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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    But where's the fun in that? .for starters we wouldn't get a rise out of the likes you.

    OH DAMN! there I go again, .....thinking that proper machinists, such as yourself, have a sense of humour.
    You didn't get a rise out of me.

    If you asked anyone that actually knows me, they last thing they'd say is that I don't have a sense of humor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lanso View Post
    Yes! What is this doing on here?
    Getting water droplets off the wet asses, crotches, and feet of PM members.

    You want to take over the job, instead?

    I'd sure as Hell hold out for Victoria's Secret models, if it were MY tongue!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Welden View Post
    If you asked anyone that actually knows me, they last thing they'd say is that I don't have a sense of humor.
    Only so they could stay alive ... you did say it would be "the LAST thing they'd say", after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Welden View Post
    It seems like maybe about five years ago people started asking the most retarded off topic questions and it has gone on to become a regular thing you see on here. Now people think it's okay to ask any god damn thing they can think of.
    Now there's a challenge.....

    Aright..

    WHEN you drank out of the toilet as a kid?

    - Did you ENJOY it?

    - Have you yet made a plan to "just stop" doing that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Welden View Post
    You asked about bath towels on a machinist forum. Maybe get tampon recommendations too?
    Sure, and just what do you recommend?

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    If ever a thread needed closing, I'm thinking this is it.

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    +1 on that Ray, ...I've pushed my luck far enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenh View Post
    I just drip dry.
    I dont bathe.

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    I find that a 1% solution of trim sol coolant works great as a final rinse in the shower. It makes the water run right off my body just like the multicolor stuff in the car wash does. As a plus it leaves me smelling just like work. Who needs a towel, I just put on my coolant soaked clothing from the day before and I am good to go.

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    These are excellent towels: https://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/7074...instH3R%2Fg%3D

    I have several of them.

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    Guys: Don't wrestle in the mud with a pig. First, you'll never pin him. Second, you have to realize that while you don't like being in the mud, the pig absolutely loves it.

    Seriously, you just encourage him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbent View Post
    This is one of those threads that would definitely NOT be improved by pics.


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    Usually after several washings they will start to soak up water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loggerhogger View Post
    Usually after several washings they will start to soak up water.

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    Not really, they don't.

    They just gradually acquire enough embedded LINT from whatever else they are washed and dried with to pretend better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Welden View Post
    Maybe the stupidest topic I've ever seen on here.
    Wait until someone complains about the import toilet paper.

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    Steve: THAT is one UGLY muhfug !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rons View Post
    Wait until someone complains about the import toilet paper.
    No fear.

    Artilleryman as Enlisted, Engineer as an Officer. Both tribes specify broken glass as one-upsmanship over Arabs and gravel.

    No Fine Way anyone in the PM tribe is going to be the first to admit to a rose-petal-fragile coondingy anyway.

    Not unless our John decides he has to PROVE he has a sense of humour?

    Tough job, if so. Some might figure him for using "end" mills, as easily irritated as he can become.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Monarchist View Post
    No fear.

    Artilleryman as Enlisted, Engineer as an Officer. Both tribes specify broken glass as one-upsmanship over Arabs and gravel.

    No Fine Way anyone in the PM tribe is going to be the first to admit to a rose-petal-fragile coondingy anyway.

    Not unless our John decides he has to PROVE he has a sense of humour?

    Tough job, if so. Some might figure him for using "end" mills, as easily irritated as he can become.

    Irritating hemorrhoids, "End" mills might work. What rpm is best?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rons View Post
    Irritating hemorrhoids, "End" mills might work. What rpm is best?
    Wouldn't know.

    New tissue rejected me, last transplant operation, so I'm still having to make do with borrowing the ones that present themselves on the internet.

    "Offshore" manufacturing as it is, the Danish ones have proven to be cheaper and more durable than growing your own anyway. Their consistency and precision, OTOH, is below normal specs.

    Guess we could trust to JW for his Made in USA "F**tard" branded carbide HSM-grade irritating hemorrhoids, but Oy! The price of balancing them for 20,000 RPM use!


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