Smeggy Smurf: Nice, admin. Hey you can't say I haven't made it part of my life's study from early on
mhuckins: Ewww liters.
schmez: 9, The Breakfast Club. Hard to believe that's an R film.
brownlady79: schmez: 9, The Breakfast Club. Hard to believe that's an R film.Oh, well in that case, 5 years old.
Go Fast Turn Left: mhuckins: Ewww liters.
doofusgumby: WTF ... insta green?
Satan's Chocolate Starfish: The Meaning Of Life
sjcpjh1: 6. My dad wanted to see Jaws and the only way that was happening is if I was going. I don't even know if he told my mom. We also happened to live in a beach town. I didn't go in the water for about 6 years.
Bathia_Mapes: "The Hospital". I was 20 years old & had just moved to Portland. R-rated movies weren't shown at any theaters in the Eugene/Springfield area back then. (early 70s).I think the movie's rating has been changed to either PG-13 or PG, but I can't remember which.
flaggboy42: sjcpjh1: 6. My dad wanted to see Jaws and the only way that was happening is if I was going. I don't even know if he told my mom. We also happened to live in a beach town. I didn't go in the water for about 6 years.Jaws is PG
pissedoffmick: Satan's Chocolate Starfish: The Meaning Of Lifeis not?
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