daveinwarshington


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Inatangle wrote:
The person below me is training fleas to do jumping jacks in a big bowl of figgy pudding.



I thought it was a great idea! However, they all sunk into the figgy pudding. I now have chunky pudding..

The person below me has installed a very expensive "Santa Claus Tracking System" on their rooftop.


JDSardone


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daveinwarshington wrote:I thought it was a great idea! However, they all sunk into the figgy pudding. I now have chunky pudding..

The person below me has installed a very expensive "Santa Claus Tracking System" on their rooftop.



Had, I had to disable it, nothing but false alarms. The reindeer detectors only sounded when it rained. The Thermal vision couldn't pick up Santa because of his fireproof thermal suit, it only goes off when we use the fireplace. The pressure plates are always triggered by squirrels. Overall it was a failure. Lesson learned, don't by Santa tracking equipment from woot.


The person below me heard about using a double boiler and decided to install a microwave inside a bigger microwave in their kitchen.

Inatangle


quality posts: 129 Private Messages Inatangle
JDSardone wrote:Had, I had to disable it, nothing but false alarms. The reindeer detectors only sounded when it rained. The Thermal vision couldn't pick up Santa because of his fireproof thermal suit, it only goes off when we use the fireplace. The pressure plates are always triggered by squirrels. Overall it was a failure. Lesson learned, don't by Santa tracking equipment from woot.


The person below me heard about using a double boiler and decided to install a microwave inside a bigger microwave in their kitchen.



I thought it would work! I really, really did! But my best friend talked me out of activating my Double Microwave Duplex Device. He insisted that it would blow me into 5 different hospitals if I touched the Start button. Oh well. Back to the drawing board...

The person below me professes to hate Christmas, but secretly hums Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer & eats candy canes when they think nobody's looking.

mick52


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Inatangle wrote:I thought it would work! I really, really did! But my best friend talked me out of activating my Double Microwave Duplex Device. He insisted that it would blow me into 5 different hospitals if I touched the Start button. Oh well. Back to the drawing board...

The person below me professes to hate Christmas, but secretly hums Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer & eats candy canes when they think nobody's looking.




oh holy night is so pretty... over rides rudolph, most of the time........


the person below me.....

wishes they were ever surprised, in a good way..


JayMatt19


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mick52 wrote:oh holy night is so pretty... over rides rudolph, most of the time........


the person below me.....

wishes they were ever surprised, in a good way..



Oh, to have been surprised in a good way. I'm just too nosey and therefore never get surprised. But it sounds wonderful.

The person below me can't wait to celebrate Festivus. Specifically for the airing of grievances, especially towards the Woot Staff

hot72chev


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JayMatt19 wrote:Oh, to have been surprised in a good way. I'm just too nosey and therefore never get surprised. But it sounds wonderful.

The person below me can't wait to celebrate Festivus. Specifically for the airing of grievances, especially towards the Woot Staff



As soon as I remember where I put the Festivus Stick, I've got a lot to say this year.

The person below me wrote new verses to the Twelve Days of Christmas.

x9
It seemed like a good idea at the time.

Inatangle


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hot72chev wrote:As soon as I remember where I put the Festivus Stick, I've got a lot to say this year.

The person below me wrote new verses to the Twelve Days of Christmas.



Wrote new verses? Well... not exactly. I Lived them! I was the surprised recipient of 16 Laddies laughing, 15 doggies drooling, 14 cats a-kicking, and 13 ponies prancing, as well as the 12 drummers and all the rest of those crazy people and birds...

The person below me wishes they hadn't eaten quite so much Christmas dinner--- but they're still planning to finish munching the homemade Christmas cookies before or on New Year's Eve.

Inatangle


quality posts: 129 Private Messages Inatangle
Inatangle wrote:Wrote new verses? Well... not exactly. I Lived them! I was the surprised recipient of 16 Laddies laughing, 15 doggies drooling, 14 cats a-kicking, and 13 ponies prancing, as well as the 12 drummers and all the rest of those crazy people and birds...

The person below me wishes they hadn't eaten quite so much Christmas dinner--- but they're still planning to finish munching the homemade Christmas cookies before or on New Year's Eve.



(I'd hate to see this particular game bite the dust... it's one of the most interesting & creative games on here, imo. So I'm bumping this up and hoping that someone will keep it going.)

JayMatt19


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Inatangle wrote:Wrote new verses? Well... not exactly. I Lived them! I was the surprised recipient of 16 Laddies laughing, 15 doggies drooling, 14 cats a-kicking, and 13 ponies prancing, as well as the 12 drummers and all the rest of those crazy people and birds...

The person below me wishes they hadn't eaten quite so much Christmas dinner--- but they're still planning to finish munching the homemade Christmas cookies before or on New Year's Eve.



There is always room for dessert. Just sometimes it takes so to seven days until the room becomes available. I just wish cookies didn't get stale over that time.

The person below me once flew to Switzerland just to purchase mayonnaise, only to have it confiscated at the airport for it being a "liquid or gel"

daveinwarshington


quality posts: 87 Private Messages daveinwarshington
JayMatt19 wrote:
The person below me once flew to Switzerland just to purchase mayonnaise, only to have it confiscated at the airport for it being a "liquid or gel"



They gave me the option of eating all the Swiss mayonnaise right there, but I didn't have any bread or bologna.

The person below me, when going somewhere on a plane, wears only underpants so that they go through security faster.


Inatangle


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daveinwarshington wrote:They gave me the option of eating all the Swiss mayonnaise right there, but I didn't have any bread or bologna.

The person below me, when going somewhere on a plane, wears only underpants so that they go through security faster.



I only tried that one time. Never again! Security took one look at me & was certain that I escaped from a loony bin, and they held me up for 3 hours as they tried to figure out exactly which loony bin I busted out of. (No... I did not tell them... bwa-ha-ha...)

The person below me builds shelters for centipedes out of popsicle sticks, feathers, and chewing gum.

JayMatt19


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Inatangle wrote:I only tried that one time. Never again! Security took one look at me & was certain that I escaped from a loony bin, and they held me up for 3 hours as they tried to figure out exactly which loony bin I busted out of. (No... I did not tell them... bwa-ha-ha...)

The person below me builds shelters for centipedes out of popsicle sticks, feathers, and chewing gum.



I build them for the centipedes, but the millipedes keep taking it from them, such nerve!

The person below me is going to reuse their 1978 calendar. They see no reason to buy an identical calendar with different numbers

Inatangle


quality posts: 129 Private Messages Inatangle
JayMatt19 wrote:I build them for the centipedes, but the millipedes keep taking it from them, such nerve!

The person below me is going to reuse their 1978 calendar. They see no reason to buy an identical calendar with different numbers



Actually, I'm kicking myself, because I accidentally ruined my 1978 calendar by cutting pictures out of it 3 years ago. Now I'll have to wait until 2017 calendars are 75 percent off. If I'm lucky, I'll get "Pet Rocks Unleashed" for a buck or two.

The person below me is biting the bullet and discarding vintage leftovers from their refrigerator so they can get the new year started right.

JayMatt19


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Inatangle wrote:Actually, I'm kicking myself, because I accidentally ruined my 1978 calendar by cutting pictures out of it 3 years ago. Now I'll have to wait until 2017 calendars are 75 percent off. If I'm lucky, I'll get "Pet Rocks Unleashed" for a buck or two.

The person below me is biting the bullet and discarding vintage leftovers from their refrigerator so they can get the new year started right.



It ain't easy. That cole slaw and I have some awesome memories from Indians games back at Municipal Stadium.

The person below me will start participating in the Google Image Game since they find it so fun and enjoyable.

jawsuser


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JayMatt19 wrote:It ain't easy. That cole slaw and I have some awesome memories from Indians games back at Municipal Stadium.

The person below me will start participating in the Google Image Game since they find it so fun and enjoyable.

Once I figure out how to do it watch out Woot here I come.

The person below me made some interesting New Year resolutions.

Inatangle


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jawsuser wrote:Once I figure out how to do it watch out Woot here I come.

The person below me made some interesting New Year resolutions.



Actually, they're kind of ordinary. I resolved to eat a healthy diet, get more sleep at night, and to spend less time online. What's interesting is that I'm breaking all three of them right now. I'm eating chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream, it's 3AM as I post this, and here I am online instead of counting sheep. It's only January 3rd. Oh well....

The person below me loves to watch vintage black & white TV shows, but resents the medical ads that go along with them.

JayMatt19


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Inatangle wrote:Actually, they're kind of ordinary. I resolved to eat a healthy diet, get more sleep at night, and to spend less time online. What's interesting is that I'm breaking all three of them right now. I'm eating chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream, it's 3AM as I post this, and here I am online instead of counting sheep. It's only January 3rd. Oh well....

The person below me loves to watch vintage black & white TV shows, but resents the medical ads that go along with them.



"I'm not a doctor, but I play one on TV" Who cares?? YOU AREN'T A DOCTOR!!!

The person below me steals rolls of toilet paper from local restaurants. They havent bought TP since 2002

daveinwarshington


quality posts: 87 Private Messages daveinwarshington
JayMatt19 wrote:"I'm not a doctor, but I play one on TV" Who cares?? YOU AREN'T A DOCTOR!!!

The person below me steals rolls of toilet paper from local restaurants. They havent bought TP since 2002


I only go to restaurants that have the highest quality toilet paper now. The quality & flavor of the food doesn't matter. I've also found out I have to steal 87 sugar packets to fill my sugar bowl.

The person below me stays up until midnight so they can throw away their loaf of bread the second the 'sell by' date is expired.


JayMatt19


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daveinwarshington wrote:I only go to restaurants that have the highest quality toilet paper now. The quality & flavor of the food doesn't matter. I've also found out I have to steal 87 sugar packets to fill my sugar bowl.

The person below me stays up until midnight so they can throw away their loaf of bread the second the 'sell by' date is expired.



Expired bread is dangerous and illegal. It isn't something to be messed with. And, besides, my sister went to jail for removing the tag from a mattress. We just dont mess with instructions.

The person below me freezes mud and tries to sell it as homemade chocolate icecream at rest stops along the interstate

SherrieLarrison


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The person below me has a nice taste to continental food. :P

mick52


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SherrieLarrison wrote:The person below me has a nice taste to continental food. :P



what? like dog or cat or horsey or guinea pigs or flipper?? just no.... i do however like croissants.

the person below me.... wishes, when they wish upon a star. those wishes really would come true.


Inatangle


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I believe that SherrieLarrison didn't quite understand the flow of this game--- So I'm going to take this post to do a bit of patching up.

Here is JayMatts19's person below assumption that never got addressed. (btw JayMatt19, your answer about the expired bread cracked me up!)

JayMatt19 wrote:
The person below me freezes mud and tries to sell it as homemade chocolate icecream at rest stops along the interstate



Here's my response to JayMatt19's "chocolate ice cream" assumption:

Well, it's worth a try... I tell all potential buyers that the flavor isn't ordinary chocolate, it is delicious Mississippi Mud. Then when they actually buy some and are about to take the first taste, I run like heck!

(Instead of me saying "the person below me" I'll now give SherrieLarrison's assumption):

"The person below me has a nice taste to continental food.:P"

Mick52's response is:

what? like dog or cat or horsey or guinea pigs or flipper?? just no.... i do however like croissants.

(Now here's Mick52's assumption... and with this one, the game is back on track again.)

------------------------
Mick 52:" the person below me.... wishes, when they wish upon a star. those wishes really would come true."

daveinwarshington


quality posts: 87 Private Messages daveinwarshington

****Thanks, Inatangle*****

mick52 wrote:
the person below me.... wishes, when they wish upon a star. those wishes really would come true.




Well, I thought I was wishing on a star, it ended up being Uranus. I no longer wish on Uranus.

The person below me is planning a trip to France so they can taste REAL French Fries & French Toast.


JDSardone


quality posts: 21 Private Messages JDSardone
daveinwarshington wrote:****Thanks, Inatangle*****
Mick 52:" the person below me.... wishes, when they wish upon a star. those wishes really would come true."

Well, I thought I was wishing on a star, it ended up being Uranus. I no longer wish on Uranus.

The person below me is planning a trip to France so they can taste REAL French Fries & French Toast.



I hear they are the best Fries and Toast in all the world, My next trip after that is going fishing in Sweden.

The person below me was traumatized as a child by an owl that ate their tootsie roll pop.

Inatangle


quality posts: 129 Private Messages Inatangle
JDSardone wrote:I hear they are the best Fries and Toast in all the world, My next trip after that is going fishing in Sweden.

The person below me was traumatized as a child by an owl that ate their tootsie roll pop.




The worst thing about it was that I had 3 Tootsie roll pops. An orange one, a green one, and my favorite kind, double chocolate. I begged him to steal the green one or even the orange one but HE WOULDN'T LISTEN TO ME! He just hooted at me and flew away with my double chocolate pop.

The person below me starts laughing helplessly every time they see the wind blowing a trash can over.

mick52


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Inatangle wrote:The worst thing about it was that I had 3 Tootsie roll pops. An orange one, a green one, and my favorite kind, double chocolate. I begged him to steal the green one or even the orange one but HE WOULDN'T LISTEN TO ME! He just hooted at me and flew away with my double chocolate pop.

The person below me starts laughing helplessly every time they see the wind blowing a trash can over.



i don't give a shit about no trash can. i just love feeling the wind blowing.

the person below me....
puts lots of salt in their bath, so they can pretend they are in the ocean.


Moueska


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HOW DID YOU KNOW?!

The person below me washes every day with a wiggly jelly soap and giggles wildly while doing so.

daveinwarshington


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Moueska wrote:
The person below me washes every day with a wiggly jelly soap and giggles wildly while doing so.


This wiggly jelly soap has proven to be the ideal soap for me. It removes tree sap, mud and motor oil while tickling me and making me giggle like a little school-girl. What else would you want in a high-quality multi-colored tickle-soap?

The person below me has decided to become a recluse and to get 60 cats.


Inatangle


quality posts: 129 Private Messages Inatangle
daveinwarshington wrote:This wiggly jelly soap has proven to be the ideal soap for me. It removes tree sap, mud and motor oil while tickling me and making me giggle like a little school-girl. What else would you want in a high-quality multi-colored tickle-soap?

The person below me has decided to become a recluse and to get 60 cats.



Well...I'm already off to a good start. I've adopted 20 cats already:

Re: Lonely?


Only 40 cats to go! It will be such fun dreaming up names for all of them!

(PS. If you are also planning to adopt lots and lots of cats, you might want to buy this Woot tee shirt to get you started. http://shirt.woot.com/offers/lonely?ref=cnt_ctlg_dgn_25

The person below me collects Moby Dick whale figurines, and is planning to purchase at least one from each of the 50 United States. Once they've succeeded with that, they're going to start collect one from each country in Europe.

daveinwarshington


quality posts: 87 Private Messages daveinwarshington
Inatangle wrote:
The person below me collects Moby Dick whale figurines, and is planning to purchase at least one from each of the 50 United States. Once they've succeeded with that, they're going to start collect one from each country in Europe.



Yup. My collection is growing every day. I've sold almost everything I own to buy these 'Moby Dick' treasures. The only thing left I could sell is my children. Hmmm....

The person below me wears a clown costume to work on Mondays to cheer everyone up.


Inatangle


quality posts: 129 Private Messages Inatangle
daveinwarshington wrote:Yup. My collection is growing every day. I've sold almost everything I own to buy these 'Moby Dick' treasures. The only thing left I could sell is my children. Hmmm....

The person below me wears a clown costume to work on Mondays to cheer everyone up.



Mondays are a mortal enemy. They must be battled against with wisdom and humor. I've been called a real bozo for wearing the clown costume, but winning the war against Monday is worth it!

The person below me plans to fly a rocket filled with paint up to the moon. They will decorate the moon's surface with sea creatures of every shape and color.

daveinwarshington


quality posts: 87 Private Messages daveinwarshington
Inatangle wrote:Mondays are a mortal enemy. They must be battled against with wisdom and humor. I've been called a real bozo for wearing the clown costume, but winning the war against Monday is worth it!

The person below me plans to fly a rocket filled with paint up to the moon. They will decorate the moon's surface with sea creatures of every shape and color.



At least that's my plan. The rocket (using 50,000 butane lighters for power) is finished. No need to test it. I can't afford a space suit, but plan to just hold my breath as I decorate the wonderful lunar landscape. I'm also hoping the lunar green cheese surface is still edible as my spaceship is filled with paint, brushes and beer. Wish me luck!

The person below me got a 'service animal' vest for their pet chicken so it can go with them into the movies and shopping.


JayMatt19


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daveinwarshington wrote:At least that's my plan. The rocket (using 50,000 butane lighters for power) is finished. No need to test it. I can't afford a space suit, but plan to just hold my breath as I decorate the wonderful lunar landscape. I'm also hoping the lunar green cheese surface is still edible as my spaceship is filled with paint, brushes and beer. Wish me luck!

The person below me got a 'service animal' vest for their pet chicken so it can go with them into the movies and shopping.



That was only part of the reason. The other reason was because I really REALLY needed to know why the chicken crossed the road.

The person below me eats deep fried butter for breakfast every tuesday morning.

JDSardone


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JayMatt19 wrote:That was only part of the reason. The other reason was because I really REALLY needed to know why the chicken crossed the road.

The person below me eats deep fried butter for breakfast every tuesday morning.



no you heard me wrong... butterflies... deep fried butterflies. What kinda of weirdo eats deep fried butter?

The person below me is the world champion at climbing down hills.

daveinwarshington


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JDSardone wrote:
The person below me is the world champion at climbing down hills.



Some people call it 'climbing down hills'. Others refer to it as 'out-of-control falling down the mountain'. I did get down in record time!

The person below me is learning to speak in dog-language. They hope to be able to sit down with a dog & have a meaningful discussion.


JayMatt19


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daveinwarshington wrote:Some people call it 'climbing down hills'. Others refer to it as 'out-of-control falling down the mountain'. I did get down in record time!

The person below me is learning to speak in dog-language. They hope to be able to sit down with a dog & have a meaningful discussion.



That's cause I've long given up hope of having a meaningful conversation with a human. Admit it, y'all suck.

The person below me uses a blow dryer to try and keep their snowman from melting in a "disrespectful" way

olcubmaster


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JayMatt19 wrote:That's cause I've long given up hope of having a meaningful conversation with a human. Admit it, y'all suck.

The person below me uses a blow dryer to try and keep their snowman from melting in a "disrespectful" way



I've gone to jail a number of times for doing it. The way I see it, the snowperson should have the right to choose to melt with dignity. A 1600 watt Dyson Supersonic to the frontal lobe seems to prevent that awful brain freeze.

The person below me recently read about the movie Fateful Findings on Wrighting Reviews and will now provide a 3 sentence summary.

Sugar 'em up and send 'em home

daveinwarshington


quality posts: 87 Private Messages daveinwarshington
olcubmaster wrote:
The person below me recently read about the movie Fateful Findings on Wrighting Reviews and will now provide a 3 sentence summary.


The movie title "Fateful Findings" has two words that both start with the letter 'F'.

The letter 'F' is the sixth letter in the alphabet, and it directly follows the letter 'E'.

As for the movie you'll probably love it, hate it or just think it's OK.



The person below me really likes to snack on Puppy Chow.


Inatangle


quality posts: 129 Private Messages Inatangle
daveinwarshington wrote:The movie title "Fateful Findings" has two words that both start with the letter 'F'.

The letter 'F' is the sixth letter in the alphabet, and it directly follows the letter 'E'.

As for the movie you'll probably love it, hate it or just think it's OK.



The person below me really likes to snack on Puppy Chow.



Actually, I only pretend to like the Puppy Chow.

I challenge people to Puppy Chow eating contests, saying that the winner of the contest has to pay for the bag of Chow that I just purchased if I win. When we have the contest, I eat breakfast cereal that looks exactly like it. Of course I win and get the money.

The losers have no interest in taking the Puppy Chow home. So I take the bag and feed my dog for almost nothing! My next scheme is to find a way to get people to pay my dog's vet bills.


The person below me is planning to open a restaurant that serves nothing but macaroni & cheese, pickles, potato chips, koolaid, and chocolate pudding because those are their favorite foods.

daveinwarshington


quality posts: 87 Private Messages daveinwarshington
Inatangle wrote:
The person below me is planning to open a restaurant that serves nothing but macaroni & cheese, pickles, potato chips, koolaid, and chocolate pudding because those are their favorite foods.


Yes. Taking it further, it's only macaroni & cheese from a box, sweet pickles sliced in 1/8" slices, plain unsalted potato chips, grape KoolAid and chocolate pudding cups from the dollar store.
It's all a person would ever want, I think. I'm hoping everyone else agrees.


The person below me does not like any music. It all has just too many different notes to listen to.