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Look, CD is reading this thread...I see you CD...you're almost like a lurker now...WTH?

SD, did you say someting???
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I really don't care whether the droid in the paper hat is male or female, if i wanted freakin' fries with my order, i woulda asked for 'em!

Now that I got that off my chest, as per fine dining, i really don't care whether the droid refilling the buffet is male or female, just so long as they keep the peel and eat shrimp bin filled!
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I really don't care whether the droid in the paper hat is male or female, if i wanted freakin' fries with my order, i woulda asked for 'em!

Now that I got that off my chest, as per fine dining, i really don't care whether the droid refilling the buffet is male or female, just so long as they keep the peel and eat shrimp bin filled!
Good lord you're hopeless.
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I like a bow tie serving my caviar
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oooooohhhhh, caviar! What buffet do you go to, Denise?
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Ok... I should re-phrase.. "When I could afford it"
Now I can tell you were every Chinese buffet and old country buffet are in a 100 mile radius LOL
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