Thread: Are you a di*khead?
5/06/2006 2:45am, #71
5/06/2006 2:46am, #72
Yes, indeedy, the intellectual disability movement's come a long way since 1981.
5/06/2006 6:44am, #73
Originally Posted by DAYoung
- Join Date
- Apr 2005
- perth, western australia
Come on, we may be isolated, but we're not a friggin country town.
Maybe violent though. (All the people I said the collar thing to were smaller than me. Yeah that's right, I pick on kids smaller than me. Makes me feel like a big man)
5/06/2006 6:58am, #74
Speaking of the 80's, It funny in Japan right now there seems to be a fad of madonna-esque apparel running about. pastel colors, over waist belts and elbow length gloves are all the rage. I wish I had pictures handy.http://woodwardswhiskey.wordpress.com/
He was punching him like the collective karmic debt he'd accrued was coming to collections, mostly on his face.
5/06/2006 7:01am, #75Originally Posted by srichards
Last blokes from Perth I met were chicken catchers who also taught kickboxing. They were astounded that noone in Melbourne would talk to them. Of course, they were in Prahran, but...
Oh, and by the way, my dimwitted image of Perth is based entirely on hearsay and my idiotic perception that anything other than the East coast is like a big country town (I mean, even Brisbane's like that). Stupid, I know.
5/06/2006 10:11am, #76Originally Posted by JohnnyCache
That shirt is awesome. in fact, I would buy that, and all three shirts listed beneath.:new_all_c
5/06/2006 10:48am, #77
5/06/2006 10:56am, #78
Here the definitive opinion of the popped collar phenom
5/06/2006 11:33am, #79Originally Posted by GoJu - Joe
If anyone wants to see a bunch of popped collars, one just needs to come to Louisville today. The Kentucky Derby brings out more popped collars than you can imagine."No. Listen to me because I know what I'm talking about here." -- Hannibal