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User Info: Kodiologist

2 weeks ago#1
- POW! Block - 1 coin
- Celery - 2 coins
- Trackball - 2 coins
- RuneScape gf - 3 coins
- Sword-chucks - 3 coins
- Peanut-butter crackers - 3 coins
- Ultra Shroom - 5 coins
- Glass of milt - 5 coins
- Shampoo with extra mystery ingredient - 5 coins
- "King of PMS for a Day" deluxe package - 10 coins
- Paper Mario 3 - 12 coins
- Being Internet friends with the same bunch of weirdos for nearly 20 years - Priceless

User Info: ShadowSpy

2 weeks ago#2
Could I sell my weird Internet friends to solve all of the global issues I'm aware of?

Also big lol at "Shampoo with extra mystery ingredient". It might be a bit overpriced imo.
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User Info: HeyDude

2 weeks ago#3
At the end of the day, guaranteed defenestration.

User Info: willis5225

2 weeks ago#4
But do you have any hand sanitizer?
Willis, it seems like every other time you post, I need to look up a word that's in the OED or Urban Dictionary but not both.

User Info: Kodiologist

2 weeks ago#5
No, but Kent C. Koopa is scalping some out of the back of his van if you're interested.

User Info: BUM

1 week ago#6
At first I thought, it is missing "toaster" but I realize this is because toasters are gifts not to be purchased, and I am edified.

And anyway, bravo: on the cusp of 20 years!
(edited 1 week ago)

User Info: Jacehan

1 week ago#7
Well, presumably the person who gifts the toaster needs to buy it somewhere. Unless they are making it themselves?
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There is a toaster tree in the back yard. It whispers to me in the night to spread its fruit. Can you not hear its call?

Anyway, I like celery! It's a fundamental aromatic, but it's also good sautéed on its own!

User Info: Kodiologist

1 week ago#9
Why do chefs think that vegetables with no detectable scent at all, like carrots and celery, are "aromatic"? Are their noses screwed on wrong?

User Info: Kylo Force

Kylo Force
1 week ago#10
I think it's supposed to be a categorical designation (aromatics) vs like, something actually intrinsic to them.
"Sa taong walang takot, walang mataas na bakod."
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