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« Reply #90 on: February 08, 2008, 05:34:21 PM »

When I was a kid we drove a load of stuf fto the dump, one thing of which was a wheel barrow.  I saw it fall off the truck and told my dad.  We drove back to where it fell, and siting there was not the barrow but a case of potato chips. 

For some reason, I found this one to be hilariously funny.
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« Reply #91 on: February 08, 2008, 07:31:23 PM »

What does it mean on the 'Users Online' facility when it says:
"Guest  03:36:57 PM Nothing, or nothing you can see... " ?

Why is it that when I come across a song I like by a group new to me, that that is their only song in that style?

Why does randomness offend physicists so?

Have my missing socks reached critical mass yet; and when they do...what happens?

Randomness is not as random as you may think....have you ever read any of Charles Fort's books?

 Totally bizzare, very thought provoking, and VERY ahead of their time! 

 He questions the idea of modern physics...even daring to state that-"Einstienism-outside itself-means nothing".

 A true revolutionary thinker...who has yet to be matched in his humor, insight, and openmindness: he is one of the few writers I have encountered who doesn't pretend to know the answers....and realizes that we,as mere meat puppets, are not the 'genuises' we imagine ourselves to be.

 I would say that,if we are so smart...the most 'intelligent' species on earth-than why do we destroy our enviorment-that which is essintial to our existence-yet insects,such as ants, which have a very complex social and living structure-do not?

 What is the more 'perfect' life form?




  Who is to say that ants don't dream?
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« Reply #92 on: February 08, 2008, 08:49:58 PM »


 What is the more 'perfect' life form?


"It is an important and popular fact that things are not always what they seem. For instance, on the planet Earth, man had always assumed that he was more intelligent than dolphins because he had achieved so much -- the wheel, New York, wars and so on -- whilst all the dolphins had ever done was muck about in the water having a good time. But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man -- for precisely the same reasons." --D. Adams
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« Reply #93 on: February 09, 2008, 04:40:02 PM »

when i was 9,my aunt sent me a 3D poster of christ,i hung it on the roofwall of mine and my sisters bedroom.for the next 2 weeks,we would wake up,and the poster would be upside down,needless to say,we thought it was our big brother turning it over.on the 15th day,my brother had left for cali the previous day,but the poster was still upside down.this was on a saturday morning.my parents went out of town for the weekend,and my gramma stayed with us,but she couldn't walk up the stairs,so baby sis and i slept in sleeping bags on the floor of our parents bedroom to keep her company.i went upstairs to our room the next morning,and the poster was upside down again! i took it down and gave it to the nunnery up the street,because it was freaking us out,you know?3 days later,the mother superior accused me of being a witch and trying to corrupt the sisters,and told my da that she had burned the poster.i was 9,for pete's sake!but that incident on top of others in the past,led me to wicca,and i'm a proud witch today...i sometimes wonder if my aunt made it happen.....she was wiccan,and ran a brothel in chicago in the late 60's,early 70's,very cool lady...
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« Reply #94 on: February 10, 2008, 12:41:17 AM »

Do you think if you like, peed in your sink, and just ran a little bit of water to wash it down, and only used the toilet when you had to do number two that you could save on your water bill?  I mean, I read somewhere each flush uses three gallons of water, so, in theory that might work...
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« Reply #95 on: February 10, 2008, 09:13:11 AM »

I recall one time in my life when a phone would ring and I'd be excited to see who it was.  As time went on though, I learn to despise the ring of the phone.  At one point in my life it symbolized bad news or a task I'd rather not partake in.  Perhaps thats why I respond with a vulgarity every time the phone rings. 
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« Reply #96 on: February 10, 2008, 09:21:27 AM »

Do you think if you like, peed in your sink, and just ran a little bit of water to wash it down, and only used the toilet when you had to do number two that you could save on your water bill?  I mean, I read somewhere each flush uses three gallons of water, so, in theory that might work...

I've done that!
Back in 2002, I used to live with roommates I didn't like very much.
They were always b***hing about bills etc...especially the water bill.
So I thought if I peed in the sink it would save on water.  (which it did)

I always made sure to thoroughly rinse the sink so it didn't smell like p**s but one day they cornered me asking, "Are you p**sing in the sink?  Because it smells like p**s to us."
I lied and said, "Hell no!  Why would I p**s in the sink?"
They believed me. 
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« Reply #97 on: February 10, 2008, 10:40:21 AM »

I recall one time in my life when a phone would ring and I'd be excited to see who it was.  As time went on though, I learn to despise the ring of the phone.  At one point in my life it symbolized bad news or a task I'd rather not partake in.  Perhaps thats why I respond with a vulgarity every time the phone rings. 

That is the exact same with me. As a youth I would rush to answer the phone. Now I view the ringing of the phone as something to deprive me of my spare time. When it rings I just hand it to my wife and she knows to ask who it is before confirming if I am home or not.
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« Reply #98 on: February 10, 2008, 11:06:47 AM »

Do you think if you like, peed in your sink, and just ran a little bit of water to wash it down, and only used the toilet when you had to do number two that you could save on your water bill?  I mean, I read somewhere each flush uses three gallons of water, so, in theory that might work...

I've done that!
Back in 2002, I used to live with roommates I didn't like very much.
They were always b***hing about bills etc...especially the water bill.
So I thought if I peed in the sink it would save on water.  (which it did)

I always made sure to thoroughly rinse the sink so it didn't smell like p**s but one day they cornered me asking, "Are you p**sing in the sink?  Because it smells like p**s to us."
I lied and said, "Hell no!  Why would I p**s in the sink?"
They believed me. 
Hehe!   TeddyR

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« Reply #99 on: February 10, 2008, 11:12:56 AM »

I think they believed me because I would flush the toilet anyway after I peed in the sink.
You know, to cover what I had done.   Wink
So they could hear the toilet flush and think it wasn't me.

Several times as I walked out of the bathroom, I thought, "I should've just peed in the toilet!."
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« Reply #100 on: February 10, 2008, 04:11:41 PM »


Oh, BATHROOM sink.  For a bit there, I thought you were saying you used the kitchen sink.

(I was thinking, "Wow, hope he took out the dishes first...")
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« Reply #101 on: February 10, 2008, 04:42:59 PM »

Do you think if you like, peed in your sink, and just ran a little bit of water to wash it down, and only used the toilet when you had to do number two that you could save on your water bill?  I mean, I read somewhere each flush uses three gallons of water, so, in theory that might work...

I've done that!
Back in 2002, I used to live with roommates I didn't like very much.
They were always b***hing about bills etc...especially the water bill.
So I thought if I peed in the sink it would save on water.  (which it did)

I always made sure to thoroughly rinse the sink so it didn't smell like p**s but one day they cornered me asking, "Are you p**sing in the sink?  Because it smells like p**s to us."
I lied and said, "Hell no!  Why would I p**s in the sink?"
They believed me. 
Hehe!   TeddyR

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« Reply #102 on: February 11, 2008, 04:05:19 AM »

Bathroom humour is Ash's bread and butter.

But yeah, I gotta say it's hilarious that you did it to save water, but then was so worried they thought you were p**sing in the sink that you flushed the toilet anyway.

What is it they say, 'it's the thought that counts?'  At the least running your toothbrush under the bathroom sink tap could easily become a dangerous endeavor...
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« Reply #103 on: February 11, 2008, 07:48:30 AM »

I jumped on the water conservation band wagon a few years ago at our old apartment. By p**sing in the bathroom sink, I'd wash away any and all traces of p**s when I washed my hands, as the soapy water would leave the sink clean. I can't do that with the sink in our current apartment though, because it's at an awkward angle that leaves a small pool of water sitting in it until it evaporates... I did eventually eliminate the need to wash my hands though and save soap by just adjusting my boxers and letting it fly into the tub at one point. A quick turn of the hot water knob would wash the waste away, and since I wasn't touching my junk or a toilet seat, no need to use the soap! A quick run under the hot water that I was already running to "flush" with anyway and I was good. Of course I always did this in my own apartment, which I only share with my fiancee, so no need to worry about offending anyone. The only person we had over to visit was our friend Meg, and she didn't care if I was strutting around in the buff, let alone p**sing in my own tub.

As far as other "not where it's supposed to go" urination tales, my parents' home only has one bathroom and, because of the layout of the house, they could only have a bathtub and not a shower. As such, we also had no shower curtain. So, not only did bathing require a timespan of a good half hour or so, but once someone was in the tub, using the bathroom meant an awkward bout of nudity that I was adamant about avoiding. As a result, I spent many a leak "watering the lawn" from the back porch, "temporarily refilling the soda bottles", and just flat out p**sing in the industrial sink my dad had in our cellar used for cleaning car parts or washing various wounds inflicted by unaccommodating car parts. The top of the sink itself was always just above my "line of fire" though, so those times always made me wish we'd had a drain in our cellar floor like my uncle had in his garage...

Hopefully this post will be seen more as a candid bearing of my so-called soul rather than an anti-karma "too much information" spot. Then again, considering my amber never spattered into what could be considered anyone else's sink, I figure a few people will probably just make odd faces when they see one of my posts and the "boo"s will be kept to a minimum. Heh. Thanks for helping me come clean about my sordid waste disposal Ash. You truly are an inspiration, sir. Just always make sure that that's always beer in your mug...  Cheers

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« Reply #104 on: February 11, 2008, 06:51:18 PM »

Wow, a whole lot of talking about peeing in areas where urine doesn't belong, weird.
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