Should we take our playful puppy to the bricks?

Poll ended at Sep 19th, '07, 00:24

Hells ya!
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18%
No! No bricks! He shall play on!
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35%
4 serious, guys? What the hell are you talking about?
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47%
 
Total votes: 17

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Sep 4th, '07, 00:24
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Tomasini...bricks or no bricks?

by Mary R » Sep 4th, '07, 00:24

He's such a fun wiggly puppy. I miss him when he's not brightening up the boards with tales from his tea front.

I respect his rights to remain brick free.

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Sep 6th, '07, 21:56
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by tomasini » Sep 6th, '07, 21:56

:shock: i miss you too

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Sep 6th, '07, 23:35
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by Mary R » Sep 6th, '07, 23:35

Aw! Warm Fuzzies abound!

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Sep 9th, '07, 08:37
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by tomasini » Sep 9th, '07, 08:37

haha oh my...what in the world... :shock:

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Sep 9th, '07, 10:42
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by Chip » Sep 9th, '07, 10:42

bricks and Tomasini...I confess I am totally lost unless this is a TEAmafia 8) thing, bricks tied to his ankles before tossing him into the Rio Grande. In which case, I am all in.

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by Mary R » Sep 9th, '07, 10:48

Oh, it was a silly discussion about how some users can be annoying and some just downright endearing. (Fear not, Tomasini...you are definitely endearing!)

Someone had mentioned something about how many new users should have 'restrictions,' which led to a discussion of neutering and because I'd called Tomasini a playful puppy earlier in the conversation, someone mentioned a neutering technique involving a pair of bricks and blunt force trauma. Then someone said something about how there should be a poll on taking the bricks to the puppy to see who could catch the reference...and yeah. It escalated.

It was a very, very, very silly conversation.

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by Space Samurai » Sep 9th, '07, 11:09

Yes it was, and I apologize for my part in it. :?

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by Scarlet Glow » Sep 9th, '07, 11:16

Ha ha! You guys are crazy...

However, if this 'bricking' is your hazing for being a newbie on this site... I think I might just browse around for another one. :wink:

Kidding, just kidding... don't hurt me :?

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Sep 9th, '07, 11:21
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by Chip » Sep 9th, '07, 11:21

...and females are "hobbled"

That endearing ritual as seen in "Misery" and forced to pick tea.

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Sep 9th, '07, 20:19
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by tomasini » Sep 9th, '07, 20:19

:shock: :shock: hey hey! The neutering thing...we can do without that

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by Wesli » Sep 9th, '07, 21:08

By bricks, I assume we're talking LEGO bricks?

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by xine » Sep 10th, '07, 12:36

Thanks for the neutering clarification, which sounds horrific, but anyway- in my neck of the woods, 'Taking someone to the Bricks' is a lovely Newark, NJ/Brick City reference...as in, someone's not coming home tonight... :shock:

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by fencerdenoctum » Sep 11th, '07, 02:02

I guess it is my turn to fess up.

It was me who brought up the phrase "give 'em the bricks" during the "playful puppy" conversation. I've heard the phrase many a time living in my hometown. In no way do I condone the "bricking" of any animal (or tomasini) as a means of neutering.

Tomasini, run free....before we all catch you. *wink*

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by tomasini » Sep 11th, '07, 15:05

In no way do I condone the "bricking" of any animal (or tomasini) as a means of neutering.

:shock:
i think i just threw up a little.

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by Eastree » Sep 11th, '07, 21:08

Don't waste tea like that. Learn to hold it down.

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