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Old 08-01-2011, 11:46 PM   #51
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I'm 32, just in case anyone was wondering how old I am or something.
chief longwind is 55? the double nickels?
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Old 08-03-2011, 04:29 PM   #52
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Only until September.
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Old 08-04-2011, 12:49 AM   #53
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Only until September.
I knew GW was old, but not that old!
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Old 08-04-2011, 01:07 AM   #54
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september 30th is a great day in history, you know.

some the the greatest people of all time were born on that day.
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Old 08-04-2011, 01:38 AM   #55
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I love most Woolworths ready meals, they put a drug in them I'm sure! They all taste good.
Is this a what's your age thread or is it still about ready made food items? Lol!
I'm 16 and if you believe that it's your own fault :P My age is on my profile so no need for me to answer this.
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Old 08-04-2011, 04:15 AM   #56
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Never trust an Old English Geek who reads the dictionary.
How dare you, I resemble that slur
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Old 08-04-2011, 08:12 AM   #57
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september 30th is a great day in history, you know.

some the the greatest people of all time were born on that day.
Some of the best, indeed. History shows that people born on September 30 are naturally gifted in many areas, including the ability to speak and write succinctly, and accurately. The list of talents includes engineering skills, mastery over the spoken and written word, lovers and makers of the best foods, creativity, honesty, never-ever spin tall tails, absolutely trustworthy, exceptionally handsome, smell good, loved by women and children, and the dog, amazing tact, humility, courage, natural leaders, etc. Did you know that the most interesting men in the world were born on Sept. 30? And those born on that great day are responsible for most of the major scientific and social breakthroughs from the beginning of time to the present. Did you know that the guy who discovered both fire and the wheel was born on Sept. 30? Yup, he was. And the guy who discovered FTL travel... What! You mean you can't travel faster than the speed of light! People born on Sept. 30 can. Oh, one more thing, those born on Sept. 30 have an exceptional sense of humor.

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Some of the best, indeed. History shows that people born on September 30 are naturally gifted in many areas, including the ability to speak and write succinctly, and accurately. The list of talents includes engineering skills, mastery over the spoken and written word, lovers and makers of the best foods, creativity, honesty, never-ever spin tall tails, absolutely trustworthy, exceptionally handsome, smell good, loved by women and children, and the dog, amazing tact, humility, courage, natural leaders, etc. Did you know that the most interesting men in the world were born on Sept. 30? And those born on that great day are responsible for most of the major scientific and social breakthroughs from the beginning of time to the present. Did you know that the guy who discovered both fire and the wheel was born on Sept. 30? Yup, he was. And the guy who discovered FTL travel... What! You mean you can't travel faster than the speed of light! People born on Sept. 30 can. Oh, one more thing, those born on Sept. 30 have an exceptional sense of humor.

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How dare you, I resemble that slur

That's "Old English" Geek, not "Old" English Geek, silly!
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I don't know, Princess, the second option seems to fit him pretty well.
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