..oh it's true..it's DAMN true
Great one!There is always one of those (maybe not so extreme, though)...
There's ALWAYS one of these at social gatherings above a certain size. Some of the cases I've observed actually come pretty close to this one, I'm sad to say.
Those extreme cases are often found at your local gym? ;-)
Sometimes, yes. "Why; back in da day I used tobe able to lift twice what you do now, and I didn't take supplements or protein or use a sissy belt. We worked all day chopping up big blocks of granite with sledge hammers or carried molten lava in cubic meter buckets all day, then went to the gym and took turns lifting the cars in the parking lot, before we partied all night. We never cared what we ate, we just had grits and meatballs, and we liked it, dammit. Nowadays you have "nutrition" and worry about "overtraining" and "CNS response" and other wussy things. We smoked tobacco while we deadlifted and swam right after big meals. I'd still be able to lift five hundred times more than you, but unfortunately I slipped a disc lifting a trailer load of rhinos and unicorns out of a ditch, so now I'm 78 kilos soaking wet, look like shit and use the pink plastic weights. But back in da day...."Epic usedtobesomebody-itis
Mmmh. Unicorns. I thought the plural of unicorn was multicorns.
.....................yeeaaaahhhhhhI'll get right on fixin' that, guyBored much?
nah, the multicorns are unicorns that have more than one unicorn-spouse at a time...or are they called polycorns?
Do the female unicorn have horn? If not, is she just corn, then?(Ok, it's getting late for a young boy like me, and the jokes are suffering...)
Wait a minute; so if this is true, then what do we eat when we have corn on the cob?
Female unicorn shish kebab? At least that's what I tell my kids... ;-)
moreover ;), do unicorns get foot corns? euh....is the unicorn discussion getting old?
Unicorns are rare these days. Must be the global warming.
No, no, the unicorn actually likes warmer weather. It's the Pegasus that's suffering from global warming. Or was that the pigeon? ;-)
From what I understand, the local pigeon has a very narrow comfort zone when it comes to temperature.
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