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it has been "Staind, The Illusion of Progress" for sometime

what was the first album you bought?

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dejure said:it has been "Staind, The Illusion of Progress" for sometime

what was the first album you bought?


Gilbert O Sullivan was the first singer I liked when I was a child, later when music developed I turned into the opposite  direction which was punk\
Have you kept your Lps?

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RiAN said:

Gilbert O Sullivan was the first singer I liked when I was a child, later when music developed I turned into the opposite  direction which was punk\
Have you kept your Lps?
 

No.  
Will you try anything new?

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Phantom2426 said:  

No.  
Will you try anything new?


Sure I like to try new things
Do you get rid of old clothes or take them to the recycle shop or thrift shop

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By the time I'm ready to throw them away they're usually threadbare, so I just chuck them. Word to the wise: always launder your clothes before donating them. If they're even a bit whiffy or stained, the shop will junk them and you might as well have just done that yourself. I speak from experience, having spent years working in charity shops. Unless they're a big industrial one, they don't have the time or money to launder donations.

Does Stacy's mum have it going on?

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The_Silly_Sibyl said:By the time I'm ready to throw them away they're usually threadbare, so I just chuck them. Word to the wise: always launder your clothes before donating them. If they're even a bit whiffy or stained, the shop will junk them and you might as well have just done that yourself. I speak from experience, having spent years working in charity shops. Unless they're a big industrial one, they don't have the time or money to launder donations.

Does Stacy's mum have it going on?


Hell yes!

Would you listen to the song Jenny and then call the number 867-5309?

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I would, but I'm already in trouble for messing with Jessie's girl.

Could I ever be your woman?

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The_Silly_Sibyl said:I would, but I'm already in trouble for messing with Jessie's girl.

Could I ever be your woman?


If I was a woman then sure.

Would you go to bar to meet women?


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Have done in the past. No need to now.

Did you have a favourite stuffed toy as a child?

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No

You?

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A fond memory I have of childhood is my parents giving me a stuffed dog, which may still be mouldering in the attic like the corpse of a neglected pet.

Do you do it like they do on the Discovery Channel?

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The_Silly_Sibyl said:A fond memory I have of childhood is my parents giving me a stuffed dog, which may still be mouldering in the attic like the corpse of a neglected pet.

Do you do it like they do on the Discovery Channel?


No, but I would listen to that song.

Would you do something naughty in a friend's house?


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Phantom2426 said:

No, but I would listen to that song.

Would you do something naughty in a friend's house?



You mean like fart in their vegetable crisper? Sure, I could be a wrong’un.

Have you ever eaten painfully spicy food just to test your mettle?

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Yes. My brother in law once brought over a hot sauce called “Devil’s arsehole” which should have been my first clue.

Never again.

Have you ever foraged and eaten the food that you foraged?

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Does robbing a dumpster out back of Pizza Hut count? If not, then no.

I would think that this is an obvious question in these parts, but you never know: have you ever read a book purely for pleasure?

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