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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: WHO GETS THE LAST WORD? game Part 41


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mbanjo - Posted - 10/06/2013:  18:13:01


Yes! Labor day long weekend...only in some states though...wonder why that is?

roxygrl - Posted - 10/06/2013:  18:34:51


Happy extra holiday Michael..

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/06/2013:  18:47:24


Cause everyone there don't labor,,,

mbanjo - Posted - 10/06/2013:  23:23:36


quote:
Originally posted by roxygrl

Happy extra holiday Michael..




Thanks Roxy, I'm making the most of it!

ErikH - Posted - 10/07/2013:  02:13:12


When my grandfather used to say "tomorrow's a labor day" he meant you had to go to work.

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/07/2013:  04:34:32


Eric,,,I think it still means that.

mbanjo - Posted - 10/07/2013:  13:52:14


Every days a labor day around here..always something needs fixing..

ErikH - Posted - 10/07/2013:  14:08:51


I still say it nearly every Sunday night.  I better get to bed, because tomorrow is a labor day..........

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/07/2013:  15:14:40


I stopped saying that but it's still true

ErikH - Posted - 10/08/2013:  02:21:58


Another day of labor is at hand, and so is the last word.

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/08/2013:  04:27:28


How's the world treating you

ErikH - Posted - 10/08/2013:  14:35:07


Every day above ground can't be all that bad, I suppose.

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/08/2013:  16:05:20


Eric,,,don't forget,,,there are above ground burial vaults??

roxygrl - Posted - 10/08/2013:  17:45:59


..doors are closing!..last word, ..last word...

mbanjo - Posted - 10/08/2013:  18:56:34


Its a revolving door.....the last word came back round to me!

ErikH - Posted - 10/09/2013:  02:21:44


Hey, it's Hump day!

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/09/2013:  02:58:21


So is the camel fired?  

RandyZ - Posted - 10/09/2013:  08:39:34


me....the last word....and fried camel...mmmmmmmmmmmmmm

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/09/2013:  09:48:04


HEY SCAGGS!!! I found my mule!! He's been staying down at the old Bartlet place.



Still has his gold tooth too,,,,,,


Edited by - banjoscotty on 10/09/2013 09:49:06

ErikH - Posted - 10/09/2013:  14:10:38


Does he have a hump?

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/10/2013:  14:07:32


No,,mules have rumps,,,not humps.

MWBailey - Posted - 10/10/2013:  15:37:50


But there's this song where they mention a hump-backed mule. I think it's by Jimmy Dean, or maybe ... Roger Miller?

mbanjo - Posted - 10/10/2013:  15:59:35


quote:
Originally posted by MWBailey

But there's this song where they mention a hump-backed mule. I think it's by Jimmy Dean, or maybe ... Roger Miller?



.
I got a hump back mule, a plow and a 'tater patch
Eggs that are gonna hatch someday.
I got the Lord above and a good girl to love me
I'm the richest man in the world

.......................Eddie Arnold


Edited by - mbanjo on 10/10/2013 16:00:54

ErikH - Posted - 10/10/2013:  16:20:40


I've seen sway backed horses, but not a hump back mule.

MWBailey - Posted - 10/10/2013:  18:41:31


Eddie Arnold!? Well, I'll be.

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/11/2013:  03:36:28


Eddie Arnold,,He owned over half of Nashville!!!

ErikH - Posted - 10/11/2013:  04:41:36


I knew a guy named Eddie in high school.  He didn't own half of anything.

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/11/2013:  12:36:44


Would that be Eddie Haskell,,The Beaver's and Wally's friend?

ErikH - Posted - 10/11/2013:  13:02:07


No, this was a different Eddie.  He wasn't as charming as Eddie Haskell.  Or as bright, for that matter.

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/11/2013:  18:42:19


oh,,,that poor feller

mbanjo - Posted - 10/11/2013:  19:04:43


Was he the large guy they called Big Ed?

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/12/2013:  03:41:40


And did he always manage to get the last piece of pizza?

ErikH - Posted - 10/12/2013:  04:48:59


Come to think of it, he might have got the last piece of pizza.

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/12/2013:  10:26:39


we have one of those Eddie type fellers in our midst too



but he's alright,,,just hungry all the time.smiley


Edited by - banjoscotty on 10/12/2013 10:27:54

mbanjo - Posted - 10/12/2013:  13:35:03


Is there a moral to this story?

roxygrl - Posted - 10/12/2013:  17:41:21


 have you eliminated the negative, latched on to the affirmative, otherwise isn't pandemonium liable to walk upon the scene ?..



 

ErikH - Posted - 10/12/2013:  17:54:45


Pan who?  I thought we were talking about Eddie?

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/12/2013:  18:41:11


You know,,,Pan and Eddie?The ones "Under The Boardwalk"?

ErikH - Posted - 10/13/2013:  06:13:28


I knew a Julie that would meet guys under the bleachers.

mbanjo - Posted - 10/13/2013:  20:25:58


Me too!.....she got around a bit that girl.

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/14/2013:  04:11:40


A book was written entitled,,"Under The Bleachers" by Seymoure Buttes

ErikH - Posted - 10/14/2013:  05:30:58


Was that from the same publisher as "50 Yards to the Bathroom" by Willy Makeit?

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/14/2013:  07:17:04


Don't know Eric,,Haven't read that one,,,

ErikH - Posted - 10/14/2013:  12:28:52


Let's see, there was "Yellow River" by I.P. Dailey..........

mbanjo - Posted - 10/14/2013:  12:53:49


And 'Tales of a Baverian barber' by Herr Kutt

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/14/2013:  14:25:41


Legal Hanging by Justus Balls

ErikH - Posted - 10/14/2013:  15:46:36


"The Tiger's Revenge" by Claude Ball

banjoscotty - Posted - 10/14/2013:  16:08:28


Here Come The MODS!!!

ErikH - Posted - 10/14/2013:  16:33:00


Yeah, probably ought to cool it.

mbanjo - Posted - 10/14/2013:  18:59:46


Who wants an icy cold beer right now?

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