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  1. #1561
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    Heh, 'fraid not, just your average immature 19 year old.

    Ben likes it up the bum.

    Edit: Typo.
    Last edited by David Harrison; 04-21-2005 at 12:30 PM.

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    Y'know, saying that pretty much verifies Wamboid's assumption.

  3. #1563
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    Well, considering a good portion of the members here are 13-17, I guess 19 would be somewhat old...
    Fell in love with his Keno waitress,
    They honeymooned in Memphis,
    They were married by the drive up window.
    Trailer parks, neon signs,
    And an empty box of Lucky Strikes,
    All used up on the dashboard of America.
    --All You Can Ever Learn Is What You Already Know (The Ataris)

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    Not as old as wamboid though.

  5. #1565
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    Geeze, wamboid, you're like...as old as my parents!
    Fell in love with his Keno waitress,
    They honeymooned in Memphis,
    They were married by the drive up window.
    Trailer parks, neon signs,
    And an empty box of Lucky Strikes,
    All used up on the dashboard of America.
    --All You Can Ever Learn Is What You Already Know (The Ataris)

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    Lol. 1961? You grew up in the 70's (you know what I mean), and you represent yourself as a brightly coloured, foolish man. I think I know your life goals.

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    eh? Could you type a little louder sonny?
    Jon

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    My avatar is the best..... Unless I wanna sneak up on your arse to do bad things, then it aint so good cause you will know its me, and run your scared little arses away
    LMAO
    It is not the wealth of a man which will decide his virtue, it is the virtue of a man which will decide his wealth.

    Quote Originally Posted by wamboid
    I totally agree with Jeff.
    Quote Originally Posted by pcthug
    I totally agree with Jeff.

  9. #1569
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    That was... overly specific. BTW, if random Australians were sneaking up behind me, I'm pretty sure I'd assume the worst, whether I know them or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rogers
    BTW, don't you also deem System Of A Down shyte? *ignore'd!*
    After 3 months solid of listening to the same band DAILY, for hours on end, I'd consider Voodoo Glow Skulls shyte, and I normally love them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wamboid
    With Avatars, do you think first impressions are everything? RHS, the first Avatar I remember of yours was Mini Me. Until I saw those pics of your "very expressive face" I always still sort of pictured that first Avatar I remember. There are several here like that: Lavalamp(even though I like the new name and Avatar better), Peo??? I'll always picture as a Jew even though he isn't, Jona had some dancing thing that made me think he was a she, etc. I'll have to look through the forum for more examples.
    yeah, there are a lot of people that i can only think of as their avatars. pete and ryan are pry the best examples
    Quote Originally Posted by hooloovoo24
    Geeze, wamboid, you're like...as old as my parents!
    psh. my mom and dad were born in '53 and '52, respectively.
    "Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog, it is too dark to read." - Mark Twain

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    <note type="random">this thread has passed 45,000 views. woot.</note>
    "Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog, it is too dark to read." - Mark Twain

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    Lol. 1961? You grew up in the 70's (you know what I mean), and you represent yourself as a brightly coloured, foolish man. I think I know your life goals.
    Actually, I've got kids older than some of you. My step-daughter is 23 and my son is 14. If you have watched "That 70's Show" I would be Kelso, but smarter. My girlfriend looked exactly like Donna, and I had other friends that remind me of the other characters. The show is strangely accurate in a funny way for me.
    Jon

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    finally, a new avatar for me!
    "Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog, it is too dark to read." - Mark Twain

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    What about the guy in the suit dancing?

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