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......Rafo Phoenix reviews an album and does this:

 

:lol: :lol: :lol: *Insert name of killer song here* *Insert some other excellent song here* *Insert name of awesome song here* :lol: :lol: :lol:

 

For some reason, I find that quirk hilarious! I love it!

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Or, does anyone like it when you get carried away with the can opener and sheer off a nipple?

 

Uh, hello?

 

Anyone??

 

Hmmm, where did everybody go? :unsure:

 

 

(When I say "you" I of course do not mean Rafo, who I believe prefers twist-offs.) ;)

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Or, does anyone like it when you get carried away with the can opener and sheer off a nipple?

 

Uh, hello?

 

Anyone??

 

Hmmm, where did everybody go? :unsure:

 

 

(When I say "you" I of course do not mean Rafo, who I believe prefers twist-offs.) ;)

I had heard that about Rafo, he's a dirty bird...

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Or, does anyone like it when you get carried away with the can opener and sheer off a nipple?

 

Uh, hello?

 

Anyone??

 

Hmmm, where did everybody go? :unsure:

 

 

(When I say "you" I of course do not mean Rafo, who I believe prefers twist-offs.) ;)

I had heard that about Rafo, he's a dirty bird...

:wacko::blink:

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This thread reminds me of Captain Oveur in the "Airplane" movies... "Hi, Jimmy! Tell me, do you like movies about gladiators?"

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I'm sorry for hijacking this thread, but when you read a topic header that says, "Does anyone like it when...", well, let's face it. I wasn't thinking about Rafo. No offense, dude. (Even though I like the :lol: quirk, too!) :)

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This thread reminds me of Captain Oveur in the "Airplane" movies... "Hi, Jimmy! Tell me, do you like movies about gladiators?"

"Ever seen a grown man naked?"

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This thread reminds me of Captain Oveur in the "Airplane" movies... "Hi, Jimmy! Tell me, do you like movies about gladiators?"

"Ever seen a grown man naked?"

Joey, Have You Ever been In a Turkish Prison??

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This thread reminds me of Captain Oveur in the "Airplane" movies... "Hi, Jimmy! Tell me, do you like movies about gladiators?"

"Ever seen a grown man naked?"

Joey, Have You Ever been In a Turkish Prison??

 

"Jimmy, do you like it when your dog jumps on your leg and rubs up and down?"

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"James, do you like it when I lick my own balls with your tongue and then place your scrotum into the crevasse your ass cheeks make?"

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......Rafo Phoenix reviews an album and does this:

 

:lol: :lol: :lol: *Insert name of killer song here* *Insert some other excellent song here* *Insert name of awesome song here* :lol: :lol: :lol:

 

For some reason, I find that quirk hilarious! I love it!

:guitbannana: ..because he's a great aor lover,a great hard rock lover and a great metal lover. :guitbannana:

 

 

 

:banana:

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This thread reminds me of Captain Oveur in the "Airplane" movies... "Hi, Jimmy! Tell me, do you like movies about gladiators?"

"Ever seen a grown man naked?"

Joey, Have You Ever been In a Turkish Prison??

 

"Jimmy, do you like it when your dog jumps on your leg and rubs up and down?"

"I know you!! You're Kareem Abdul-Jabbar!!"

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