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Old 07-17-2008, 08:37 AM   #61
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Oh I don't doubt it. I never really found anywhere worthy to post. My entire post count just came from random posts over the last year an a half and that was pretty much it. I joined another board around relatively the same time as I joined here and my post count there is almost 10,000. So there's obviously no issues with being free with the reply button as much as a lack of a place to post!

Yeah, I seriously wonder where people come up with stuff like that.
See, I guess I was an over-enthusiastic fan in my earliest days, then I settled in on EYKIW/WTAHNN and the Tour forum around the release of HTDAAB and the Vertigo Tour and became known as the Setlist Guy. It wasn't until really late 2007 that my posting took a turn south and by the start of this year, I was drifting away from Interference. Suddenly, though, this place began and five months down the road, I'm the forum's highest poster.
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What exciting lives you lead.
It's 12:40am.

What else am I going to be doing? Drinking and sexing?
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Yesterday is my laziness record.. I got out of bed at 3pm and I wasn't even hungry.. I ate 4 peanut butter and cheese sandwiches tho... and had dinner at 9pm instead of 6... ah well, I was lazy.. I so love sleepign!
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Old 07-17-2008, 08:40 AM   #65
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Oooh, pineapple is made of win. Living in Queensland had one perk in that it grows shitloads of pineapple, so the stuff is cheap and fresh there. I'll agree with you that melons tend to suck, but I loooove peaches. Loathe mangos.

Yeah, you might as well just do chicken yourself. The quality will be faaaar better. And I must say, Subway here is far superior to the rubbish Subway in the US. I accidentally made a scene at one Subway in TN. I've had the same Subway order since I was 10 (well, minor alterations, but the general idea is unchanged). So I tried to order it. Firstly, the chicken fillets were different, and they were a bit confused by what I wanted - this was before I learnt that Americans don't pronounce 'fillet' like, well, 'fillet'. Fill-et. But, you know, I shrugged it off and got the vegetables I like. Then I asked for barbecue sauce. "We don't have it." "WHAT. *stunned pause* OK, tomato sauce? Er, what you call ketchup?" "We don't have it." I just stared at the guy incredulously ... and he went and served somebody else while I looked around with this facial expression of "... the FUCK, people?" I eventually got mustard on it, and learnt in future to bring my own barbecue sauce with me.

Huh, so they do. Learn something new every day.

Hee, no, I enjoy cooking for others; I'd just be worried that it's not that good! Wouldn't want it to be a letdown.
I love pineapple. We usualy have it with our ham and I always hoard them al to myself. I'm basically the only one who ever eats them! And they're so good. (Ha, I wrote "ood" instead of good at first. I must have Doctor Who on the brain.)
And as for mango? Yuck! I prefer pears over peaches, any day.

So they don't have barbecue sauce...I've never noticed since I tend to get turkey or the sweet onio chicken teriyaki. But seriously, fast food workers in America generally are typically like that. Part of the reason why I don't like fast food. If I'd been there, I'd have probably went off on him. When people play stupid with me like that, I just leave and go somewhere else. The only fast food people who've never given me a problem were the ones who work at the local chinese take out. They are very nice and polite and they will work with you on your order if you don't want something on it unlike people at other fast food places.

That you do. I love their soup, it was probably some of the first kind I ever had, so I'll have quite the fondness for it for years to come.

I'm sure you're a great cook! I wouldn't mind trying some of the food you've talked about on here.
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Red Rooster? That sounds like Lee's Famous...
Their little symbol thing is of a rooster. And it's red. They serve chicken.
Hm. I was under the impression Red Rooster was an Australian thing, but I don't really know.
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It's 12:40am.

What else am I going to be doing? Drinking and sexing?
With a plane, yes. I mean, it's got a cockpit for you.

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This is like, pretty much my favorite post ever
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Roosters


no I may not be biased cause it's actually my last name....

our house is full of roosters!
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See, I guess I was an over-enthusiastic fan in my earliest days, then I settled in on EYKIW/WTAHNN and the Tour forum around the release of HTDAAB and the Vertigo Tour and became known as the Setlist Guy. It wasn't until really late 2007 that my posting took a turn south and by the start of this year, I was drifting away from Interference. Suddenly, though, this place began and five months down the road, I'm the forum's highest poster.
I hadn't found this place until the Vertigo era was ending because U2 weren't exactly my favourite band for a long time. I have been an on and off fan since I was about 4 years old and I had spells where I wasn't really as into them. However, this time around, I am more into them than I have ever been and it really excites me to be around for a new album release.

Nothing wrong with being the forum's highest poster. I consider it an honour to be your friend.
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Yesterday is my laziness record.. I got out of bed at 3pm and I wasn't even hungry.. I ate 4 peanut butter and cheese sandwiches tho... and had dinner at 9pm instead of 6... ah well, I was lazy.. I so love sleepign!
I dragged myself up at 1:20pm today. Faaar too late. I was not happy with myself. I felt like I'd wasted my day.

My sleeping's so off, too, that lately I've been eating lunch at 2-5pm and dinner at 8-10pm.
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Hm. I was under the impression Red Rooster was an Australian thing, but I don't really know.
I always thought Lee's was an American thing and it's not even in all 50 states. In fact, I don't even think it's in half of them. They serve mostly only chicken, though.
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Maybe they're distant cousins.
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no I may not be biased cause it's actually my last name....

our house is full of roosters!
Ha, awesome.

And I think this makes you the first person whose last name I know but first name I don't!
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no I may not be biased cause it's actually my last name....

our house is full of roosters!
We had a rooster once that used to get pissed off and peck at you if you didn't have any cashews to give to it. Wouldn't take any peanuts or anything either. Just cashews.
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