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  • owslachief
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    Originally posted by jmh View Post
    Bacon, what can't it do?
    It can't suck.

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  • jmh
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    Originally posted by owslachief View Post
    This old guy I once knew eschewed the Pomade, went with the bacon fat. Winning move?
    Bacon, what can't it do?

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  • walrus
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    I never comb my hair, I'll bet it hasn't been combed in 10 years. Its very curly and short. In my youth i had a heck of a 'fro

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  • owslachief
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    Originally posted by burd View Post
    I guess that explains all the woodies in my group?
    The heck's that got to do with belly waxing?

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  • burd
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    Originally posted by owslachief View Post
    A few empirical studies of human social grooming exist.[14][15] They rely on self-report survey and experimental methodology of adults, living primarily in the U.S. and other Western cultures. People report grooming romantic partners more than grooming people they have other types of relationships with such as family members, friends, and strangers. Grooming is associated with increased relationship satisfaction, trust, and experience of family affection while growing up. People who groom, as opposed to touching each other without grooming, are perceived to be better potential parents, more in love with the person they have groomed and more caring and committed to them.[16] Women, but not men, tend to think people who have groomed one another are romantically involved. People also think that if people who have groomed one another are romantically involved, they are in a long-term relationship rather than one that has just begun.[17] Human mutual grooming plays a role in pair-bonding, however, entire industries may be attributed to human social grooming, including hair care (e.g. beauty salons and barber shops) and personal clothes tailoring. There is also some aspect of social grooming in the medical fields of dentistry, dermatology, and plastic surgery. The exchange of resources is grooming or hygienic services for a fee.
    - Wikipedia
    I guess that explains all the woodies in my group?

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  • owslachief
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    Originally posted by burd View Post
    Members of my community often sit around together and pick nits off each other.

    When we get a new member from a Minnesota community, it's a mother lode.
    A few empirical studies of human social grooming exist.[14][15] They rely on self-report survey and experimental methodology of adults, living primarily in the U.S. and other Western cultures. People report grooming romantic partners more than grooming people they have other types of relationships with such as family members, friends, and strangers. Grooming is associated with increased relationship satisfaction, trust, and experience of family affection while growing up. People who groom, as opposed to touching each other without grooming, are perceived to be better potential parents, more in love with the person they have groomed and more caring and committed to them.[16] Women, but not men, tend to think people who have groomed one another are romantically involved. People also think that if people who have groomed one another are romantically involved, they are in a long-term relationship rather than one that has just begun.[17] Human mutual grooming plays a role in pair-bonding, however, entire industries may be attributed to human social grooming, including hair care (e.g. beauty salons and barber shops) and personal clothes tailoring. There is also some aspect of social grooming in the medical fields of dentistry, dermatology, and plastic surgery. The exchange of resources is grooming or hygienic services for a fee.
    - Wikipedia

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  • burd
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    Members of my community often sit around together and pick nits off each other.

    When we get a new member from a Minnesota community, it's a mother lode.

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  • owslachief
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    Testimonial for which I'm receiving no income:

    neti pot

    THE best way to ensure you breath easier while you sleep. So it's a few moments of that sea water up your nose feeling, but the payoff is waking up way more refreshed cuz you haven't snored yourself awake a dozen times or strained to breath on account of allergies.

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  • Biddco
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    I shave once a week. I don't need to shave any more than that

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  • FreshFish
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    Frank Zappa recorded a really rockin' song about The Great Illinois Enema Bandit.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=sCTzgATx09o
    Last edited by FreshFish; 11-01-2013, 09:44 AM.

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  • brookyone
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    Soak my dentures in Crown Royal Reserve every night. Don't personally consider it odd.

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  • owslachief
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    Don't completely shave your nostrils. I tried this once, before I realize the hairs in there are your friend. Plus you won't sleep.

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  • Twitch Boy
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eXCKFMzg2w

    I urinate Monopoly money.

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  • Jon
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    What if he used nachos?

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  • state of hockey
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    Originally posted by St. Clown View Post
    I know a guy who goes to shows, when he's at home and he blows his nose, he don't use tissues or his sleeve, he don't use napkins or any of these, he uses magazines.
    Great song.

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