This or That, Old School Edition

Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by falling_dance, May 30, 2013.

  1. MikiAndoFan#1

    MikiAndoFan#1 Well-Known Member

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    Never seen MST3K.

    Lemonade: yay or nay?
     
  2. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    Yay.

    tomato juice: yay or nay?
     
  3. Dr.Siouxs

    Dr.Siouxs Well-Known Member

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    I liked Mike AND Joel. :wuzrobbed

    Certainly nay. :yikes:

    RANDOM FACT: Did you know Tchaikovsky had a fear of his head falling off while conducting? During performance, he would keep one hand on his baton while the other held onto his chin ever so tightly.
    Yes, I've heard. :yawn:
    No, new info. :watch:
    purple neurosis
     
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  4. Buzz

    Buzz Well-Known Member

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    No, new info. :watch:


    tablet
    OR
    laptop
     
  5. MikiAndoFan#1

    MikiAndoFan#1 Well-Known Member

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    Laptop.

    1) Same question.
    2) Android or iOS?
     
  6. Dr.Siouxs

    Dr.Siouxs Well-Known Member

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    tablet. Android.


    Gahh, tomato juice is like drinking blood and urine at the same time.
    -Anon
     
  7. Buzz

    Buzz Well-Known Member

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    :fragile:

    For me = iOS + tablet :D


    Transformers
    OR
    Pacific Rim
     
  8. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    So do I. :launders Tchaikovsky's green neck ribbon:

    Pacific Rim, partly because it lost the US box office matchup with Grown Ups 2. Also, monsters vs. robots > robot cars.

    FSU Monopoly:

    Let's do it.
    Don't you mean FSUopoly? :rollin:
    :rolleyes:
    :mad:
     
  9. orientalplane

    orientalplane Mad for mangelwurzels

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    Isn't it a bit, well, you know, ....capitalist? :mad: I'm disappointed in you f_d, frankly, mr. shankley, I want to catch something that I might be ashamed of.....:eek:

    Earlier this evening I sent my ex-husband an email. How did it begin?

    Darling, let's get re-married!
    Hello, don't forget that you're coming over tomorrow to make the tapir enclosure.
    Hi, can you crochet me a sperm?
    Hey X, you left your wig at my house at the weekend. :eek:
     
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  10. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    You don't mean to be so rude, but you must speak frankly...:rollin:

    Hey X, you left your wig at my house at the weekend.

    amiwrong:

    yes
    no
    Frankly, Mr Shankly, since you asked...:2faced:
     
  11. orientalplane

    orientalplane Mad for mangelwurzels

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    What difference would hair make to such a charming man? :)

    You are incorrect.

    How Soon Is Now - yay or nay? :(
     
  12. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    Tapir enclosure, tapir enclosure! :cheer2:

    Yay.

    birthday duel: Roald Amundsen or Barbara Stanwyck?
     
  13. orientalplane

    orientalplane Mad for mangelwurzels

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    Actually it was "Hi, can you crochet me a sperm?", as he is very good at crochet. And acceptable at sperm too.

    Also known as : what's the difference between a piece of cheese and a chair? I give it to Barbara Amundsen.

    1. Stanwyck as a brunette or a blonde?

    2. In my interview for University, I was asked, "What's the difference between a poem and a newspaper article?" - true or false?

    3. My tapirs will be known as f_d (her real name, of course), the Marvellous Boy, Sparky, Buzz and MikiAndoFan#1, whose real names I know not. :( Basically the females will be there for breeding purposes.
     
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  14. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    A cheddarwood chair makes a fine addition to any dining room.

    1) As a brunette.
    2) True.

    US or UK feminists of the 1970s?
     
  15. MikiAndoFan#1

    MikiAndoFan#1 Well-Known Member

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    UK feminists.

    Which book should I read next: Caroline Graham's The Killings at Badger's Drift or Yrsa Sigurdardóttir's I Remember You?
     
  16. orientalplane

    orientalplane Mad for mangelwurzels

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    I have no idea, and the bed is calling. Hang on, no it's not the bed itself - one of the tapirs is in the bed! :eek: I have to go now, and find out which one it is. But as I am ambidextrous, it doesn't matter too much.

    "I'M ON MY WAY, I JUST NEED TO CLOSE DOWN THE COMPUTER!"

    MikiAndoFan#1, I'm sorry; my answer doesn't apply to your question.

    "YES, I'M COMING NOW!"
     
  17. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    ^:eek: Are you really ambidextrous? Don't let the tapir hog the middle of the mattress.

    I Remember You sounds more intriguing.

    heist capers or murder mysteries?
     
  18. MikiAndoFan#1

    MikiAndoFan#1 Well-Known Member

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    :lol: No problem!

    :)

    Murder mysteries.

    Same question. :sekret:
     
  19. Dr.Siouxs

    Dr.Siouxs Well-Known Member

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    1. I love Stanwyck...esp as a blonde. My fave film is Baby Face where she literally sleeps and sluts her way to the top of the corporate world. :swoon:
    2. true
    3. :encore:

    Mexican food or French food
     
  20. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    1) same answer
    2) Mexican food

    Should tapirs be allowed indoors?

    yes
    no
    purple they shouldn't be allowed to go out you inhuman monster
     
  21. orientalplane

    orientalplane Mad for mangelwurzels

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    A tapir will of course be named after you too. :)

    Yeah, but then we've all done that, haven't we?
     
  22. orientalplane

    orientalplane Mad for mangelwurzels

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    You know perfectly well that I am.

    It's a king-size bed. :)


    ETA: Wheeeeeeee, 9,000 posts! Please send all money transfers to my bank in Switzerland.
     
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  23. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    :eek:

    Well, it's alright, then.
     
  24. Sparks

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    OT - I have a friend who states that every dog is named Sparky and every cat is named Fluffy. My name is Sparks, dammitol.
     
  25. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    :biggrinbo :rollin: :cheer: Congratulations on 9,000 posts! :cheer2: :rollin: :biggrinbo

    How about Sparky Sparks Sparks? :D
     
  26. Dr.Siouxs

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    hJohnny_Cat found this snooping around the yard and has taken it into custody. :sekret:
     
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  27. orientalplane

    orientalplane Mad for mangelwurzels

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    That's just a baby! :swoon:

    Hopefully the three females will be approachable during the breeding season. :)
     
  28. Dr.Siouxs

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    I guess I'm more impressed in that it was the first depiction of such behaviors in American cinema. :D

    Best acting:
    Harris Glenn Milstead or Mink Stole
     
  30. falling_dance

    falling_dance The Scarlet Unlettered

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    Milstead just edges it for me. "Kill everyone now! Condone first-degree murder!"

    Who should have accepted the Best Actor Oscar for Marlon Brando in 1973?

    Sasheen Littlefeather, of course.
    Divine
    the streaker from the next year's awards ceremony
    George C. Scott, because no one would have expected that, either