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Old 06-14-2013, 08:02 AM   #271
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I know a few folks like that. One is 6 months older than my father (both born in 1950), but he swears up and down that he was deployed to Vietnam in 1965, and was a Master Chief in charge of his own PT boat to boot.

Another one tryed to impress me with stories of his first car. If I remember right, it was a 1962 Pontiac GTO convertable with a 426 hemi, a muncie four speed, and a ford 9 inch rear end, all from the factory of course , that his dad bought used in '63.

Yet another one who claims to have owned a 1992 Harley that came equipped with a liquid cooled engine, again from tjhe factory of course.

yep, I have run into my share of them over the years. My favorite story of a lie? this one:

I have a friend who refers to his student loans as his $40,000 bar tab. When finals came at the end of his second semester, he went out and got hammered on the eve of one of his tests. he slept right through his exam the next afternoon, and into the next night. He was however, able to get a make up exam by going in the next day to talk to his professor, and explaining to her that he missed the exam due to a hospital stay due to a "homosexual experience gone horribly wrong, that concluded with serious rectal bleeding."

And he wonders why I refuse to play poker against him?
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I know a few folks like that. One is 6 months older than my father (both born in 1950), but he swears up and down that he was deployed to Vietnam in 1965, and was a Master Chief in charge of his own PT boat to boot.

Another one tryed to impress me with stories of his first car. If I remember right, it was a 1962 Pontiac GTO convertable with a 426 hemi, a muncie four speed, and a ford 9 inch rear end, all from the factory of course , that his dad bought used in '63.

Yet another one who claims to have owned a 1992 Harley that came equipped with a liquid cooled engine, again from tjhe factory of course.

yep, I have run into my share of them over the years. My favorite story of a lie? this one:

I have a friend who refers to his student loans as his $40,000 bar tab. When finals came at the end of his second semester, he went out and got hammered on the eve of one of his tests. he slept right through his exam the next afternoon, and into the next night. He was however, able to get a make up exam by going in the next day to talk to his professor, and explaining to her that he missed the exam due to a hospital stay due to a "homosexual experience gone horribly wrong, that concluded with serious rectal bleeding."

And he wonders why I refuse to play poker against him?
The guy in my OP, Bob Howard, also claimed to be a Vietnam vet despite him being my age (I was born in '65). It was epic when one of our classmates in college who is a Vietnam vet started playing him like a fish over his claims. That was the fun part. Pranking the guy.
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The goat jerky was incredibly greasy and heavy on the black pepper.


Uhhh- Yeah- THAT'S what those little black speckles were.....PEPPER!


Yeah, that's the ticket- Pepper!
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Uhhh- Yeah- THAT'S what those little black speckles were.....PEPPER!

Yeah, that's the ticket- Pepper!
Wait a minute...you don't think? Nahhhh....
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Wait a minute...you don't think? Nahhhh....
question. did it taste like pepper, or did you just assume it was pepper?
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It tasted like pepper
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It tasted like pepper
okay, just checking. it was probably pepper then. probably.
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It tasted like pepper
Eeeeeek..!
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Eeeeeek..!
note: he said it tasted like pepper, but that doesn't mean it was pepper!
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Packing our own no,but blousing out of a C-119 vomit commit was extremely welcomed,when it was 100+% at Fort Bragg NC!
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