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09-16-2008, 08:09 AM
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Sorry your right...those isle girls do get around...thanks for bringing it up.
I've been to Long Island twice in my life. Good effort, though.

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09-16-2008, 10:26 PM
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I've been to Long Island twice in my life. Good effort, though.
It's all good.

Much better than the, "Like, OMG, Mommy, I want a Mercedes for my birthday. Please, like, can you make it happen Daddy and Mommy? Like OMGz, I so deserve it. In white."

More butter faces in NYC than rolls in a bakery.

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It's all good.

Much better than the, "Like, OMG, Mommy, I want a Mercedes for my birthday. Please, like, can you make it happen Daddy and Mommy? Like OMGz, I so deserve it. In white."

More butter faces in NYC than rolls in a bakery.
We midwestern girls are much different than that. And yes, I did see plenty of buttafaces when I visited NY.

Edit: When I said NY, I didn't mean just the city.


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It's all good.

Much better than the, "Like, OMG, Mommy, I want a Mercedes for my birthday. Please, like, can you make it happen Daddy and Mommy? Like OMGz, I so deserve it. In white."

More butter faces in NYC than rolls in a bakery.
That's interesting because all the girls (and even guys) that I've met that live in Lawn Guy Land are that stuck up "oh my gawd I want that car itz so hawt" type. I live in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, most of the people here are hipsters who buy their clothes at a used clothing shop where T-Shirts are $5. They don't even own cars. NYC is the most diverse place on the planet. Long Island on the other hand...not so much. They don't even have street lights.

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HICKSVILLE, LONG ISLAND . End of conversation.

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That's interesting because all the girls (and even guys) that I've met that live in Lawn Guy Land are that stuck up "oh my gawd I want that car itz so hawt" type. I live in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, most of the people here are hipsters who buy their clothes at a used clothing shop where T-Shirts are $5. They don't even own cars. NYC is the most diverse place on the planet. Long Island on the other hand...not so much. They don't even have street lights.
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Huh?
I've been to Lawn Guy Land about 20 times, and almost all those visits there were to play football with some friends. Whenever it would get dark, we'd have to stop because it was too dark. For whatever reason, there's only like 1 street light on every block, at least where I was.

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I've been to Lawn Guy Land about 20 times, and almost all those visits there were to play football with some friends. Whenever it would get dark, we'd have to stop because it was too dark. For whatever reason, there's only like 1 street light on every block, at least where I was.
Ah, got ya.

Although, growing up my area had streetlights.

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I've been to Lawn Guy Land about 20 times, and almost all those visits there were to play football with some friends. Whenever it would get dark, we'd have to stop because it was too dark. For whatever reason, there's only like 1 street light on every block, at least where I was.


I love how you continue to pronounce it Lawn Guyland. Anywhere you travel, anyone who hears OUR accent assimilates it with NEW YORK. Long Island is part of New York.

Which means I am a part of you.

I think you need to remove your head from the dustballs in midtown manhattan and focus on the facts. I love Manhattan, but if your going to act as if Long Island is some sort of far off distant land that Manhattanites want nothing to do with, than by all means, continue to disgust many Rangah fans who come from LONG ISLAND.

And about street lights? It's not a booming metropolis. The need for street lights everywhere is unnecessary. Unlike, you know, most of Manhattan, walking around at night isn't cause for concern.

As I was saying, New York City = Dog Pound. I rather buy my girlfriend off E bay than get laid from these gold digging, collagen using airheads.


BTW, I'm just engaging in some fun as I see it. I'm hoping that most here can handle some of the criticism going back and fourth.. If at any point this is getting too serious than I'll stop, but I kinda figured that this is sort of the thing this thread was asking for!

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09-18-2008, 10:15 PM
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I love how you continue to pronounce it Lawn Guyland. Anywhere you travel, anyone who hears OUR accent assimilates it with NEW YORK. Long Island is part of New York.

Which means I am a part of you.

I think you need to remove your head from the dustballs in midtown manhattan and focus on the facts. I love Manhattan, but if your going to act as if Long Island is some sort of far off distant land that Manhattanites want nothing to do with, than by all means, continue to disgust many Rangah fans who come from LONG ISLAND.

And about street lights? It's not a booming metropolis. The need for street lights everywhere is unnecessary. Unlike, you know, most of Manhattan, walking around at night isn't cause for concern.

As I was saying, New York City = Dog Pound. I rather buy my girlfriend off E bay than get laid from these gold digging, collagen using airheads.


BTW, I'm just engaging in some fun as I see it. I'm hoping that most here can handle some of the criticism going back and fourth.. If at any point this is getting too serious than I'll stop, but I kinda figured that this is sort of the thing this thread was asking for!
HAHA, you aren't a part of me homeboy. That's just weird.

And about purchasing a girlfriend on eBay, it sounds extremely desperate, and something I would expect from a Long Islander.

There aren't many street lights in L.I. because there isn't anything to DO in L.I. except for maybe starting a crappy band or maybe even going to the mall. Lawn Guy Land will always be New York's SECOND best island.

And by the way, I'm just screwing around with you.

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09-18-2008, 11:24 PM
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HAHA, you aren't a part of me homeboy. That's just weird.

And about purchasing a girlfriend on eBay, it sounds extremely desperate, and something I would expect from a Long Islander.

There aren't many street lights in L.I. because there isn't anything to DO in L.I. except for maybe starting a crappy band or maybe even going to the mall. Lawn Guy Land will always be New York's SECOND best island.

And by the way, I'm just screwing around with you.


Well, we do have one thing going. Since the lockout, the Islanders have only lost 3 games in regulation to you guys. So, that means something.

Right?

Anyways, this thread sucks. Nobody else seems to want to get in on the fun.

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09-18-2008, 11:28 PM
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HAHA, you aren't a part of me homeboy. That's just weird.

And about purchasing a girlfriend on eBay, it sounds extremely desperate, and something I would expect from a Long Islander.

There aren't many street lights in L.I. because there isn't anything to DO in L.I. except for maybe starting a crappy band or maybe even going to the mall. Lawn Guy Land will always be New York's SECOND best island.

And by the way, I'm just screwing around with you.
Funny, because the only things I have ever done on Long Island have been:

Going to a mediocre mall
Playing in a crappy band with some friends from Long Island


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Ah, got ya.

Although, growing up my area had streetlights.
You're THAT old to remember the time when Long Island had electricity?

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Well, we do have one thing going. Since the lockout, the Islanders have only lost 3 games in regulation to you guys. So, that means something.

Right?

Anyways, this thread sucks. Nobody else seems to want to get in on the fun.
Word. We need more people!

Jonathan joined in. But you need backup, lol.

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Word. We need more people!

Jonathan joined in. But you need backup, lol.


We're here. In case you're wondering, Darth is the one with the dyed blonde hair and the fem voice who cries.

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Word. We need more people!

Jonathan joined in. But you need backup, lol.
Word?

Let me guess, you're stuntin with ya shades on, as well?

I'll take Long Guyland class over NYC trash any day. I'm speaking literally, and figuratively too. Keep ya kicks fresh YO!

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Word?

Let me guess, you're stuntin with ya shades on, as well?

I'll take Long Guyland class over NYC trash any day. I'm speaking literally, and figuratively too. Keep ya kicks fresh YO!
Come on, don't you think you're being kinda confrontational? Just go with it, man.

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Word?

Let me guess, you're stuntin with ya shades on, as well?

I'll take Long Guyland class over NYC trash any day. I'm speaking literally, and figuratively too. Keep ya kicks fresh YO!
When I said "word" I was being sarcastic. It was a joke.

I'll tell you what isn't a joke, though: The words "Long Island" and "class" should NOT be used in the same sentence, unless you're describing the lack thereof. I said it before, and I'll say it again. L.I. will ALWAYS be New York's SECOND best island.

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Word?

Let me guess, you're stuntin with ya shades on, as well?

I'll take Long Guyland class over NYC trash any day. I'm speaking literally, and figuratively too. Keep ya kicks fresh YO!
Surprised someone from Long Island knows what the word "fresh" means. City is stuck in the 80s.

And OH! the irony at a LIer using the word "class". Staten Island is classier. STATEN ISLAND.

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Surprised someone from Long Island knows what the word "fresh" means. City is stuck in the 80s.

And OH! the irony at a LIer using the word "class". Staten Island is classier. STATEN ISLAND.
I happen to like the tight acid wash jeans with the knee rips. They seem pretty popular out there, especially if you're in a crappy band with a complicated name that nobody really understands.

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