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You tell us!


What an interesting, albeit oddly predictable and overused response to a simple question. As a fellow Texan, I should not be completely shocked as I see such madness quite often. However, I will try to humor you and play along. After all, I am simply another new member bound to this section by the magical bindings of "minimum post count"


That said, I can not be bothered to list off what is up in a literal sense of the question. I also find it rather pointless to mention that I've recently discovered a new forum on the internet, which is the more accurate answer to the question. (I have standards, I'm sure you'll get over it.)


That said, little can be accomplished by me answering my own question. Almost as little as was accomplished by your pointless and sarcastic response to said question.


Nice to make your acquaintance though. Do feel free to comment again, I rather enjoy conversation.

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You tell us!

Attitude! Let the noob in!


You seem to display a fondness of exclamation points, sir. This adds to my assumption that your short, chipper sentences hold even more excitement than the situation dares to call for. With that in mind, I have come to the conclusion that your username "BoogyMan" is not a suitable one at all. Therefore, I shall call you "Boogy-OogyMan", as it seems more fitting to both attitude and avatar.


You're welcome.


What do you do for a living?


I use a subtle combination of sarcastic politeness and alcoholic beverages to provide a false-sense of belonging to a wide-variety of the socially impaired. I do so while periodically collecting a tip and simultaneously ignoring my urge to push them into traffic. It's the last part that gives me trouble.


Short answer: Bar-Business.

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I guess I had nothing productive to say.


That's quite alright. At least you contributed something to the equation.


Thank you, kind sir.


You called me boogy-oogyman. :(


I meant that in the best possible way. (Depending on how you look at it. ;))


At least it wasn't boogie man, like my family thought it was!


Did they try to take advantage of his Disco-Prowess and overly eager attitude?

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Boogyman, he called you "Boogy-Oogyman!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


gotta love that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


from the council on proper !!!!! useage.


Welcome aboard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Gotta love that too! "From the council of..." , hehehehe

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