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SylviaSmile


May 18, 2012, 8:43 AM
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Ok, so long story short one of my friends is marrying royalty. I googled their names for fun and apparently the friend is getting trashed on online royal message boards! Yes, that's right, there are entire forums dedicated to following the doings of royal families. Need I say more?


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May 18, 2012, 9:19 AM
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Ok, so long story short one of my friends is marrying royalty. I googled their names for fun and apparently the friend is getting trashed on online royal message boards! Yes, that's right, there are entire forums dedicated to following the doings of royal families. Need I say more?

You seem surprised, babe.

Did you just get the Internet, like, yesterday <insert upward inflection here, 'cause, like, you totally strike me as, like, a teenybopper>?


sungam


May 21, 2012, 6:28 AM
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When I was 14 I shaved my pubes once. ONCE. My god, not only did I have no fucking idea how to shave (OH GOD WHY) but I also had to sit through the suffering of having my pubes grow back in. I don't think I need to tell most people this, but for the few lucky people out there that don't know - half grown in pubes are the itchiest fucking things EVER.


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May 21, 2012, 7:14 AM
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I like tractors. I could spend hours at a time on the back of a tractor and I'd be perfectly content. My buddy just got a new 95 HP Kabota for his farm. I ran the bushhog on it for a while on Saturday. It was awesome.


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I do want to reach 200 posts, but I'm not entirely pleased with what this thread has become.


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wjca wrote:
I like tractors. I could spend hours at a time on the back of a tractor and I'd be perfectly content. My buddy just got a new 95 HP Kabota for his farm. I ran the bushhog on it for a while on Saturday. It was awesome.
I like tractors too!
My curent crush: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8cf4pMdMS0
(starts at about 20 seconds)
That traction and climbing ability!
Fuck, we have it's smaller, nonbelt brother, and i already get scared when i take that thing not even close to its limits, but that black fucker is just insane!

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qwert wrote:
wjca wrote:
I like tractors. I could spend hours at a time on the back of a tractor and I'd be perfectly content. My buddy just got a new 95 HP Kabota for his farm. I ran the bushhog on it for a while on Saturday. It was awesome.
I like tractors too!
My curent crush: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8cf4pMdMS0
(starts at about 20 seconds)
That traction and climbing ability!
Fuck, we have it's smaller, nonbelt brother, and i already get scared when i take that thing not even close to its limits, but that black fucker is just insane!

qwert
Oh, the official video of it is much better (and has a better resolution):
http://www.youtube.com/...&feature=related

qwert


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May 21, 2012, 10:15 PM
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http://www.pfafftalk.com/...ewthread?thread=9025

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I'm looking for some really nice horse designs to put on t-shirts that can be sewn out with the smaller hoops on my 7570. I don't want to take the time to split up designs for use just on a t-shirt. I have several of the designs from Emlibrary but find them too dense for use on t-shirts. I've used Embird to try and reduce the amount of stitches but I've not been satisfied with the way they turn out. I'm especially interested in Clydsdale or Paladin horses but will actually be happy with any horses. Anyone got any suggestions for me? Thanks. And Hello everyone.


curt


May 21, 2012, 10:27 PM
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Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
http://www.pfafftalk.com/...ewthread?thread=9025

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I'm looking for some really nice horse designs to put on t-shirts that can be sewn out with the smaller hoops on my 7570. I don't want to take the time to split up designs for use just on a t-shirt. I have several of the designs from Emlibrary but find them too dense for use on t-shirts. I've used Embird to try and reduce the amount of stitches but I've not been satisfied with the way they turn out. I'm especially interested in Clydsdale or Paladin horses but will actually be happy with any horses. Anyone got any suggestions for me? Thanks. And Hello everyone.

Hey, Pfaff makes really good sewing machines. Cool

Curt


carabiner96


May 22, 2012, 6:23 AM
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curt wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
http://www.pfafftalk.com/...ewthread?thread=9025

In reply to:
I'm looking for some really nice horse designs to put on t-shirts that can be sewn out with the smaller hoops on my 7570. I don't want to take the time to split up designs for use just on a t-shirt. I have several of the designs from Emlibrary but find them too dense for use on t-shirts. I've used Embird to try and reduce the amount of stitches but I've not been satisfied with the way they turn out. I'm especially interested in Clydsdale or Paladin horses but will actually be happy with any horses. Anyone got any suggestions for me? Thanks. And Hello everyone.

Hey, Pfaff makes really good sewing machines. Cool

Curt

I have a Pfaff!


edge


May 22, 2012, 6:30 AM
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carabiner96 wrote:
curt wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
http://www.pfafftalk.com/...ewthread?thread=9025

In reply to:
I'm looking for some really nice horse designs to put on t-shirts that can be sewn out with the smaller hoops on my 7570. I don't want to take the time to split up designs for use just on a t-shirt. I have several of the designs from Emlibrary but find them too dense for use on t-shirts. I've used Embird to try and reduce the amount of stitches but I've not been satisfied with the way they turn out. I'm especially interested in Clydsdale or Paladin horses but will actually be happy with any horses. Anyone got any suggestions for me? Thanks. And Hello everyone.

Hey, Pfaff makes really good sewing machines. Cool

Curt

I have a Pfaff!

I'm a Husqvarna man, myself.


Partner macherry


May 22, 2012, 9:55 AM
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edge wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
curt wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
http://www.pfafftalk.com/...ewthread?thread=9025

In reply to:
I'm looking for some really nice horse designs to put on t-shirts that can be sewn out with the smaller hoops on my 7570. I don't want to take the time to split up designs for use just on a t-shirt. I have several of the designs from Emlibrary but find them too dense for use on t-shirts. I've used Embird to try and reduce the amount of stitches but I've not been satisfied with the way they turn out. I'm especially interested in Clydsdale or Paladin horses but will actually be happy with any horses. Anyone got any suggestions for me? Thanks. And Hello everyone.

Hey, Pfaff makes really good sewing machines. Cool

Curt

I have a Pfaff!

I'm a Husqvarna man, myself.

respect


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May 22, 2012, 12:54 PM
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carabiner96 wrote:
curt wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
http://www.pfafftalk.com/...ewthread?thread=9025

In reply to:
I'm looking for some really nice horse designs to put on t-shirts that can be sewn out with the smaller hoops on my 7570. I don't want to take the time to split up designs for use just on a t-shirt. I have several of the designs from Emlibrary but find them too dense for use on t-shirts. I've used Embird to try and reduce the amount of stitches but I've not been satisfied with the way they turn out. I'm especially interested in Clydsdale or Paladin horses but will actually be happy with any horses. Anyone got any suggestions for me? Thanks. And Hello everyone.

Hey, Pfaff makes really good sewing machines. Cool

Curt

I have a Pfaff!

Pshaw - our Viking, but it is our Janome Serger really kicks ass. You just can't work with spandex any other way.


granite_grrl


May 23, 2012, 5:34 PM
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Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
curt wrote:
Toast_in_the_Machine wrote:
http://www.pfafftalk.com/...ewthread?thread=9025

In reply to:
I'm looking for some really nice horse designs to put on t-shirts that can be sewn out with the smaller hoops on my 7570. I don't want to take the time to split up designs for use just on a t-shirt. I have several of the designs from Emlibrary but find them too dense for use on t-shirts. I've used Embird to try and reduce the amount of stitches but I've not been satisfied with the way they turn out. I'm especially interested in Clydsdale or Paladin horses but will actually be happy with any horses. Anyone got any suggestions for me? Thanks. And Hello everyone.

Hey, Pfaff makes really good sewing machines. Cool

Curt

I have a Pfaff!

Pshaw - our Viking, but it is our Janome Serger really kicks ass. You just can't work with spandex any other way.

This thread is one step away from a full on gardening/bread making/peg boarding discussion!


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