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#63593 - Thu Nov 16 2000 06:31 PM Re: Snake Talk - Game # 48 - Thanksgiving Then & Now
Pinhead Offline
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Registered: Thu Sep 30 1999
Posts: 3185
Loc: The Dark Side of the Moon...
He laid her on the table so white,
so clean, and bare.

His forehead wet with beads of sweat,
he rubbed her here and there.

He touched her neck and then her breast, and then drooling, felt her thigh.

The slit was wet, all was set, he gave a joyous cry.

The hole was wide...he looked inside, all was dark and murky.

He rubbed his hands and stretched his arms, and then he stuffed the turkey.

May I be the first to wish you a happy thanksgiving!!

Some of you have such dirty minds!!!...LOL


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#63594 - Thu Nov 16 2000 11:45 PM Re: Snake Talk - Game # 48 - Thanksgiving Then & Now
CellarDoor Offline
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Registered: Sat Feb 12 2000
Posts: 4894
Loc: Seattle
Washington USA
How to Cook a Turkey

Step 1: Go buy a turkey
Step 2: Take a drink of whiskey (scotch) OR JD
Step 3: Put turkey in the oven
Step 4: Take another 2 drinks of whiskey
Step 5: Set the degree at 375 ovens
Step 6: Take 3 more whiskeys of drink
Step 7: Turn oven the on
Step 8: Take 4 whisks of drinky
Step 9: Turk the bastey
Step 10: Whiskey another bottle of get
Step 11: Stick a turkey in the thermometer
Step 12: Glass yourself a pour of whiskey
Step 13: Bake the whiskey for 4 hours
Step 14: Take the oven out of the turkey
Step 15: Take the oven out of the turkey
Step 16: Floor the turkey up off of the pick
Step 17: Turk the carvey
Step 18: Get yourself another scottle of botch
Step 19: Tet the sable and pour yourself a glass of turkey
Step 20: Bless the saying, pass and eat out

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#63595 - Fri Nov 17 2000 08:10 AM Re: Snake Talk - Game # 48 - Thanksgiving Then & Now
Partsdude Offline
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Registered: Thu Dec 23 1999
Posts: 1509
Loc: Michigan USA
No problem Mama! Actually ale was shorter than the O word I had picked out. But today I see I've got another dreaded E!
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#63596 - Fri Nov 17 2000 09:12 AM Re: Snake Talk - Game # 48 - Thanksgiving Then & Now
Anonymous
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Partsdude, I was just thinking that this is the first week in a long time I didn't have the same letter over and over - little did you know you are what I'm thankful for right now!!!!
Great humorous stuff, Pin and Cellar!!! You guys are great!!!!
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[This message has been edited by Mamaja (edited 11-17-2000).]


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#63597 - Fri Nov 17 2000 11:53 AM Re: Snake Talk - Game # 48 - Thanksgiving Then & Now
BagLady Offline
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Registered: Thu Sep 30 1999
Posts: 1979
Loc: Shangri-La USA
Smiley, or BoyScout, or whoever follows me today...Im so sorry, I didn't even think about the 'X' I left you when I posted. If it's acceptable to Sagebrush, please add an 'E' to it, making it 'AXE' instead of 'AX'. (That is, unless you want the 'X'!) lol Again, I apologize.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

BL

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Every Day is the Perfect Day to say Thanks!

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The nave forgive and forget;
The wise forgive, but do not forget.

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#63598 - Fri Nov 17 2000 04:24 PM Re: Snake Talk - Game # 48 - Thanksgiving Then & Now
Pinhead Offline
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Registered: Thu Sep 30 1999
Posts: 3185
Loc: The Dark Side of the Moon...
I have to challenge Mama's OKRA..

Okra is a tropical plant...

In the early 1600's the black slave trade brought new delicacies to North America as well as South America and the West Indies. Okra came to our South during the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries when slaves from the Gold Coast introduced it as nkrumun. The name never caught on, but okra brought in by slaves from Angola was called ochinggombo, later shortened to ngombo. The Indians of Louisiana discovered okra's thickening abilities and used it in place of file' powder to thicken a stew made of vegetables and seafood which they named" gumbo."

The Choctaws were the first to use it. Sorry...

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#63599 - Fri Nov 17 2000 04:56 PM Re: Snake Talk - Game # 48 - Thanksgiving Then & Now
Anonymous
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No problem, Pinhead. That's different from the info I found yesterday, but I can't even find the spot from yesterday now. (I keep it handy for a day, but by now, it's later Friday and I'm ready to shut down.) I think what I had was a teacher's site, and I may have been reading a student submission for all I know! I'll swallow the extra two points!!!
Happy Turking, Baster!!!

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God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.
Jewish proverb


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#63600 - Fri Nov 17 2000 06:13 PM Re: Snake Talk - Game # 48 - Thanksgiving Then & Now
Pinhead Offline
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Registered: Thu Sep 30 1999
Posts: 3185
Loc: The Dark Side of the Moon...
Mama, I'm sorry, I'm sorry..LOL Just something about okra? didn't seem kosher..hehehe. In fact, I like okra;
I like it fried. Am I weird or what. No comments necessary.

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"What a waste it is to lose one's mind. Or not to have a mind is being very wasteful. How true that is.".............
Dan Quayle


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#63601 - Mon Nov 20 2000 01:41 AM Re: Snake Talk - Game # 48 - Thanksgiving Then & Now
Anonymous
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Does anyone know if there is a 49th game on??...this one is 48..Sypher say "after game #49.."..

have I overslept again and missed another week?

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$13 Million for every single Human....
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#63602 - Tue Nov 21 2000 10:00 AM Re: Snake Talk - Game # 48 - Thanksgiving Then & Now
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Ditto Karma's question, and when do we get a final score on #48???

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God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.
Jewish proverb


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#63603 - Tue Nov 21 2000 10:54 AM Re: Snake Talk - Game # 48 - Thanksgiving Then & Now
Sagebrush Offline
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Registered: Tue Jan 04 2000
Posts: 2339
Loc: Wichita
Kansas USA

Here are the results for game # 48:

Baglady...................2.0 = 11.5
Mamaja...................1.5 = 12.5
PartsDude...............3.0 = 15.0
SageBrush..............2.5 = 15.5
Pinhead...................4.0 = 16.0
CellarDoor..............4.0 = 17.5
karmaloupster........3.0 = 20.5
Boyscout................4.0 = 24.0
Linkay49.................4.0 = 25.0
Fortunata................4.0 = 27.0
Smiley......................4.0 = 29.0

I don't know yet if there will be a game next week. As I promised you people, I have a topic that would be for every player's individual country. It's up to all of you and Sypher, if he responds in time.

Let me know.

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