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Re: Built in knee pads

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03-28-2014 04:19:52

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:lol: :lol: They "hole up"???!!! Not the endorsement I'd be looking for!! :lol: :lol:

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03-28-2014 06:48:29

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 Re: Built in knee pads in reply to Bret4207, 03-28-2014 04:19:52  
I'm sorry, "hole up" SORRY HOLD UP. LOL LOL LOL LOL

Where I live some people leave the letter L out of there words. Like pole is poe, hole is hoe, flag is fag. Some people build a poe barn. Dig a hoe. Put a poe in hoe and then put a fag in top of poe. LOL

My excuse is I'm getting OD, (old)

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03-29-2014 05:13:31

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 Re: Built in knee pads in reply to George Marsh, 03-28-2014 06:48:29  
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No prob George. Up here something that got hot got "het up", a battery is a "bat-tree" and some of the town names will drive you nuts- Madrid is "Mad-rid", Theresa is "Thuh-ree-sa", Pitcairn is "Pit-krin", Pyrites is "Pie-ri-tease" and Depeyster is "Dee-poi-ster". Took me a while to get the hang of the vernacular since I came from French-Canadian country with a bit of old Vermont thrown in. It can get pretty confusing.

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03-29-2014 08:35:34

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 Re: Built in knee pads in reply to Bret4207, 03-29-2014 05:13:31  
I have AAADD, Advanced Age Attention Defficiet Disorder. When it comes to spelling, I'm lucky to get the right letters in the wrong order.

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