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Hey, no picking on Fuzzy...he's only got the two brain cells, and they're working as hard as they can....
but he's gotta hold hands to get a synapse (and then its regulated]
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Here's me thinking that with my thinning pelt a solar array could put some heat back into my system.....
You see, that is the problem, you went off and thunk.......OUCH!......dang nabbit, hate it when that happens, ......... need to quit thinking......OUCH!...hurts them brain atoms you know......oh my aching head!
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herrumph.....does any of that qualify as abuse ? Is truth a defence ?

Anywho, bugger off you lot....I'm just going to sit here under the protection of my tinfoil beanie.....
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Everyone know a balding pate is just a solar panel for a sex machine... unless, of course, you insist on the tin hat.....
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A balding fuzzy plate is sex machine?!?!?!?!?!? here I was told it was a rain detector! harumff! is right!
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A balding fuzzy plate is sex machine?!?!?!?!?!? here I was told it was a rain detector! harumff! is right!
Hey.....Fast reckons I'm a Sex Machine and Marty thinks I'm a Super Bowl...way to go guys.

Now given that my tinfoil beanie does nothing for my love life....do you think a pair of tinfoil boxers would protect the jewels from those accursed cosmic rays ?
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I worry about the two of them... TDW, don't bend over ...
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I guess I asked for that. I didn't want to see the shot of you in the tinfoil boxers -

jeez Fuzball, how does one moderate that! -

Of course, a moderator is some kind of macerator.
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