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  1. Mar 19, 2005 #1

    Danger

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    Will you people just for a while try to stop being so damned interesting? I stopped in for a couple of minutes to check up on you, and now I'm 2 1/2 hours between beers and have to get back to the bar. There's pool to be played (and I'm out for revenge after the tournament today), hordes of fine young ladies, and a seriously kick-ass rock band to dance with them to. I'm leaving. :grumpy:
    Check up on you again at about 3:30 am, unless one of those fine young ladies... :devil:
     
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  3. Mar 19, 2005 #2

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    LOL! PF is definitely addictive.
     
  4. Mar 19, 2005 #3
    See you at 3:30!
     
  5. Mar 19, 2005 #4

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    Are you predicting that Danger isn't going to get lucky? :rofl:
     
  6. Mar 19, 2005 #5
    I predict....that his "lucky date" will fall asleep on the sofa while he checks the forums.
     
  7. Mar 19, 2005 #6

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    Oh, the sad fate of PF addicts. :rofl:
     
  8. Mar 20, 2005 #7

    Danger

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    Oh ye of little faith---DAMMIT YOU'RE RIGHT. Truth is, I didn't try all that hard. Since Evo hasn't censured me for my introductory comments to her on a different thread, and I haven't felt any incoming arrows from Moonbaby about the underwear comment, I could never be satisfied with mere reality. Now if only I could get the pair of them and Gale17 with her leathers and chains (and maybe a 6-pack of whipped cream for good luck)...
    Oh, I almost forgot about the lizards.
     
  9. Mar 20, 2005 #8

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    I missed your "introductory" comments post, I just found it. :tongue2: Yes, that's my picture, I'm not lying and I "do" have a very ugly picture of myself in the attic. Funny, that's what I often tell people. :biggrin:

    That post was really funny, Moonbear is right, you are the Canadian version of Tribdog. :biggrin: Not that that's bad. :approve:

    :surprised Gale17 is 17 years old, still a minor in the US. :grumpy:

    I just woke up, had a handful of chili cheese fritos with my coffee (now I feel sick) and my mind has ceased to function.

    Did you say lizards? If you knew me you'd understand why that's funny.

    From reading through your posts, you're a pool player?

    PS - sorry you didn't get lucky. :rolleyes: :wink:
     
  10. Mar 20, 2005 #9

    Math Is Hard

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    Breakfast of champions, Evo?
    I'm having Girl Scout cookies to start my day. mmm-mmm nutritious! Sugar rush starting to kick in now.
     
  11. Mar 20, 2005 #10

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    I'm like a goat, I will eat the first thing I see laying around that requires no effort to eat. :yuck: I should've known better, even my dog turned away when I offered him one (and he eats ANYTHING).

    I bought the fritos for Foofer, it's his favorite snack food.
     
  12. Mar 20, 2005 #11

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    That's how I started my day too...coffee and Thin Mints. And, yeah, I'm now in some sort of sugar haze. Then again, I was in the lab until past midnight last night. By the time I got home and took care of stuff around the house and got to sleep, well, it was already morning. I slept until 1 PM today! I feel so out of it, like I've already missed most of the day, and I still need to get into the lab today too, preferably not too late.

    Danger, sorry you didn't get lucky. :tongue:
     
  13. Mar 20, 2005 #12

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    The overwhelming depth and sincerity of your sympathy is truly touching. :rolleyes:
     
  14. Mar 20, 2005 #13

    Danger

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    See the above. :tongue:
     
  15. Mar 20, 2005 #14

    Danger

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    I thought so until yesterday. :frown:
     
  16. Mar 20, 2005 #15

    Danger

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    Tell me more! :!!)
     
  17. Mar 20, 2005 #16

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    I guess it's only funny to me. :redface: I have low body temperature and my hands, nose and feet are always cold to the touch. So I refer to myself as a lizard, cold blooded. My ex-fiance started calling me his lizard. Ok, I guess that's not at all funny unless you're in bed with me at night and I freeze you.

    You know what they say though cold, feet, warm heart. :shy:

    I'm having a bad night, I'm depressed and I can't be funny. :frown:
     
  18. Mar 20, 2005 #17

    Danger

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    Rats! That's not nearly as kinky as I was hoping for. :wink:
     
  19. Mar 20, 2005 #18

    Danger

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    On the other hand... I suppose I have to just take your word for that?
     
  20. Mar 20, 2005 #19

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    I just got a great idea! How about snuggling up with Moonbear's hot water bottles? I don't know for sure what you're into, but I certainly like it. (See "How long to rot?" #66) :!!) :devil: Just promise to send pictures.
     
  21. Mar 20, 2005 #20

    Danger

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    You're positive that had nothing to do with :tongue2:?
     
  22. Mar 20, 2005 #21

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    I'm sticking with the electric bra. :tongue:

    Are Canadians more tolerant of cold feet being stuck on their back in the middle of the night? If so, you might be just what Evo needs. :devil:
     
  23. Mar 20, 2005 #22

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    Sorry to hear that. Wish I could be there to try and cheer you up. :devil: Can't offer to warm you up, though; I have the same condition. There are usually 10 or 12 nights the entire year when I don't have my electric blanket on. (Well, actually... when my mother was buying me one for a present after I'd worn out a couple, the cashier at The Bay mentioned that her husband was also diabetic and couldn't keep warm. She recommended a mattress warmer instead, and it's awesome. It's just like a blanket, but it goes under the bottom sheet. Since heat rises, it goes through and around you, then gets trapped under the top sheet. Also less chance of cat-claw damage to the wiring.) :approve:
     
  24. Mar 20, 2005 #23

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    I have to sleep with my feet cold. Usually sticking out of the sheets. It was a bit chilly this winter, I had my little dog to lie on me and keep me warm, it felt good. :approve:
     
  25. Mar 20, 2005 #24

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    Convince her of that and I'll build you all of the electric bras you could ever want. Of course, there'll be endless test fittings, temperature readings, stress tests... :wink:
    How'd you sneak in here so fast while I was composing that last one? I suppose now I have to go back to "...rot?" and see what sort of mischief you've been up to there. :smile:
     
  26. Mar 20, 2005 #25
    I tend to have unusually cold hands and feet, even the the point of being tens (I think) of degrees colder than the rest of my body. I don't think its very common.
     
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