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« Reply #19470 on: Jul 06 07 10:55 »
Cornwall I assume ? lol

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« Reply #19471 on: Jul 06 07 10:56 »
I think the Monkee is a little tease.  [img style="CURSOR: pointer" onclick=url(this.src); src="http://www.cheesebuerger.de/images/more/bigs/c025.gif" border=0]
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« Reply #19472 on: Jul 06 07 10:59 »
lol...no I really meant Cornhole!!

  The only good thing about that place was the river and waterskiing in the summertime...other then that...the darn frenchy's were rude as hell and the english folk were rude as hell if you couldn't speak french...go figure!!

  Thank GAWD it only last two years....they made me go to school outside of the dump...long sue or something?!  
If you say "plz" because it's shorter than "please", then I'll say "no" because its shorter than "Yes"

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« Reply #19473 on: Jul 06 07 11:04 »
Cornhole, definitly a hole never heard about it. lol

  Sorry for the rude French, it's a hobby in Canada, hate your neibourg if he does'nt speak the same language as you, and this is particulary true in the contact zones of the 2 cultures and if there's nothing to do where you are. Cornhole seems to correspond to that profile...

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« Reply #19474 on: Jul 06 07 11:05 »
ottawa, canal and parliament buildings and that's about it.  
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« Reply #19475 on: Jul 06 07 11:08 »
Beautiful Museums, amazing quality of life, perfect place to raise a familly, good cultural diversity... it all depend wnat you're looking for.

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« Reply #19476 on: Jul 06 07 11:08 »
I was kidding...I lived in Cornwall...I just dislike it soo much that I call it Cornhole....

  At least I lived on the good side (west) of Domtar....boy on bad days that place reeeeeeeakkkkked!!!  
If you say "plz" because it's shorter than "please", then I'll say "no" because its shorter than "Yes"

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« Reply #19477 on: Jul 06 07 11:11 »
Ah OK lol you got me there !!!

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« Reply #19478 on: Jul 06 07 11:13 »
Sorry...guess it's not a common reference back east....they probably think their Shatt don't stink!
If you say "plz" because it's shorter than "please", then I'll say "no" because its shorter than "Yes"

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« Reply #19479 on: Jul 06 07 11:14 »
Helluva hockey team in Ottawa!

  Just had a beef lunch. Panties are much healthier!  

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« Reply #19480 on: Jul 06 07 11:14 »
beef panties? lol  
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« Reply #19481 on: Jul 06 07 11:15 »
Isis wrote:
Sorry...guess it's not a common reference back east....they probably think their Shatt don't stink![/DIV]
 I moved out east, to Calgary, and generally, people are avereage out here in the east! Asshats and good people, wherever you go.  

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« Reply #19482 on: Jul 06 07 11:16 »
panty party?  
If you say "plz" because it's shorter than "please", then I'll say "no" because its shorter than "Yes"

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« Reply #19483 on: Jul 06 07 11:17 »
(ok...Calgary is not really east...just a BC thing...everything east of the Rockies is WAY EAST DUDE!)

  Hmmmmmm Goddess panties!!

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« Reply #19484 on: Jul 06 07 11:18 »
Calgary is not considered 'east' in my mind...Ontario/Quebec is 'east' and NB onwards is Atlantics...

  but really, Cornwall is a hole in the wall type of town...French on the east side and English on the west...and they are ignorant and rude to all who aren't native to Cornwall..  
If you say "plz" because it's shorter than "please", then I'll say "no" because its shorter than "Yes"

 

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