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    Watching an entire concert here.

    They've got a new album coming out sometime this year I believe. They have a new song in this setlist at any rate. He can actually sing that one, which is a start.

    What makes the state of his voice on the harder new songs like YGGFK and Hammerhead even nuttier is in 2008, when that album was released, he was fat and his voice was even worse.

    Still, he can sing the old songs.
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    How the mighty have fallen.

    I still picture them all as they were in 1999 tbh. Would rather not be reminded that they're now all old and fat. Remember Noodles looked pretty old back then, so he must look really geriatric these days.

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    Noodles is pretty active I think and keeps himself fit so he's looking the same as ever. Greg K still looks 20 and grumpy and Dexter looks like he's been living in a donut store.

    In one of the videos for a song in 2008 Dexter does look kind of like a mix between Al Gore/Bill Clinton when he's pretending to be the President.

    They nailed Self Esteem in the link above like it was 1999. Dexter seriously can't sing anything he wrote in 2008 anymore though.

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    Can't say I've really listened to any newer Offspring. Saw them in 03/04. Whilst I've heard Splinter & Conspiracy of One, can't say I've got anything they did this Century on my iPod.... Still a damn good playlist for a summers day though
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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerFurball View Post
    It's pretty unfortunate that all the best material I have for my best man's speech would lead to an instant divorce.
    ^ There's your opening line.
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    Good suggestion EDS.
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    The father of the bride is ex-military, and probably not opposed to grievous bodily harm if I ruin his little girl's big day.

    So no.

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    The father of the bride is ex-military, and probably not opposed to grievous bodily harm if I ruin his little girl's big day. So I'll only tell you about the time when [humourous but inoffensive time on a night out the groom did/had/was/wasnt/ something humourous but inoffensive]

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    big girl's little day more amusing imo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eds View Post
    ^ There's your opening line.
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    Good suggestion EDS.
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    The father of the bride is ex-military, and probably not opposed to grievous bodily harm if I ruin his little girl's big day. So I'll only tell you about the time when [humourous but inoffensive time on a night out the groom did/had/was/wasnt/ something humourous but inoffensive]

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    Yeah good suggestions here
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    I saw an altercation in the mens public washroom at the train station today. Two guys were pushing each other - I decided I didn't need to go that badly so just got on the train. My mind went crazy afterwards wondering what the altercation was over.

    I finally settled on one of them giving the other one the hurry up when he was sitting on the can as being most likely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurricane View Post
    I saw an altercation in the mens public washroom at the train station today. Two guys were pushing each other - I decided I didn't need to go that badly so just got on the train. My mind went crazy afterwards wondering what the altercation was over.

    I finally settled on one of them giving the other one the hurry up when he was sitting on the can as being most likely.
    More likely one of them slandered Richie McCaw



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