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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by billygoat22


    nxxxxx rigged



    That was just so common, even when I was a kid. There was

    niggxx knockin

    a niggxx knob on the steering wheel

    Where'd you get that coat? "Stole it off a dead niggxx"

    Then my dad, always his favorite curse was "Why you cotton picker!" I didn't figure that one out for years. And Jew and Polock, and Itallian, and Mexican slams as a part of everyday conversation. I'm glad those days are long gone.
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
    Walter Matthau

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    My dad was the same way Spotts. Only thing is that he never meant any disrespect for anyone and we were always exposed to many races of peoples that my dad brought home from work for dinner and sometimes to spend the night.

    I didn't realize that such racial terms were "offensive" till I got into junior high school. My fiance still cringes over being called a "Jew broad" now and then, even though she adores my dad. He just never thought of these terms as being offensive.
    Government is a disease...
    ...masquerading as its own cure…
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    Talking Be prepared !

    Slow as Christmas
    Hey, slow like a frog walking
    hoo, your feet don't fit no limb
    Your so ugly you would make a frieght train back up a dirt road.

    If ugly was a crime you would be on death row.

    Rooster Boot Texas , population I think with all the rednecks about 600..

    And you should have slapped the doctor; when you were born and told him to put you back for another couple of months.

    Gett-R-done

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    Not that I am an oldie, but I picked up a lot from hangin around my dad the "mechanic" in the garage.

    "That's as helpfull as a fu$% in the ass"

    "I can use that like a hole in the head"

    "rode hard and put up wet"

    "better than a two dollar hoar"

    Are these oldies or just dirty old mechanic lingo?

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    I used to work with a older guy doing hvac before I started with my dad. He had all kinds of sayings. My favorite was "Its hotter than 2 rats ****in in a wool sock".
    Life is like a jar of jalapenos. What you do today might burn your ass tomorrow.

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    Tighter than Dicks hat band...

    "Value our Differences"

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    What's good for the goose is good for the gander.
    Karst means cave. So, I search for caves.

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    Hotter than a pail full of red ants

    Darker than a stack of black cats

    Colder than a well digger's boot

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    colder than a well diggers ass

    colder than a witches tit

    tatter chunk down the road

    dumber than a post

    busy'r than 3 legged man in an ass kicken contest

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    ain't worth a pinch of coon****

    she walks like two bobcats in a burlap bag

    (by the way, "You can't tell yer arse from a hole in the ground." was first said on a golf course.)

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    Don't eat the yellow snow.

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    Lower than a snake's belly in a wagon rut.

    Walleyed hoosier

    Like shootin fish in a barrel

    Tighter than an ant's ass stretched over a rain barrel

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    "You don't have to keep running after you already caught the bus."

    My wife just loves that one!!!!
    R2B4BTU

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