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Old 06-23-2008, 11:35 PM   #541
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omg i just got that funny ad!
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Well exactly, It allows me to sort of follow through with the rest of their recordings. Or at least, try to.

The record stores in Dublin.. oh my god. They had everything.. everything But I'd need to be rich to be able to afford all of the albums I wanted there.

I also got a U2 tribute album that was done acoustically by Irish artists... which is really quite good. Also a tenner.
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So, I went into the living room to mooch a bit of the candy bar my mom was munching on, and she was watching Tori Spelling's reality show or whatever it was. And I kinda glanced at the TV and saw Tori and her husband and their kid.

And then as I turned away, I heard the guy go "Chiquita!"

I whipped my head around, appalled and went "Chiquita?!"

Then I saw a black chihuahua running to him and I went "Oh, it's the dog. Thank god it's the dog and not the kid."

Because with these celebrities, you just don't know.
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Well exactly, It allows me to sort of follow through with the rest of their recordings. Or at least, try to.

The record stores in Dublin.. oh my god. They had everything.. everything But I'd need to be rich to be able to afford all of the albums I wanted there.

I also got a U2 tribute album that was done acoustically by Irish artists... which is really quite good. Also a tenner.
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Technically she's furniture. She comes with the apartment.
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MUST EVERYONE SPOIL SOYLENT GREEN FOR ME?!

Forget it, I'm just not even going to try
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MUST EVERYONE SPOIL SOYLENT GREEN FOR ME?!

Forget it, I'm just not even going to try
Everyone gets spoiled on that one. It's become common knowledge You'd have to have been around back when it came out to not get spoiled on it.
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I have to say.. I quite like Message from a self-destructing turnip
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Maya - this is for you: YouTube - i'm bo yo.
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I have to say.. I quite like Message from a self-destructing turnip
Oh, that's just bizarre.

Although I can't say I ever play it much, some of the stuff on that album is really quite peculiarly amusing.
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"Who buys U2 records anyway? It's just music for plumbers and bricklayers. Bono, what a slob. You'd think with all that climbing about he does, he'd look real fit and that. But he's real fat, y'know. Reminds me of a soddin' mountain goat."
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Oh, that's just bizarre.

Although I can't say I ever play it much, some of the stuff on that album is really quite peculiarly amusing.
I was just going to ignore that comment, but now I think you guys are talking about a song yes?
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i've never seen that before, and i'm gonna play it over and over again until that shit is memorized
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I want to like Porcupine Tree, but I don't even know where to start.
I want to like them so that I'll fit in with the cool peeps here. . . . but I can't be bothered so I'll sit here listening to Tom Jones. . . . . or Doris Day


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i've never seen that before, and i'm gonna play it over and over again until that shit is memorized
Do it!

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