Red Roof Inn

Discussion in 'New York' started by billyS, May 14, 2006.

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  1. swiggy

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    Looks like this place is a bad idea

    everyone should stay away for a while, i have nothing against t-girls but they stand out like vermeer at a KKK rally.
  2. ViagraMan

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    in the forty years at work, none of the professional people in this high powered company ever wanted to be friends with me. it just was not a good career move to be seen chummy with the mailroom guy. so obviuosly, there was no retirement party, for which i am very bitter about.

    so i am throwing one for myself. i'm putting together in the same room at a red roof motel of course, kimme, ciara and betty and they can have there way with me orally and simultaneously. to ad some incentive for them to do a good job, 600 will be donated to the best performance amongst them, 300 to the runnerup and 150 for the bronze winner.
  3. ViagraMan

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    after months or reading the pros and cons from the experts and not being able to decide yes or no, i've just decided to buy a long term care policy
  4. Slinky Bender

    Slinky Bender The All Powerful Moderator

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    See how I get blamed for stuff I had nothibng to do with? This is how these rumours start.
  5. ViagraMan

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  6. jyris

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  7. Ciara

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    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

    The Nursing Home I work at is hiring for CNA's and LPN's if interested :)
    I can meet you in the broom closet
    I'll interview you :)
  8. ViagraMan

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    in order to beef up my numbers to compensate for my inadequate tool

    i'm not the longest tool in the shed
  9. ViagraMan

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    i really should be looking for a job

    it's not going to be funny when the money runs out
  10. Ciara

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    Yes Betty

    You and Miki made me do it ! well, slinky too.
    So anyone, blame them three.. Not me :)!
  11. Ciara

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    Like this

    Its kinda cute..

    Just call me ..

    Viagra Girl :)
  12. Ciara

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    Why is it

    You post so many time in a row ?
  13. Ciara

    Ciara

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    Viagara man

    Why is it ?
  14. BTW

    VM<< since you never seem to get too many responses on them I thought I'd tell you that collectively I have had great fun reading your humor throughout this board A BIG LOFUCKINGL
  15. RuffToy

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    She gives you a punch card, buy ten get the 11th for free.
  16. ViagraMan

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    do you give a discount to the people who do research for you?

    do you give a discount to the recently unemployed?

    do you give a discount for bj's to people not well endowed?

    can any of these discounts be combined?
  17. ViagraMan

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    Although the name Hell's Kitchen refers to a rough section on the South Side of London, the term in reference to New York first appeared in print on September 22, 1881 when a New York Times reporter went to the West 30s with a police guide to get details of a multiple murder there. He referred to a particularly infamous tenement at 39th Street and 10th Avenue as "Hell's Kitchen," and said that the entire section was "probably the lowest and filthiest in the city." According to this version, 39th Street between 9th and 10th Avenues became known as Hell's Kitchen and the name was later expanded to the surrounding streets.

    "...the decade of the 1870s saw a brawling rookery of a house at 39th Street and 10th Avenue give rise to the famous name of 'Hell's Kitchen,' which was to spread loosely over much of the West Side. Putting together the most plausible elements of the legend on its origin and use I concluded that the name was first extended to the whole block over to 11th Avenue. It began supposedly with a rookie policeman standing with hs usual partner observing a small riot on that block and saying, 'The place is hell itself.' The retort, from 'Dutch Fred the Cop' was 'Hell's a mild climate. This is hell's kitchen.'" — Excerpt from One Stop Above Hell's Kitchen, Sacred Heart Parish in Clinton, Henry J. Browne, Rutgers University 1977.

    Another version ascribes the name's origins to a German restaurant in the area known as Heil's Kitchen, after its proprietors. But the most common version traces it to the story of Dutch Fred The Cop, a veteran policeman, who with his rookie partner, was watching a small riot on West 39th Street near 10th Avenue. The rookie is supposed to have said, "This place is hell itself," to which Fred replied, "Hell's a mild climate. This is Hell's Kitchen." — by George Spiegler, Clinton Chronicle
  18. betty_snj

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    come over...I will be in hells kitchen :)

    why is named like that? curious....

    good place for a hot bj huh?
    Last edited: May 16, 2006
  19. BigMadM

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    the red roof in this thread is as good in quality as any chain hotel of a holiday inn, days inn, comfort inn, qualitiy inn, howard johnsons....
  20. betty_snj

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    Hey Ciara,

    oh see I made you curious to come over and check us out huh?

    I hope you stay and be part of our board...I enjoy a lot your sense of humor and posts on the "other" board.

    Welcome back to UG!