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ate brie.

On top of some couscous, in a time of irony, I ate a French poodle with....
German snap peas.

The head slipped from my fork, and in someone's purse, and when they opened it, their...
 

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Ian Lazarus said:
German snap peas.

The head slipped from my fork, and in someone's purse, and when they opened it, their...
family was cursed.

On top of a gravestone, all covered with moss, the skeleton laughed as...
 

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family was cursed.

On top of a gravestone, all covered with moss, the skeleton laughed as...
it was scaring it's boss.

It popped from the earth, a holding his head.  The boss had a stroke and...
 

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Ian Lazarus said:
it was scaring it's boss.

It popped from the earth, a holding his head.  The boss had a stroke and...
then he dropped dead.  He lay on the ground awaiting deep six, and then Mister Bones, he...
 

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then he dropped dead.  He lay on the ground awaiting deep six, and then Mister Bones, he...
met Nikki Syxx.

Hes stayed up all evening, watching Motley Crue, and after the concert, he...
 

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Ok, hands up!

Who thinks my new avatar is the coolest thing since....well......a long long time ago!
 

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Speaking of malts, it's been too long since I had  Carmel/ Chocolate malt with cream, almonds and chocolate shavings....hmmm...
 

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Hhmm...multiple jokes about how 'good' and 'New England' cannot possibly be in the same sentence run through my mind...

..but that would demean places that, by a cruel twist of fate, must share a location close to Beantown.
 

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This opens a whole new region in Moderationland
Not a fun theme park.  All them scary buildings and old women with canes boppin' you on the head. 

I reneg my last post.  Meant in fun, but taken another way.

Sorry y'all.
 

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serb1389 said:
any of you guys know where there's some good foliage in New England? 
Dude - everywhere!  Drive I-93 or I-95 up into New Hampshire and the drives are fantastic!  Go down to Rhode Island to the town with all the mansions - I hear the mix of the changing leaves and the old mansions is quite a sight.
 

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FrChris said:
..but that would demean places that, by a cruel twist of fate, must share a location close to Beantown. 
Agreed.  We both liked Portsmouth, right?  A very nice town - and the portion of Maine that is right across the border there is also quite nice.
 

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Portsmouth is great, and full of great people!

I've always liked Maine, and I'd like to visit Vermont as well as the rest of New Hampshire. However, Boston overshadows all of New England like the odor of a factory pig farm in an otherwise pleasant rural environment, reminding all of Boston's quasi-infernal presence.
 

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FrChris said:
Portsmouth is great, and full of great people!

I've always liked Maine, and I'd like to visit Vermont as well as the rest of New Hampshire. However, Boston overshadows all of New England like the odor of a factory pig farm in an otherwise pleasant rural environment, reminding all of Boston's quasi-infernal presence.
Like maple syrup, (Canada's) Boston's evil oozes over (the United States) New England. - Adapted from Canadian Bacon
 
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