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Old 03-14-2014, 04:43 PM   #11
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No he won't … because Lord knows, he can't change.
This may be true, but even a Simple Man could do it.

The worst part isn't the pain, though. The worst part is that when it's all over and all the wounds have healed, your memory will find a way to remind you. You'll be just starting to pour the water and you'll be like, "Ooo, that smell, can't you smell that smell?" because the smell of burned foot surrounds you.


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Old 03-14-2014, 04:48 PM   #12
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"Ooo, that smell, can't you smell that smell?" because the smell of burned foot surrounds you.


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burned foot so that's the smell
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I was thinkin' more like ain't foolin' around 'cus I done had my fun. Ain't gonna see no more damage done...Gimme back my bullets!

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This wouldnt have happened on a Tuesday by any chance? Oh well its long gone!

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Gone with the wind...

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Big Jim has been drinking whiskey, and playing poker on a losing night.
He should have been drinking beer...

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I have forgotten to close the valve on my fermentation and bottling buckets several times . What a sticky mess on the kitchen floor . also forgot to empty out that chiller and dropped it in the boil to sanitize . Pumped out some water into my wort . did not harm anything .

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