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Discussion in 'The Hype Archives' started by Thread Manager, Mar 22, 2011.
Darn Tootin! Mr. Terrific don't do no stinkin!
Uh 'Rif? The word "Tootin" doesn't help your case.
In his dreams.
Me with Mick from 99.5 The X - It Just Rocks at a auto dealer ship today! In other words, I finally met a local celeb/DJ!
Also won a UFC CD Case! And I got a 99.5 the X bumper sticker for free. But I put it on back of case.
I somehow managed to not have any pictures taken of me since 2009, so imagine my surprise when my friend takes a photo of my yesterday and I discover I look like I'm pushing both 60 and my late 20's at the same time.
So much for looking like that guy from Harold and Kumar.
Well...you look old enough so no one will ask for ID at various places...
All that Jack.
Yeah, I should probably stop drinking. And stressing out.
This was my work attire for the evening last night. I was a bouncer at a Studio 54 themed fundraiser. But the fundraiser was for an elementary school so it's not like there was ever gonna be any trouble and there was an open bar so I pretty much just got paid to drink and party.
Also, apparently tuition at said school is like $23,000 a year so all the people at the party were some of the richest people in town (with kids). They auctioned off art that was made by each class. I saw elementary school art sell for thousands of dollars. Needless to say, I got a little depressed.
You're blocking my view of the toys.
Don't worry, it's just Prince of Persia ****.
So how old are you?
You kinda look like a older version of that kid in the wheelchair from Malcolm in the middle.
I used to get the dad of the kid in the wheelchair from Malcolm in the Middle. And I'm 26.
At least you can get Senior discounts!
When I was a lad, this whole city was nothing but farms and orchards. Mortimer Harper and I used to walk down to Mr. Blake's house and clean out his dusty old barn on the first Saturday of every month, and he paid us each a nickel. Back in those days, a nickel would buy you a ticket to the moving picture show with enough left for a soderpop and a piece of penny candy. Why, I remember the time I came home just in time to hear the latest adventure of Little Orphan Annie on the radio...
Wake up Grandpa! Tell me more!
That sounds pretty cool.
This morning. Greatest thing I've ever done.
^^^Totally thought that was gonna be a picture of a poop.
I wanna skydive!