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Old 04-21-2017, 08:45 AM   #5541
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Maybe, but it is parked so nicely. Someone ditching a stolen truck doesn't back in like that. They park it halfway through your garage wall.
Hmm, yeah maybe.

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Old 04-21-2017, 08:46 AM   #5542
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check the back seat for a dead hooker.
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Old 04-21-2017, 09:19 AM   #5543
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Yesterday afternoon I was finishing off a bag of nachos, with the smaller, broken pieces, and a chirp shard got lodged in my throat. It's been there ever since, it's driving me crazy! Woke up this morning and it's still there.

I've tried chugging water, and a hot tea to try to soften it. As well as other food to try to push it down. No dice. Any other tips anyone know of short of jamming my fingers down there, or is this my new friend for a while?
There's an ancient cure. for dislodging items from your throat, but its effective 100% of the time.

You need to stand on your head and then drink a glass of your own pee.

the high acidic levels in your pee will disintegrate it, and standing on your head will make sure that it exits smoothly.

The more modern cure is a demolition cure. you need to put a couple of methos in your mouth and then chug a can of pepsi, it will blow that chip clear through your nose.
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Old 04-21-2017, 09:23 AM   #5544
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Truck was stolen. Door was unlocked, keys were inside.

Edit: keys not inside, started without keys.
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Old 04-21-2017, 09:33 AM   #5545
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Yesterday afternoon I was finishing off a bag of nachos, with the smaller, broken pieces, and a chirp shard got lodged in my throat. It's been there ever since, it's driving me crazy! Woke up this morning and it's still there.

I've tried chugging water, and a hot tea to try to soften it. As well as other food to try to push it down. No dice. Any other tips anyone know of short of jamming my fingers down there, or is this my new friend for a while?
Drink warm water to help break it down. With a nacho though, I cant imagine it wouldnt have gotten moist and soggy and broken apart in the time thats passed. You likely scratched your thoat or esophagus with the sharp edges of the chip and thats what you are feeling now.

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There's an ancient cure. for dislodging items from your throat, but its effective 100% of the time.

You need to stand on your head and then drink a glass of your own pee.

the high acidic levels in your pee will disintegrate it, and standing on your head will make sure that it exits smoothly.

The more modern cure is a demolition cure. you need to put a couple of methos in your mouth and then chug a can of pepsi, it will blow that chip clear through your nose.
If youre healthy, your urine is neutral with slight variations above or below a ph of 7 depending in factors like what youve eaten and drank or even time of day. If its highliy acidic, then youve got big concerns. Probably should get that checked out quicker than the food lodged in your throat if youre still able to breathe.
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Old 04-21-2017, 10:13 AM   #5546
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Haha alright thanks, sounds good guys. Now, important Q, what breakfast goes best with urine? I'm thinking a nice pube sandwich. The subtle undertones of the pubes will help balance out the strong urine flavour, while the bread soaks it up. Plus, the extra curly nature of the pubes may act as a hook, and lasso that pesky chip and drag it down to stomach town. Brilliant, I can't lose!

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Old 04-21-2017, 10:17 AM   #5547
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Haha alright thanks, sounds good guys. Now, important Q, what breakfast goes best with urine? I'm thinking a nice pube sandwich. The subtle undertones of the pubes will help balance out the strong urine flavour, while the bread soaks it up. Plus, the extra curly nature of the pubes may act as a hook, and lasso that pesky chip and drag it down to stomach town. Brilliant, I can't lose!
You took it too far.
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Lol story of my life..
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Old 04-21-2017, 11:03 AM   #5549
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I'm not a hockey fan so I don't get the subculture like you guys, but I'd be much more inclined to put my own name on a jersey than that of some athletic 19 year-old boy I idolized. That's just weird to me.
Haha.

That puts a whole new perspective on it. It is kinda creepy in a way. Outside of athletic prowess, there is virtually zero reason to look up to any of these guys. Most of them are womanizing, clubbing, borderline alcholic dude bros, with horrible social skills and limited if any education. But YAY! HE SLAP PUCK HARD!

It's kinda like idolizing a frat boy with a trust fund.
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Old 04-21-2017, 11:05 AM   #5550
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I don't think adults "look up" to any of these guys.

I like cheering for my home town team. Also some of them play a more entertaining game than others so you tend to support those players more.

That's about it. If the team moved I wouldn't follow hockey any more.
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Old 04-21-2017, 11:22 AM   #5551
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I don't think adults "look up" to any of these guys.
I admire their ability to make insane amounts of money.
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Most of them are womanizing, clubbing, borderline alcholic dude bros, with horrible social skills and limited if any education.
Source?

Maybe being an ass, but that description sounds like many car salesmen Ive encountered.
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I'm not a hockey fan so I don't get the subculture like you guys, but I'd be much more inclined to put my own name on a jersey than that of some athletic 19 year-old boy I idolized. That's just weird to me.
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Off topic. Check out my history. Zero posts anywhere other than here.
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Maybe being an ass, but that description sounds like many car salesmen Ive encountered.
It's something a "nice guy" might say.
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I doesn't sound like you've met many NHLers in a social setting. I'm sure there's some exceptions to the rule, but as a whole they aren't exactly the most scholarly or refined bunch. But what do you expect when you hand basically a bottomless bank account to a 20 year old and turn him loose in a night club ?

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Maybe being an ass, but that description sounds like many car salesmen Ive encountered.
And that would be correct as well. But thanks for the personal jab.
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Yeah, in my experience with pro hockey players, even some being friends of mine (including someone currently on the no goods) pylons description is pretty accurate. Definitely exceptions to the rule, but it's not very far off to make that generalization
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I doesn't sound like you've met many NHLers in a social setting. I'm sure there's some exceptions to the rule, but as a whole they aren't exactly the most scholarly or refined bunch. But what do you expect when you hand basically a bottomless bank account to a 20 year old and turn him loose in a night club ?
It happens well before 20. Have you met any major junior hockey players?
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Have you met anyone in their 20's?

The only difference is the bottomless bank accounts.
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Have you met anyone in their 20's?

The only difference is the bottomless bank accounts.
That's not my experience. Few 20 year olds have been lionized and told they're awesome, had teenaged girls throwing themselves at them, and adults praising and fawning over them, since they were 14. Star teenage hockey players in Canada lead very different lives from normal young men. I don't know about you, but the jocks in team sports in my school were mostly a bunch of ######-nozzles. Amplify that by 5 and you get the entitlement of junior hockey players in Canada.
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