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Discussion in 'Community' started by Skeeball236, May 6, 2004.
WHAT A HILLBILLY. OH MY GOD.
But his wife isnt that bad lookin' for a hillbilly.
Still, it makes me wanna dig a hole
But just for the hell of it, not for hunting or crap like that.
that's just a bit much - I'm surprised he didn't shoot his dog or one of the cats one night.....
Too much time on your hands there....
He didn't give the snake recipe. I'll somehow have to do without it.
Same here. I propose a new forum and think we should now have discussions on community, Old Skool, Political and War discussions and Digging a Hole in you back yard.
Actually, he did.
1 Snake (dead, shot in the head)
1 jar of Tony's Spice of Some Sort
put the snake on a baking pan, sprinkle the Tony's Spice of Some Sort on it. Put pan (with snake and spices) in oven. Cook for an indeterminate amount of time. Devour.
he doesn't, however, specify white or red wine. I say play it safe and serve with a rosé.
I was thinking the same! Crickey, I'm feeling guilty spending 5 minutes reading about the hole!
...where was the airport and the Mac?
a few random thoughts.
1) I would do this but my back yard spends a substantial amount of time underwater.
2) How did you convince your wife to let you do this? My wife wouldn't even let my put in a tiny pond (see #1)
3) Ever been to Crater of Diamonds park in Murfreesboro Arkansas? Dig your own diamonds?
I guess everyone needs a hobby
You would think he would just collect stamps
The first thing I do when I have a place of my own will be to dig a hole like that. That would be KICKASS.
Only I'd put a drain in it (wouldn't have helped this guy though) and run electricity, Ethernet, etc. out to it.
We only need two forums:
1. Digging a Hole
2. Other stuff, about computers or whatever
Mr. Deformed Rib Cage Hole Digger uses a PC with Windoz, has a rifle in the hole, and refers to his partner as "his big fat pregnant wife." They'll probably end up raising the poor child in their new add-on, which, I'm sure, has increased the property value by at least $1.99.