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Hmmm... Apparently, I've eaten a bunch of monkey dicks.
I'm down to a pint and a half of Thunderbird and 8 half-smoked camels...God get me through the night.
Got some green beer that's left from New Year's Eve 8 years ago....some bricks of Ramen noodles....old furniture that I can burn if I need to. The umportant thing here is to not panic. If we don't panic, everything's going to be all right.
Snowing hard here in Kansas City.KC 1NWA 0
I really hope Hillary can run in 2016 and wins
I'm taking a different approach this year. Last year I stocked up on all the shit you stock up when Arkansas gets these storm warnings...I've just now used up the last of the beef jerky and parliment lights. Hail, I still have 62 cases of toilet paper in the basement.Sooo.......this year. I just poured the last of the milk down the drain and toasted the bread to make yankee stuffing, which everybody knows is inedible.
can't believe you even took the time to write that
Cornbread stuffing sucks.
Yankee stuffing = hot water heaterCornbread stuffing = military intelligence
Yankee Sweet Cornbread > that salty Southern Crapbread.And while I'm at it, a Coke is a fricking Coke.
Yankee Sweet Cornbread > that salty Southern Crapbread.And while I'm at it, a Coke is a fucking Coke.
I say, I say. Thou hast offended.
Yankees have cornbread? I was unaware. My mother/grandma/great-grandma always made cornbread which tasted sweet to me at least, and they were all from the SE Arkansas area, so...Coke is a shortened name for Coca-Cola, which is a type of soda.
You are not from da Souf.
Just had my first encounter with winter. Was letting the dogs out, stepped on the porch steps, and busted my ass. So is it snowing in NWA or what? Is anyone alive there?
Where in The 'Lou are you? I'm out here in Kirkwood/Des Peres and there is no ice or snow as of yet.
Dogtown... Right across 40 from the zoo. If you know where Seamus McDaniel's is, I'm easy walking distance from there. Or the Steak n Shake on Hampton. It was slick on the wood steps coming off the porch, but it may not be freezing on anything else though.
Good layer of sleet on everything here in U-City.(At least I think you'd call it U-City...near Pershing & Debaliviere just north of the Park.)
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