All I wanted was some extras but instead.......

Discussion in 'General Industry Related Topics' started by shorty, Jan 21, 2003.

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  1. genius

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    Yup sure does. A few years back put all my knot tying skills to good use with a rather kinky GF.
  2. Dondee

    Dondee Herbie, DDS

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    OMG! You're right! If you look close you can see Kimmies finger (or are those bootie) prints all over it.
  3. shorty

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  4. JackT

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    "essential songs"? (1995)
  5. justbill_redux

    justbill_redux King Missile

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    Kris' version is way to country. That acoustic version was released on the last Janis CD, whose name escapes me.
  6. mercydancer

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    Of course I meant Janis. That's my bitch!!
    I have a rare acoustic version of the song. Its sort of a studio rehersal.Much better than the recorded version.
    sorry,I cant give an opinion of Kris' version.never had it.
  7. rajah

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    Which version? Janis version? (Yuck) Original Kris version? (ATF)
  8. mercydancer

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    I was starting to wonder myself. It's still one of my all time favorites.That and Me and Bobby McGee
  9. JackT

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    I was wondering if anyone else got that S.T. reference....
  10. Casper

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    Married man's lament: All I wanted was a BBBJTC and she wouldn't give it to me.
  11. UPPEREASTSIDE

    UPPEREASTSIDE

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    Wow,, used to be one of my ATF songs..
    Institutionalized, suicidal tendencies..
    Now I cant get that guitar out of my head.
  12. Bill Furniture

    Bill Furniture Flounder

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    I want a pepsi too.
  13. shorty

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    thanks mercy. I habitually clear my recieved, dialed and missed call list nightly. And the numbers I have for providers are coded so that if anyone sees them, they won't figure it out from the name. for instance - Millenium Spa, I have as Y2K Consulting. If Mrs. Shorty sees it, she'll think it's one of the vendors from my job.
  14. mercydancer

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    And "all I wanted was a pepsi. And she wouldnt give it to me.",is going thru my mind as I read this thread.

    Shorty, dont forget to clear out all messages and such BEFORE you go home at night.You would be amazed on how many guys get caught that way.
  15. BigMadM

    BigMadM Linoleum

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    My favorite button on my cell, delete last entry.
  16. Bill Furniture

    Bill Furniture Flounder

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    I got my phone just for the hobby.
  17. drew_park

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    Did you ever wonder how we ever got by in the hobby WITHOUT cell phones? Sure you could always go to the strip club, massage parlot, lingerie modeling shop... but with "in the hand communications" you can dial up girlfriends, escorts, whoever. And for the most part without risking the scrutiny of the wife-secretary-coworker-kids.

    I can't live without it! ha ha ha

    Drew, Tampa FL
  18. jasonbuju

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    why do they have to give a fucking ticket. Its a pain.
  19. tooma

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    Glad it worked out Shorty. Always nice to tie up a potential loose end. I remember one time I got home way later than I was supposed to. After me and a couple of buddies got wasted we ended up at the GoGO Rama. Long story short by the time I got home I put all my stuff on the counter, went to bed and passed out. The next morning my wife found that stupid little ticket they give you when you go to the GoGo rama. I always leave it on the bar when I leave but I guess in my drunken state I put it in my pocket with the cash. It was a bad morning. I have never made that mistake again. Just as I'm sure you'll be grabing your cell phone every 30 seconds to make sure it's still with you.
  20. Wwanderer

    Wwanderer Kids, don't try this at home

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    And then there is the long term...

    And, if she is like my wife and like an awful lot of women, it would take years or decades or forever to regain the trust. She would start looking for clues and perhaps actively checking up on you. Serious problem.

    Of course, if you had not found it, the correct play would have been to immediately call her up and tell her that you had lost it somewhere else or that it was stolen from the car you forgetfully left unlocked or something along those lines. Then when the call came in, it would have been obvious that whoever found or stole it was the one spending time in that Paterson strip club, not you. Not 100% convincing of course but much better to take the initiative. And, obviously, if the call never came (as it might well not have), you would have already explained what happened to the phone in advance.

    -Ww