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Old 09-09-2011, 06:51 PM   #16
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Old 09-09-2011, 07:02 PM   #17
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The good Dr. and Chris have a special relationship, they can Behrly stand to be in the same thread together. At least that's the impression I get. I really don't think people pick on Chrisn. Men have different understanding of what "picking on" means. When you work with a crew of men, everybody gets their turn in the seat, getting their b**ls busted, not the same thing. There's no crying about being picked on in manhood.
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The good Dr. and Chris have a special relationship, they can Behrly stand to be in the same thread together.
Nice. That's one hell o' a pun. How long have you been sitting on that one?
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Old 09-09-2011, 08:27 PM   #19
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Nice. That's one hell o' a pun. How long have you been sitting on that one?
Two seconds. I don't plan for things that happen so infrequently as Dr and Chrisn bangin heads in the same thread. Things just roll off my tongue Leah, which is why I said in another thread that my words generally get me into more trouble than gain me credit. My filter is defective.
PS, I'm glad you enjoyed it. One of my favorite things in life is to make people laugh, and my favorite people are the ones who like my sense of humor.
PSS, We'll see how Chrisn likes my sense of humor at 4 a.m. tomorrow. All this is going on while he sleeps. He may not be one of my favorites

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Old 09-09-2011, 08:44 PM   #20
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Hey, and nobody made fun of Chris' outstanding abilities with the quote function....yet...
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And just for the record: I really like Chrisn and the advice/info I've gotten I've gotten from him. Us Terps need to stick together.

Also, I don't think there is any point to making fun of anyone's use of the quote function - it's a PITA. I hate it when people fail to spellcheck; but am not going to call someone out on it if it's an obvious typo. And when it's a subject line there's no point in complaining, because the OP can't change it. I also hate it when people abuse the english language, but that can often be an ESL issue or a pointless exercise. I'm only willing to make the corrections if I think the poster is receptive/interested in getting the facts correct - or - if it's really really funny.
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Old 09-09-2011, 09:06 PM   #22
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And just for the record: I really like Chrisn and the advice/info I've gotten I've gotten from him. Us Terps need to stick together.

Also, I don't think there is any point to making fun of anyone's use of the quote function - it's a PITA. I hate it when people fail to spellcheck; but am not going to call someone out on it if it's an obvious typo. And when it's a subject line there's no point in complaining, because the OP can't change it. I also hate it when people abuse the english language, but that can often be an ESL issue or a pointless exercise. I'm only willing to make the corrections if I think the poster is receptive/interested in getting the facts correct - or - if it's really really funny.
I think you might be taking this a little too seriously.
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Leah, nobody's banging on Chrisn in a serious manner. Apparently you read post 17 because you liked my pun, but did you stop reading from rolling on the floor hysterically. Guys busting on guys is part of male competitiveness, we all do it to each other and we all have our share of it being done to us. Easy now. You've obviously never been on a male golf outing. With men it's not cattiness (I'll just leave the rest of that sentence for the reader to personally decipher). This is why men need men only activities. Women can have women only activities where they have polite conversation punctuated by bursts of cattiness. I'll be expecting a letter from NOW anytime soon. Respectfully, and done in a spirit of good will to bring the sexes closer to mutual understanding.

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Heck ya. You ,know, some of us are painteers...
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Chrisn should really be getting up earlier than usual tomorrow, can someone call him.
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Chrisn should really be getting up earlier than usual tomorrow, can someone call him.
Does he work the early shift, on weekends, at Home Depot?
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I think he unloads the paint trucks..
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Does he work the early shift, on weekends, at Home Depot?
He really doth protest too much, about Home Depot. It could be a reverse ploy to hide the fact that he works there, and his animosity to Behr is really because they rejected his request to transfer into the paint department from gardening.
I think I'm playing more to leah now than Chrisn.
He's gonna be cuttin and pastin and quotin for days over this thread.
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When it comes to male b*** busting, the worst thing you can do is be absent.
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He really doth protest too much, about Home Depot. It could be a reverse ploy to hide the fact that he works there, and his animosity to Behr is really because they rejected his request to transfer into the paint department from gardening.
I think I'm playing more to leah now than Chrisn.
He's gonna be cuttin and pastin and quotin for days over this thread.
I think he does some of the Saturday Morning Product Demos too.

"See now here's the dealio. Behr Paint is so good that you can throw it on with any ole piece of crap & it'll look awesome! Voila!!!"

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