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Ben Delp
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I mean, this shirt is killing me. Over there, people smell great and are generally happy. Over here, less so. I can barely stand myself.
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Have you tried washing them?
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That's just unnatural.
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Molon Labe wrote:
Have you tried washing them?


What is this "washing" you speak of?
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Leave it for a day outside and it would be good.Wash it only when ppl in public transportation starts to openly complain about odor...
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jhebert wrote:
Molon Labe wrote:
Have you tried washing them?


What is this "washing" you speak of?


The Washing of the Threads is an Egyptian occult celebration that occurs on the last day of every month. All of the people bring their threads in baskets to wash them in the River Nile as seen below.

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Quote:
The Washing of the Threads is an Egyptian occult celebration that occurs on the last day of every month. All of the people bring their threads in baskets to wash them in the River Nile as seen below.



Does this coincide with the monthly Purging of the Pipes ceremony that occurs on the third week of the month for all chemical, pesticide, and animal processing plants upriver?
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Osprey wrote:
jhebert wrote:
Molon Labe wrote:
Have you tried washing them?


What is this "washing" you speak of?


The Washing of the Threads is an Egyptian occult celebration that occurs on the last day of every month. All of the people bring their threads in baskets to wash them in the River Nile as seen below.



I think I've heard of this. Something to do with a guy named Zephc, I think.
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Cue:

- the group that beats their threads on the rocks in the fresh cool water and can't fathom how anyone could find that inconvenient when their threads wind up so damn pristine

- the group that have grown up with washing machines and can't fathom how anyone could be bothered wandering down to the river every day

- the group that insists that the only way one's threads could possibly be sacrosanct is when they are cleaned through the slavery indentured labor of a nubile young third world woman

That last group is actually just one post from one guy who's never posted before and nobody can tell if he's serious or not. But it still attracts the most responses anyway.
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