindly
Friendly, eh?
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JeffCvt wrote: Are you kidding? Gravy isn't that bad by itself.

Gravy? That's a funny way to spell "ketchup."
I take it this is another instance of you liking it but it definitely not liking you?
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Tha Housefox wrote:
Otaku-Boy wrote:dumb, but freindly
Friendly, eh?
Could be worse. Could be the Trailer Park Boys.
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:
Tha Housefox wrote:
Otaku-Boy wrote:dumb, but freindly
Friendly, eh?
Could be worse. Could be the Trailer Park Boys.
I'm not sure what you mean. Those would be fantastic neighbors to have.
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:
Tha Housefox wrote:
Otaku-Boy wrote:dumb, but freindly
Friendly, eh?
Could be worse. Could be the Trailer Park Boys.
Of course they could make great neighbors why wouldn't they? The key to having neighbors is "mutual respect".
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Until they rob you...
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Well to be fair ANYONE can rob you blind, whether they live in a trailer or not, be they young or old, male or female, rich or poor.
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Duster wrote:Well to be fair ANYONE can rob you blind, whether they live in a trailer or not, be they young or old, male or female, rich or poor.
You misunderstand. "Trailer Park Boys" is a Canadian comedy about ex-convicts living in a trailer park. I will send you a link. Its a pop culture reference.

Also I lived the first 10 years of my life in a trailer. I know what I am talking about.
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