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Can you keep it going asking ONLY QUESTIONS?

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  • frankwbrown
    frankwbrown Posts: 12,523 Member
    edited September 2022
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    Aren't I all out of donuts, @Cat0703a? Aren't I limiting that indulgence to once a week, with Tuesday being the likely day, when I visit a spot directly across from a donut shop? Don't I have to go to Aquafit now, for having just thought about eating donuts? 🍩😋
  • nossmf
    nossmf Posts: 9,957 Member
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    I grew up where donuts were reserved for Sunday mornings after church service...you don't follow that Biblical commandment? Doesn't John 3:16 read (paraphrased): For God so loved the world that he sent donuts?
  • Cat0703a
    Cat0703a Posts: 17,571 Member
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    So donuts on Tuesday and/or Sunday but not Thursday? @Mtn_hikin, doesn’t it sound like you best not break rules today unless you want a trip to my basement?
  • Mtn_hikin
    Mtn_hikin Posts: 1,087 Member
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    Aren’t you leaving this open for me to twist into some innuendo filled response?
  • cmsienk
    cmsienk Posts: 18,414 Member
    edited September 2022
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    @Cat0703a, is your basement actually a crawl space and not a basement at all? Would that make you less likely to break the rules @Mtn_hikin? Do you know the difference?
    "Basement vs Crawl Space: What’s the Difference?"
    The Size
    As a general rule, basements are much larger than crawl spaces. The average basement is about 8 feet tall whereas most crawl spaces are only 3 feet tall, leaving just enough room for you to crawl around on your hands and knees (hence the name).
    The Floor
    Remember, many people use their basement as an extra living space, so a basement definitely and always has flooring. That’s not true for crawl spaces. The only “flooring” they get is dirt.
    The Airtightness
    Most basements are fully sealed from the outside world.
    Crawl spaces, on the other hand… not so much. Remember, the “flooring” of these spaces is literally dirt.
  • Mtn_hikin
    Mtn_hikin Posts: 1,087 Member
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    Isn’t dirt in Canada nicer?
  • Alinouveau2
    Alinouveau2 Posts: 6,353 Member
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    Isn't everything nicer in Canada?
  • Mtn_hikin
    Mtn_hikin Posts: 1,087 Member
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    Do you even have to ask?
  • Alinouveau2
    Alinouveau2 Posts: 6,353 Member
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    Wouldn't I not have to since I live in Canada?
  • Mtn_hikin
    Mtn_hikin Posts: 1,087 Member
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    Wouldn’t you be biased?
  • Alinouveau2
    Alinouveau2 Posts: 6,353 Member
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    But isn't it safe to say sometimes you just know?
  • Mtn_hikin
    Mtn_hikin Posts: 1,087 Member
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    Is anything safe?
  • Cat0703a
    Cat0703a Posts: 17,571 Member
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    @cmsienk, will you take my word for it that my basement, is comfortable but dirt and donut free?
  • Mtn_hikin
    Mtn_hikin Posts: 1,087 Member
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    Well, then the rules are out the window
  • Cat0703a
    Cat0703a Posts: 17,571 Member
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    Are you going full scale rebel mode?
  • Mtn_hikin
    Mtn_hikin Posts: 1,087 Member
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    Aren’t some people rule sensitive?
  • Cat0703a
    Cat0703a Posts: 17,571 Member
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    Yes.
  • Mtn_hikin
    Mtn_hikin Posts: 1,087 Member
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    Didn’t you just break the rules?
    Won’t we both be in the basement?
  • Cat0703a
    Cat0703a Posts: 17,571 Member
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    Was that not subtle enough? 😅
  • Mtn_hikin
    Mtn_hikin Posts: 1,087 Member
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    Was subtle the intent?