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ServantStrike

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Well I'll be doggone'd, Servant... I think you may be on to something. I always wondered why my dates seemed a little... tense.

I just figured they were totally overwhelmed by my feigned awesomeness, not to mention all the questions I ask!! That's what everyone else seems to say at least.

And if I cut eye holes in the burlap sack, will it still be considered a blind date??? (I think you and I need to start our own Dating Advice column. Neither one of us may know much about dating, but I think we're getting this kidnapping thing down pat!)
I think the eye holes in the burlap sack are a good idea. We want the victim... err I mean targe.... I mean date to know that we're just doing this to get to know them better. The burnouts in the getaway van were there to impress them, not scare them. We're just lovestruck is all.
 

seoulsearch

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I think the eye holes in the burlap sack are a good idea. We want the victim... err I mean targe.... I mean date to know that we're just doing this to get to know them better. The burnouts in the getaway van were there to impress them, not scare them. We're just lovestruck is all.

I used to work with this hilarious woman who was always saying she wanted to kidnap people who made her mad, cover their heads with a burlap sack, and beat them up.

She always added that if she was EXTRA mad at someone, she would add eye holes to the sack "because I want them to see it coming!"

There was a CC poster "back in the day" when I first started here who used to say, "It's not stalking, it's 'Casual Surveillance'."
 
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Truth_Driven

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Single, never married guy from S.C. here, trying to get used to all these threads. Welcome!
 

maxwel

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It's probably because we all see straight jackets as "fashion statements" and instead of "therapeutic accessories."

Welcome, mamma! You're going to find plenty of people to carry on with (and maybe be carried away with) here.
Seoulsearch,

You of all people should know straight jackets are both fashionable AND therapeutic.

: )
 

Shouryu

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*reads maxwel's post

*reads the part about my little pony

*glances at Shouryu

*walks away whistling
*thinks*

Meh. I won't deny that I am insane. Very true.

But I will point out that I caught the brony bug from an adult, not a child. *shrug*
 
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VioletReigns

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That's the way all these threads go. You'll get used to it. After a while the thread will get back to the original topic.
It does, huh?

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Heehee!! Welcome, singlemamma! Hope you are blessed here, dear. :)
 
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seoulsearch

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Seoulsearch,

You of all people should know straight jackets are both fashionable AND therapeutic.

: )
What can I say, Maxwel, I like functional fashion. :)

I just tell people, "It's not a straight jacket, it's a reversed corset!"

Gotta tame that wild back fat, you know. ;)
 

Lynx

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Who cares about back fat? If I can't see it, it doesn't exist. :p

Oh wait, this was... what kind of thread is this again?

Howdy singlemamma. If you have survived this long in this nuthouse you might just make it. If you got scared away by the lunacy... weeeeeell, I can't blame ya.
 

Lynx

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Eternal night? I thought that's what vampires were trying to do in some novel I once read. Make a night that will last forever or something.
 

ServantStrike

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Eternal night? I thought that's what vampires were trying to do in some novel I once read. Make a night that will last forever or something.
Well you see, princess Luna tried to keep princess Celestia from raising the sun and err... uh.

Explosions. Lots of explosions, off in the distance. I think it's time I watch that Laserdisc copy of Sudden Death with Jean Claude Van Damme I got at a goodwill. Then I should probably go work out and throw around heavy weights. Then I should drive really fast to a store that sells like, outdoorsy equipment. Then I should go home and replace the brakes I trashed driving like a maniac, and then I should build a complete bureau with quality rollers that can handle real weight.


Whew. I dodged that bullet. Time for some music.

Some nights are probably worth trying to extend though, onto your comment.

[video=youtube;Pav2f4b-1ZE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pav2f4b-1ZE[/video]












Err, I mean, dance music. That's not got enough testerone. Not even death metal or unblack metal is heavy enough. I need to listen to like, the angry yell of a thousand people burning with the vengeance of a thousand suns all going supernova at once.
 

slave

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Ok well I am Not a single Mom so I can learn from you on that score...I do not have a 3 yr old or a 6 year old so again...new horizons for me,let the life lessons reign!..smile.I don't read while I'm baking either....wait that might have been a missed comma there...never mind. smile. I love reading too but I don't read novels. I feel like it's kind of a waist of time. If I am going to make my eyes suffer I want to gain some knowledge...you know documentaries or self-help stuff or even geographical gains etc..Now outdoors is my gig. But recently I had an accident falling off a ladder 28 ft. so I can't lift heavy items anymore...but I walk like theres no tomorrow.....love to walk...of coarse that's a bit meaningless in here, unless I walk while I type on a portable computer...but I would feel compelled to ask WHY?!!:rolleyes: I am divorced; not my doing yet none the less still labelled as such.. And I love the Lord with all my heart. There ya be so now you can befriend me..:cool:
 

Roh_Chris

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Well you see, princess Luna tried to keep princess Celestia from raising the sun and err... uh.

Explosions. Lots of explosions, off in the distance. I think it's time I watch that Laserdisc copy of Sudden Death with Jean Claude Van Damme I got at a goodwill. Then I should probably go work out and throw around heavy weights. Then I should drive really fast to a store that sells like, outdoorsy equipment. Then I should go home and replace the brakes I trashed driving like a maniac, and then I should build a complete bureau with quality rollers that can handle real weight.


Whew. I dodged that bullet. Time for some music.

Some nights are probably worth trying to extend though, onto your comment.

[video=youtube;Pav2f4b-1ZE]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pav2f4b-1ZE[/video]












Err, I mean, dance music. That's not got enough testerone. Not even death metal or unblack metal is heavy enough. I need to listen to like, the angry yell of a thousand people burning with the vengeance of a thousand suns all going supernova at once.

Dear Servant Strike,

Sometimes I read your posts and go...






Other times, I read your posts and go ...





Once in a while, I just shake my head and go on to the next post..


No matter what you do, you will always be 'Crazy Harry' from the Muppet Show.




Sincerely,
Confused bear.
 
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singlemamma84

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Welcome, singlemamma.

In this forum you'll find single moms like yourself, single moms NOT like yourself, single dads, non parent singles...and a few doubles as well.

Just jump in and have fun!!
Thank you and I'm sure I will enjoy chatting here :)
 
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singlemamma84

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Beware CatHerder, singlemamma. He is known as a sweet talker (beware sporting that new hat of yours) and a food snob. :p

Welcome to the site! You'll find quite a few people here looking for friends, also. If you want something more in real time, we have chat rooms that are apart from the forums.
Lol and thank you he he he I'm sure I will have fun chatting.