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Postby Noradin » Fri Jan 25, 2008 8:11 am

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Postby NarfJones » Fri Jan 25, 2008 8:50 am

Butler, Pennsylvania.

As far as town names. Intercourse, PA wins.

As far as pizza, Little Ceaser's wins because of the godly breadsticks.
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Postby Archeus » Fri Jan 25, 2008 9:02 am

Antwerp, Belgium :)
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Postby guillex » Fri Jan 25, 2008 9:03 am

NarfJones wrote:Butler, Pennsylvania.

As far as town names. Intercourse, PA wins.

As far as pizza, Little Ceaser's wins because of the godly breadsticks.


What about Middlesex County, Alberta, Canada? :P
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Postby Uthadanin » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:15 am

Guillex wrote:
NarfJones wrote:Butler, Pennsylvania.

As far as town names. Intercourse, PA wins.

As far as pizza, Little Ceaser's wins because of the godly breadsticks.


What about Middlesex County, Alberta, Canada? :P


IIRC there's a middlesex mass too. Penn pizza, yuck too. I've been to both chicago and NY, i think its a matter of preference.

Unless you live in albany and have been to dan's place (dirty dans for the street name) you have never experienced a burger.
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Postby Fahsky » Fri Jan 25, 2008 1:14 pm

Hilo, Hawaii

;_; It sucks, really.
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Postby Dazhbog » Fri Jan 25, 2008 1:58 pm

Glam wrote:
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Paksennarion wrote:Yeah, seriously Sab. It's not their fault that all they got is bad pizza places out there.

Stratford CT. I can get to Theresa's and Pepes in 20 minutes. It's all good. :D


So on this topic, I went to college in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

When you live in New York all your life and then go live somewhere else for any length of time, there are some things you will have to come to terms with.

1. Real Pizza doesn't exist outside of NYC.
2. Real Bagels don't exist outside of NYC.


Seriously guys... provolone as Pizza cheese. Provolone. I died a little on the inside every time I ate pizza there.


oooooh, /agree with you. /agree a LOT.

Houston, TX, but originally from NYC, NY (Well, Stamford, CT, but who's counting). Texans, your state blows =P

Nobody is forcing you to stay there. Go back to New York if that is your preference. Besides, Houston is not the only part of the state.


Can't, at least not until I graduate =P And do realize I'm (mostly) tongue in cheek, although Houston's still a swamp surrounded by vast expanses of nothing.

Beats Kansas, though!
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Postby Pannkakan » Fri Jan 25, 2008 5:47 pm

Växjö Sweden.
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Postby Maejara » Sat Jan 26, 2008 2:23 pm

just noticed that gerilith, noradin an I all live in Berlin

Just nice to know
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Postby NarfJones » Sat Jan 26, 2008 2:40 pm

Uthadanin wrote:
Guillex wrote:
NarfJones wrote:Butler, Pennsylvania.

As far as town names. Intercourse, PA wins.

As far as pizza, Little Ceaser's wins because of the godly breadsticks.


What about Middlesex County, Alberta, Canada? :P


IIRC there's a middlesex mass too. Penn pizza, yuck too. I've been to both chicago and NY, i think its a matter of preference.

Unless you live in albany and have been to dan's place (dirty dans for the street name) you have never experienced a burger.


We also have a Middlesex county. Other notable names are Blueball, Slate Lick, and Bird in Hand.
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Postby Smartos » Sat Jan 26, 2008 3:01 pm

Maejara wrote:just noticed that gerilith, noradin an I all live in Berlin

Just nice to know


Interesting, four tankadins from east germany by now.
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Postby Ahms » Sat Jan 26, 2008 6:58 pm

Pannkakan wrote:Växjö Sweden.


how do you pronounce vaxjo? that is such a cool name
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Postby Dane » Sat Jan 26, 2008 11:31 pm

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iliya wrote:Salt Lake City, UT.

I can see everyone's house from here! :O

...well, provided I can see through the snow.

/poke.


Don't touch me!

What do you want?!

WHOOO AREEE YOUUUUUUU?!?!


I'm actually in Orem right now, but until Dec 05, I'd lived in the SL Valley my whole life.
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Postby Chrysla » Sun Jan 27, 2008 1:03 am

Anchorage, Alaska reporting in!
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Postby Enkal » Sun Jan 27, 2008 2:50 am

Ahms wrote:
Pannkakan wrote:Växjö Sweden.


how do you pronounce vaxjo? that is such a cool name


It's pronounced a bit like "Voeksjoee" ;)
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