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Discussion in 'Survey says...' started by fushingfeef, Feb 6, 2014.
And possibly a wee flask of whiskey - the good stuff - Scotch!
"My ankle," sayeth Wang Hunglow.
other. had to ponder, me...top of the thigh seems to wear out first, if the pants last that long...usually they're spotted w/paint & caulking other stains mysterious & lasting...though I've had knee blow-outs, the cuff fraying from pants that are influenced heavily by gravity and the lack of anything significant to hold them up...like our troubled youth no visible means of support, made to show their bloomers in the wilderness. Sing your ode to their book!
Weeelll... I must say the crotch. Don't know if my thighs are to big or what it is. First they're thin (the trousers, not the thighs)and then they go. Impossible to fix just there so i'll buy a new pair.
The bottoms of the legs of my pants, where they are too long and I walk on them
Me too.....just about the time I get a favorite pair of jeans broke in just right......rriiip. then I patch 'Em and wear then to work in the yard.
Nothing luscious here. Just kinda knobby. Soooo... it's where my adductors rub together.
I'm sorry Grandpa, I haven't spoken to you for a while, but I've been working at a Nudist Camp in Nelson Bay. I'm part of the security, and I have to walk along the beach and make sure know-one is wearing any clothes.
There are worse jobs to have.
I shouldn't have googled trying to find a funny for that one. Live and learn.
You know, you can get 'busted' by the police here where I live for walking in your backyard without any clothes. I thought a man's home was his castle. They've already brought in some laws banning smoking in apartments. They're trying to ban smoking in your car. They're trying to bring in new laws for food. You can't say 'pooh' if your a white man, but if your'e a 'minority' the state will bend over backwards for you just in case they get accused of being racist.
Outside along the cuffs.
The human tripod.
I am afraid to ask - no, never mind - it's okay!
I'm sure the reference is to the three skeletal points that we rest on when we sit - the two ischial tuberosities and the coccyx.
Ah - I see Grandpa - thank you - I feel like you are that guy in Kung Fu - I have much to learn! (just a grasshopper).
You know - you have a lot of medical knowledge - are you a doctor?
Oh, my goodness. I was just having a conversation with someone about this being the 40-year anniversary of the discovery of "Lucy," the Australopithecus afarensis that changed assumptions about hominid evolution, and was asked if I was some kind of paleontologist or archaeologist.
No, I'm a generalist. That means I have just enough trace and vague knowledge to fake a conversation about many different subjects - but not knowledgeable enough to be proficient in any of them.
Hey - works for me!