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    Default so i have a pretty rad girlfriend

    for my 21st birthday she got me a new watch, a nice new g-shock, as well as the most delicious cake i've ever had. it was a yello cake, soaked in rum, with a white chocolate/hazelnut fill(nutella bianci, or white nutella) and whipped cream icing, i'll get pics of the cake

    http://www.gshock.com/watches/Classic/GA110HC-1A heres the watch
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    I'd buy anything that guy endorses.

    Glad you had a good one. Hoping I enjoy mine as much. Got my eyes on a big upgrade but it depends how the funds flow next week.
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    me too hopefully, lookin at vintage monitors
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    Girl must dig you for some reason, I dunno what reason, but there must be one.

    Just yankin' your chain, Happy Birthday man.

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    thanks:) tony, i dont either, and thanks for the happy birthday too, even if it isnt till the 13, had to celebrate yesterday due to my trip
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    Quote Originally Posted by seabeerob213 View Post
    thanks:) tony, i dont either, and thanks for the happy birthday too, even if it isnt till the 13, had to celebrate yesterday due to my trip
    You must be doing something right. Happy B'Day. Where are you going on your trip?
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    home to see the family, and thank you
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    So is your girl in Sicily? And if so, is she Italian?

    Cool watch. And you're KILLING me with that cake. I love CAKE about as much, NO more than Vince Vaughn, if you get what I mean!

    Enjoy!

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    i think she;s trying to kill me with this cake, its so f*#&#*& good, and nope, she's russian, thank you, i'll get pics soon, maybe a cross-section as well
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    Happy Birthday!!













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    i dont know whats worse, the corny youngster joke or the fact i am still 2 days away from the birthday, and its more like 2.5 since i will traveling 9 hours earlier from where i am now, thanks tool fan :)
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    LOL!! Enjoy your youth most of us would love to have the youngster jokes back.. Seriously enjoy everyday of it before you know it your 30 then 40 then before you know it your knocking on 50...
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    thanks, i really dont mind the jokes, just gotta complain anyway though
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    Is this the same one that was throwing spaghetti at you a few weeks ago? Aint love fun. Happy birthday.
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    I hope you have a great Birthday, and a good trip.
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    Happy Birthday seabee!!!

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    Happy B Day and hope you have a good trip home.
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    she never threw spaghetti, haha, thanks guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolfan66 View Post
    LOL!! Enjoy your youth most of us would love to have the youngster jokes back.. Seriously enjoy everyday of it before you know it your 30 then 40 then before you know it your knocking on 50...
    Ditto, 100%. If I knew that I was gonna live this long, I'd have taken better care of myself !!!!
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    WTG young man. Sounds like you got a couple of keepers, the watch and the GIRL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by decal View Post
    Ditto, 100%. If I knew that I was gonna live this long, I'd have taken better care of myself !!!!
    Amen to that bro. Seems every young man has that superman complex, ourselves included. As we get older, that kryptonite keeps popping up everywhere.

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    haha, its a time keeper :facepalm:
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    haha, its a time keeper :facepalm:
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    Happy B-Day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rromeo923 View Post
    Happy B-Day!
    Btw- Rad is a word we used about 15yrs before you were born.
    thanks, and well thats fine and dandy, im bringing it back, i would also like to take this oppurtunity to say that vintage hi-fi is" totally tubular"
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    21! I'm 20+ years past remembering that age.... Happy birthday

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    thanks you,
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    The real 2 Channel(work in progress):
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyb View Post
    Amen to that bro. Seems every young man has that superman complex, ourselves included. As we get older, that kryptonite keeps popping up everywhere.
    Like "permanent" tennis elbow, bad knees, torn Achilles, arthritic backs, cracking necks, loss of high frequency hearing, reading glasses, and that pesky ear and nose hair that grows much faster than the hair that is falling off your head which is also graying and crying out for men's hair product! And that digestive system that can't take the pepperoni on a pizza anymore? And the nightly visit to the bathroom for a quick pee! Have I missed anything? And that's not even 60? lol

    Invulnerable? At our age you fear a "surprise" sneeze! It might lead to a hernia?

    On the positive side, actual physical strength and hand speed are hardly diminished (as long as you actually work out some), so watch out! I wonder when that goes, too?

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    im still getting a hard time cuz i t takes a month to grow a dinky mustache or goatee
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    TV: samsung 40
    The real 2 Channel(work in progress):
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    Sub:RBH 1010-SEP
    Speakers: YTD
    most of my comments are passing on of info, im a noob, im just trying to help how i can, if im wrong or out of place to comment, dont hesitate to let me know :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnh View Post
    At our age you fear a "surprise" sneeze! It might lead to a hernia?



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