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    What in Real Life Reminds You of KP? #5

    Okay, since the 4th version of this thread is more than a month old, I decided to start Version #5 rather than gravedig the old one. So here goes:
    The other day, I was stopped at a traffic light behind a pickup truck whose tailgate name plate identified it as a Nissan "Titan." Right away, I thought of HenchCo's "Project Titan" which turned Ron into a ravenous behemoth in the ep "Grande Size Me"... :P

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    Whenever I'm talking to a customer and I find out their name is Kim, or Bonnie, or Ron - I always have to refrain from grinning. And when I find that their name is one of the aforementioned when on the phone, I usually have to ask them to repeat themselves.

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    I've done that, too...

    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr View Post
    Whenever I'm talking to a customer and I find out their name is Kim, or Bonnie, or Ron - I always have to refrain from grinning. And when I find that their name is one of the aforementioned when on the phone, I usually have to ask them to repeat themselves.
    Yeah, I find myself taking notice whenever I encounter a customer invoice made out to someone named "Kim"...
    In fact, one of our customers is a company named "Wade Office Supply." You think maybe that's how he can afford to build all Kim's gadgets?

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    I don't think I've met any Kims, Rons or Bonnies in a long time. I did, however, have my groceries rung up by a Monique the other day. This was at the same market where a Tara bagged for me once.

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    I'm a cashier at Target, and today someone bought mini frozen corn dogs. It made me laugh (on the inside).

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    Quote Originally Posted by AinoMinako View Post
    I'm a cashier at Target, and today someone bought mini frozen corn dogs. It made me laugh (on the inside).
    They weren't Pop Pop Porter's mini-corn dogs, were they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TransWarpDrive View Post
    Okay, since the 4th version of this thread is more than a month old, I decided to start Version #5 rather than gravedig the old one...
    Considering the forum is offically less than a week old, I don't think it would count as gravedigging. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fireand'chutes77 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TransWarpDrive View Post
    Okay, since the 4th version of this thread is more than a month old, I decided to start Version #5 rather than gravedig the old one...
    Considering the forum is offically less than a week old, I don't think it would count as gravedigging. :P
    Well, my thread about my recovery from my elbow injury quickly disappeared from the new forum because it was a month old. I asked jeriddian about it, and he gave me permission to gravedig that. I'd rather not do so again with another month-old-plus topic; it's easier just to start a Version 5 and be done with it.

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    I was on a flight from LA to Sacramento this morning and my seat broke! It would recline, but when I tried to bring it forward, it wouldn't stay upright. My first thought was "Booyah, now I can get upgraded to first-class!"

    Unfortunately it was Southwest Airlines, so there wasn't a first-class section I could be upgraded to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by recon228 View Post
    I was on a flight from LA to Sacramento this morning and my seat broke! It would recline, but when I tried to bring it forward, it wouldn't stay upright. My first thought was "Booyah, now I can get upgraded to first-class!"
    That's hilarious!

    I'll bet the knees of the people sitting behind you weren't too happy. :P
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