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Old 10-19-2013, 07:44 PM   #21
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Old 10-19-2013, 07:47 PM   #22
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This forum just keeps getting weirder and weirder.
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Welcome.So you come from a line of family painters? Being that your dad was a painter and your grandfather in general.
I guess I do! Of sorts. They provided the genes, I just put them to use.
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what does yellow have to do with anything?
You know... Yellow actually has a lot to do with everything. Think about it.
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If smutnounce is the new way to say ****ounce then **** it I'm in! Let's ****ounce the smut out of this ****er!
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quote=DirtyPainter;443271]You know... Yellow actually has a lot to do with everything. Think about it.[/quote]


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I guess I do! Of sorts. They provided the genes, I just put them to use.
You should make that your signature.

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You know... Yellow actually has a lot to do with everything. Think about it.
I concur-- sunshine, sunflowers, lemon meringue pie. Where would we be without yellow?

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If smutnounce is the new way to say ****ounce then **** it I'm in! Let's ****ounce the smut out of this ****er!
Welcome to PT, where everyone can smutnounce freely.
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I concur-- sunshine, sunflowers, lemon meringue pie. Where would we be without yellow?
Plus without yellow/orange there would be no need for sundresses.
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Plus without yellow/orange there would be no need for sundresses.
Especially in Arizona. You're nothing if not persistent Sean.
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Ah shux, I quickly forget that I'm not talking to people from Az. So of course yellow means nothing. Maybe I should have titled it "Blue!" Or "Green!" All of the things, we are not.
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ah shux, i quickly forget that i'm not talking to people from az. So of course yellow means nothing. Maybe i should have titled it "blue!" or "green!" all of the things, we are not.
go green!
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Green is my favorite color
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Ah shux, I quickly forget that I'm not talking to people from Az. So of course yellow means nothing. Maybe I should have titled it "Blue!" Or "Green!" All of the things, we are not.
Hi, welcome from S. Texas.

Wow, you brought up a long forgotten memory.
I didn't recognize "Yellow" at first but back in the 60's and 70's we used to say it with an "M" sound at the beginning of yellow to be sort of an extended "Mmmyellow". We would answer the phone that way a lot.

Thanks for the memory.
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Hi, welcome from S. Texas. Wow, you brought up a long forgotten memory. I didn't recognize "Yellow" at first but back in the 60's and 70's we used to say it with an "M" sound at the beginning of yellow to be sort of an extended "Mmmyellow". We would answer the phone that way a lot. Thanks for the memory.
It's also how my grandfather always answered the phone. I use it from time to time- depending on who's calling. And clearly when I introduce myself to a bunch of people I don't know!
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It's also how my grandfather always answered the phone. I use it from time to time- depending on who's calling. And clearly when I introduce myself to a bunch of people I don't know!
And that reminds me of even more... the undertones of affection that it carries.
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Mine too.
Green is the color of the ducks, the color of money, and so much nature.
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