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2013-01-06 03:54:12 PM  
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rmatthewware: Depends on what he plans on doing to the igloo once he's done with it.

"My girlfriend's mother had a brilliant idea of building an igloo and thought it would keep me busy, away from her daughter in some respect"

In short, it was a plot to keep him from getting laid, that seems very likely to have backfired.
2013-01-06 03:00:40 PM  
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darthdrafter: McRat: I'm going to add 'consummating an igloo' to my winter TO-DO list.

Cool design, but I'm going with this method.

Not normally a grammar Nazi, but shouldn't the word be "consecrate" instead of "consummate"?

Well, it is an ass-igloo after all.
2013-01-06 01:23:38 PM  
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sgnilward: What's an ass-igloo?

Italian butt adhesive?
2013-01-06 06:36:03 AM  
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dagnabit. obvious hemorrhoid sufferer that i am, was hoping for something completely different that provided sweet welcomed relief.
2013-01-06 05:42:27 AM  
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