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#1 Jan 08 2016 at 7:27 AM Rating: Good
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In an hour or so, I leave to drive from Northwestern Ontario to Montreal. In the winter. In an '01 Altima, with all-season tires, and like, no money, and as of yet nowhere to stay when I get there.

The **** is wrong with me haha
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#3 Jan 08 2016 at 7:41 AM Rating: Excellent
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#4 Jan 08 2016 at 7:51 AM Rating: Decent
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I'm not sure we'll ever hear from you again.


Don't worry, I'll haunt you.
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#5 Jan 08 2016 at 8:32 AM Rating: Excellent
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Sounds like the start of a horror movie.
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Sounds like the start of a horror movie.

A horror movie, but the killer will be Canadian, and thus unfailingly polite. You'll die, but he'll clean up your car so your folks don't have to do it.
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#8 Jan 08 2016 at 1:17 PM Rating: Excellent
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lolgaxe wrote:
Sounds like the start of a horror movie.


Or a porno movie...
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#9 Jan 11 2016 at 1:49 AM Rating: Decent
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I made it alive, had a surprsingly amazing night in Sudbury, and ate at an all-night poutine restaurant when I got to Montreal. I could get used to this way of living..and now the bridge that is my only option for getting home is broken, my vacation might last longer, whatever will I do?
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an all-night poutine
Sounds like what you get after eating under-cooked shellfish.

Sorry, I was compelled to do it.
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Driftwood wrote:
I made it alive, had a surprsingly amazing night in Sudbury, and ate at an all-night poutine restaurant when I got to Montreal. I could get used to this way of living..and now the bridge that is my only option for getting home is broken, my vacation might last longer, whatever will I do?


You know when people talk about burning bridges they don't mean it literally.
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Driftwood wrote:
Iand now the bridge that is my only option for getting home is broken, my vacation might last longer, whatever will I do?
Not read out of any books with faces on them.
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Driftwood wrote:
I made it alive, had a surprsingly amazing night in Sudbury, and ate at an all-night poutine restaurant when I got to Montreal. I could get used to this way of living..and now the bridge that is my only option for getting home is broken, my vacation might last longer, whatever will I do?


The only thing I know about Sudbury (and honestly the only reason I've heard of it before) is that it's one of the cities waaaaaay up north in Empire Builder, where you can get Nickle. I'm sure it's "nice" though. Smiley: smile
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#15 Jan 13 2016 at 12:23 AM Rating: Decent
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Driftwood wrote:
I made it alive, had a surprsingly amazing night in Sudbury, and ate at an all-night poutine restaurant when I got to Montreal. I could get used to this way of living..and now the bridge that is my only option for getting home is broken, my vacation might last longer, whatever will I do?


The only thing I know about Sudbury (and honestly the only reason I've heard of it before) is that it's one of the cities waaaaaay up north in Empire Builder, where you can get Nickle. I'm sure it's "nice" though. Smiley: smile


Oh it's terrible. But I quite enjoyed myself Smiley: grin
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I've always read Driftwood as the straight man in varus' double act. It helps if you read all of his posts in the voice of Droopy Dog.
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