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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by RC Pilot, Dec 17, 2011.
The boat is great.
The boat is awesome! Excellent interpretation.
OK missed out on the last one soooo.......
1. soccer field
3. Micro Brewery
4. Accounants office
5. Statue of a famous person
Was going to get Iron Mike However, found out it was not of an actual person but to honor the "Airborne soilder"
So I got this one.
The soldier memorial was fine.
Outstanding grab! What's the new list?
Well, since it seems everything around here is breaking.....
Get 5 different repair shops.
You get the idea.
Sent from my handheld universal data mining enabler
Do we need the word repair on the sign? Or just a place where repairs are done? I am at two right now.
Nah. Post up what you have.
I hope someone gets this, I'm in germany this week.
my plan was...
Nail salon - fingernail repair
Hospital - human repair
Florist - relationship repair
plus the home and car repair signs I did find.
Thats what I'm talking about. Make it fun.
Grab - 5 different repair shops:
Motorcycle/ATV Repair -
Computer Repair -
Watch Repair -
Diesel Repair -
Things your parents may have told you to go do:
Someone flying a kite
A person in a Lake (or other body of water)
Trailhead sign (take a hike)
A Porta-potty (extra points for one with some rope)
Wild card - Get Lost
As usual, outside the box encouraged and a wide range accepted.
Okay, I'm confused. My folks never told me to hit a portacan and I have no idea what you'd do with rope at one... :huh
Piss up a rope. I had to think about that one.
Next you'll say you never heard "Go pound sand"!
Although I stole that from an older friend that still uses that phrase. A bit older than my generation.
I know the expression, but never heard it from my folks.
Aha... Not something I'd have heard from my folks.
I'm one shy, if a lake with a short pier counts for two..... Going for it today, hopefully.
My attempt here...
Go piss up a rope.
Go climb a tree.
Go jump in a lake and take a long walk off a short pier.
Go to Hell (MI).
You are going to hell in a handbasket.