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Old 01-05-10, 10:46 AM   #26
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Single Malt in a Vanilla Malted is good too, don't you think so?
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My wife made hot toddies with my single malt. I have had a budweiser milkshake (watched Cannery Row while drunk)
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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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Are Santa Claus and the ZigZag man related?
The real interesting question is HOW they are related.

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My wife made hot toddies with my single malt. I have had a budweiser milkshake (watched Cannery Row while drunk)
There is no bad use for single malt. As long as it is someone else's... and they don't notice. Else they may use the empty bottle on your head. Come to think of it, guess there's no bad use for an empty bottle of single malt either. Except maybe trying to pour a drink from it. Yeah, pouring a drink of single malt from an empty bottle of single malt won't get you very far. Hey, jsharr, can we test this theroy on your bottle(s)?
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Wanna party?

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Let' do a Vicoden ride! Hurts less when you crash. Dehydrates you faster though.
Might want to stay out of traffic too.

Stoned Guy Question: How far is up?
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HEY Shadiyah,

I hear that showing your belly button off like that in SLC will get you a visit from the Bishop. Does that happen ever? I know it sure looks interesting.
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There is no bad use for single malt. As long as it is someone else's... and they don't notice. Else they may use the empty bottle on your head. Come to think of it, guess there's no bad use for an empty bottle of single malt either. Except maybe trying to pour a drink from it. Yeah, pouring a drink of single malt from an empty bottle of single malt won't get you very far. Hey, jsharr, can we test this theroy on your bottle(s)?
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I hear that showing your belly button off like that in SLC will get you a visit from the Bishop. Does that happen ever? I know it sure looks interesting.
Hasn't happened unless they are incognito.
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Look for the ray-Bans and big noses. It has happened, I'm sure.
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I'll keep my eyes open for that LOL.
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If by party you mean popping another round of hydrocodone and propping my leg up so I don't pull at the 8 new stitches in the leg, then bring it on!

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Let' do a Vicoden ride! Hurts less when you crash. Dehydrates you faster though.
Might want to stay out of traffic too.

Stoned Guy Question: How far is up?
Traffic not so much, would make pedaling in circles a whole lot more difficult too. I'd take a pup crawl over Vicoden ride me thinks. But get back to me on that after my head clears some.


just got back from visit #2, as stated I've got about 6-8 stitches closing this new one up, I didn't look that closely to count exactly. Located on my far upper inside calf, plenty to ensure I won't even be thinking about getting on the bike for a few weeks. This one along with the one in nearly the same spot on my other leg will probably mean I'll be bringing back the "Steve Urkle" walk in a few days once both tighten up and don't want to let my leg straighten. An entertaining sight I assure you.
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#2, eh?

jsharr had created one or two threads on the topic...
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yeah, but Cuda is at home, not at work........
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Hey Stoned Guy, What's going on here?
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just what comes natural to a banana man when he sees the snake.
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tip of the day - how to know if the local numbing agent is still in effect - when the icepack causes more of a sensation around the bandage from the cold than under the bandage from the pressure.
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If by party you mean popping another round of hydrocodone and propping my leg up so I don't pull at the 8 new stitches in the leg, then bring it on!

Traffic not so much, would make pedaling in circles a whole lot more difficult too. I'd take a pup crawl over Vicoden ride me thinks. But get back to me on that after my head clears some.

just got back from visit #2, as stated I've got about 6-8 stitches closing this new one up, I didn't look that closely to count exactly. Located on my far upper inside calf, plenty to ensure I won't even be thinking about getting on the bike for a few weeks. This one along with the one in nearly the same spot on my other leg will probably mean I'll be bringing back the "Steve Urkle" walk in a few days once both tighten up and don't want to let my leg straighten. An entertaining sight I assure you.
OUCH! Nope, I don't really consider that partying, but I'll try anything once.
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OUCH! Nope, I don't really consider that partying, but I'll try anything once.
Already looking forward to when I can spend an evening doing something more fun than listening to my own thoughts trying to make it through the drugged haze.
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A friend of mine, recovering from knee surgery, came up with the idea of
"drug-induced hobby time," meaning he'd get zonked on his painkillers, which
straightened out his ADD long enough for him to glue together some models
of cars and helicopters and whatnot.
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A friend of mine, recovering from knee surgery, came up with the idea of
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Considering how mellow I'm feeling, your friend must have a heck of a case of ADD. Enough about the slice and dice and such, this thread is to get my mind off all that. And to see what oddities my mind will come up with in response to the Fooster's questions!
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Hey Stoned guy,
If a bear ****s in the woods and no was around......would it smell?
Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
If you were in a house with no doors, windows or chimney......how would you get out?
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If a bear ****s in the woods and no was around......would it smell?
I don't know if i know no. And does he know the bear? If no was around, and the bear was there too, wouldn't the bear be eating him and not ****'in in the woods? Which brings up another question, would no smell more or less after being eaten in the woods. Rephrased, would no smell still smell if no one was around. And who in the hell names their kid no anyways? Was his mom's name "yes"?

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Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
Unsure, but to find out, perhaps we should research which came first: the omelet or fried chicken.

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If you were in a house with no doors, windows or chimney......how would you get out?
Well, I had to get in, so I'm guessing there isn't a 4th wall in this house, so I'd walk out the way I came in. Unless of course someone put me in the house then built the 4th wall. Which makes me think that the motor may still be wet enough to push through. Unless I was drugged long enough to let the wall become solid before waking up. Or they used wood to seal the entrance. Do I have any C4 and a blasting cap? Or maybe just a cell phone to call for aid, that would be the easiest way out, just call in for a wrecking ball, or just a guy with a big truck to pull down the wall, that would be cool. Oh, or a plasma cutter - that would get through the exterior of a house pretty quickly. Hell, even a circular saw and the right blade could mean freedom from a house with no doors, windows or chimney pretty quickly. Is this house surrounded with a moat which is filled with allegators or maybe hot lava? Because then it would be a bit more difficult. I'm going to have to stop now because my arm hurts which tells me I need more DRUGS!
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Is it true that if you combine lemonade and battery acid you get country time lemonade?
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Is it true that if you combine lemonade and battery acid you get country time lemonade?
I was unaware of the ability to make battery acid in a powder form. However, based on taste alone, one would have to assume you are at least on the right track. Damn it, now you're making me want chick-fil-a lemonade, which is most certainly NOT battery acid containing.
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