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1 hour ago, La Dee-vina Comedia said:

Personally, I think people who try to impress using big or unusual words are quite oleaginous.

I can tell you're a wannabe deipnosophist. But frankly I'm applying a bit of floccinaucinihilipilification  

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On 1/10/2019 at 12:51 PM, beelzebub said:

How do I redeem my points ? :)

We'll think of something.

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4 hours ago, It's Time said:

If you like that. Try this one. Theia shadow. 

Nah, sounds like the name of a Greek girl I went out with in high school

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16 hours ago, Colin B. Flaubert said:

The last bloke I heard of who called himself Zed got killed by Marsellus Wallace and got his chopper stolen.

“Your L.A. privileges are over....”

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7 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

“Your L.A. privileges are over....”

'Guess you'd better go wake him up then.'

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2 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

and the connection between a woman's suit with skirt and a boat is?

Woman's suit with a skirt? I have no idea what you're talking about Daisy. A skuit is a type of boat in Afrikaans.

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Pfft still 69 days to go....that sucks.

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29 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

and the connection between a woman's suit with skirt and a boat is?

Okay so here's the truth - or one of two truths.

I use to live in the Kurringal Flats in Darwin. Known as one of the foremost slums of Australia as made famous by A Current Affair. My neighbours would quite often ask me for money,  for 'lady in the boat'. It took some months before I realised that they were asking for cash for a box of Coolabah wine. Skuit (or lady in a boat as above) became my name thereafter. 

Or:

I used to live in Cambodia, known as one of the sexpat capitals of the world. I would quite often go to girlie bars, where the female hosts would respond to my outrageous sexual requests by saying that I was ch'goot, or 'crazy' in the Khmer language. It took some months before I realised what they were saying, and then I took on 'skuit' as a transliterated moniker thereafter. 

 

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17 minutes ago, Skuit said:

Okay so here's the truth - or one of two truths.

I use to live in the Kurringal Flats in Darwin. Known as one of the foremost slums of Australia as made famous by A Current Affair. My neighbours would quite often ask me for money,  for 'lady in the boat'. It took some months before I realised that they were asking for cash for a box of Coolabah wine. Skuit (or lady in a boat as above) became my name thereafter. 

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I used to live in Cambodia, known as one of the sexpat capitals of the world. I would quite often go to girlie bars, where the female hosts would respond to my outrageous sexual requests by saying that I was ch'goot, or 'crazy' in the Khmer language. It took some months before I realised what they were saying, and then I took on 'skuit' as a transliterated moniker thereafter. 

 

excellent, and it's a relief to learn you are not a cross dresser (though i would defend your right to be one if it were the case) 😀

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6 hours ago, Colin B. Flaubert said:

'Guess you'd better go wake him up then.'

“Are you ok...?”

”No i am pretty farken far from being ok...”

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1 hour ago, Skuit said:

I would quite often go to girlie bars

One night I came home a bit drunk with three of them and I've got to say it was like winning Tattslotto.

We all got undressed and there were six matching balls.

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2 hours ago, demonstone said:

One night I came home a bit drunk with three of them and I've got to say it was like winning Tattslotto.

We all got undressed and there were six matching balls.

LoL. who was the odd ball then ?   4 in a boat... six matching balls.

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I like drinking and 167 sounds cool 😂

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11 hours ago, Stylus said:

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This printer was next to my computer back in the day 😁

Guess i'm not the creative type...

Epson printers (the Stylus in particular) were all the rage back in the day, but don't seem to be as in vogue in 2019.  Just a casual observation, no analogy/offence intended @Stylus.

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On 1/12/2019 at 3:24 PM, Skuit said:

Okay so here's the truth - or one of two truths.

I use to live in the Kurringal Flats in Darwin. Known as one of the foremost slums of Australia as made famous by A Current Affair. My neighbours would quite often ask me for money,  for 'lady in the boat'. It took some months before I realised that they were asking for cash for a box of Coolabah wine. Skuit (or lady in a boat as above) became my name thereafter. 

Or:

I used to live in Cambodia, known as one of the sexpat capitals of the world. I would quite often go to girlie bars, where the female hosts would respond to my outrageous sexual requests by saying that I was ch'goot, or 'crazy' in the Khmer language. It took some months before I realised what they were saying, and then I took on 'skuit' as a transliterated moniker thereafter. 

 

Kurringal flats the flat of horrors the police where scared to go there., are u a native original.

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On 1/11/2019 at 7:23 PM, Moonshadow said:

Nah, sounds like the name of a Greek girl I went out with in high school

Did you go out with Pena too? Her dad owns a bus company.

Image result for sita bus

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Before I get banned it is a real name of a real person

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I first joined the old Demonland around 2001. I was 16 and was a fan of the hip hop group Bone Thugs N Harmony. I named myself after one of the group members 'Layzie Bone', as a matter of fact my name on the old Demonology forum was Layzie_bone.

I'm a person of many music tastes most notably hard/alternative rock and metal and I still do like hip hop but it has been a very long time since I listened to BTH! 

Having said all that I can't change my name now, I'm a 1 name player.

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