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Member of the Month Nomination: LivreAmour217

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Post Number:#31 by Gravy
» 10 May 2016, 18:43

So...what's your theory on Stonehenge? :lol:
Or the Crystal Skulls?

The Winchester House? :P
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Post Number:#32 by rssllue
» 10 May 2016, 22:09

I personally think that Stonehenge is simply an old construct by masons who did not take their work seriously at all! Mystery solved: lazy masons! :roll:
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Post Number:#33 by LivreAmour217
» 11 May 2016, 10:42

rssllue wrote:I personally think that Stonehenge is simply an old construct by masons who did not take their work seriously at all! Mystery solved: lazy masons! :roll:


:lol: There's one way of looking at it! :lol:
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Post Number:#34 by DATo
» 11 May 2016, 12:35

If anyone would {{{{TAKE THE TIME}}}} to consult DATo's Improbable History (Chapter 11) they would learn that Stonehenge was originally constructed so that stupid, prehistoric, teenaged boys could simultaneously enter through each of the peripheral openings at great speed on their skateboards to collide in the center of the thing causing much pain to and destruction of their bodies while Ugg (the sissy of the group) would stand to the side and record the collision for his You Tube "Fail" compilation.
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Post Number:#35 by Gravy
» 11 May 2016, 18:07

DATo wrote:If anyone would {{{{TAKE THE TIME}}}} to consult DATo's Improbable History (Chapter 11) they would learn that Stonehenge was originally constructed so that stupid, prehistoric, teenaged boys could simultaneously enter through each of the peripheral openings at great speed on their skateboards to collide in the center of the thing causing much pain to and destruction of their bodies while Ugg (the sissy of the group) would stand to the side and record the collision for his You Tube "Fail" compilation.


THE MYSTERY IS SOLVED!!!!!!!

Seriously, it wouldn't surprise me :lol:
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Post Number:#36 by Fran
» 12 May 2016, 09:27

DATo wrote:If anyone would {{{{TAKE THE TIME}}}} to consult DATo's Improbable History (Chapter 11) they would learn that Stonehenge was originally constructed so that stupid, prehistoric, teenaged boys could simultaneously enter through each of the peripheral openings at great speed on their skateboards to collide in the center of the thing causing much pain to and destruction of their bodies while Ugg (the sissy of the group) would stand to the side and record the collision for his You Tube "Fail" compilation.


:shock:
I always thought it was one of those DIY jobs some man started and never quite got around to finishing but he will ... any day now :wink:
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Post Number:#37 by gali
» 12 May 2016, 11:21

Fran wrote:
DATo wrote:If anyone would {{{{TAKE THE TIME}}}} to consult DATo's Improbable History (Chapter 11) they would learn that Stonehenge was originally constructed so that stupid, prehistoric, teenaged boys could simultaneously enter through each of the peripheral openings at great speed on their skateboards to collide in the center of the thing causing much pain to and destruction of their bodies while Ugg (the sissy of the group) would stand to the side and record the collision for his You Tube "Fail" compilation.


:shock:
I always thought it was one of those DIY jobs some man started and never quite got around to finishing but he will ... any day now :wink:


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Post Number:#38 by rssllue
» 12 May 2016, 12:32

I'm on it! I will redeem the lazy masons! :wink:
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Post Number:#39 by LivreAmour217
» 12 May 2016, 13:35

DATo wrote:If anyone would {{{{TAKE THE TIME}}}} to consult DATo's Improbable History (Chapter 11) they would learn that Stonehenge was originally constructed so that stupid, prehistoric, teenaged boys could simultaneously enter through each of the peripheral openings at great speed on their skateboards to collide in the center of the thing causing much pain to and destruction of their bodies while Ugg (the sissy of the group) would stand to the side and record the collision for his You Tube "Fail" compilation.


I can definitely see that!! :lol:
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Post Number:#40 by bookowlie
» 15 May 2016, 09:38

Fran wrote:
DATo wrote:If anyone would {{{{TAKE THE TIME}}}} to consult DATo's Improbable History (Chapter 11) they would learn that Stonehenge was originally constructed so that stupid, prehistoric, teenaged boys could simultaneously enter through each of the peripheral openings at great speed on their skateboards to collide in the center of the thing causing much pain to and destruction of their bodies while Ugg (the sissy of the group) would stand to the side and record the collision for his You Tube "Fail" compilation.


:shock:
I always thought it was one of those DIY jobs some man started and never quite got around to finishing but he will ... any day now :wink:


This reminds me of the project in Boston unofficially known as The Big Dig.
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Post Number:#41 by VBnBama
» 17 May 2016, 19:47

Congratulations, well deserved I'm sure!
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Post Number:#42 by LivreAmour217
» 18 May 2016, 03:59

VBnBama wrote:Congratulations, well deserved I'm sure!


Thank you very much! :D
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Post Number:#43 by DustiRose3
» 19 May 2016, 14:53

Congrats! No doubt you worked hard for this day!
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Post Number:#44 by LivreAmour217
» 19 May 2016, 18:52

DustiRose3 wrote:Congrats! No doubt you worked hard for this day!


Thank you, DustiRose3!
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Post Number:#45 by rssllue
» 21 May 2016, 22:54

It's pretty quiet on here. :shhh: :shifty:
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