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Science Proofs: Sphinx is 800K year old

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1 minute ago, Jarocal said:

A cacophony of Conniving Coneys can be as dangerous as any evil demonic feline entity which is why our Blessed Past Basset Masters (may their song endure everlasting) pursue each with the same righteous vigor. I personally believe this is why they shared the "sweet and sour sauce" recipe with Chinese takeaway restaurants at the dawn of the Neolithic. :P

Meow.

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Just now, kmt_sesh said:

Meow.

Again four words "Sweet and Sour sauce"...

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On 7/7/2017 at 10:57 PM, kmt_sesh said:

We're listening.

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Thats it, from now on im typing in sign launage...... - oh wait thats some serious flawed logic Peter.... "walks back to drawing board"

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Posted (edited)

On 7/8/2017 at 1:06 AM, Jarocal said:

A cacophony of Conniving Coneys can be as dangerous as any evil demonic feline entity which is why our Blessed Past Basset Masters (may their song endure everlasting) pursue each with the same righteous vigor. I personally believe this is why they shared the "sweet and sour sauce" recipe with Chinese takeaway restaurants at the dawn of the Neolithic. :P

Its flied lice.....

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Posted (edited)

To derail and utterly end this thread I would like to share an image of Kmt_Sesh's bathroom door

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I've never seen a bathroom door with a zip-fastener before ...

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That's actually to the cabinet where I store my toilet papers.

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5 hours ago, Hanslune said:

To derail and utterly end this thread I would like to share an image of Kmt_Sesh's bathroom door

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My ex-Mother-in-Law's front door.

Harte

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1 hour ago, Harte said:

My ex-Mother-in-Law's front door.

Harte

I can almost hear the sinister booming laughter.

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1 hour ago, kmt_sesh said:

That's actually to the cabinet where I store my toilet papers.

 

Presumably consisting of unread works by various well known pseudohistory authors whom doubtless, for reasons of discretion and decorum, you prefer not to name ...

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49 minutes ago, Windowpane said:

 

Presumably consisting of unread works by various well known pseudohistory authors whom doubtless, for reasons of discretion and decorum, you prefer not to name ...

They'll do for that purpose in a pinch, but as with their written material and historical conclusions, I find them to be too coarse and flimsy.

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All my speculative anthropological papers are pre- treated with a 'certain virus'  to discourage such 'recyclings' . 

My last  ' non - publisher '  ; 

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Image result for stuck on the toilet

 

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I was always under the impression Kmt used toilet paper as dressing. 

 Which makes me wonder which is best for a formal dress party? Charmin or bounty? 

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59 minutes ago, kmt_sesh said:

They'll do for that purpose in a pinch, but as with their written material and historical conclusions, I find them to be too coarse and flimsy.

You think fringe conjectures are coarse and chafing, try corn cobs... 

Some Yankees don't know what a good life they've had.

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2 minutes ago, Jarocal said:

You think fringe conjectures are coarse and chafing, try corn cobs... 

Some Yankees don't know what a good life they've had.

To be sure.  Even the Romans had sponges. 

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Just now, ShadowSot said:

To be sure.  Even the Romans had sponges. 

That is because they were sissy men who had issues conquering anything other than Egyptians, Britons, and Greeks...

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40 minutes ago, ShadowSot said:

I was always under the impression Kmt used toilet paper as dressing. 

 Which makes me wonder which is best for a formal dress party? Charmin or bounty? 

Pray for "double ply" to be part of the answer.

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1 hour ago, ShadowSot said:

I was always under the impression Kmt used toilet paper as dressing. 

 Which makes me wonder which is best for a formal dress party? Charmin or bounty? 

http://i.imgur.com/pWRgQZi.gifv

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2 hours ago, Kenemet said:

Pray for "double ply" to be part of the answer.

Are you kidding? Nothing less than double-ply.

2 hours ago, Hanslune said:

Now he's cool! I downloaded him.

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