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    On my TARDIScycle! KingTermite's Avatar
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    Childhood Phlegmeries

    Do you remember any childhood phlegm stories?

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    - it's pretty well established that Hitler was an *******.

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    Who farted? Ka_Jun's Avatar
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    Why are people compelled to spit off high objects? I find it disgusting, yet can't help myself. Why is that?

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    Riding Heaven's Highways on the grand tour ModoVincere's Avatar
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    All I know is that
    You don't tug on Superman's cape, you don't spit into the wind, you don't pull the mask off the Lone Ranger,....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ModoVincere View Post
    All I know is that
    You don't tug on Superman's cape, you don't spit into the wind, you don't pull the mask off the Lone Ranger,....
    And you don't mess around with Slim.

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    One day while riding the school bus to school, it was nice out and so the windows were open. And one of the neighborhood bullies stood up suddenly and horked a loogie out the window, but since the bus was on the highway at the moment - the loogie just whipped back around and popped in a window a couple seat rows back and splashed onto a student's head.

    Guess who.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tude View Post


    One day while riding the school bus to school, it was nice out and so the windows were open. And one of the neighborhood bullies stood up suddenly and honked a loogie out the window, but since the bus was on the highway at the moment - the loogie just whipped back around and popped in a window a couple seat rows back and splashed onto a student's head.

    Guess who.
    Dude....I had this EXACT same experience. The bully kid spit the biggest loogie in the history of mankind. It must have been a full 8 oz cup worth. I was about 10 rows back playing S.O.S. on paper with my friend in our seat and when it hit me (smack dab in the eye), I immediately grabbed our SOS game and used it (as best I could) like a napkin to wipe my face off with. That was NASTY!!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by coffeecake View Post
    - it's pretty well established that Hitler was an *******.

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    Yep. When the Mall of America first opened, my friend spit off the top of the parking ramp. When the ****** was halfway down, some kid stuck his head out about 5 levels below and the ****** hit him right on the top of the head. No one was there when my friend let it go, so even though it was gross, it was actually pretty amazing and certainly not something he could have planned on doing.

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    Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.

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    When I was a kid, my Dad would, on occasion, hock up a greenie, roll down the window of the car, and let fly out the window. This happened maybe four or five times a year. It was always a little jarring, because otherwise Dad was such a piller of rectitude. (Or so I thought. I only learned about his ill-spent youth many years later. But I digress.)

    At some point, I worked up the courage to ask him: "Dad, isn't that kind of rude?"

    His answer: "It'd be a lot ruder if I didn't roll the window down."




    Looking back on it, that was really the first indication I had that my smart-assedness was genetic and inherited directly from him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikingshearer View Post
    When I was a kid, my Dad would, on occasion, hock up a greenie, roll down the window of the car, and let fly out the window. This happened maybe four or five times a year. It was always a little jarring, because otherwise Dad was such a piller of rectitude. (Or so I thought. I only learned about his ill-spent youth many years later. But I digress.)

    At some point, I worked up the courage to ask him: "Dad, isn't that kind of rude?"

    His answer: "It'd be a lot ruder if I didn't roll the window down."




    Looking back on it, that was really the first indication I had that my smart-assedness was genetic and inherited directly from him.
    hehe - I remember when my ex-husband DID forget the window wasn't down and did let loose.

    Unfortunately it was in my car.

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    There was the great bloody nose blow of 1971. Cleared me out something fierce.

    wow, this thread has TMI too.
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