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Old 02-04-08, 07:28 AM
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Things in life that make you really cool

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JUNO
No, for real. I think you are the
coolest person Iíve ever met. And
you donít even have to try.

BLEEKER
I try really hard, actually...
I'm just trying to get a list of things that make people really really cool, that way i can be really really cool.



Drinking coffee black
Listening to music no one has heard of

hmmm...what else?
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A ripped hairless bod makes one cool (or ghey, I don't know which)
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Old 02-04-08, 07:44 AM
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A ripped hairless bod makes one cool (or ghey, I don't know which)
No. That's cool. I want to be...you know...cool
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Not using condoms...
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Not using condoms...
ooo, that's a good one.

What about bragging about STD's then? Is that cool?
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Absolutely... especially if you're the guy who can diagnose all of your friends.
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Old 02-04-08, 08:52 AM
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You forgot driving around with your windows down, stereo WAY up (listening to Forever Young), and shades on, whilst alone in your late 20's or early 30's - cruising by the mall. That's real cool.
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Originally Posted by timmyquest View Post
ooo, that's a good one.

What about bragging about STD's then? Is that cool?
My wife works at a Health Clinic - Communicable Disease Dept. There's a guy that comes in and asks for her when getting checked out. I told her she was more than welcome to go out with him if he asks. I mean, a young guy with some STD has the guts to ask out a 30 something, married nurse out deserves the opportunity.
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open-hand slapping a linebacker twice your size and knocking him into a coma.

also...running away from bees.
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These may pertain more to my neck of the woods...

-Tattoos of barbed wire around your bicep
-Tattoos in Chinese that mean something and show that you're "deep"
-Goatees
-Long, oversized, button-up shirts with dragon prints on them
-Flat-brimmed ball caps cocked to the side
-Not being able to speak proper English
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Old 02-04-08, 09:00 AM
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San Jose has to be the most boring place I've ever been. And I live in Ohio.
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These may pertain more to my neck of the woods...

-Flat-brimmed ball caps cocked to the side
They have to have all the tags and stickers from store as well. There was a hip-hop show on Saturday, and I saw more skinny white kids wearing these than anything.
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They have to have all the tags and stickers from store as well. There was a hip-hop show on Saturday, and I saw more skinny white kids wearing these than anything.
That's the deal with the area in which I live... unemployed, uneducated, poor, skinny, white kids trying to be thugs... It's actually quite an interesting area, because so much gentrification is going on in the area, and any store you walk into will have young yuppies walking around sipping Starbucks, while the thuglets will be walking around in groups making fun of the yuppies.
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Well, anyone who makes fun of yuppies is OK in my book.
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Driving a mini-van... definitely. Oh, and being a chaperon at your tween daughter's first school Valentine's Day dance. She was not happy to hear about that one.
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Originally Posted by bpohl View Post
These may pertain more to my neck of the woods...

-Tattoos of barbed wire around your bicep
-Tattoos in Chinese that mean something and show that you're "deep"
-Goatees
-Long, oversized, button-up shirts with dragon prints on them
-Flat-brimmed ball caps cocked to the side
-Not being able to speak proper English


And in my neck of the woods

-wearing yer pants crotch at your knees
- Walk in mincing steps rocking back and forth, due to your pants crotch at your knees
- oversized baseball caps with gang bandana underneath
- gold teefers
- strawberry blunts
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BWAHAHA --- when I was first going out with my ex-husband - we stopped at his parents house so he could get out of his work clothes --- and right around that time his Uncle Charlie had died - and so they gave his clothes to my ex. And his mother made him wear an "outfit" of Charlie's that day.

My ex came out of the house wearing a minty green and light pink shirt with a brighter pink fuzzy vest - and white loafers.

No one ever let him live that down
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Wear a belt and suspenders - mucho coolness.
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His mom made him wear his dead uncles clothes? That's creepy. That should have told you right there to run away!
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His mom made him wear his dead uncles clothes? That's creepy. That should have told you right there to run away!
You could describe his family as ... thrifty.

The clothes were hysterical. We were on our way to a concert that night too, his buddies laughed all night about his clothes. And he kept Uncle Charlies wardrobe and moved with them for the next 5-8 years --- until one special evening I cleaned out the closet and made a nice care package to the Salvation Army.
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Guns are way cool.
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