Hey Tamar

Discussion in 'The Red Room' started by T'Bonz, May 17, 2007.

  1. T'Bonz

    T'Bonz Romulan Troublemaker

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    I was about a half hour away from you yesterday. We were visiting Portsmouth, NH and before we went home, we crossed over into Maine just so I could see a bit of it. (Didn't see much though in the grandfather of all rain storms.)

    It's FREEZING up here. How do you stand it?
  2. Speck

    Speck Dark Brotherhood

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    Maine...
  3. Desire'

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    I always thought the north was a whole lot colder than home, but then I never been that far north.

    Des
  4. gul

    gul Revolting Beer Drinker Administrator Formerly Important

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    Are you kidding? Half the reason to live in New England is avoiding the heat!
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  5. Talkahuano

    Talkahuano Second Flame Lieutenant

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    I'd rather sweat than freeze.
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  6. Techman

    Techman Still smilin' Deceased Member

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  7. gul

    gul Revolting Beer Drinker Administrator Formerly Important

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    It's called layering -- just add more to stay warm. You can only take so much clothing off when it is hot.
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  8. Sean the Puritan

    Sean the Puritan Endut! Hoch Hech!

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    The benefit of living in a very hot clime is blatantly obvious when one lives near a state university. The standard Co-Ed's dress code is a bikini top and daisy dukes.
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  9. gul

    gul Revolting Beer Drinker Administrator Formerly Important

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    Yeah, yeah, but keep in mind that I live in a town with 100,000 coeds, who basically are itching to take it all off come Spring.
  10. Caboose

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    I used to be that way when I was younger. Nowadays I think heat sucks. Anything over 80 and I'm not really digging it though when I was a youngin' 110 degrees was Ok.
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  11. Bulldog

    Bulldog Only Pawn in Game of Life

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    You weren't really in Maine. Maine doesn't start until you get north of Portland. :bergman:
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  12. Professor Sexbot

    Professor Sexbot ERROR: 404

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    More importantly, with you being so close, how did she stand the smell?
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    Not me. I can always wear more clothes, but there's just so much I can take off.
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  14. Techman

    Techman Still smilin' Deceased Member

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    Pics? [​IMG]
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    I've been in California too long. 110 degrees barely makes me sweat.

    70 or below, I start to shiver...:calli: Poor Tamar/Zel/Dicky would probably burst into flames as soon as they got off the plane at Sac International in July...:(
  16. gul

    gul Revolting Beer Drinker Administrator Formerly Important

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    Sacromento is damn hot in July and August, damn hot! But it's actually not as bad as Boston in July and August. It's a myth that we don't suffer heat in the summer up North. We just don't suffer heat year round. That's the benefit.
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  17. Aenea

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    Does anybody else get an uneasy feeling when they see a thread titled "Hey Tamar"?

    :flow:
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  18. Diacanu

    Diacanu Comicmike. Writer

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    Like somebody is gonna be running away clutching a stump?
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    Bulldog Only Pawn in Game of Life

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    It ain't the heat...it's the humidity in these parts.
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  20. gul

    gul Revolting Beer Drinker Administrator Formerly Important

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    I've finally gotten used to the humidity. It's a bit of a trick to not mind being soaking wet continuously for 10 weeks, but once your mind takes that leap, it's not so bad. You just have to unlearn all the childhood lessons about keeping your skin dry.
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    Gold Bond! :techman:
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  22. Bulldog

    Bulldog Only Pawn in Game of Life

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    I can take the heat. It's the cold that gets to me.
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  23. garamet

    garamet "The whole world is watching."

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    Bleah. Fifty years in NYC and I never got used to it. Out here I only need the a/c maybe ten days a year...
  24. gul

    gul Revolting Beer Drinker Administrator Formerly Important

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    Some years I don't even turn on the A/C, though I do run it in my kids' bedrooms. My wife and I prefer the ceiling fan.
  25. Sean the Puritan

    Sean the Puritan Endut! Hoch Hech!

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    I meant that they wear this shit in December, dude. ;)
  26. gul

    gul Revolting Beer Drinker Administrator Formerly Important

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    Yeah, but the amount of 20 year old skin I see May through September is greater than what you see all year. Plus, I get that whole winter of anticipation thing!
  27. Sean the Puritan

    Sean the Puritan Endut! Hoch Hech!

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    Not buying it. :no:
  28. gul

    gul Revolting Beer Drinker Administrator Formerly Important

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    ASU has, what, 20,000 coeds? 20,000 half naked coeds per month, X 12 months, equals 120,000 tank top sitings over the year.

    oston colleges collectively have 100,000 coeds, x 5 months = 500,000 tank top sitings! :j: :banana:
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    I do when it's from T'Bonz. :soma:
  30. T'Bonz

    T'Bonz Romulan Troublemaker

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    YOUR MOM!!!