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Old 01-24-2012, 10:36 PM   #81
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This thread reminds me of PT of the past.
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Old 01-24-2012, 10:38 PM   #82
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That's because Bill is passed out.
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P&H really deserves it. That poor guy "thanks" me for almost every post I make. He really makes me feel smart!
Now you are making me feel dirty.
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Old 01-24-2012, 10:50 PM   #84
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LMAO!!!!! See? You had a shot.
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That's because Bill is passed out.
He is probably banging his head against the headboard as we speak. Telepathy.

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Now you are making me feel dirty.
It is a compliment coming from Neps.
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He is probably banging his head against the headboard as we speak. Telepathy.

Ummm......... The last thing I do NOT want to think about is Bill, banging and headboards.
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Ummm......... The last thing I do NOT want to think about is Bill, banging and headboards.
Maybe the Wenderfull is wearing that nun outfit tonight?
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Ummm......... The last thing I do NOT want to think about is Bill, banging and headboards.
lol once you think it you will try to drown it out with what ever is in the bottom of the bottle and the medicine cabinet.
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Maybe the Wenderfull is wearing that nun outfit tonight?
LMFAO!!!!!!

That is the funniest thing I have ever read on PT.
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Maybe the Wenderfull is wearing that nun outfit tonight?
I thought Bill stretched it out.
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Sean, I'm counting on you to lift the ban that Bill gives me.
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Sean, I'm counting on you to lift the ban that Bill gives me.
You can count on me Paul.

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Sh!t Bills on. I'm outta here!
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Sh!t Bills on. I'm outta here!
Oh crap......
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Its been nice knowing you Chris. I'll say hi to KLaw for you.
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A frown is pointed towards you two.
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This thread will be nothing but a distant memory tomorrow.

After Bill trashes it.
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This was from foot tapping dry.
The beauty of Picasso Brushes is that you don't need to tap them dry. Simply spin it in your hands after washing and you are good to go. The bristles won't finger together either if you go to use it right after you clean it. Best brush I have ever come across!
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besides,is foot tapping a brush a kiss of death for that brush,according to purdy ?
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Still entertaining to read the previous pages.
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