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We Live In A Consumer World. (Yeah we do, yeah we do) by Kid. on 2003-02-19 15:38:56

This is an odd topic, that I'd like to see take off well. Essentially its a things you ought to own list. I want people to number in the first column and then reply to each specific answer, so that all the numbers go down under blue boxes. I've got one idea. So I'll start up with that.

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1. A Good Belt. by Kid. on 2003-02-19 15:42:56  |  Reply to this
  This good belt ought to be old, so it has had time to grow to your body and get to that point where it almost ties itself round your waist when you wear it. Ideally it would be black, but I won't rule out ladies wearing other coloured belts (I don't like the idea of men in odd colours, but women look great, and can dress snappily in any colour really (depending on body shape, really). So yes. I vote, first, for a good belt.
2. A good wallet by Ringo* on 2003-02-20 15:33:44  |  Reply to this
  A good wallet is most definetly something you should own. A wallet says a lot about you so i guess its kinda a style thing too. [p] there's teh generic black wallet and tehn teh designer ones. Kid you know all about the feel of a wallet.[/p] [p] anyway theres my suggestion for today[/p]
Re: 2. A good wallet by Kid on 2003-02-20 16:49:13  |  Reply to this
  I do indeed. As you know, it has to be a softer wallet rather than the glazed finish (depsite the fact that I know the glaze wears off) for me. And a pocket for change in it. Important things, wallets...good answer, mate.
Re: Re: 2. A good wallet by Wash! on 2003-02-21 17:29:02  |  Reply to this
  But use these brackets: for your HTML you little bugger!
Re: We Live In A Consumer World. (Yeah we do, yeah we do) by 3. Robot on 2003-02-22 13:07:22  |  Reply to this
  I really believe I ought to own a robot. A personal assistant robot such as the one produced by Honda, would be helpful around the home. I would program it to prepare meals, clean everywhere possible & practical, fix gadgets, walk the dogs, and answer the phone with my vocal patterns and mannerisms. I could be freed up to do just about nothing. JohnnyG
3. Robot by UHHHhhhhh, Robot on 2003-02-22 13:15:26  |  Reply to this
  I made this post already. I screwed up that number thing that was going quite nicely. Sorry bout that. Oh yahh, watch that "Trigger Happy TV", that's a funny export to American television. And if you can afford it, buy a robot, I think they cost some serious coin. JohnnyG
4. A magic Internet Eraser by The real robot on 2003-02-25 03:03:49  |  Reply to this
  So you can clear up messes like that stuff up above.
Re: 4. A magic Internet Eraser by The fake robot on 2003-02-25 13:36:03  |  Reply to this
  ALL of that stuff above this post and below the others.
5. Something To File Their Nails On by Kid on 2003-02-27 15:41:56  |  Reply to this
  But nothing too nice. So not an emery board, but not your trousers either. A mid-ground thing. I use the latter of the two above, but I'd dearly love something less damaging to my trews upper legs....
6. A loaf of bread by Ringo * on 2003-03-02 04:46:09  |  Reply to this
  Cos im hungry and cant make sandwiches cos i don't have any bread.
Re: We Live In A Consumer World. (Yeah we do, yeah we do) by donkey raper on 2003-03-03 10:45:26  |  Reply to this
  my own crack farm in columbia, a strip club in vegas, and a mitsubishi gt 3000 4wd turbo in a metalic silver, ect., ect.,ect.,ect.,ect.,ect.,ect,.ect,.ect.,ect.,ect.,ect...
Re: Re: We Live In A Consumer World. (Yeah we do, yeah we do) by Wash! on 2003-03-03 15:17:34  |  Reply to this
  While in Columbia, be sure to say "Soy un gilipollas" They'll catch your drift!