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    the seven legged spider guy

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    I've spent hours at his website. Hours.
    "He groaned when we hung the rope over the tree but was relieved to see the white pinata."
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    He's a grade A troll. That's why I luff him.
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    Honey Smack!
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    Like the good Doctor, I've spent an insane amount of time reading his antics.
    I know we just met and this is crazy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylint View Post
    Like the good Doctor, I've spent an insane amount of time reading his antics.
    he's not really a doctor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Creakyknees View Post
    he's not really a doctor.
    Spoiler alert.
    "He groaned when we hung the rope over the tree but was relieved to see the white pinata."
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    It's not Thursday, so why the dredge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kykr13 View Post
    It's not Thursday, so why the dredge?
    It's not a dredge. It's a new thread. Because my wife just sent me the linky this morning and I'd never cruised his site before. Who made you the forum police anyway? I bet you like 8 legged spiders, don't you? You 8-leggers have always got to ruin things for the rest of us, don't you.
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    The story about the cat poster kills me.

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    he's amazing.

    so is:
    E-mails from an *******


    the first and the best:
    The Best Page In The Universe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlasticMotif View Post
    Yup.

    In tears from the Japanese translator ad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10ae1203 View Post
    The story about the cat poster kills me.
    I think that was the first thing I saw by the guy, even before the spider. The poster with NO REWARD gets me every time.

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    Uw zadel is niet waterpas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Creakyknees View Post
    It's not a dredge. It's a new thread. Because my wife just sent me the linky this morning and I'd never cruised his site before. Who made you the forum police anyway? I bet you like 8 legged spiders, don't you? You 8-leggers have always got to ruin things for the rest of us, don't you.
    You're an 8-legger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Creakyknees View Post
    It's not a dredge. It's a new thread. Because my wife just sent me the linky this morning and I'd never cruised his site before. Who made you the forum police anyway? I bet you like 8 legged spiders, don't you? You 8-leggers have always got to ruin things for the rest of us, don't you.
    Sorry, man. The story is pretty good, but the video is even better.

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    * posted by Creakybot 2013 all rights reserved.
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    Frog Facts:
    The Brazilian Jungle Frog can mimic human speech and grows to the size of a small child.
    Mud Frogs can live for up to eighty years but spend all this time in hibernation under dried river mud.
    Frogs have excellent reception and can be used in place of your standard television aerial.
    While frogs have a varied diet, which includes nuts and corn, their favourite meal is the cheese quesadilla from Applebee's for $6.69.
    Due to the fact that frogs do not require oxygen and can withstand extreme pressures, they can often be found searching the ocean floor for their second favourite food, krill. These deep sea abilities make the frog a perfect companion for skin divers as part of the buddy system.
    Frogs can be taught to weld.
    Frozen frogs make a healthy and fun addition to any kid's school lunch box.
    There are approximately eighteen thousand varieties of frogs but most fall into one of three categories: the big frog, the little frog and the black bear. As the chart below shows, there is a frog in the United States, one in what looks like Japan and a really big one in Africa.



    Placed between tissue paper and under heavy books for a few weeks, a dried frog makes a stunning broach.
    Frogs are extremely territorial and protect their nests by attending neighbourhood watch meetings.
    Frogs prefer contemporary furniture over traditional. A pile of empty flatpack IKEA boxes at the base of a tree is a sure sign that a frog nest is present.
    When blended, frogs make an excellent energy drink containing 92% of recommended daily vitamin intake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlasticMotif View Post
    he's amazing.

    so is:
    E-mails from an *******

    Just read the 'shovel for sale' skit, crying copious tears of laughter.

    Edit: reading the hockey player story, I'm in agony from laughing and crying so hard, I got drool on my t-shirt now. Look what you started.
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