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Old 01-26-14, 02:59 PM   #101
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prefers spotted dick.
^^^this was his nickname in his college fraternity ^^^
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Old 01-26-14, 03:47 PM   #102
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tonight, he's having an old friend over for dinner.
...wishes he had some old friends. Also wondering what's for dinner.
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Hopes hopes hopes that there will be spotted dick for dessert.
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Old 01-26-14, 04:34 PM   #104
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Those aren't spots... they're parasites.
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on sundays, he rides his bmx around downtown chicago hunting pigeons with his homemade slingshot.
Is always proud to talk about his Great Grandfather Elmer "Stinky" Whizzleteats, the great fur trapper that singlehandedly settled the State of Oklahoma with only a quart of moonshine and a harmonica.
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Does not like to discuss how Great Grandad Whizzleteats, the famous fur trapper spent quite a few years as a guest of the state of Oklahoma after trapping the wrong fur a few times too many.
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on sundays, millie likes to rock in front of the fire, listen to her radio programs, and knit stockings for her nephew back in bangor.



....likes to tune in to the online video of Stinky Wizzleteats singing the "Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy" song on Ren and Stimpy.
It reminds him of his boyhood, back in Oklahoma, when the world was simpler, and life was filled with honest pleasures..
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Recognizes that there's no such thing as honest pleasure anymore...
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Decries that with modern styling choices, there just isn't as much fur to trap any more, what with the Brazilians, and the landing strips and what not.
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Fur or not, for MillCreek there's no question.
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Post a Lie about the poster above - Volume 2

Restarted his career as a noted merkin trapper. When crossing into Canada they asked him who he was and he stated "Well I'm a merkin"... but before he could say "trapper" they gave him a gold medal and a pint of ale.
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...he don't like furriners.
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A noted rug-muncher, linoleum rugs.
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...one of the few surviving members of the Stinky Wizzleteats Peanut Gallery Club, he still has his secret decoder and remembers idyllic Saturday mornings watching the show.
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Still is hurting from the time the Big Kids stole his Stinky Wizzleteats secret decoder and found out he wet his bed. At age 34.
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Thinks it is completely unfair that he has to pay extra to Wizzleteats with the local Soiled Doves.
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...as papal legate, he's spent a substantial portion of the indulgence sales profits to set up a house on the outskirts of town populated with soiled doves.

He's also applied for a community social services grant for their "training and career change counseling", but until that comes through, he's running it as a *****house.
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he was born in a wagon in a travellin show
his momma used to dance for the money theyd throw
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Wilfred Laurier, tramps and thieves
We'd hear from the people of the town.
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Can't believe he didn't win a Grammy for his Tribal rap song A Slow Death To the White Men.

It's just further proof of the Round Eyes perfidy.
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Is really more of a rolling thesaurus.
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Exciting news from the world of paleontology! On Snohmish Tribal Territory famed fossil hunter MillCreek has discovered the petrified remains of a Rolling Thesaurus! This magnificent creature once held dominion over all it surveyed, much like the Tribe on who's land it was found.

EDIT: MillCreek has just released an artist's sketch of this awesome monster!

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when he realized he was the second person to see the rolling thesaurus fossils
he was thrilled exhilarated animated enlivened electrified enraptured intoxicated feverish adrenalized and enthusiastic
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