Why do we assume everyone knows where they can stick it? Suspose <br>you're a new guy and you have absolutely no idea where to stick it?<br><br>I think there should be a government booklet titled "Where to Stick It" <br><br>Pirate<br><br>[color:red]Man can not live by bread alone...he must have peanut butter on it</font color=red>
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Or when they say the world is 'going down the tubes'.<br><br>Where are these tubes? They've got to be some pretty big tubes if the whole world is going down 'em. <br><br>(props to George Carlin for that one)<br><br>
Welcome to MM. Although Google offers many options from the mundane to the sublime, I thinks it's merely a rhetorical statement ... because most everyone already knows exactly where, you know, they should stick it.<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
Whoa, I thought this one was settled. You know, the internet is just a series of big tubes? And that's why we get sock puppets? And the really huge sock puppets are actually tube socks?<br><br>What I don't understand is why some people have such a hard time with circular logic. It's really easy. <br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:blue] Talk about things and nobody cares . . .</font color=blue>
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