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  • physalia2000 physalia2000 Sep 3, 2003 4:43 AM Flag

    Good Morning

    I am the first one up this morning so it is, "Good Morning Breakfast Clubbers............" The old timers from Chicago should be able to fill in the gap. Was the guy's name Don McNeil?
    Everybody is going to have a good day today. "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip..........my or my what a wonderful day. Special invitation to Lib to have a great, great day.
    Those endorphins from jogging really works wonders.
    Phy

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    • Web....

      I can relate. Same thing happened to me with Bourbon Supreme. Frat bros drug me across the floor and dropped me into bed. Next my heals really hurt and were bruised. They had dropped me on the end of the bed. Like you, I have had my life time Bourbon eqv. and will do no more. Unlike you, did not do the straw thing...clever, very clever.

      Ortho

    • I think Cups should be very proud of her rack, and I am sure she hears every line known to man/woman...

      Let's just all be thankful for her compassion in sharing them with us...

      That's what life is all about... Sharing anatomy, with friends and loved ones...

      wc8

    • Web,
      Better yet!! Cups should provide us with visuals and allow us to name them.. I know, I know, you would rather have the Braille experience.

    • Cups, you probably autta name them, or give them their own Zip Code...

      wc8-)

    • Ortho, regarding BeefEaters, I can enlighten you and the General a little...

      It was 1973... I was 17 and about 80 of us in Highschool headed for Miami on Delta... It was Spring Break and we were Seniors...

      Our final destination was a huge Cruise Ship which we would call home for 4 days and 3 nights... We were heading for Freeport and Nassau, aka, the Bahamas...

      Once we got 50 miles off shore, the legal drinking/gambling age disappeard... We were pretty much free to do whatever the hell we wanted to do... It was Saturday afternoon...

      We hit Freeport and left the ship... There was a liquor store right across the street, and we were pulled in like a magnet after paying $6.50 for a Jack and Coke in the Ship's Cocktail Lounge... I tried Manhattans, Screwdrivers, Bloody Marys, etc., and I even had a Pocket Bartenders guide in my back pocket in the event I wanted to try something different...

      Fifths of liquor were only about $3.00 in the local liquor store... After sampling several drinks onboard, I kinda liked Gin... Me and the other three guys in our cabin bought 8 fifths of Rum, Whiskey, Gin, and Vodka... We also bought a package of straws...

      When we got back to our cabin, I dropped a red and white bendable straw in the neck of a bottle of Gin, and began to enjoy myself as my friends were doing the same thing with their choice of refreshments...

      That is the most $hitfaced I have ever been... I passed out and slept for nearly 18 hours... Many of the people in my class actually thought I was dead, but were afraid to say anything to the crew...

      My head pounded for another 12 hours, or so after I woke up... I did not eat for 2 days...

      So, in short, I love Gin... I love it so much I drank my lifetime limit in one sitting...

      Have a good one...

      wc8

    • I have thought about it since you posted Persh, and to be honest, I have never had any complaints...

      wc8-)

    • 1.Yes I work at the ZONE.
      2.Yes they are real,really.
      3.We have these high counters in the store and I was on the customer side one day "leaning in",my boss who usually is VERY straitlaced came by looked and said get "those gals"off the counter and get to work all of you!
      4.Those are angels on my shirt.
      5.Have a great day all,Ive got to get ready for work and the noon meld with omxtruth;)

    • Ortho,

      Of course you are right. Remember it's never to late. As for your generation, I know all of you want to feel good about yourselves. It's what life is all about.

      As for Cups, she could keep her shoes on, and never touch the ground, concrete etc. Now as for her partner that's another matter.

      Persh

    • Persh.....

      I have no doubt that you are correct. However, remember, Web and I are products of the Woodstock culture when rain, mud, concrete, nor rock concerts interfered with nature's urges(except maybe a doubage or two). And that was both parties

      As the years have past Persh, I have been humble in my pursuits, have increased my respect and consideration that has resulted in a more refined Ortho in dealing with today's exquist lovelies. Slip occassionaly, like at Buffet concerts, but really trying to do the straight and narrow thing and live the Boy Scouts Motto.(Cannot not speak for Web, since he still drinks that damn Corona all the time. If he indeed was repentent and refined, at least he would have a B'Eater once in a while and a nice glass of wine with dinner...right?)

      Ortho

    • Both beauties for sure--the twins and the breasts!
      Life is Good!

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