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I learned that I shouldn't try to walk if I'm being dragged.

I learned (thanks to Fiyah) to ALWAYS watch my footing.

I learned that I should really stop kissing chicks.

I learned how to eat a whole lobster.

I learned that Goose likes to wear socks/sandals, but not for very long.

I learned that Roomie is so nice, he even kissed my gash on my eye.

I learned that Ruiner's parents are scarily similar to mine.

I learned that Fenway is much smaller than I had imagined.
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Crystal wrote:I learned that I should really stop kissing chicks.
Blasphemy!
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BeerMakesMeSmart wrote:Some people don't find cooking a baby in a Ronco Rotisserie all that funny. Set it and forget it.
i forgot about that.
delicious self-basting babies.
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i learned im the coolest kid in school.

i learned you are all a bunch of jealous assholes (crystal obviously excluded. shes jealous of me, but shes not an asshole about it.)

i learned that passing out in front of a shuttle bus is ok, provided the driver has decent vision.

i learned that my friends here are assholes, who pour water on my lap in front of my parents, making it seem i pissed myself.

i learned i save pissing my pants for occasions such as mayhems furniture and the bed at the holiday inn.

i learned its ok to flip a mattress at the holiday inn.
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Crystal wrote: I learned that Roomie is so nice, he even kissed my gash on my eye.
Oh yeah, Roomie tries to do whatever he can to get a chance at the women's "gashes".

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ruiner wrote: i learned its ok to flip a mattress at the holiday inn.
I wasn't going to go there..
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I learned I really can stay up all night drinking and work 8 hours the next day.

The price for such escapades only gets higher as you get older.

Conventions you don't go to aren't as painful as ones you do, they aren't nearly as much fun either.

I still love my wife and its good to be alive.

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5. There are SEVERAL whore-like folks on this board. That was comforting to learn.
Now I'm curious, what constitutes whore-likeness?
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I learned that if you're outside of the South and try to request a David Allan Coe song the band will look at you funny.
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Rowdydrunk79 wrote:I learned that if you're outside of the South and try to request a David Allan Coe song the band will look at you funny.
not true in the west.

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whiskeyprick wrote:
Rowdydrunk79 wrote:I learned that if you're outside of the South and try to request a David Allan Coe song the band will look at you funny.
not true in the west.
Noted.
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... Rowdy was standing outside of Mallory's door singing a Mel Tillis song
"Honey, won't you open that door.... " and poor Bundy had to listen as I chimed in.... and here I thought I had forgotten all my country music!
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Gin McGuinness wrote:... Rowdy was standing outside of Mallory's door singing a Mel Tillis song
"Honey, won't you open that door.... " and poor Bundy had to listen as I chimed in.... and here I thought I had forgotten all my country music!
It's impossible to forget. I grew up in Nashville, country music capitol of the world. No one ever lets me forget that. "Oh you're from Nashville? You must like country music." I don't really, but it's almost like it's engrained in my brain. You can't live in the south and not know country music. It's impossible.
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190Flask wrote:
Gin McGuinness wrote:... Rowdy was standing outside of Mallory's door singing a Mel Tillis song
"Honey, won't you open that door.... " and poor Bundy had to listen as I chimed in.... and here I thought I had forgotten all my country music!
It's impossible to forget. I grew up in Nashville, country music capitol of the world. No one ever lets me forget that. "Oh you're from Nashville? You must like country music." I don't really, but it's almost like it's engrained in my brain. You can't live in the south and not know country music. It's impossible.
I tend to forget you're kinda in my DD time zone.... I must call you one day.
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Gin McGuinness wrote:... Rowdy was standing outside of Mallory's door singing a Mel Tillis song
"Honey, won't you open that door.... " and poor Bundy had to listen as I chimed in.... and here I thought I had forgotten all my country music!
While I don't recall this some songs are just unforgettable.
"Preacher! Go on down and get me some bourbon. J. T. S. Brown. No ice, no glass."
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