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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-04-2006, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
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I hear it's the story of two plumbers in love. So which of you are gonna sit in a dark room with a bucket of buttered popcorn on your lap and watch two guys get it on?

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never heard of it. is this a joke related to the movie Brokeback Mountain?

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Oh!!! Sorry. I got the name wrong.

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I doubt I'll see it, I dont like dramas much and this one really isnt my style.

I will use it for joke material such as: "I really enjoyed the time SloRoll and I spent at Brokeback Mountain". I like subtle jokes.

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you mean, Bareback Mountin'?

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"I really enjoyed the time SloRoll and I spent at Brokeback Mountain".
Ya know I love ya man.

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well even though y'all are too scared to go see it.... I went and saw it the other day and I thought it was really a fine film. If anything, the film itself was lovely to look at-- great cinematography and awesome shots of the landscape. The part where they are herding sheep was particularly beautiful.

The story was great; very realistic and very troubling. You really feel sad for just about every character in the film. I really think you'd have to be a complete homophobe to not at least be able to admit it was a good film.

Oh, and you see more naked chicks than you do naked guys. Two boobie shots.
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Oh, and you see more naked chicks than you do naked guys. Two boobie shots.
So did you see it hoping for manroot shots or boobie shots?

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So did you see it hoping for manroot shots or boobie shots?
Neither. Just letting y'all know it's not heavingly disgusting to watch. But I will admit I was a teensie bit jealous of Anne Hathaway's knockers.
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i see what ya mean

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So Sloroll is not just Old he is also gay... is that what they call a Daddy?

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Have you see Brokeback Penguin yet?

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Neither. Just letting y'all know it's not heavingly disgusting to watch. But I will admit I was a teensie bit jealous of Anne Hathaway's knockers.

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So Sloroll is not just Old he is also gay... is that what they call a Daddy?
No, I'm not queer.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.

And, I gotta say, even if I was at the theatre next to one playing that pic I' pull the hoodie up on my sweatshirt before I left just in case.

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And, I gotta say, even if I was at the theatre next to one playing that pic I' pull the hoodie up on my sweatshirt before I left just in case.
Because otherwise people would just find it easy to assume you're gay?

men are so weird.
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Because otherwise people would just find it easy to assume you're gay?

men are so weird.
Yeah. I do wear assless chaps ya know.

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Yeah. I do wear assless chaps ya know.
Between you and chills I am beginning to wonder about clsb clothing styles!
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