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lessthanjake







PostPosted: December 20, 2003 2:28 AM 

Man who works at the stationary store where Elaine goes to buy a pencil for Mr Pitt, who isn't fond of ink. The pencil has to be ordered, so Elaine gives him Jerry's phone number to call when it comes in. Elaine eventually buys the pencil at another store, which makes her feel bad. She agrees to go out with him.


Staionary Store Guy: I went ALL the way down to the warehouse. It took me three hours. I had a big fight with the foreman.

Elaine: Really? A fight with the foreman?

Stationary Store Guy: Yes.

Harrisstottle


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PostPosted: July 13, 2014 11:32 PM 

This is hardly a memorable line. It's definitely no assman piece of business.
I carried watermelons?

Harrisstottle


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PostPosted: July 13, 2014 11:35 PM 

Anyone who claims
'It's probably my favourite line ever on any TV show ever. ' is clearly hopped up on the devils lettuce.

bjannan


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PostPosted: July 13, 2014 11:37 PM 

A classic line. So understated. People who don't like it obviously lack the intelligence to 'get' it's subtle beauty and perfect delivery.
Aristotle was the worst philosopher btw.

bjannan


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PostPosted: July 13, 2014 11:45 PM 

If I ever find you Harristottle, I'm going to ram my steel capped boot so far up your ass that you'll be coughing up boot polish for a month.
When people ask you what happened, you'll say "I had a fight with the foreman" and then you'll cry.

I eat pieces of sh!t like you for breakfast.

harrisstottle


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PostPosted: July 13, 2014 11:49 PM 

whats the deal with you eating shit for breakfast?
wanna get some peizza?



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