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LOL no thanks. Having to go in a male locker room after a game is one experience I would like to never have!

They're stinky! Ewwwwwwwwwwwww!  :p :laugh:
 

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The Detroit Lions front office received promotions after their 0-16 season.  Apparently, the players continued to play hard and remain competitive even though they have won 1 out the last 24 games.
 

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SolEX01 said:
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I prefer the sweet smell of the transitional forest in Ontario myself.
I prefer the sweet smell of Spring in the air.
Yes, when the air gets warm, humidity returns and the ground becomes unfrozen.  That warm spring air.

You're not allowed to remind us about that as we hunker down for the winter!!!
 

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username! said:
Yes, when the air gets warm, humidity returns and the ground becomes unfrozen.  That warm spring air.

You're not allowed to remind us about that as we hunker down for the winter!!!
For me, smelling Spring makes the Winter last less.  Maybe it is Global Warming, who knows.  One time I smelled Spring, a foot of snow fell a week later although I never claimed to be that Groundhog in PA.
 

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SolEX01 said:
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Yes, when the air gets warm, humidity returns and the ground becomes unfrozen.  That warm spring air.

You're not allowed to remind us about that as we hunker down for the winter!!!
For me, smelling Spring makes the Winter last less.  Maybe it is Global Warming, who knows.  One time I smelled Spring, a foot of snow fell a week later although I never claimed to be that Groundhog in PA.
This weekend was amazing, it was spring like.  Now it's back to regular winter. Sigh!
 

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You should be VERY afraid if your local Chinese restaurant has a cage of cats sitting in the back of the restaurant.  Think of the fish tank you see in the front.  Notice that the fish have been replaced.


Be afraid.  Be very afraid.  Cause they ain't sellin' them!

GIT ME A TACO!
 

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cleveland said:
Congrats to Ozgeorge, on reaching the 10,000 post milestone!
I'm glad to see this one went largely un-noticed.  I hope my passing the same mark will fall into similar anonymity.

SolEX01 said:
For me, smelling Spring makes the Winter last less. 
I do not know what this "Spring" is that you speak of.

SolEX01 said:
Maybe it is Global Warming, who knows. 
Don't bring that discussion into this unsullied holy ground.

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One time I smelled Spring, a foot of snow fell a week later
Welcome to Cleveland.

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although I never claimed to be that Groundhog in PA.
Punxsutawney Phil.
 

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Yes, congrats to Ozgeorge for breaking the 10,000 post barrier!  :)
 

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PeterTheAleut said:
Ian Lazarus said:
You should be VERY afraid if your local Chinese restaurant has a cage of cats sitting in the back of the restaurant.
BTW, how big are these cats?
Great question, indeed.  Are we talking house-cats, or pumas/mountain lions?  Females or males (or mixed)?
 

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"Did you ever think when you eat Chinese,
It ain’t pork or chicken but a fat siamese?
Yet the food tastes great, so you don’t complain.
But that’s not chicken in your chicken chow mein.

Seems to me I ordered sweet-and-sour pork
But Garfield’s on my fork.
He’s purrin’ here on my fork.

There’s a cat in the kettle at the Peking Moon,
The place that I eat every day at noon.
They can feed you cat and you’ll never know,
Once they wrap it up in dough, boy.
They fry it real crisp in dough.

Chou Lin asked if I wanted more
As he was dialin’ up his buddy at the old pet store.
I said "Not today. I lost my appetite.
There’s two cats in my belly and they want to fight."
I was suckin’ on a Rolaid and a Tums or two,
When I swear I heard it mew, boy.
And that is when I knew,

There’s a cat in the kettle at the Peking Moon
I think I gotta stop eatin’ there at noon.
They say that it’s beef or fish or pork
But it’s purrin’ there on my fork.
There’s a hair-ball on my fork. "


-Wierd Al
 
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