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Prom vs. fixie

Old 05-23-07, 11:24 AM
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I'll see you with a jerome's dream, and raise you a joshua fit for battle
I do enjoy some jffb.with that said ill go with neil perry becuase I enjoy them just as much
 
Old 05-23-07, 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by dustinlikewhat
only if we can dress like this



is that nathan fabian in makeup?
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Old 05-23-07, 12:24 PM
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Originally Posted by dustinlikewhat
I'll see you with a jerome's dream, and raise you a joshua fit for battle
I'll see your Joshua Fit for Battle and raise you a Flashbulb Memory... which was totally the better half of that split they released.
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Old 05-23-07, 04:40 PM
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Natty Fab rockin' the ICP...i was just kidding about the hipster thing..i wanna see some prom pics...18+ for the ladies, though. Thanks!
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Old 05-23-07, 04:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Revolution Smmr
I'll see your Joshua Fit for Battle and raise you a Flashbulb Memory... which was totally the better half of that split they released.
how about a moss icon with a (insert any sonny k band).

never heard flashbulb memory, have to check them out.

oh and back to the prom, I skipped prom to go see toots and the maytals, had a much better time.
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still cant believe you passed up the chance for a very ol' fashoin drunken good scramble..
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Originally Posted by megatron
remember the dance scene in rad?
obviously not the only to think that when i saw the thread title.

fsnl
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jffb- classic song..ftw
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Originally Posted by dustinlikewhat
how about a moss icon with a (insert any sonny k band).

never heard flashbulb memory, have to check them out.

oh and back to the prom, I skipped prom to go see toots and the maytals, had a much better time.
How do you know it was much better if you didn't go? LOSER!

I did the same thing. It was going to be like 100 bucks for the tickets (I went to a private school), so I said f*ck it and got my friend to hook me up with 2 tickets to medieval times. We dressed up all fancy and went to watch the gallantry while eating chicken with our hands and drinking terrible red wine. We were in the green (rowdy) knight's section and he won the day! The crowning moment though was when my date was selected as the princess of the evening and went to sit with the king. I was afraid she might dump me for the king since he was one smooth operator. After that we hit up a jazz bar with one of David Bowie's old bassists playing and drank martinis, then we went to one of the afterparties and mad everyone jealous of our evening, and then everything kind of fades into a dark blur. Good times!
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Originally Posted by Shiznaz
How do you know it was much better if you didn't go? LOSER!
beacuse it's toots and maytals you weirdo.
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Originally Posted by Shiznaz
How do you know it was much better if you didn't go? LOSER!

I did the same thing. It was going to be like 100 bucks for the tickets (I went to a private school), so I said f*ck it and got my friend to hook me up with 2 tickets to medieval times. We dressed up all fancy and went to watch the gallantry while eating chicken with our hands and drinking terrible red wine. We were in the green (rowdy) knight's section and he won the day! The crowning moment though was when my date was selected as the princess of the evening and went to sit with the king. I was afraid she might dump me for the king since he was one smooth operator. After that we hit up a jazz bar with one of David Bowie's old bassists playing and drank martinis, then we went to one of the afterparties and mad everyone jealous of our evening, and then everything kind of fades into a dark blur. Good times!
damn Canadians and your 18 year old drinking age.
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till cant believe you passed up the chance for a very ol' fashoin drunken good scramble..
haha trust me i wanted to be there. i thinkthe gf would have no longer been my gf thought lol

how was the allycat? did it have a pretty good turn out?
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Old 05-25-07, 02:43 AM
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low turn out but it was such short notice i think 24 people showed up
it was fun
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Originally Posted by Eric Hanus
did those rims cost more than the bike?
aren't the rims technically part of the bike?
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Old 05-25-07, 07:28 PM
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Originally Posted by chunts
aren't the rims technically part of the bike?
No...they are clearly bolted on
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Old 05-26-07, 08:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Shiznaz
How do you know it was much better if you didn't go? LOSER!

I did the same thing. It was going to be like 100 bucks for the tickets (I went to a private school), so I said f*ck it and got my friend to hook me up with 2 tickets to medieval times. We dressed up all fancy and went to watch the gallantry while eating chicken with our hands and drinking terrible red wine. We were in the green (rowdy) knight's section and he won the day! The crowning moment though was when my date was selected as the princess of the evening and went to sit with the king. I was afraid she might dump me for the king since he was one smooth operator. After that we hit up a jazz bar with one of David Bowie's old bassists playing and drank martinis, then we went to one of the afterparties and mad everyone jealous of our evening, and then everything kind of fades into a dark blur. Good times!
for some reason, i can't imagine a high-school aged shiznaz spending his prom night any other way than going to medieval times...
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Originally Posted by Shiznaz
How do you know it was much better if you didn't go? LOSER!
because no one I went to school with talked about the prom at all, I on the other hand am still stoked that I got to see the james brown of reggae/ska.


though I will not dispute the loser statement.
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