NinjaWatchesPaintDry

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By huege

Sep 29, 2016
with COPASO
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I-MOO

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Maspiel

F2EFC5

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242,239,197

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crema mora

D863DF

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216,99,223

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247,2,166

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Interesting proposal. I've never had a string of admirers. What do you do with that? Is it like jewelry you can wear, or is more utilitarian like for flying a kite? If I get one, could it hang on the mantle, like Christmas cards used to be hung?

And regarding tires, I'd go with Z-rated. The Z is for "zombie." So equipped, your vehicle should have no problem traversing a horde of zombies. Gang of zombies? Shamble of zombies? I wonder what the correct collective term is for multiple zombies?

Worf Thaddeus wrote:
Given CL has little to no moderation and ineffective self-policing, I'm sure your lurid tale wouldn't lose you your Walmart spot. But you might find yourself with a string of admirers (zombie and otherwise) who follow your every step online and in real life. And frankly, that can get a little bit difficult when they interfere with your car's back up sensors. Running over zombies, especially, could get substantially slippery and require you to purchase a locker for your rear differential and some mud terrain tyres. But then, you could make the best of that by investing in a Land Cruiser to come out to British Columbia to do serious off-roading with the Worf and his friends.

huege wrote:
Worf, I would regale you with tales of the ninja's post paint-drying experience, but I fear reprisal from the Colourlovers censorship committee. If my "G" rating gets revoked, I might lose my free parking privileges at Walmart!

Worf Thaddeus wrote:
But what happened after the paint dried? Enquiring minds want to know…
Given CL has little to no moderation and ineffective self-policing, I'm sure your lurid tale wouldn't lose you your Walmart spot. But you might find yourself with a string of admirers (zombie and otherwise) who follow your every step online and in real life. And frankly, that can get a little bit difficult when they interfere with your car's back up sensors. Running over zombies, especially, could get substantially slippery and require you to purchase a locker for your rear differential and some mud terrain tyres. But then, you could make the best of that by investing in a Land Cruiser to come out to British Columbia to do serious off-roading with the Worf and his friends.

huege wrote:
Worf, I would regale you with tales of the ninja's post paint-drying experience, but I fear reprisal from the Colourlovers censorship committee. If my "G" rating gets revoked, I might lose my free parking privileges at Walmart!

Worf Thaddeus wrote:
But what happened after the paint dried? Enquiring minds want to know…
Worf, I would regale you with tales of the ninja's post paint-drying experience, but I fear reprisal from the Colourlovers censorship committee. If my "G" rating gets revoked, I might lose my free parking privileges at Walmart!

Worf Thaddeus wrote:
But what happened after the paint dried? Enquiring minds want to know…
But what happened after the paint dried? Enquiring minds want to know…
True, but they are so stealth that we wouldn't even know whether they did it or not

Trixxie wrote:
somebody has to do it
somebody has to do it

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