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Postby richardf on November 10th, 2006, 11:54 am

This is a true story - honestly; and I suppose it says something about my stsate of mind.
I was recently driving down the motorway (I am in the UK) and ahead of me I saw a small van on the top of which was a sign that clearly read ALS Taxi. I was horrfied and as I pulled alongside, I expected to se something that had been kitted out for someone who presumably needed specialist medical care. I was wrong though - it contained only AL, driving his taxi!

It made me laugh at the time, just shows you what mindset you can get into!!
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Postby basso on November 10th, 2006, 12:38 pm

Yeah, that is funny. Just after coming to terms with my bfs, I noticed a sign for Als diner. Before that, it would have held no significance for me whatsoever. I actually went in and had breakfast, and it was the usual, greasy but delicious fare one would expect at such an establishment. The only risk I was running was food poisoning, or perhaps, if I ate there frequently...heart disease. LOL

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Postby Moeygirl on November 16th, 2006, 12:14 pm

The other day I was watching a movie (most likely on Disney Channel) and the cheerleaders had BFS on their uniforms. :shock:
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