June 17, 2015 10:00pm


The French loan phrase faux pas (literally false step) is a noun meaning a social blunder or indiscretion. The plural form is spelled the same, but while the singular faux pas is pronounced foh-PAH, the plural faux pas is pronounced foh-PAHZ. Meaning for the FINAL BROADCAST of NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND, you shall not know if it is one faux pas or several until you listen. Also, contractor talk.

NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND: Well, excuse me.

Chatroom History
June 17, 2015 10:00pm - 1:30am
Jack Offman: I'm whippin' it now listening to you guys (11:10pm)
Jack Offman: you said HARD drive (11:10pm)
Jack Offman: I look at the same picture evrey day (11:11pm)
Jack Offman: Oops - dropped my seed in the porn farm (11:12pm)
Jack Offman: Oops I just deleted my porn (11:13pm)
Jack Offman: like a metaphor of a story telling the dubious tale of tastefully treat reaming your hind's mind-crack all day (11:16pm)
Jack Offman: Get your red hot SubGenius Skull Farming Tree Walking Brain Socket (11:17pm)
Jack Offman: The Puzzling Evidence Show is their other hole for repeal of time's nose reaming buttlery and needlessly decorated costume of your hind's mind-crack (11:18pm)
nexus006: I guess I'll hear this train wreck on the podcast. (11:59pm)

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