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Because he’s from Texas and it’s required down there

Because he’s stubborn

He actually doesn’t, he’s faking it just screw with jd

Because he’s too scared to be a jew

Because his God experience really happened

 

After all these years, why is EN still a believer in JC’s spaghetti monster father?

 
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Jan_CAN - 11 July 2017 05:42 PM

So, you’re running this poll for when EN is away on vacation ... good timing.  I think you’ve got about a week left.

You’re brave—I wouldn’t want to piss off a righteous Texan.  Not sure your Butt Fairy will be able to save you.  Been nice knowing you.

I want when Bruce to come back to see that we missed him, with a dash of spiritual confusion and a side of I love you man.

Darius chapter twelve verse seventeen: “Then the Butt Ferrie told his officers, fear no Texan. For they may be well armed and trigger happy, but you have the righteous power of the fume.”

 
 
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12 July 2017 07:39
 
Jb8989 - 12 July 2017 06:23 AM
Jan_CAN - 11 July 2017 05:42 PM

So, you’re running this poll for when EN is away on vacation ... good timing.  I think you’ve got about a week left.

You’re brave—I wouldn’t want to piss off a righteous Texan.  Not sure your Butt Fairy will be able to save you.  Been nice knowing you.

I want when Bruce to come back to see that we missed him, with a dash of spiritual confusion and a side of I love you man.

Darius chapter twelve verse seventeen: “Then the Butt Ferrie told his officers, fear no Texan. For they may be well armed and trigger happy, but you have the righteous power of the fume.”

LOL re the inspirational scripture.

I think you know that I know that this thread is meant as affectionate teasing.

 

 
 
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12 July 2017 11:20
 

I haven’t had a Lowenbrau in a quarter-century. Time flies.

 
 
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bigredfutbol - 12 July 2017 11:20 AM

I haven’t had a Lowenbrau in a quarter-century. Time flies.

Is the stuff even sold here anymore?

 
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GAD - 10 July 2017 07:58 PM

Because he is homophobic and to afraid to accept the Butt Fairy as the one true god.

GAD

 
 
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12 July 2017 20:40
 
bbearren - 12 July 2017 06:38 PM
GAD - 10 July 2017 07:58 PM

Because he is homophobic and to afraid to accept the Butt Fairy as the one true god.

GAD

Through the Butt Fairy all assholey things are possible.

 
 
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13 July 2017 08:24
 

Hello from Vienna.  This morning I had espresso, cherry brandy and whipped cream.  I walked all around Vienna and saw the monumental buildings on the Ringstrasse. Then back on the ship to hear a wonderfully entertaining local professor talk about the Hapsburgs and the history of Austria.  Now I’m sipping on a Camus cognac and waiting for a dinner of salmon tartar and swordfish. Tonight we set out for Budapest.

Then I decided to check in and I find you talking about butt fairies.  What conclusions should I reach regarding these circumstances?

 
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13 July 2017 08:28
 
Skipshot - 12 July 2017 11:48 AM
bigredfutbol - 12 July 2017 11:20 AM

I haven’t had a Lowenbrau in a quarter-century. Time flies.

Is the stuff even sold here anymore?

There is plenty of it in Munich.

 
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EN - 13 July 2017 08:24 AM

Hello from Vienna.  This morning I had espresso, cherry brandy and whipped cream.  I walked all around Vienna and saw the monumental buildings on the Ringstrasse. Then back on the ship to hear a wonderfully entertaining local professor talk about the Hapsburgs and the history of Austria.  Now I’m sipping on a Camus cognac and waiting for a dinner of salmon tartar and swordfish. Tonight we set out for Budapest.

Then I decided to check in and I find you talking about butt fairies.  What conclusions should I reach regarding these circumstances?

That you miss our butts.

 
 
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EN - 13 July 2017 08:24 AM

Then I decided to check in and I find you talking about butt fairies.  What conclusions should I reach regarding these circumstances?

Firstly, you should conclude that, as always, that I’m smarter and more handsome than you.

Secondly, and on a more serious note, one of my oldest friends in the world owns about half the backpacking hostels and tattoo shops in Budapest. If I wasn’t quite certain that you couldn’t handle my people, I would set you up with an afternoon delight. Nevertheless, have fun and keep us posted. There’s really nothing like a smooth cognac. Cognac and grapes are my favorite High Tea.

 
 
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13 July 2017 11:16
 
EN - 13 July 2017 08:28 AM
Skipshot - 12 July 2017 11:48 AM
bigredfutbol - 12 July 2017 11:20 AM

I haven’t had a Lowenbrau in a quarter-century. Time flies.

Is the stuff even sold here anymore?

There is plenty of it in Munich.

Yeah, and supposedly the German version is better than the version they licensed here in the States.

 
 
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EN - 13 July 2017 08:24 AM

Hello from Vienna.  This morning I had espresso, cherry brandy and whipped cream.  I walked all around Vienna and saw the monumental buildings on the Ringstrasse. Then back on the ship to hear a wonderfully entertaining local professor talk about the Hapsburgs and the history of Austria.  Now I’m sipping on a Camus cognac and waiting for a dinner of salmon tartar and swordfish. Tonight we set out for Budapest.

Good to hear from you! Glad you’re having a nice trip.

I really liked Vienna the one time I visited.

 
 
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13 July 2017 13:57
 
EN - 13 July 2017 08:24 AM

Hello from Vienna.  This morning I had espresso, cherry brandy and whipped cream.  I walked all around Vienna and saw the monumental buildings on the Ringstrasse. Then back on the ship to hear a wonderfully entertaining local professor talk about the Hapsburgs and the history of Austria.  Now I’m sipping on a Camus cognac and waiting for a dinner of salmon tartar and swordfish. Tonight we set out for Budapest.

Then I decided to check in and I find you talking about butt fairies.  What conclusions should I reach regarding these circumstances?


You’re out of your element over there.

Clearly.

Heh.

 
 
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15 July 2017 11:22
 
EN - 13 July 2017 08:24 AM

Hello from Vienna.  This morning I had espresso, cherry brandy and whipped cream.  I walked all around Vienna and saw the monumental buildings on the Ringstrasse. Then back on the ship to hear a wonderfully entertaining local professor talk about the Hapsburgs and the history of Austria.  Now I’m sipping on a Camus cognac and waiting for a dinner of salmon tartar and swordfish. Tonight we set out for Budapest.

Then I decided to check in and I find you talking about butt fairies.  What conclusions should I reach regarding these circumstances?

I just voted that the counselor’s God experience really happened.  Such experiences often happen after sipping on a Camus cognac and waiting for a dinner of salmon tartar and swordfish - especially if the chef is Swedish and lobster is substituted for swordfish.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4Cqc6H14Ko    (lobster added at 1:30 minutes if you’re impatient)

[ Edited: 15 July 2017 11:28 by unsmoked]
 
 
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unsmoked - 15 July 2017 11:22 AM
EN - 13 July 2017 08:24 AM

Hello from Vienna.  This morning I had espresso, cherry brandy and whipped cream.  I walked all around Vienna and saw the monumental buildings on the Ringstrasse. Then back on the ship to hear a wonderfully entertaining local professor talk about the Hapsburgs and the history of Austria.  Now I’m sipping on a Camus cognac and waiting for a dinner of salmon tartar and swordfish. Tonight we set out for Budapest.

Then I decided to check in and I find you talking about butt fairies.  What conclusions should I reach regarding these circumstances?

I just voted that the counselor’s God experience really happened.  Such experiences often happen after sipping on a Camus cognac and waiting for a dinner of salmon tartar and swordfish - especially if the chef is Swedish and lobster is substituted for swordfish.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4Cqc6H14Ko    (lobster added at 1:30 minutes if you’re impatient)

I had one of the best meals I’ve ever had at a Budapest airport hotel the night before flying home.  God experiences are always unexpected.

 
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