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Just made a few trips to the woodshed

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Bigg_Redd, Jan 26, 2009.

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  1. Bigg_Redd

    Bigg_Redd Minister of Fire

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    Just got home from a night out. I loaded the stove with 3 pieces of wood. When I wake up I'll re-load it, maybe with a blue or a green shirt on.

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  2. leaf4952

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    I just farted.
    But I thought about wood while I was doing it.
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    That happens when you guys get old.
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    We also begin to experience the onset of mentalpause, which seems to be pretty much the theme of this thread. %-P Rick
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    Thank god that hasn't happened to me yet, knock on wood.
    Whoopsie, somebodies knockin', gotta run. :gulp:
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    Bigg_Redd Minister of Fire

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    My brother-in-law has a white car in Oregon.
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    No kidding? I think I've seen him around. Small world. 8-/ Rick
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    Oh, don't get me wrong. I love listening to you guys & making fun of ya'll.
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    That's very interesting.
    What color is it in Washington?
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    Black!
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    I meant Washington State.
    I should've clarified.
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    Rapid oxidation is occuring in my stove at this very moment and it doesn't concern me in the least.
    Should it?
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    Where's your cat?
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    This thread is kinda like burning wood on acid.
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    A guy called the cops to report his car stolen. It was still daylight when he entered the hockey rink. It was nightime when he came out. When the cop arrived he described his car as "the same model as this brown car" which coincidentally was parked right where he parked his red car earlier. It turned out the brown car had the same plate number too! The streetlight turned his red car brown. DOH!
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    is that what they call a "face cord" :)
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    It depends. Are you still wearing that blue shirt?
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    Since it's heading for the stove, maybe it's a "stove cord".
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    If he paid more than about a nickel for it, I'd call it "Rip Cord". Rick
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    Since he probably didn't pay anything for it, it's a "zip cord". In fact, it's probably hot.
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    It became hot...very hot.
    Actually it's a reinactment of the previously mentioned wood fetching (in case nobody figured that out).
    The original logs were massively huge. So huge that I pulled a ligament or corpuscle or something.
    My forearm was pretty much dangling at that point, but the OP requested a pic and I felt obliged to provide.
    So I mustered up the last bit of strength that my arm had and picked up the smallest piecies of said species and snapped the pic.
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    Before or after you changed into the vivid blue T-shirt? Sorry about your corpuscle, that's gotta hurt, get well soon! Rick
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    To be honest, it wasn't a T-shirt at all. It was one of those snuggle blankets that you see advertised on TV. I always wear it when I get wood.
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    In a better place.
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    A guy's wife asks him "what are you going to do today" "nothing" he replies
    The next day she again asks him "what are you going to do today" "nothing" he says again.
    "You said thats what you were doing yesterday" she says "didn't get finished yet" he answers
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