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Old 07-07-2008, 12:58 PM   #586
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Phanan, for the drunkposting, you want the Mollie's Nipple thread. Start from around post 500, when despite having had 5 glasses, I was still entirely coherent. Things started to go really iffy around the third glass of port.
You got on a roll there. I'm surprised you made it as long as you did.
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Old 07-07-2008, 12:58 PM   #587
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Old 07-07-2008, 01:01 PM   #588
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On another note, four hours since its creation and not one single sarcastic reply to the Air Supply thread.

I'm shocked, I tell you.
soo tempted.... :biteslip:
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Old 07-07-2008, 01:02 PM   #589
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You got on a roll there. I'm surprised you made it as long as you did.
Believe it or not, I didn't even get a hangover.

When I did 5 glasses of sauvignon blanc/semillon and 2 of port a week earlier, it wasn't even that obvious that I was drunk. Hell, I was still fucking editing Wikipedia to correct grammar at that point of inebriation!
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Well, I would say the best example of it is the quote in Khan's signature that you may have already seen.

But there are some other great moments that cracked me up reading back over it.
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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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*actually crying from laughter* I dunno what's funnier: the typos, or that even with imagining the typos corrected, I still have no idea what the fuck you're saying. Win.
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I bet it will but my fucking keyboard haves me right now. Oh, it seems to me working OK now. Maybe Travis just put a spell on it. Evil bastard. Wastes me to seel sloshed.
Not like anybody had to try to make me seem sloshed ...
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I love how even when I'm totally wasted, I still bring the wine snobbery:

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This is stunningly true. I wish I had stopped then. I was enjoying the port much more then. It is so full of rich flavours.

But now I am smashed.
And my parting post:

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Feople, I must sleep. Hope my inebriation has brouught laughts to you. Goodnight, aweome people of Interference.
I may just have to start using 'feople' regularly now. I suspect it was probably caused by starting to write 'folks' and then changing to 'people'. And I'm worried that after essentially a bottle of wine, I could still spell 'inebriation'.
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Feople, I must sleep. I hope my recent inebriation continues to bring laughs to you. Goodnight, awesome people of Interference.

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Hey, all!

I'm in a dilemma (dilema? dilemna? None of those look right) trying to figure out where to go on my vacation mini-road trip tomorrow.

Oh, it's so rough being on vacation for a week! Such difficult trials I put myself through.
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Hey, all!

I'm in a dilemma (dilema? dilemna? None of those look right) trying to figure out where to go on my vacation mini-road trip tomorrow.

Oh, it's so rough being on vacation for a week! Such difficult trials I put myself through.
Go to the Calgary Stampede! I'm not sure how far that is from Seattle, but it's a lot of fun! (Or so I hear).
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That's, um, a little far for a day trip.

... it's actually closer than I thought, but still a 12 hour drive. For a rodeo. So I'm guessing .... no.
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Come to Philadelphia, eat a cheesesteak and a soft pretzel, go POWERJUICE, and then leave.
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I've never been to Philly. I was in Pittsburgh for a day, and it was really ... random.
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That's, um, a little far for a day trip.

... it's actually closer than I thought, but still a 12 hour drive. For a rodeo. So I'm guessing .... no.
Well, I didn't know what a "mini-road" trip meant. And it's more than just a rodeo. There are tons of people, parties and the like to attend to. It's just an all-around good time.
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