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  1. Sam Browning is offline

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    hall of famestaff
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEGA JESUS-SAN
    i don't have parents, i'm an orphan.
    lude stands for qualude,(sp) a pill that people would take to get high, mostly back in the 1970s.

    If you're an Orphan did the state buy you your archery equipment?
  2. Axelton is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neildo
    Regional thing i guess. I eat it with my hands sometimes. (philippino)
    Im Filipino( half) and dont eat with my hands. Must be a native thing.
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    Join us... or die
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    Quote Originally Posted by nunonbreak
    circumcised men have a wider variety of sexual activity, and women prefer circumcised men

    between 0.5% and 1% of boys will never be able to retract their foreskin due to a pinpoint opening at the end (phimosis) and will have to be circumcised at a later date when the procedure is more complex and difficult

    penile HPV infection is about 3 times as common in uncircumcised males as in circumcised males and there is about a 2.5 fold increased risk of cervical cancer in women whose sexual partner is uncircumcised and has had multiple partners

    mini-abrasions of the foreskin during intercourse is the explanation for the fact that uncircumcised men are more likely to acquire certain (though not all) STDs. The STDs for which uncircumcised men are at greater risk include syphilis, chancroid and genital herpes, all of which involve ulceration of the penile surface through which the infection enters

    over 40 separate studies have shown that uncircumcised men are more likely to become infected with HIV on heterosexual exposure. The ease with which the foreskin tears during intercourse, leaving mini-abrasions through which the virus enters, can lead to the infections. It has recently been shown that certain specialized cells in the foreskin, Langerhans cells, can trap the HIV virus and promote infection

    Uncircumcised boys are about 10 times as likely to get serious kidney infections in the first year of life as are circumcised infants; even in adults circumcision protects against UTIs
    Why would chopping the top of your penis off prevent kidney infections?
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  4. MEGA JESUS-SAMA is offline
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    **** you math class

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel Browning
    If you're an Orphan did the state buy you your archery equipment?
    it belonged to my father before he died
  5. Axelton is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by nunonbreak
    circumcised men have a wider variety of sexual activity, and women prefer circumcised men

    between 0.5% and 1% of boys will never be able to retract their foreskin due to a pinpoint opening at the end (phimosis) and will have to be circumcised at a later date when the procedure is more complex and difficult

    penile HPV infection is about 3 times as common in uncircumcised males as in circumcised males and there is about a 2.5 fold increased risk of cervical cancer in women whose sexual partner is uncircumcised and has had multiple partners

    mini-abrasions of the foreskin during intercourse is the explanation for the fact that uncircumcised men are more likely to acquire certain (though not all) STDs. The STDs for which uncircumcised men are at greater risk include syphilis, chancroid and genital herpes, all of which involve ulceration of the penile surface through which the infection enters

    over 40 separate studies have shown that uncircumcised men are more likely to become infected with HIV on heterosexual exposure. The ease with which the foreskin tears during intercourse, leaving mini-abrasions through which the virus enters, can lead to the infections. It has recently been shown that certain specialized cells in the foreskin, Langerhans cells, can trap the HIV virus and promote infection

    Uncircumcised boys are about 10 times as likely to get serious kidney infections in the first year of life as are circumcised infants; even in adults circumcision protects against UTIs
    Guess why all those studies are fucking stupid.... WEARING A CONDOM!!!
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    Oh yeah! DONT **** WHORES.

    Problem solved.
  7. Steve is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoJu - Joe
    Maybe

    You're built like a chicken AND you're a hippy?

    How horrible...
  8. Axelton is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve
    You're built like a chicken AND you're a hippy?

    How horrible...
    But has a bright future in showbiz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoJu - Joe
    There are 5 dinners right by my work all more or less next to each other, all owned by Koreans and all sell sushi and some sort of chiken and rice dish

    once a week I have:
    Curried Chicken on steamed rice with cole slaw and mixed vegies
    Lemon Chicken on fried rice with cole slaw and mixed vegies
    Spicy Terriayki chicken on fried rice with greeek salad and udon noodle
    Bento box, usually chicken with rice, sushi, miso soup, salad and tempura

    HOLY **** I eat a lot of asian food!!!!!

    I can eat with chop sticks but find I can shovle food in my mouth quicker with a fork

    Addendum.

    If I work out of home I take my wife and we eat at this Thai place and I usually get re curry cocnut chicken which is served on rice with mixed vegitables.

    So abou 80% of my diet is asian food.

    P.S.

    it's 2:30 am and now am I hungry
    I been sitting here thinking about ordering Thai delivery, cause Iím to lazy to cook. I have decided that this post is a sign from god or whatever, telling me that I should do so, thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TehDeadlyDimMak
    I was born in Ohio. You can check my photo album, I'm not making a single peace sign in any picture.
    Wait what kind of AZN are you?
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