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Post by weedguru_animal » Mon Feb 10, 2014 7:04 am

NinjetteDL420 wrote:Ugh... Had a horrible experience last night around 4am which technically is early morning but whatever.

So for the superbowl my boyfriend decided to make home made Jalapeno Poppers for the big game. So we ended up making them the night before the game and we washed them, cut them and stuffed them so all he had to do was pop them in the oven the next day. Well after that we sat down and had a delicious dinner at 2am because of a cooks hours that the time that dinner normally is for us. But we watched the new Wolverine movie and then went to bed. While settling in between the sheets, things started to get hot and heavy and he started messing with my girly parts...... WELL all of a sudden I started feeling somethings strange down there a sort of tingle... The tingle turned into an uncomfortable sensation.... which THEN turned into a burning beyond anything Ive felt ever!!!!.... That guy had the oils of a Jalapeno allllllllllll over this hands then decided to fuck with my shit!!!!!!!! OMG it was the worst... I had to sleep with a wet wash cloth between my legs. I didnt know whether to laugh historically or cry... never again!!!! Jalapeno fondling is something no one should EVER experience.

Just thought I would share because it was a life lesson and I think I remember reading a story on here many moons ago of someone having a similar experience.
Indeed, Ninjette...I have suffered something similar, though unfortunately it was through haphazard cooking rather than involving any foreplay. Too much chopping up of chilis and forgetting to wash my hands before heading for a piss. That was savage, but nowhere near as brutal as a repeat of the same routine but this time rubbing my eyes with chili hands.

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Post by cutthecashflow » Mon Feb 10, 2014 2:45 pm

sugarstalker wrote:Going to Quebec city for some ice festival up there during reading week, and then I might go to Montreal, anyone have any recommendations for montreal, or maybe just quebec in general?

Might be a little late now, but freshen up on your French.

I've been beyond busy lately, reading multiple journal articles a day and being forced to type in a systematic fashion, really cuts in to my desire to read other non science based material and typing up long rambles and rants used to be one of my favorite hobbies, but after typing in such a rigorious fashion all day I tend to lose my creative appeal.


Anyway, I bought a PS4 (Nutter I'll add you), a 60" LED television, and a Samsung sound bar and subwoofer. My next purchase will be a new couch since the one I have now looks and feels like it has been dragged through rat infested feces.
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Post by weedguru_animal » Sat Feb 15, 2014 12:23 pm

After such a long run of zero sporting exertion, solely my work which sometimes involves running around for the vast majority of the paid day, and the sexual union with my savage queen, I was set, rather I AM SET, to play badminton tomorrow and then again mid week, but just now...I opened the fridge to seek more diet coke for my final vodka of the night, and out emerged a glass bottle of worcester sauce, which landed plum on the ankle bone sticking out the inside of my foot/leg...the pain was enough to make me grit my teeth to avoid throwing up, that routine won, I thought OK, no problem...but looking at my ankle, I see a cricket ball sized swelling...which can never be a good thing. So, plenty of ice in a plastic bag, placed on the swelling, I now roll a joint...hope for the best eh!

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Post by cutthecashflow » Sat Feb 15, 2014 4:24 pm

USA beat the Ruskies ina shootout with former university of north dakota product TJ Oshie scoring all of the goals in the shootout!

On a different note. I've been running a lot lately and by a lot I mean like Forrest Gump a lot. It helps to clear my mind. Wish I had a joint to roll, guess I need to re-up. I'm headed to a hockey game tonight, it should be fun.
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Post by Weedguru Higher » Tue Feb 18, 2014 3:02 am

sugarstalker wrote:Going to Quebec city for some ice festival up there during reading week, and then I might go to Montreal, anyone have any recommendations for montreal, or maybe just quebec in general?
Well seeing as the winter carnaval in Quebec City is over, I'm obviously too late to be of any help. I live 1.5 hrs from Montreal and 2.5 hrs from Quebec City. How was the trip? Learn any French???
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Post by weedguru_animal » Fri Feb 28, 2014 7:33 am

Its been a week of hellish highs and dangerous drinking, with the visit of a comrade from the motherland and his feisty lady. He turned up battered and bruised after chasing a pack of cunts who had mugged his girlfriend at a cash point. Considering he is one of the most rugged chaps I know I suspect he gave as good as he got...Two black eyes and a busted head only bothered him in terms of mild concussion, it was the notes lost which hit deep. Still, I took it as my duty to give them both a wonderful last week in australia after their 3 month jaunt up and down the east coast.

Too much vodka, plenty of partying in the garden and city, many amazing home cooked feasts, a few savage arguments and top it off, my hellhound mauled his hand, well both hands actually...instinctively he lifted his other hand as if to give Oscar a slap for the first brutal bite but alas, the fangs moved in yet again with cobra like speed and efficiency leaving the big fella literally handless...

All in all a lively well lived week, and it was brilliant to re-acquaint myself with my english nature, for some of that is invested in all my brethren from my old stomping ground of brighton and elsewhere in europe.

Now I am haggard, a barely animated cadaver...supping vodka, searching my reserves for the energy to type and think.

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Post by leprechaun » Sun Mar 16, 2014 3:56 am

Its half 3 in the morning, Ireland are 6 nations champions, it's st. Paddy's in a couple of days, and everything is going my way... Just thought I'd share the happiness.

Tax news!!!

Mergers go bananas over Ireland... Chiquita Fyffe, two of the largest banana companies have merged together. Using Fyffe's republic based HQ this new super company will benefit from a 27.5% tax cut (paying only 12.5% as opposed to the potential 40% high rate corporate tax in the U.S.

Teenybopper boy band One Direction urge fans to campaign against Mr. Cameron regarding corporation tax. Yet register themselves as directors of companies in the south, again making splendid use of the 12.5% rate.

So the question raised, is the republic a tax haven???

Well, not according to the OECD, as transparency is in place with all political parties in agreement of rates, an open approach to sharing this information, among two other things which i cant quite get my head around at this time of morning/night....

So where do morals lie, with the republic harvesting such giants as Google and Starbucks, is competition over foreign investment more important than morals etc etc, blah blah blah....

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Post by weedguru_animal » Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:18 am

the root of so much evil eh, lep?

Odd times in my realm. I am expected to produce a rant against The Man this coming Friday, linking up with my ex housemate in NZ by skype to perform live on a big screen at a festival. I will need to wear a mask and my focus may be the palestine, or perhaps the western war machine or perhaps the nanny state that is australia (could go down well in NZ). Other than which, my savage queen is awry as hell, and it may be best for her to head out the country before our planned travels in june, to breathe, to take stock, to find the parts of herself that are ailing and work out how to soothe them.

Work remains war, although a respite is apparent, but it brings me more concern when people I know despise me are suddenly nice to my face...

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Post by cutthecashflow » Fri Mar 21, 2014 11:27 pm

I've been absent for a while and it was due to some self indulgence of uppers, downers, screamers, and laughers. I return in high spirits, minus the looming deadlines approaching ever so fast. I've had plenty of time to get this stuff done, but I haven't. I seem to always work this way; casual, relaxed, and calm for the first two to three months of a project, than frantic, frenzied, and anxiety induced until the project gets done.

So far it's worked great, but the anxiety kills me and I'm very unapproachable in these situations. I lock myself in my office and go on a manic episode where sleep for three days at a time is not out of the question. Anyone else frequently procrastinate?
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Post by weedguru_animal » Sat Mar 22, 2014 4:43 am

I suspect you meant that three days without sleep, chris???

And yes, I generally leave deadlines for most things until the last minute. Its not a case of me working better in such situations, its laziness and a tendency to postpone endeavours which I likely wont enjoy until I am forced to carry them through or face disaster.

Some people say they work better under pressure, and its true, but I fall into a similar category to yourself I suspect, in that, fun takes precedence over work until the screws are turned.

Good to see you back mate. I was wondering if you fancied helping me out with a new WG newsletter routine??

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Post by cutthecashflow » Sat Mar 22, 2014 7:35 am

No sleep is correct.

I'd be happy to help. Send me any information/details on here or other places where you know to catch me.
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Post by weedguru_animal » Sat Mar 22, 2014 10:57 am

Mate, just a rant about your take on any subject you please would be welcome...fire and brimstone, fang and claw.

I played my odd part in a NZ festival of an Oppositional Disobedience Disorder gathering last night, via skype, from my Melbourne lair...I was cloaked in moroccan threads and performed a rhyme about Obama, to a small crowd...which seemed to go down well, but who can say eh??? Its valuable enough to simply take part. And adds to my heavy poetry reading of last year seated on a couch with a lamp shining on my vodka drenched countenance, as well as the recital of various verses on community radio, which at first made me shake and shudder with nerves, but soon after, the fuckers had to ask me to let others have the mike!!! Its such a strange thing...intense anxiety followed quickly by eccentric arrogance of a desire to be heard and felt more and more, for longer and longer!

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Post by sugarstalker » Sat Mar 22, 2014 5:24 pm

went to a farm today where they made maple syrup. I wonder if you could make a maple syrup mead.. I should have asked.
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Post by sugarstalker » Sat Mar 22, 2014 6:44 pm

Funny stuff. Pretty good.

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Post by Weedguru Higher » Fri Mar 28, 2014 2:49 am

sugarstalker wrote:went to a farm today where they made maple syrup. I wonder if you could make a maple syrup mead.. I should have asked.
I come from maple syrup land.....but what is mead?
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