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ehidle 01-11-09 03:23 PM

Have you ever had to eat your words?
 
Explain... :)

Shadiyah 01-11-09 03:24 PM

All the time. It doesn't go down much better the second time.

ModoVincere 01-11-09 03:25 PM

my words are quite tasty. eat them all the time.

Big_e 01-11-09 03:33 PM

No! I'm perfect and make no mistakes.
Ernest










and if you believe that, I've got some beachfront property along the Trinity River to sell to you. :D

UnsafeAlpine 01-11-09 03:40 PM

generally every time I open my mouth, I am completely and utterly wrong.

jsharr 01-11-09 03:41 PM

I was with a friend of mine who was a professional race car driver at an SCCA event in Texas, where he was renting his Toyota Atlantic to a younger driver and doing a bit of mentoring. As us pit crew guys were walking back to the garage, we were all discussing how hot the young drivers girlfriend was. We turned around to find his father following us back to the garage, well within ear shot. It was uncomfortable.

ModoVincere 01-11-09 03:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by UnsafeAlpine (Post 8162797)
generally every time I open my mouth, I am completely and utterly wrong.

I vouch for him..he's right this time.

x136 01-11-09 03:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ModoVincere (Post 8162836)
I vouch for him..he's right this time.

Is not.

Jerseysbest 01-11-09 03:51 PM

One of the few things that are better on the way up than the way down.

I hold my tongue a lot in meetings at work for this reason, I hate eating my words. I only speak out on something that I'm 100% sure on or there's open discussion.

ModoVincere 01-11-09 03:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by x136 (Post 8162842)
Is not.

I thought only humans would be answering a thread about eating their own words.:innocent:

jsharr 01-11-09 04:09 PM

Does swallowing your tongue count?

x136 01-11-09 04:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ModoVincere (Post 8162862)
I thought only humans would be answering a thread about eating their own words.:innocent:

Shows what you know, human unit #42637321.

ModoVincere 01-11-09 04:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by x136 (Post 8162998)
Shows what you know, human unit #42637321.

are cyborg still considered human?

pgoat 01-11-09 04:28 PM

no. I just lie and avoid the truth.

unless of course I simply want to apologize and own up.

RubenX 01-11-09 04:36 PM

I've hear many people have to eat these nowdays.

MrCrassic 01-11-09 04:43 PM

I do that frequently, but I prefer tuna.

x136 01-11-09 04:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ModoVincere (Post 8163024)
are cyborg still considered human?

The fact that you have to ask that answers your question nicely.

USAZorro 01-11-09 05:44 PM

Practicing here. It's a lobster. A lobster I tell you. Lobster, lobster lobster!

oh, and a fresh, warm brownie.

Hope I'm wrong. :p

ilikebikes 01-11-09 05:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Shadiyah (Post 8162747)
All the time. It doesn't go down much better the second time.

or the 3rd.... or the 4th....or the 5th....or the 6th....

Wordbiker 01-11-09 06:20 PM

Once, when I was really hungry and the fridge was empty.

ritepath 01-11-09 08:51 PM

every 14 minutes of so...or whenever I talk to the wife.

aprilm 01-11-09 09:20 PM

Never. :D

PATH 01-11-09 09:36 PM

Momma, always told me that is was better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open my mouth and remove all doubt. Isn't it wonderful the lessons we learn from our Mommas!!!;):)

ehidle 01-12-09 04:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by aprilm (Post 8164684)
Never. :D

Riiight.... ;)


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