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post #8431 of 11270

Hopefully not the buttcrack.

 

This has all become strangely arousing.

post #8432 of 11270
what would Jude listen to....

A bit more normal than y'all thought...
post #8433 of 11270

Aww, you should have let us keep guessing. This was fun.

 

Wildly Waltzing Janitors Lactate Torrentially would have been good.

post #8434 of 11270
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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post
 

Hopefully not the buttcrack.

 

This has all become strangely arousing.

 

Now TwinQ ,

 

Is it funny that I thinks you maybe reading a bit too many adult romance novels (lol) -

 

I found it funny that , *(EDIT)" Fifty Sheds Of Grey " was strangely arousing belly laughs,

as you might say !    


Edited by Hi-Finthen - 9/16/13 at 11:51am
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You know what I love? I made my previous post just 30 minutes ago and searching for "Wildly Waltzing Janitors Lactate Torrentially" already returns said post on Google.

post #8436 of 11270
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Wildly Waltzing Janitors Lactate Torrentially would have been good.

Again with the cheese...

 

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what would Jude listen to....

A bit more normal than y'all thought...

But you, my equestrian`adhesive, ain't normal at all.

 

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Now TwinQ ,

 

Is it funny that I thinks you maybe reading a bit too many adult romance novels (lol) -

 

I found it funny that , *(EDIT)" Fifty Sheds Of Grey " was strangely arousing belly laughs,

as you might say !    

Now that's a stretch if there ever was one.

 

I don't read. Apart from Andy Borowitz's work. 

 

Fifty Sheds of Pineapple was arousing. Not strange at all. Not sure which revision of the book you have though.

post #8437 of 11270
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Wildly Waltzing Janitors Lactate Torrentially would have been good.

 

Again with the cheese...

 

Indeed.

post #8438 of 11270
Yeah, I guess being a horse that is an audiophile and can fricken talk and communicate with humans is a little weird. But hey, I fit right in here biggrin.gif
post #8439 of 11270

With the cheese lovers.

 

All is forgiven. Come back to the glue factory. Elmer misses you.

 

You also forgot to mention how your glutes act as auditory perceptors. As per your last avatar.

post #8440 of 11270
Shh twinQY, that's not something we discuss in public wink.gif

I just realized, how do I operate my turntable with my hooves???
post #8441 of 11270

Very carefully. No one agitate Mr. Glue lest they want him kicking his Foster the People LP into shattered pieces. The majestic equestrian is majestic, but temperamental.

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We should all be jealous of our equine friend. After all, there is a saying that begins: "Hung like a..."
post #8443 of 11270
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We should all be jealous of our equine friend. After all, there is a saying that begins: "Hung like a..."

 

"...hamster."

post #8444 of 11270
We go from one of the worst superhero cartoons to one of the best...

herculoids.jpg

Back to Hanna-Barbera (of course) for the 1967 debut of Herculoids. It amazes me that they only made 36 segments (shown in 18 episodes) of Herculoids - but I guess when you have Space Ghost, Johnny Quest, Jetsons, Flintstones & Scooby-Doo, you really don't need Herculoids. In my opinion, the stars of Herculoids were the creatures - they rocked!! A flying dragon that shoots laser beams out of his eyes AND his tail, a rhinoceros that shoots exploding rocks out of his horn, A giant rock gorilla that that is impossibly strong and Gloop & Gleep that are, well, I don't WTH they are - but they are cool!!
post #8445 of 11270

definitely remember that one. They really threw everything in there, didn't they? All the major character food groups except for some sort of robotic thing, and interest in those as protagonists might actually have come later, in which case you can't fault them for the exclusion.

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