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Thursday, September 22, 2005

Packing Tip of the Day

When packing for a long trip, don't forget to bring underwear.

8 Comments:

Blogger Kris said...

That's really funny because that's the one thing I almost always forget when I go to my parent's house!

22 September, 2005 07:45

 
Blogger Pete said...

My brother had a string of forgetting his toothbrush. It went so long that his just stopped bringing his toothbrush on trips. A new trip = a new toothbrush.

22 September, 2005 07:51

 
Blogger Kris said...

I always travel with a new toothbrush. If you bring an old toothbrush, wrap it in a bag...it's a nice greenhouse for bacteria to grow. So, it's actually better the way your brother does it.

22 September, 2005 10:26

 
Blogger Citizen Grim said...

Did you know: Human bites are one of the most dangerous bites (infection-wise) you can get, because of how much bacteria is in the human mouth.

22 September, 2005 11:00

 
Blogger Citizen Grim said...

joke:

So this guy is sitting at a bar reading a newspaper, and a girl walks in and sits down next to him. Reading the headline over his shoulder, "12 Brazilian soldiers killed in accident," she comments, "Oh, that's so sad."

"It is sad," agrees the guy, with a perplexed look on his face. "How many is a brazilian, anyway?"

22 September, 2005 11:22

 
Blogger Pete said...

fact:

Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world. Previously inhabited in large part by Tupi and Guarani peoples, Brazil was colonized by the Portuguese, who imported large numbers of slaves from West Africa to work on sugar plantations. The country was proclaimed an independent empire in 1822 and became a republic after the overthrow of the monarchy in 1889.

22 September, 2005 13:07

 
Blogger Citizen Grim said...

plus, "emperor of brazil" doesnt sound all that impressive

22 September, 2005 16:03

 
Blogger Jay said...

Ew. It's sick to think that a human bite could infect you with 12 brazilian bacteria. Gross. What does kissing do?

25 September, 2005 23:30

 

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