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Old 10-10-2008, 02:18 PM
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This should be a sticky somewhere!

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Old 10-10-2008, 02:50 PM
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Thats a wicked funny video clip

And remember folks, "Dont feed the troll !"
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very, very, funny.
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Old 10-10-2008, 04:40 PM
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Seen that one before & always loved it. Steps 5 & 8 are also true.

Kinda needs an update about people who go out and subscribe to 10,000 forums, duplicate the same false information on all of them, act like an expert on each one (even though the have less than 1 month experience), brag about it all & most of the content isn't even true!!!!

Well, on 2nd thought, that could apply to the description of a troll too couldn't it!!!

Nice one, thanks for sharing!
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Old 10-10-2008, 04:51 PM
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Nice one, thanks for sharing!
I posted this while thinking of you, Melis

We share many of the same opinions.
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Old 10-10-2008, 05:00 PM
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Jason.. after reading the liars thread I can clearly spot you meant that Melis had some of the qualities described :P

great video dude I cracked up lol
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I wondered if any one would catch that (edit) talking about myself, that is - never get tired of it!

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Old 10-10-2008, 06:05 PM
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yeah that was hilarious! Almost as hilarious as the time I slipped on some water, fell, and broke three ribs while cleaning my terrarium. . . I really enjoyed the part about staying on topic!
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Old 10-10-2008, 06:21 PM
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Along the lines of staying on topic...that is amazing, you did all of that while cleaning a cage!!! You are a very talented individual!!!!
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Old 10-10-2008, 06:32 PM
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ya i agree
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Old 10-10-2008, 07:37 PM
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actually i made that up . . . haha! See the compulsive liars thread below . . . I'm mixing and matching! haha!
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Old 10-11-2008, 01:58 AM
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yeah that was hilarious! Almost as hilarious as the time I slipped on some water, fell, and broke three ribs while cleaning my terrarium. . . I really enjoyed the part about staying on topic!

Oh really? Well you should have seen what I did the other day

While I was on my chair reaching for something on the top of my rack, the chair slipped and I crashed into my tanks and then proceeded to break my neck.

So there I was.... covered in glass and frogs (soon to be raisins)... I somehow drug myself over to the phone and dialed 911. While I was waiting for the ambulance I scooted back across the glass to collect my frogs and placed them in quarantine containers (since they had cross contaminated themselves.)

Well, we got to the hospital and they needed to do emergency surgery since my spinal cord was almost severed... they proceeded to tell me I wouldnt be up and about for quite some time, probably months, but I thought they were overreacting. So, once I got home from the hospital, I had my husband take the power grinder and cut my plaster body cast off... then I made dinner, re-designed three new tanks, and went to the gym. See, I knew the doctors were wrong! I mean, come on, I HAVE watched ER...


All that aside, that video was great. And BTW, is there a CL's anonymous someone could recommend? I have this FRIEND that would like to know...
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Old 10-11-2008, 05:13 AM
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DIS THREAD ROXORS, ROLF.

Wow, it actually took some effort to type that out. :P
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Old 10-11-2008, 05:55 AM
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But Sarah, you couldn't have done any of that if it weren't for ME!

As an after school project while in the GATE (gifted and talented education) program, I designed the prototype for the public safety dispatch system. Without ME neither you nor your frogs would have survived.

And of course, you couldn't even be here now telling us of your exploits if I hadn't invented the internet.
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Old 10-11-2008, 07:54 AM
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Ok so I finally got to see that video. You know some work computers dont let people look at videos at work.

SO does this mean I can just start posting relys to the threads with the words. Step 1, Step2, step 5, etc?

Nice post Jason.
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Omg that was so funny!

I think that video should be required to watch everytime you log in!
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STILL AT 26 POST---Let me try again.

I had injections in my back Wednesday for a car accident I was in last year. YEA! I am feeling the pain today at 3:30am

THANKS FOR THE VIDEO! THANK WAS THE FIRST THING THAT MADE ME LAUGH IN 3 DAYS
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Old 10-11-2008, 12:26 PM
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WOW - I knew there were some....ummm.... creative people on this forum, but you guys are a riot!!
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I wanted to share a little bit about myself….please take it for what it is worth.

I was raised by wolves, so I don't know if my real age should be 21 or 147 in dog years….well, you know dogs and wolves are related…so it could be either way. I found out a few years ago my mom was hit by a car & her carcass scavenged by vultures & vermin. We got there just in time to save her coat & the skull. Now she hangs on my wall – what little remains there were left I had cremated and her skull transformed into a urn for $10,000. It was a lot of money – but it was my mom and she was worth it!!! The hide was tanned by a taxidermist – but they screwed that up so I seued them. He made it into a coat (still hangs on my wall – but I wear it on special occasions to be close to her) So, I have a taxidermy business too. What can I say, I am talented. Did I mention I represented myself - course, the 90 year old owner did have a massive coronary in the court room and died…so that might have helped – but I like to think it was just talent on my part!!! Only 21 & I have multiple businesses – I am so smart.

I also own 2 homes. Their pictures are below.



The first one, what I like to call my "White House" sits on the beach on the Colorado!!! I just had it built & is brand new. I have lived there for 20 years. We had extensive damage to it from Hurricane Rita – you know, it is on the beach & everything.

My 2nd house is in Hawaii & I traded frogs for it!!! Really expensive ones – a few histos, can you believe the deal I got on that!!!



This is the view from the 2nd story deck on the front



I just hate it when all those lobster fisherman get in the way….they just ruin the view. Think I can sue them??? I need a boat. Think I could sail to Madagascar for my vacation and bring back some dart frogs?



Oh – how did that picture of me when I was 14 get in there!!! Well, everyone thinks I am a hottie. Aren't my girls gorgeous J - you know, natural is the way to go. No way I would ever spend $20,000 on them, wink, wink….

Well, now I want to take about my frogs! I didn't spare any expenses on them! I make sure anything that comes in contact with them gets sanitized. Oooppss… I will be right back. ………… Crap – how did that frog get in there. That was a breeder too!!!

You'll love my frog room. Spent a lot of money on it and didn't spare an expense. Here are some pictures:



Hope you will enjoy – as soon as I get back from that expensive French restaurant my husband is taking me too, I will tell you all about my new car!!!! Did you know McDonald's is actually a French name….it's a fact! They sell real French food – French Fries!!!!

Disclaimer: This entire post is a fabrication....none of the information contained is real. This is a satire. For factual purposes my age is 40, my mother is very much alive & 87. I live in Ohio & only own 1 house.
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I think there were more fake things in the last post than the story! :P



I know I see at least 4 of them.
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I know I see at least 4 of them.
You're saying the watch is a knock-off, right? But what are the other three???
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You're saying the watch is a knock-off, right? But what are the other three???
hair, tan and fingernails!
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Old 10-11-2008, 07:28 PM
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hair, tan and fingernails!
Ahhh, thanks, I couldn't figure out what I was missing. But with fingernails, does that count as one or ten? And how about if one of the acrylic tips is off leaving a natural nail?

Kind of like the moral dilemma of going through the express lane at the grocery store. A six-pack of soda is one, but two cantaloupes.......is that one or two? The soda is all stuck together, but generally the melons aren't bagged together. Now, does it make a difference if they are sold by the each or by the pound, in which case most checkers would put them on the scale together.

Of course, if you go through the self-checkout line, this might change the whole thing.

Wait.........am I typing? or just rambling outloud to myself? OMG, I think you've seen the inner workings of my mind a little too much.
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Bow before me, for I am now a member. Only took 8 years of breeding frogs to become one.
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I love it! I was trying to keep my laughter in check, but the whole family still ended up coming over to the computer to see what the heck I was looking at. :-)
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