in the next life

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  1. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    I think I want to be a caveman or a mountainman just think it would be nice to live without the government controling evry move I make.
    What do you want to be?
     
  2. Suicide*Ride

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    I coming back as a ladies' bicycle seat. ;)
     

  3. TranterUK

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    A mountainman and hunter sounds good to me. A horse, a dog, a rifle, lots of space and very few people. :)
     
  4. buffalo jump

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    Hey suicide*ride, you might end up on a transvestites bicycle, ever thought about that?:eek::D:D:D
     
  5. carver

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    Native American. Before the white man came and messed it all up!
     
  6. I think I would still want to be a teacher, but perhaps in an earlier period when this was still a free country.
     
  7. jacksonco

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    It would have been awesome to have had a role in our nations founding. Perhaps soldier or even statesman as long as it was during the revolution.
     
  8. glocknut

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    The next life is either paradise or the debths of H***.... Your choice!

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  9. carver

    carver Moderator Supporting Member

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    Of course you're right! We were just indulging in a little wishfull thinking!
     
  10. glocknut

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    Like wanting to come back as a Rabbit...? lol

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  11. 45nut

    45nut Well-Known Member

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    Mountain man / Plainsman sounds nice to me for all the stated reasons. I don't even think I'd go to the rendezvous, just stay in the wilderness! Of course, there are those pesky Indians to worry about, since fighting is what they do for a living! :eek: :D
     
  12. carver

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    Now you're into the spirit of things!
     
  13. carver

    carver Moderator Supporting Member

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    No, no, no! Native Americans don't fight for a living! They hunt and gather for a living! They fight for the fun of it!:D The best worrier gets the best madin! See Glocknut's post!:D
     
  14. ARB

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    A bear, so I can sleep all winter.
     
  15. glocknut

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    On second thought... a male pig. I have heard stories.... :D:D:D:D:D:D

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