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A very large star

Postby Kazoo » Sat Apr 17, 2010 12:46 pm

seems to have showed up in the eastern sky this morning.
Now the whole place is getting warmer.

I'm scared.
What could it be?


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Re: A very large star

Postby Brian » Sat Apr 17, 2010 12:51 pm

Whatever it is, I would advise against staring directly at it. ;)
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Re: A very large star

Postby Kazoo » Sat Apr 17, 2010 1:27 pm

I only stare at TV.
TV is interesting.
I don't date much.
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Re: A very large star

Postby Linnea » Sat Apr 17, 2010 1:58 pm

Can I rename this thread title to "A very large chocolate starfish"? If you substitute that, then the rest of the thread is comedy gold :angelp:
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Re: A very large star

Postby Kazoo » Sat Apr 17, 2010 2:16 pm

lady cop wrote:
Kazoo wrote:I only stare at TV.
TV is interesting.
I don't date much.
:scratch:


are you a cheap date?


Drive-in, back seat, stick of gum.

Cheap enough?

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Re: A very large star

Postby Linnea » Sat Apr 17, 2010 2:28 pm

lady cop wrote:
Linnea wrote:Can I rename this thread title to "A very large chocolate starfish"? If you substitute that, then the rest of the thread is comedy gold :angelp:


haha i would if Kazoo said OK! :rofl2:


That's not quite the kind of chocolate starfish I had in mind.
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Re: A very large star

Postby Millennium » Sat Apr 17, 2010 2:54 pm

lady cop wrote:
Linnea wrote:
lady cop wrote:
Linnea wrote:Can I rename this thread title to "A very large chocolate starfish"? If you substitute that, then the rest of the thread is comedy gold :angelp:


haha i would if Kazoo said OK! :rofl2:


That's not quite the kind of chocolate starfish I had in mind.


humor me...obviously i am dense! :scratch: :dontknow: :help: how embarrassing! :oops:




Urban Dictionary:

It often times refers to the butt-hole. Its shape and color resembles what you would expect to see in a star-fish covered in chocolate. This word originated back in 1847 by a scuba-diver. You could use this word in a work safe manner and it will not occur to anybody that you are being a total Ass Hole.
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Re: A very large star

Postby Millennium » Sat Apr 17, 2010 3:02 pm

lady cop wrote:aside from the fact there was no SCUBA in 1847, that's a new one on me! YUCK! :pukel:



You're never too old to learn:

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/When_was_scuba_gear_invented
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Re: A very large star

Postby Millennium » Sat Apr 17, 2010 3:12 pm

lady cop wrote:As far as most divers are concerned, however, the real breakthrough in SCUBA came in in 1943 by Frenchmen Emile Gagnan and Jacques Yves Cousteau.

at least for modern divers and opened the sport to recreational divers. those very early experimenters drowned a lot. ;) :mermaid:



Yes.......but to the uninformed, anytime you go underwater and stay an extended period, they think it's "scuba" diving......Drowning has to be one horrible way to die.
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Re: A very large star

Postby Millennium » Sat Apr 17, 2010 3:26 pm

lady cop wrote:did i ever tell you that my Dad helped design Jacques Cousteau's U/W sub? and the one Woods Hole used. he was in my Dad's office when JFK was shot.
so anyway, i was a big fan of Cousteau's programs when i was a kid, because my Dad was. i got into diving at age 10.



BAD! OFF-TOPIC! :offtopic:

what the hell IS the topic anyway? :scratch:



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