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"I'm a man, but I can change, if I have to, I guess." -Man's Prayer Red Green Show
"Quando omni flunkus moritati" -When all else fails, play dead. -Red Green Show
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lol ..... that guy was a Wacko! And a little more hard of hearing. You see those humongus speakers on the desk? His wife must suffer alot from all that noise. I know mine did while I was playing BattleField! Then I got some nice Turtle Beach headsets to so she could watch her soaps in piece. She's been a loving wife every since!
No sht!!! With that handle I thought maybe jarhead (gawd!), but never a skivey waver. Some of my fav Subic Bay runnin mates were SM's and QM's, I am sure we could match each other toe to toe with This IS No Sht Stories .
I can remember when Subic Bay's streets where all dirt and you had to take a Jeepney just to cross the street to get to another bar when it rained! Ah, the memories! I wonder if all those women remember us!
When ya had to wear whites on liberty and the arms were black with grime from the tables in the bars and the front had drippings from Monkey Meat on a stick, Midnight liberty, jeepney rides to the barrios that were out of bounds, Hard hats SP, Grande Island. Nah I don't remember any of that crap. Those women are old great grannies now.
Yeah, the memories! The definition for mass confusion was Fathers Day in Ologapo! So many women, so little liberty time!
I remember that monkey meat on a stick! Cost 25 cent. A 32oz coke cost 25 cent. A bottle of San Miguel beer cost 25 cents! A trike ride cost 25 cents. They really liked our quarters I guess. A barbeque chicken leg with thigh cost 25 cents. Tho, I never had to stomach to eat Balut eggs! "In the Philippines, balut eaters prefer salt and/or a chili, garlic and vinegar (white or coconut sap) mixture to season their eggs. The eggs are savored for their balance of textures and flavors; the broth surrounding the embryo is sipped from the egg before the shell is peeled, and the yolk and young chick inside can be eaten.