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    Default "It's a chowder, that's potato based that controls massive feeding!!"

    I'm thinkin' I need some of that potato stuff for when I shave. I always slice myself...and I bleed like a stuck pig!! I wonder if it would work?
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    I'm thinkin' you are not well.
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    Yes, Stayback, it would work - but it would make your legs sticky. Why are you so obsessed with having such smooth, silky legs anyway? Call my office and set up an appointment for counseling.
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    I have to wonder if there was another "octagonal infusion" behind SB's thread....
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    Now Rev...I only do it for the aerodynamics.


    LOL...I checked out the website for Potato Flakes...it's all like, "The Crunch Enhancer? It's a non-nutritive cereal varnish, it's semi-permeable...it's not osmotic...etc." LOL!!!
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    Here's a unique idea...what if they MERGED ads? That would grab attention!! Like..like..like...."Firehouse Dolls" and "Want to Raise Money for Your Fire Dept."? Or..."Ventmaster Saws" and "Mr. PotatoHead?" Just a thought......
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    WAIT!!! That would NEVER WORK!! If you took a Ventmaster to Mr. PotatoHead, you'd be making your OWN potato flakes...then nobody would buy the real thing! Whew...I'm glad I caught that before it did any harm.
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    Hmmmm....I'm...talking......to...my.....self. ....again....aren't......I?
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    Post No, No...

    You're not talking to yourself, you're just talking out loud!!!

    How about a decal that features the firehouse dolls and potato flakes!!

    BTW...Is it P-O-T-A-T-O or P-O-T-A-T-O-E ???
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    Originally posted by StayBack500FT
    Hmmmm....I'm...talking......to...my.....self. ....again....aren't......I?
    Stayback... it's perfectly all right to talk to yourself...when you start asking yourself questions and answering in a different voice...then you have a problem!
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    Originally posted by FightingDevil
    You're not talking to yourself, you're just talking out loud!!!

    How about a decal that features the firehouse dolls and potato flakes!!

    BTW...Is it P-O-T-A-T-O or P-O-T-A-T-O-E ???
    Merriam-Webster says:

    Main Entry: po∑ta∑to
    Pronunciation: p&-'tA-(")tO, -t&, dial p&-'dA-, b&-
    Function: noun
    Inflected Form(s): plural -toes
    Usage: often attributive
    Etymology: Spanish batata, from Taino
    1 : SWEET POTATO
    2 a : an erect So. American herb (Solanum tuberosum) of the nightshade family widely cultivated as a vegetable crop b : the edible starchy tuber of a potato -- called also Irish potato, white potato

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    Stayback... it's perfectly all right to talk to yourself...when you start asking yourself questions and answering in a different voice...then you have a problem!
    whatever you do dont hit on yourself, your legs may look good and all but know your limits
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    Originally posted by StayBack500FT
    Hmmmm....I'm...talking......to...my.....self. ....again....aren't......I?
    Arguing with yourself is OK, just don't lose the argument
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    I've lost many an arguement with myself....Also, I talk to the voices in my head...not to myself. We have had some very profound coversations..
    Yes we are a little crazy...but in this world you have to be..especially to be running into situations where people are running out

    Now, about the potato(e) flakes...why not just get a box of imitation mashed potatoes and use them? It'll save you from the possiblility of needing it when you're shaving down Mr. Potato Head and grab yourself with the Ventmaster. It will also let Mrs. Potato Head and the little potato heads sleep soundly at night knowing he will be alright.
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    Hey, guys. Which size net are we gonna have to use on Stayback?
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    Originally posted by StayBack500FT
    Here's a unique idea...what if they MERGED ads? That would grab attention!! Like..like..like...."Firehouse Dolls" and "Want to Raise Money for Your Fire Dept."? Or..."Ventmaster Saws" and "Mr. PotatoHead?" Just a thought......
    here is another idea:
    I Want to see Mrs. Potato Head IN Firehouse Dolls - I think that if you merge those two together it would up the sales tremendously!!!! Fundraiser anyone???


    By the way anyone seen any crazy penguins, one of them owes me some money.....
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