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Old 02-26-2006, 06:37 PM   #41
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The Japanese skater who got gold was head, shoulders, and panties above the rest, IMHO...
Arakawa. I'm not normally a fan of figure skating, but her performance was just poetry.

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Re: The Olympics are Too Much
Old 02-26-2006, 07:07 PM   #42
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Old 02-26-2006, 07:15 PM   #44
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You do know my wifes name is Wendy, right?
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You do know my wifes name is Wendy, right?
Your wifes name is Wendy Right? Oh yeah, you live in CA, where it isn't uncommon for a bride to keep her maiden name. Guess it's a lot better than Wendy BS...

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Old 02-26-2006, 07:30 PM   #46
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Great, now I have to explain why I'm laughing again.

Oddly enough, according to her my maiden name was also "right"...
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I knew a Wendy once too, but she wasn't exactly Whoppers.

Come to think about it, don't think she was a junior burger either.
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Old 02-27-2006, 02:37 AM   #48
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Reminds me of two T-shirts I dimly remember buying at the Hershey chocolate factory(?) as souvenirs when I was about 10 or 11.

They were reproductions of the candy labels, "Reeses' -- two great tastes" and "Bite Size Mounds "

My mother had a strange antipathy towards them that I couldn't figure out for the longest time...!
"I wish you wouldn't wear that shirt!"
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Speaking of Whoppers and clothing souvenirs, I liked the underpants with "Home of the Whopper!" on the front.
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Those are souvenirs? As it turns out, I'm required by law to wear those at all times. Hmm.
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Those are souvenirs? As it turns out, I'm required by law to wear those at all times. Hmm.
You're talking about the Jr. Whopper right?
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The tater goes in the front... :P
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That was a pretty good joke...
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That was a pretty good joke...
Tater in front? Buns in the back?
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Short version...guy needs help picking up women, his friend says to put a tater in his pants. After not having much luck, he checks in with the friend again. The friend has a look and says "the tater goes in the front".
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