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    Re: Asian giant for HC



    [quote user="giantyankee1976"]oops, I'm bubbly now, i LOVE henny but i meant Crown Royal....[:$]
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    not a huge fan of Crown...i like Canadian Club and Wisers Deluxe sooo smooth..</P>


    have a good weekend friend. </P>

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    you too...I'll be BBQing tomorrow afternoon/ eve so...




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    Dr. Richard Stephens and his team at Keele University in
    the United Kingdom just published a study that says swearing actually
    has a pain-lessening effect. (See Mom? It’s healthy!) When we swear, we
    increase our threshold for pain, meaning we can bear it longer and
    don’t feel it as much. Stephens is not sure why this happens, only that
    for some reason, “swearing appears to increase our pain tolerance.”</p>



    For the study, Stephens asked the participants to submerge one hand
    in nearly freezing water for as long as they could while repeating a
    curse word. Later the participants submerged the same hand again, this
    time repeating a word they would use to describe a table. When people
    were cursing, they kept their hand in the water for 40 more seconds
    than they could otherwise. So what were the words that made that
    possible? Turns out they were different for everyone. “We decided at
    the outset that people would give us their own swear words,” Stephens
    said. “Swearing is quite personal and what one person finds extremely
    offensive, someone else may not find offensive at all.” That being
    said, the usual suspects topped the list: s**t, the F word and British
    slang – bollocks!</p>

    **** yeah!!!
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    [quote user="bigblue4417"]

    Dr. Richard Stephens and his team at Keele University in
    the United Kingdom just published a study that says swearing actually
    has a pain-lessening effect. (See Mom? It’s healthy!) When we swear, we
    increase our threshold for pain, meaning we can bear it longer and
    don’t feel it as much. Stephens is not sure why this happens, only that
    for some reason, “swearing appears to increase our pain tolerance.”</p>



    For the study, Stephens asked the participants to submerge one hand
    in nearly freezing water for as long as they could while repeating a
    curse word. Later the participants submerged the same hand again, this
    time repeating a word they would use to describe a table. When people
    were cursing, they kept their hand in the water for 40 more seconds
    than they could otherwise. So what were the words that made that
    possible? Turns out they were different for everyone. “We decided at
    the outset that people would give us their own swear words,” Stephens
    said. “Swearing is quite personal and what one person finds extremely
    offensive, someone else may not find offensive at all.” That being
    said, the usual suspects topped the list: s**t, the F word and British
    slang – bollocks!</p>

    **** yeah!!!
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    LOL!!

    I think it's pretty obvious, when you curse, you are releasing stress. Certain words have become de facto, but yeah, you can make up your own word the relieves stress...

    It reminds me of that Seinfeld episode, George's dad would randomly scream, "Serenity Now!!"



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    Wow!! what a shot!!! Imagine coming outside and seeing this!!!



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    Almost looks fake. Imagine how loud that is.

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    [quote user="bigblue4417"]Almost looks fake. Imagine how loud that is.
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    Yeah, here's the 411....



    <font style="font-size: 1.2em;">This is the moment a a US Navy pilot gave a shocked resident a very close look at his F18.</font>

    <font style="font-size: 1.2em;">The fighter/bomber streaked past an apartment block on the banks of the Detroit River at the weekend.</font></p>

    <font style="font-size: 1.2em;">It was part of a tactical demonstration fly-past to open a speedboat race in the North American city.</font></p>

    <font style="font-size: 1.2em;">Officials waived rules to allow the Navy flyers to swoop under 100ft along the waterway.</font></p>


    <font style="font-size: 1.2em;">One resident said: 'I couldn't
    believe how low they flew and how close they came to our building - I'm
    sure the pilot waved at me.'</font></p>

    <font style="font-size: 1.2em;">The jets had flown in from the Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia to put on a spectacular show for thousands of spectators.</font></p>

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    Re: Asian giant for HC

    Seriously, why does Amy Winehouse look like guy?




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    [quote user="AsianGiant"]Seriously, why does Amy Winehouse look like guy?



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    [quote user="AsianGiant"]Yeah, here's the 411....

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    If you didn't know it would scare the **** out of you...

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