Flesh_Of_The_Fallen_Angel wrote:muteKi wrote:Wikipedia says this: Upholstery is the work of providing furniture, especially seats, with padding, springs, webbing, and fabric or leather covers.
I've come back merely to suggest that, in fact, the odd response would somehow relate to the lovely lady's boobs.
I've never seen the inside of a woman's breast before . . . I must investigate this! Google images to the rescue . . .
EDIT: Google images was a BAD idea! Please, people, don't google it . . . NEVER EVER google it . . . its a very bad ideaVandalDidTricks wrote:I hate to make this tall of a quote stack almost as much as I hate to start sentences with the phrase "As a math major--" however,GodShapedBullet wrote:Afakaz wrote:GodShapedBullet wrote:Not Jeff wrote:sargeras0000 wrote:So Jeff...what is the answer?
Does the carpet really match the drapes?
Check the name, it's Not Jeff. And it only matches in eloquence, never in style.
That's a really classy answer, ~Jeff.
Did you perhaps mean !Jeff? Approximately Jeff doesn't make much sense to me
It shouldn't. I was using the tilde in its role as a logical operator.
Come on, give me some credit.
As a math major, I can say that the tilde sign (~) is perfectly acceptable as a logical operator and means pretty much the same thing as a bang (!) for you computer science people.
I love continueing on pointlessly long quote stacks for the hell of it!
Also, has anyone encountered someone who has naturally dark hair but a naturally ginger beard?
So do I.
And yes, my Dad had dark brown hair and a ginger moustache, when he let it grow. I guess in his case, the drapes didn't match the abrazador.