NFR: Profanity

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by PT, Jul 8, 2007.

  1. chadk Be the guide...

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    I'm surprised it took you 4 pages to figure that one out...
  2. Zen Piscator Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.

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    Biologicly impossible. More simply, logicly impossible.
  3. Old Man Just an Old Man

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    I did last year and you never looked me up. Besides I don't drink nothing stronger than Diet Coke. Just let me know when you are in the area and at what fly shop you are hanging around and I will look you up. It is simpler that way.

    Jim
  4. GATOR9 Hey you guys

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    The "ZEN" has spoken, it is now over.
  5. JS Active Member

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    Wow! Actually they grow wings and fly to the salt then come back to the ponds anually.
  6. Mike Etgen Not Quite A Luddite, But Can See One From Here

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    I guess, if you support the idea that it somehow added something to the quality of the thread to correct someone in condescending fashion about how they choose to describe a fish.

    That would show as much class as someone rushing in to correct Zen's spelling. Oops. Which should actually, maybe, lead to an indictment of Washington Public education, or questions about state of Montana college enrollment standards, or a discussion of the casual nature of online communication in general.

    In other words, in a discussion generally (though not completely) devoid of the thought process, Andy's post was hardly the winner, but certainly a representative of the lowest common denominator.

    C U L8R :rolleyes:
  7. Denny Active Member

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    I think Old Man is a little jealous cuz Coach Puff is taking over the role as resident website grouch.

    I prefer Old Man. Although testy and opinionated, at least he's courteous.
  8. PT Physhicist

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    Why don't we just let this fall off the page. Wasn't trying to do anything other than give people a little something to think about.

    Which 5 wt. should I buy?
  9. Jon Borcherding New Member

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    I hear TFO is gonna make a purple one and donate some of the profits to testicle cancer survivors.:clown:

    JonB
  10. Gary Thompson dirty dog

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    Which 5wt should you buy? Well the one that feels right.
    It must be the heat has gotten to everyones head.
    Take a long walk off into a cold creek. I hear OMJ knows of some really cold ones.
  11. PT Physhicist

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    Glad I won't be the recipient of any of their funds.:thumb:
  12. Tim Garton Member

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    What? You don't plan to survive?

    Sorry. Mine was just another errant slap shot post in the virtual hockey arena of on-line discussion forums. I'll head to the locker room and shower out. :rolleyes:
  13. Jon Borcherding New Member

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    :rofl:
    JonB
  14. Old Man Just an Old Man

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    Sloan Creek. I wet waded it one time in the middle of summer. Damn near froze my gonads off. That was one cold creek. But the mosquito's are about the size of 727's and sting like a bee. And the fish are real wary. Hit and disappear all in a second.

    Jim
  15. SeaRun Fanatic Member

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    Laughable, dude. Simply laughable. Not only can you not read others' posts objectively, apparently you can't read your own either!:rofl:
  16. slippery_whippet Member

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    OK, you got me there. As they were/are still caught behind a beaver dam and the water is low, they are technically "land-challenged" at the present time. How's that for political correctness?

    --Slippery :thumb:
  17. Dave Hartman is tired of trout

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    I think all fish are "land-challenged".
  18. kpl04 Member

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  19. SeaRun Fanatic Member

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  20. Tim Garton Member

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    :rofl: