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Old 05-06-2011, 10:44 AM   #21
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*****?
I thought that was who you meant.
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Old 05-06-2011, 10:55 AM   #22
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Those of you interested in technical aspects of obscene language might enjoy the following famous essay by Quang Phuc Dong: Doug LeMoine · ENGLISH SENTENCES WITHOUT OVERT GRAMMATICAL SUBJECTS
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Old 05-06-2011, 11:54 AM   #24
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Quang Phuc Dong
At one of my training commands we had to execute a federal arrest warrant on a student named Seaman Phuc De Cao.

Yeah, I know, of all the ranks in all the services he had to pick that one. But he was really studying hard for his petty officer's advancement exam.

We should've done a better job of briefing the Master at Arms, who was a Jesse Ventura clone with an even shorter temper. When he asked the subject to state his name, things got a little tense.

Important military career investing tip: When you join the service, thus assuring yourself of a steady income, don't diversify your remaining assets by selling your cocaine stash to a DEA undercover buyer.
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He whose name cannot be spoken...

You mean *****?
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Old 05-06-2011, 11:55 AM   #26
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Yes....apparently you do!
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Old 05-06-2011, 12:16 PM   #27
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This makes me very glad to be a newbie here. Apparently I missed some really unpleasant ****.
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Back on ****ing topic, I liked the young gal with the tat near her ***.

Tattoo on Adi reads: "Life Go's On"
Norma's response: "Yes it do's.
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Back on ****ing topic, I liked the young gal with the tat near her ***.

Tattoo on Adi reads: "Life Go's On"
Norma's response: "Yes it do's.
I like the speling bee certificate.
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I saw many more reasons why I don't belong to FB.

It amazes me that people enjoy typing this kind of stuff online (at FB, I mean).
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I saw many more reasons why I don't belong to FB.

It amazes me that people enjoy typing this kind of stuff online (at FB, I mean).
Even when the spelling is right, FB content can still be very wrong.
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