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04-25-2008 01:31 PM
TheFrog Time for the mods to move this to Off Topic...

I am sitting at my desk "working" and trying not to laugh too hard.
04-25-2008 12:47 PM
TrueBlue
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I think that's what the guy on the Columbia was doing... and then he forgets himself, lights a cigarette, and poof! No more testicle hair.
You could be on to something there . . .
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The burns were serious and affected the man's hands, face and chest,
The burn zone correlates to a prime position for closely inhaling the flatulence. Of course he was embarrassed to reveal the truth . . . if only he didn't light up that cigarette when he was finished.
04-25-2008 12:36 PM
teshannon Surely you'll donate your collection some day to an appropriate institution or will you be leaving it to your heirs? Perhaps a sale on Ebay, there's a real potential money maker.
04-25-2008 12:31 PM
sailhog
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Ahhh, the ultimate form of narcissism is the savoring of one's vintage flatulence.
I think that's what the guy on the Columbia was doing... and then he forgets himself, lights a cigarette, and poof! No more testicle hair.
04-25-2008 12:24 PM
TrueBlue Ahhh, the ultimate form of narcissism is the savoring of one's vintage flatulence.
04-25-2008 12:14 PM
sailhog TB,
I don't mean to sound elitist, but I'm something of a connesieur. I don't intend to use my flatulence to cut down on my gas bill. Instead, I just like to sit back in the evening and savor the essence of a nice "October 11, 1978 Rotary Club Chili Cookoff." I'll be reading some Shakespeare, NPR's on the radio... ahhh.... heaven...
04-25-2008 12:00 PM
TrueBlue So SH, do you have a flatulence cellar, with specially designed racks, grouping your Mason jars by vintage?

Some day, when all the planet's natural gas resources are deprived, you will have enough methane to run your heater and A/C, while the rest of us shiver and sweat.
04-25-2008 11:59 AM
bubb2
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Flatulence in the bilge is another problem. When a sailor feels the need to flatulate, he or she should do so elsewhere. I keep a Mason jar on hand just for this purpose. I open the jar, put the rim around my keester, flatulate, and then quickly screw the lid onto the glass threads before the flatluence has a chance to escape. I then label the jar -- for instance: "September 22, 1974; Mile High Stadium; Chargers vs. Broncos." Our house is full of these Mason jars.
Hog, Thank you for my morning chuckle!
04-25-2008 11:51 AM
sailhog Flatulence in the bilge is another problem. When a sailor feels the need to flatulate, he or she should do so elsewhere. I keep a Mason jar on hand just for this purpose. I open the jar, put the rim around my keester, flatulate, and then quickly screw the lid onto the glass threads before the flatluence has a chance to escape. I then label the jar -- for instance: "September 22, 1974; Mile High Stadium; Chargers vs. Broncos." Our house is full of these Mason jars.
04-25-2008 10:44 AM
Giulietta Excellent post TB...excellent post...one more thng to keep us all on our toes... thank you
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