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WinterSolstice

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Icon 10 posted February 10, 2007 21:00      Profile for WinterSolstice     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
I'll buy one - but only if it comes with a Women of GC Calendar [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by WinterSolstice:
I'll buy one - but only if it comes with a Women of GC Calendar [Big Grin]

We could probably put Shirley Temple on one page.

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And Marguerita on another.


TFD: Are you trying to get Bush re-elected? (For his humor, of course.)

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Don't forget Bloody Mary for the sanguinarian geeks.

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Icon 1 posted February 12, 2007 16:03      Profile for garlicguy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Very good, Grasshopper.
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Anyone seen my Screwdriver?

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I have one here with a name on it... Are you Harvey? Harvey Wallbanger?

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no...Tom Collins [Wink]

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Can I borrow that screwdriver?

The neighbors have a little toddler who's always breaking his toys, and I promised to fix little Johnnies Walker.

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*Groan*

No problem, I'll get it to you right after I get it back from Jack Daniels. [Big Grin]

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Dom Perignon is calling, stop punning! [Razz]

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It's cool - I'll just hop in my Thunderbird and give ol' Dom a talking to [Big Grin]

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Keep going... eventually someone will win the monkey prize for their puns

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Cool wine Steen! I'll just get some for my Cabernet.

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A good punfest certainly Fosters a spirit of camaraderie.

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I think we've had a pretty good rum of puns so far

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Let no pun be absinthe from this thread! We cognac in the other threads later!

(It is good to see this thread is still going!)

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quote:
Originally posted by Shadow:

It is good to see this thread is still going!

Yes, it shiraz.
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Last person to post will need to be attacked as the zinfandel they are

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quote:
Originally posted by WinterSolstice:
Last person to post will need to be attacked as the zinfandel they are

Really? Why chianti just go free?
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I just Kanar imagine where all the punsters got to? Let this be a Warnog to us all lest we allow this ol' thread to wither before reaching page 100.

Edit: What? No one recognizes 'Trek beverages?

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garlicguy - I've just downed a Pan-Galactic Gargle-Blaster...and now I don't recognise anything [Razz]

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The direction of this pun thread reminds me of a fantasy of mine. A wet bar along with the coffeeshop at my favorite bookstore here in town. ah, I can see it now. Big comfy chair, me, a coffee with sambuccas. (NO kids though. ahh.)
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A bar in a bookshop?

Now there's a novel idea.

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quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
A bar in a bookshop?

Now there's a novel idea.

You could put a bar in a petshop and serve cockatiels.

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