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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by banjaxed, Feb 18, 2017.
Thanks a lot.
I thought it might be funnier to strap a child seat with a life-like doll onto the top, but I bet there are any number of all-purpose laws against causing such a distraction in traffic. A hefty fine at the very least.
How do you park your car in the basement?
I drive it through the rec room,down the stairs and park it beside the washer and dryer.
Don't be hatin'.
Clearly he's playing a Gm11 chord.
I grabbed this short clip from Man, Fire, Food. Roger's taking a fly fishing lesson while in Texas.
You'll need the volume up a bit to proberly hear the audio.
As a Canadian, I had no idea I was supposed to be a natural at fly fishing.
Now that's an expression I never use. I never really hear it being used either.
I think it's common in eastern parts and up north. Cheers, Barrie.
It's funny you say that Barrie. What show was that way back when, SCTV? If that is correct, they wore the expression out.
A few years ago Mrs. Lover and I attended the Grand Old Opry at the Ryman Auditorium (what a venue!). Sitting next to us were two families from Alberta. We had a lots of fun visiting with them before the show and during intermissions. And yes, they said 'eh'.
I'll be they did ... LOL!
I'd forgotten all about SCTV (Second City Television). I watched the odd show here and there, but never followed it.
I guess the half wit humor wasn't quite my thing. Cheers, Barrie.
SCTV's "Canadian Corner" was originally a filler sketch to make up the extra 2 minutes or so that was the difference between the US and Canadian broadcasts.
Then it became a regular item.
Bob & Doug Mackenzie, to be confused with Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley.
He blowed up real good!