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Canuckistan
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So we got together yesterday. We blasphemed, we lusted and we watched some hockey. Oh, and we also talked to people across the continent.

You know, we need to do this more often!

So after lunch at the restaurant with NobleHunter and Nonny, as well as TwoGuys, foglifter, MapleLeaf, Squeaky and her companion, we paid a visit to the local supermarket. We had a birthday cake to pick up.

MapleLeaf was quite happy with the cake. But we were honoured when Bobblehead Jesus also showed up for the festivities. We then all sang Happy Birthday, Mr. Saviour, thereby guaranteeing a seat in hell for the lot of us. [lol]

MapleLeaf bonded with our new friend, so not all was lost. And we did attack the cake like there was no tomorrow.

Of course, what would a Toronto meet be without everyone in my bed?

Yes, we all had a good time. Of course, some had a better time than others. Much, much better. [lol]

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Nice. It's a shame i had prior engagements. Had i come to this one, i might not have passed out in a restaurant washroom.
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Signora Del Drago
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Yleemjseg, why did you pass out in a restaurant washroom? I noticed you said that in another thread and didn't want to pry, but since you've posted it twice (that I've seen), I'm asking because I'm concerned that you may have been ill. Was there someone with you to help you? What a scary experience that must have been. I hope you're okay, now.

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Jenn
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quote:
Originally posted by Canuckistan:
And we did attack the cake like there was no tomorrow.

Roman workmanship, I assume?

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Yleemjseg
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Yeah, it was weird. I don't know why, since i'd only had two drinks. One of the guys in the party came in to the restroom to see if i was okay, and my nausea/dizzy spell had passed, so i said i was okay. so, i'm standing next to him at the sink, and next thing i know, he's puttting me in a chair. Half an hour later, i was fine again.
He's a strong, athletic guy, and i'm a rake, so he caught me and carried me easily. My wife was feeling dizzy earlier in the day, so i think we might have caught some weird bug, and maybe the little bit of alcohol i had made things worse for me. Passing out is very disorienting, and i think i've only ever done it once before.

Thinking about it, if i was out, maybe it was better that i was with him, and another girl in our group was a First Medical Responder. Not that i don't trust the snopes meet people, but these friends knew me better and i was much closer to home. (you know, to put it back on topic) I would have liked some Jesus cake though.

I appreciate the concern, and i will try to make the next meet, and stay concious throughout.

I don't think that there were enough candles on the cake. Canuckistan has mentioned to me that they represent the 12 days of Christmas, but i think that if it's a birthday, there should be 2006 candles.

Edited for typos made while trying to type and hold a baby at the same time.

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Screw a midwest meet. I'm coming up for a Toronto meet. Y'all look like you had a good time.

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Jenn
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quote:
Originally posted by Yleemjseg:
i'm a rake

Aw, don't put yourself down like that. You seem very nice to me.

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Bonnie
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quote:
Originally posted by Jenn:
quote:
Originally posted by Canuckistan:
And we did attack the cake like there was no tomorrow.

Roman workmanship, I assume?
Which just goes to show that you can have your cake and eat et tu, Brute.

-- Bonnie

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quote:
Originally posted by Bonnie:
quote:
Originally posted by Jenn:
quote:
Originally posted by Canuckistan:
And we did attack the cake like there was no tomorrow.

Roman workmanship, I assume?
Which just goes to show that you can have your cake and eat et tu, Brute.

-- Bonnie

[Eek!] No! No! BAD! [Smile]

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Signora Del Drago
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quote:
Originally posted by Bonnie:
quote:
Originally posted by Jenn:
quote:
Originally posted by Canuckistan:
And we did attack the cake like there was no tomorrow.

Roman workmanship, I assume?
Which just goes to show that you can have your cake and eat et tu, Brute.

-- Bonnie

Okay, I love puns and can drive people bonkers with them, but that one was just too much, even for me!  - Loved it!

Yleemjseg, glad to hear you're okay and hope you guys are over whatever bug that was. I've only passed out a few times, and it's an awful feeling. I hate the feeling right before - kind of nauseated and in a cold sweat. Yecch.

Canuckie, looks like you guys had a blast. There are six people in your bed but eight, counting you, were listed as attending the meet. Did NobleHunter take that photo? I recognize others from previous photos, but please name each of the two young ladies. Which one is foglifter, and which one is Squeaky. Did I miss a photo of Squeaky's companion? Thanks, Pal.

Oh, and there seems to be a disproportionate number of photos of MapleLeaf. Hmmmm. [Wink]

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GiftHunter
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I'm stealing the answer from Canuckistan, bwahahaha. And why do I look terrible in all the pics, hmmmm?

The bed photo was taken by Squeaky's boyfriend, who should be showing up here in the near future if he knows what's good for him.

Nonny wasn't able to stay after she got syphilis and gonorrhea from Twoguys. That or she had previous obligations or something.

Squeaky is the pretty one in the jester hat on the left and foglifter is the pretty girl on the right. I'm the one sprawled out at the foot of the bed.

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Canuckistan
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quote:
Originally posted by Signora Del Drago, G.R.I.T.S.:
Canuckie, looks like you guys had a blast. There are six people in your bed but eight, counting you, were listed as attending the meet. Did NobleHunter take that photo? I recognize others from previous photos, but please name each of the two young ladies. Which one is foglifter, and which one is Squeaky. Did I miss a photo of Squeaky's companion? Thanks, Pal.

Wow. Demanding little thing, aren't ya? [Razz]

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Oh, and there seems to be a disproportionate number of photos of MapleLeaf.
Well, he keeps doing insane things. What do you expect?

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GiftHunter
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You keep asking him to do insane things.

And here I'd thought that I had managed to spank Canuckistan but he didn't answer Signora's questions so I didn't. [Frown]

And, yes, I could've done it at the meet, but then it would have ended up on camera, and who knows where that would have ended.

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Silas Sparkhammer
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So...here I am at home, typing a message (to Doug4.7) on snopes...and suddenly I get a phone call from a bunch of drunk Canadians!

It was so cool! We are all in complete and utter awe at this world: hooray for the "information age" where we, who have interests in common but are otherwise wholly disparate, can find each other!

I was so at a loss for words, I kept saying "Gosh," and "Jeepers" and "Jinkies" and even "Gollywompers!"

Love ya, Canuckistan! Never stop partying!

Silas

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Signora Del Drago
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Thank you  - NobleGiftHunter! I just couldn't figure it out by myself. I think one reason I was so confused is because you look very different in that photo, with your face kind of upside-downish, and I had wondered if maybe you were Squeaky's fellow.

Yep, Canuckie, I'm demanding, but did you notice I usually get what I want? Send me all of your money.
::insert maniacal laughter here.::  -


MapleLeaf does seem like a real cut-up  - , so I suppose that's understandable. I thought maybe he bribed  - you, or something.

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Canuckistan
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quote:
Originally posted by GiftHunter:
You keep asking him to do insane things.

Nah, he kept volunteering. And you know that's true.

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And here I'd thought that I had managed to spank Canuckistan but he didn't answer Signora's questions so I didn't. [Frown]
Why would I answer Signora's questions when you had already answered them for me?

quote:
And, yes, I could've done it at the meet, but then it would have ended up on camera, and who knows where that would have ended.
Probably on The Smoking Gun. [Eek!]

quote:
Originally posted by Silas Sparkhammer:
So...here I am at home, typing a message (to Doug4.7) on snopes...and suddenly I get a phone call from a bunch of drunk Canadians!

It was so cool! We are all in complete and utter awe at this world: hooray for the "information age" where we, who have interests in common but are otherwise wholly disparate, can find each other!

I was so at a loss for words, I kept saying "Gosh," and "Jeepers" and "Jinkies" and even "Gollywompers!"

Love ya, Canuckistan! Never stop partying!

It just wouldn't be a Toronto meet if we didn't call Silas. It just wouldn't, I tells ya!

ETA: And, of course, I love you too, Silas!

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I think I will need to find a way to move to Canada. What's the weather in Toronto like?
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Canuckistan
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Right now, it's actually not bad. But you have to like both extremely humid and extreme windchills -- sometimes in the same hour!

Oh, to those who were here last night: in my cleanup, I found a calendar and a pair of mittens. If they are yours, contact me.

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Rhea
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quote:
Originally posted by Canuckistan:
Right now, it's actually not bad. But you have to like both extremely humid and extreme windchills -- sometimes in the same hour!

Sounds like home. [Smile]

It's not really on a coast, but it's next to a big lake, which is close enough. And it has at least one university which I assume has a medical program.

Ok, I'm moving.

(Now that I look at the map it seems Toronto is just a little bit further away than Philly. Odd, I always pictured Canada to be really far away.)

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quote:
Originally posted by Canuckistan:
Oh, to those who were here last night: in my cleanup, I found a calendar and a pair of mittens. If they are yours, contact me.

Pshaw -- that's nothing. When we got married, I stayed at a hotel the night before the wedding (the reception site) and DH and the groomsmen stayed at our house and got ready for the wedding there. When DH and I came back from our honeymoon I found a pair of leopard-print briefs behind our master bathroom door! [Eek!]

And they turned out to be from the one guy I would have least suspected.

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Everyone was at least somewhat sadly disapointed to discover that I was but one guy, and for the first part of the evening I was not even wearing a hat!

I did make up for it though, as a set of pictures exist of me as TwoHatswithaGuy as well as the rainbow flamed candles upon Jesus' bday cake. Though I think those will have to wait until Squeaky uploads her photos.

quote:
Originally posted by Rhea:
(Now that I look at the map it seems Toronto is just a little bit further away than Philly. Odd, I always pictured Canada to be really far away.)

If you are in the right part of PA, you can even get a radio station from London. Rumour has it FM96 is even the #1 radio station in Erie.

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Canuckistan
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quote:
Originally posted by Jocko's Jolly:
When we got married, I stayed at a hotel the night before the wedding (the reception site) and DH and the groomsmen stayed at our house and got ready for the wedding there. When DH and I came back from our honeymoon I found a pair of leopard-print briefs behind our master bathroom door! [Eek!]

And they turned out to be from the one guy I would have least suspected.

Pat Robertson?

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No, but you're close, the guy is a cantor at Mass at his church. I was able to embarass him years later when I asked his wife if he still had the leopard-prints (he wasn't married or even dating her at the time of our wedding)!

I also found out from DH and the guys that another friend of his from law school has a foot fetish -- at DH's bachelor party, they went to some strip clubs and this guy kept trying to bribe the dancers into taking off their shoes!

It's amazing what one finds out about one's friends. It also makes it hard to carry on normal conversations sometimes (I keep fighting this urge to ask his wife what kind of shoes she has in the closet at home!). Luckily we don't see them often enough to make this painful!

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It will be a bit before I get my pics up as I'm waiting for the next photo challenge to finish off my film, but I have a lovely posed shot of Gonorrhea and Syphilis getting cozy (as they do) and one of Squeaky almost YOMANKING all over the table at something He-Who-Comes-As-A-Free-Bonus-Gift-When-You-Order-Squeaky said.

Nonny

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Looks like you all had fun, I wish I could have made it. Alas, a 3 hour drive just wasn't in the cards. hopfully next time. I feel left out of canuck's bed.

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I feel very honored to have received a phone call from the people in Canuckie's bed. And having Canadians discuss hockey with me as if I were an equal was also an honor. [Wink]

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Canuckistan
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quote:
Originally posted by callee:
I feel left out of canuck's bed.

Don't worry. I always take a picture of you to bed with me. That way, you'll always be there with me. Together. [Eek!]

[Razz]

quote:
Originally posted by Minstrel gone caroling:
I feel very honored to have received a phone call from the people in Canuckie's bed. And having Canadians discuss hockey with me as if I were an equal was also an honor. [Wink]

Yeah, we won't hold the whole ... :shudder: ... Red Wings thing against you. [Razz]

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LeaflessMapleTree
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quote:
Originally posted by Minstrel gone caroling:
I feel very honored to have received a phone call from the people in Canuckie's bed. And having Canadians discuss hockey with me as if I were an equal was also an honor. [Wink]

Oh, that reminds me - Silas had the best hockey quote of the night:

Me: We were just watching the hockey game. The Leafs beat the New York Rangers 9-2!

Silas: Well, I guess it's our fault for trying to get involved.

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Looks like you had a great time...and I wouldn't have had to worry about the weather at all. So I still went to my annoying 3-hour rehearsal and missed getting into bed with Canuck. Plus the Pens got their asses kicked by Montreal. Life just isn't fair.

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