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Axver 04-25-2008 01:30 AM

Tutaekuri River Superthread
 
So far, we've visited:

- Pop Survivor Round One
- Australia Discotheque style
- EBTTRT
- IAMJ
- TCATT
- POTDB
- EYKIW/Liechtenstein
- AIWIU2
- Australia
- Djibouti
- Te Urethra National Park
- Inaccessible Island
- Lodgepole, Nebraska
- Bangaluru, which was not Bangin'
- Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotameteaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenakitanatahu
- Territorial Collectivity of Saint Pierre and Michelin
- Ouagadougou
- Dominican Republic
- Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen
- Fernando de Noronha
- Kyzyl, aka Fuck Vowels
- Torquay, aka Fawlty Towers
- Bill, Wyoming
- Fenway Park
- Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic
- Vrbno pod Pradědem
- Unalaska, Alaska
- Gimme more Sexy Peaks, Idaho
- Fuck those Fucking fuckers, Austria
- Wittenoom, Western Australia
- Hell, Michigan
- Centralia, Pennsylvania
- Anus, France
- Vagina, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia
- Wetwang, England
- Cunter, Switzerland
- Axver's a huge Bastard Township, Ontario
- Useless Loop, Western Australia
- Afternoon Tea, South Dakota
- Giggleswick, England
- Whakapapa (pronounced "Fuck a Papa"), New Zealand, aka Incest
- Jen's Room, Lamethreadlocation, Geelong
- You're a Twatt, No You Are, Shetland
- Fingringhoe, Essex
- Blowhard, Victoria
- Lime Free State, South Africa
- Middle Intercourse Island
- Disneyland, Lamethreadlocation, US of Lamerica
- Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!, Quebec
- LemonMacPhisto's failure
- Boring Lava Field, Oregon
- Morón Air Base, Spain
- Comet 3D/Biela (lost in spaaaace)
- Dildo vs vibrator, Newfoundland
- Haiku Valley, Hawaii
- Hole of Horcum, England
- Cumbum, Tamil Nadu, India
- Hell For Certain, Kentucky
- Devil's Dyke, Sussex, England
- Koolyanobbing, Western Australia
- Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
- Three Cocks and the Truth, Wales
- Saddam Hussein Is Dead Town, Sri Lanka
- Tittybong, Victoria, Australia
- Humptulips, Washington
- Do You Like My Sugar Tits, South Carolina
- End of Earth, Michigan
- Big Boner Lick State Park, Kentucky
- Kholat Syakhl, Russia
- Adelaide awww yeah, South Australia
- Dumb Thread Idea, Northumberland, UK
- Bumpass, Virginia
- Bogan Gate, NSW, Australia
- Billy Ray Cyrus, Ireland
- Upperthong, West Yorkshire
- Sexbierum, Holland
- Postwhorehouse Meadow
- Very Brilliant, Alabama
- Hooker, Oklahoma
- Knob Lick, Missouri
- Fresh Smells, Staten Island
- Swastika, Ontario
- Paw Paw, West Virginia

The Maori to English translation? This is Dogshit River.

Axver 04-25-2008 01:31 AM

Goddamnit, Khan! You took so bloody long making that thread that I finally got impatient and just made this one, right as you made yours!

KhanadaRhodes 05-30-2008 09:39 PM

:bump:

KhanadaRhodes 05-30-2008 09:40 PM

Who Posted?
Total Posts: 1,011
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Axver 164
KhanadaRhodes 116
phanan 113
The Sad Punk 105
Screwtape2 58
LemonMelon 57
phillyfan26 56
Varitek 54
LarryMullen's POPAngel 52
coolian2 46
bono_212 37
mysterious_jen 29
Dalton 26
gluey 25
the tourist 17
bono_man2002 15
unico 11
Sicy 10
DreamOutLoud13 8
RavenBlue 6
bonocrazy88 2
elevated_u2_fan 2
Irishteen 2

LemonMelon 05-30-2008 09:40 PM

Carried over from the last thread...

Quote:

Originally Posted by Screwtape2 (Post 5191455)
I think the idea is that he was a child in the sense of how people refuse to accept manhood or grow up.

"Pin and mount me like a butterfly" is like do anything that you will to me but I need you.

:hmm: And their relationship caused him to settle down and become a man? I guess I could see that.


BTW, I like the song quite a bit, though I tend to prefer later Smiths works over the first album.

DreamOutLoud13 05-30-2008 09:41 PM

My boyfriend and I don't even have a song. I dunno, it's never come up. I might pick Good Enough by Evanescence, because it's such a beautiful song. Not sure what he'd pick.

But oddly, it seems like every time we go to this one book store where they play country music, Our Song by Taylor Swift comes on, which makes me tempted to pick it:

YouTube - Our Song Official Video By Taylor Swift

I look around, turn the radio down
He says, "Baby, is something wrong?"
I say "Nothing, I was just thinking,
How we don't have a song."

And he says, "Our song is the slam of screen doors
Sneaking out late, tapping on your window
When we're on the phone and you talk real slow
'cause it's late and your mama don't know.

Our song is the way you laugh
The first date, man I didn't kiss her and I should have
And when I got home, before I said 'amen'
Asking God if He could play it again."


I dunno, I think it's cute :cute:

Dalton 05-30-2008 09:42 PM

Still makes me laugh ...

YouTube - Ali-G Interviews Posh Spice and David Beckham

KhanadaRhodes 05-30-2008 09:43 PM

lol, dol, i just mentioned that song in the last thread :giggle:

i've never had a song :hmm: i've never done a lot of the seemingly normal stuff though :hmm:

Screwtape2 05-30-2008 09:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LemonMelon (Post 5191462)
Carried over from the last thread...



:hmm: And their relationship caused him to settle down and become a man? I guess I could see that.


BTW, I like the song quite a bit, though I tend to prefer later Smiths works over the first album.

I sort of relate because my therapist insists that I need to grow up and stop being a child. :lol:

I prefer later Smiths works too. Though live versions of Miserable Lie are amazing. That song might creep some people out though because it is Morrissey's "having genitals are a cruel joke" anthem. :wink:

Axver 05-30-2008 09:44 PM

Damn, we took a long time to get back to this shitty thread! :laugh:

LemonMelon 05-30-2008 09:45 PM

I don't really want to ever have a single "song" for a relationship. It would be completely tainted for me if something went wrong. :sigh:

I would, of course, like to have similar musical interests with a person that I could potentially spend the rest of my life with. That would be nice.

Axver 05-30-2008 09:46 PM

I actually randomly came across this river earlier today, hence remembering to ask Khan to bring the thread back. Turns out the victim in one of New Zealand's unsolved missing persons cases was last seen at the mouth of the Tutaekuri.

Screwtape2 05-30-2008 09:48 PM

See I want a couple's song so I can play it when they aren't around and feel they are so far away. :)

KhanadaRhodes 05-30-2008 09:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Axver (Post 5191478)
last seen at the mouth of the Tutaekuri.

given what it means, i was imagining it quite literally :yuck:

DreamOutLoud13 05-30-2008 09:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LemonMelon (Post 5191477)
I don't really want to ever have a single "song" for a relationship. It would be completely tainted for me if something went wrong. :sigh:

I would, of course, like to have similar musical interests with a person that I could potentially spend the rest of my life with. That would be nice.

Yeah, two prior relationships have nearly ruined two good songs for me. In both cases, it was a long time before I was able to listen to the song again. It was made worse (in both cases) by the guys in question choosing to sing said songs to me :doh:


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