Who Shit in My Left Ear?

Discussion in 'Pure Bull' started by al-Hallaj Kabir Ali, Apr 3, 2007.

  1. I can only hear half of my music!
     
  2. Spin around in circles for simulated stereo. Cheers!
     
  3. stinkfoot

    stinkfoot truth

    If you spin fast enough the shit might centrifuge out your ear. Be sure you surround yourself with coworkers.
     
  4. What's a cow orker?
     
  5. stinkfoot

    stinkfoot truth

    It's co-worker without the hyphen and a confusingly placed space.

    I originally omitted the hyphen because there's a shortage of those here.
     
  6. I know it---just jivvin' you dude! The word has always amused me. LOL
     
  7. stinkfoot

    stinkfoot truth

    Oh damn...
    and I wasted a perfectly good hyphen explaining the term.

    Those little dashes are soooooooo difficult to come by these days. It used to be that you could pick up a dozen for the price of an asterisk but not now! I think it's a government conspiracy- (<------oops, there's one!) allowing the corporate hyphen giants to artificially shorten the supply to drive prices up!
     
  8. Hello! I had a slack job today so I had a bit of time to think about shit in an ear, spinning around and simulated stereo music. I soon figured out that spinning around wouldn’t help with the music problem but probably would be a fun way to get shit out of an ear. Anyway tomorrow my job will be to continue on what I was doing today – cleaning then spreading horse manor on flower beds. So if I had shit in my ear I could spin around and be like a spreader. Cheers!
     
  9. At last! A voice of sanity! LOL
     
  10. Golly I hope your not talking about me I have a reputation to uphold. People don’t give you a hard time or try to ripe you off if they figure you are a nut bar. Anyway I was wondering if you found the new music you were looking for awhile back. Cheers!
     
  11. TigerLily77

    TigerLily77 Member

    Did you read the play "Hamlet?" :p
     
  12. ChicosDeBama

    ChicosDeBama Banned

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