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  1. Subscriber HandyAndy
    Non sum qualis eram
    16 Aug '12 01:49
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Ok I'll play...
    Are you sure?
  2. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    16 Aug '12 02:58
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Are you sure?
    Quit trolling
  3. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    16 Aug '12 03:00
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Are you sure?
    Oops, didn't realize who you replied to, carry on.
  4. Subscriber HandyAndy
    Non sum qualis eram
    16 Aug '12 11:01
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    Oops, didn't realize who you replied to, carry on.
    You talkin' to me?
  5. Standard member sumydid
    Aficionado of Prawns
    17 Aug '12 04:05 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    "She loves to make soup, especially cream of yesterday." —Milton Berle

    They serve a wonderful soup down at the Blue Goose. It's a Vietnamese specialty. Cream of Sumyung Gai.
  6. 17 Aug '12 06:32
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Are you sure?
    I am now. My bad.
  7. 18 Aug '12 14:12
    Originally posted by sumydid
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    "She loves to make soup, especially cream of yesterday." —Milton Berle

    They serve a wonderful soup down at the Blue Goose. It's a Vietnamese specialty. Cream of Sumyung Gai.
    I thought that was Thai?

    Richard
  8. Standard member Frank Burns
    Great Big Stees
    19 Aug '12 13:59
    Originally posted by YEAH BOY
    but head
    Buhby

    Off you go..
  9. Subscriber mikelom
    Ajarn
    19 Aug '12 14:15 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    I thought that was Thai?

    Richard
    Spelt like that it certainly isn't!!

    -m.

    Oh! And for those that don't know; sum yung gai is a chinese soup, spiced from a young males fertility output..... nice one GP!..... INYOURENDO - ewwww.!
  10. Subscriber Grampy Bobby
    Boston Lad
    09 Sep '12 15:02
    Theories of Time and Space

    You can get there from here, though
    there's no going home.

    Everywhere you go will be somewhere
    you've never been. Try this:

    head south on Mississippi 49, one-
    by-one mile markers ticking off

    another minute of your life. Follow this
    to its natural conclusion — dead end

    at the coast, the pier at Gulfport where
    riggings of shrimp boats are loose stitches

    in a sky threatening rain. Cross over
    the man-made beach, 26 miles of sand

    dumped on the mangrove swamp — buried
    terrain of the past. Bring only

    what you must carry — tome of memory,
    its random blank pages. On the dock

    where you board the boat for Ship Island,
    someone will take your picture:

    the photograph — who you were—
    will be waiting when you return.

    Natasha Trethewey