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Old 11-28-2018, 02:40 AM   #371 (permalink)
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That is what me and my friends do, tbh though they are all too busy getting married and having families now.

Edit: like a heavy lager?
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Old 11-28-2018, 02:57 AM   #372 (permalink)
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That is what me and my friends do, tbh though they are all too busy getting married and having families now.

Edit: like a heavy lager?
Ale, lager, stout, porter = all good!
German "dunkel" (dark) beers also tend to be good, even if they're quite mild most of the time.

I'm a lot more picky with lighter colored beers.
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Old 11-28-2018, 06:43 AM   #373 (permalink)
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Juke boxes really date back to the time when people wanted to buy, or couldn't afford to buy, hit singles. Back in my day, about one in five cafés and pubs might have one. Even though me and my pals didn't spend money on them, we'd usually nerd up, flick through the play options and giggle in a superior way at the out-dated pop they offered.* Also of mild interest was to see all the B-side titles that you'd never hear on the radio.

* There were two dangers to this activity. If you were careless, you might jog the jukebox and cause the needle to jump off the song that was playing, or ridicule too loudly a song that someone had chosen. A friend of mine once laughed too obviously and had to humbly backpeddle when he was confronted by an angry guy who'd just spent 10p to hear "I'm not in love" in peace.
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Old 11-28-2018, 11:27 AM   #374 (permalink)
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Hey i resent that! I got friends they just refuse to go into the bathroom with me to take a pic.

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Oh who am i kidding, i dont even have Friends on dvd.
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Old 11-28-2018, 11:58 AM   #375 (permalink)
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Beers at my place with board games.
If I ever get out to Denmark I will teach you how to stab your liver until it does your bidding and you will teach me whatever nerdy games you have.

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Hey i resent that! I got friends they just refuse to go into the bathroom with me to take a pic.

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Oh who am i kidding, i dont even Friends on dvd.
I do, bitch, but I'm pretty sure I stole it and it doesn't even have all the discs.
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Old 11-28-2018, 12:06 PM   #377 (permalink)
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Do you LARP in the house while playing D&D? If not it's not a deal breaker.
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No it tends to be more restrained than that. I sadly don't own any foam swords or the like. The craziest thing that happens is when my guests enjoy criticizing my increasingly inaccurate score keeping as I get more drunk. Yet not of the *******s offer to do the math instead of me.
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Old 11-28-2018, 03:06 PM   #379 (permalink)
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Old 11-28-2018, 08:24 PM   #380 (permalink)
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Otherwise you never would have heard of him.
This response idk. Some find it incredulous certain members haven't heard of Elvis yet you think I "never would have heard of him." If I didn't investigate Elvis' music because like I said (I was interested in Scotty Moore because he was cited by my favorite guitar players) it's still highly probable I still would have heard of Elvis. Like I saw the movie Bubba Ho-Tep just last week for example.

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There is no hate, only disdain. Ray Barracks had Elvis Presley Mess Hall, an Elvis shrine, and the same barber that cut his hair was still working the chair when I was there. He cut my hair. Have you ever had a military hair cut? Then, there's Bad Nauheim, the little village where him and 'Cilla met, which is right next to Friedburg where Ray Barracks used to sit, and lemme tell ya, you couldn't walk 2 blocks without seeing some sort of reference to the busted lip crooner. Over-saturation during my time in the service destroyed any notion of me ever enjoying his music, and even at that, there wasn't much there after being exposed to it by fat, drunk, polyester wearing imbecilic fanboys when I was a kid. Sure, the musicians are great, I mean what do you expect, he was a star and he's gonna get the star treatment. It's his image that gets the full brunt of my contempt.

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That is such a great story. Thank you for sharing. It's so cool for me to know that I know someone who knew someone who knew Elvis Presley. So why do you ask about the "military hair cut?" I wasn't in the military, but I had a military style haircut when I was in HS. Every once in a while (during the change in class) a girl who would like to her hand through my hair. So you can't tell me the ladies didn't find you drop dead sexy after your military haircut. But tbh I don't know what you went through. It could have been a traumatic experience for you for all I know. Did he have worn out clippers?

I know what you mean about the polyester though. I have such an uber-disdain for The Doors. The problem is I can't stand the sound of squeaky leather pants. Man, if there is one turn off in music it's the way Rock star dresses. Dog-gone-it Jim, couldn't you have worn worn out jeans like everyone else?

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