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  1. usnuzuloose

    usnuzuloose DIS Veteran

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    What is everyone doing for NY"S? I am tired of food. We have function tonight. And then again on Monday. I don't know how some folks can eat and eat and eat and not blink an eye.:faint:
     
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  3. TifffanyD

    TifffanyD DIS Veteran

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    Lol i know

    We are going to my boss's for NYE... Playing games and blowing things up.

    NYD staying in... Probably cleaning & crafting and watching movies
     
  4. bellanotte10

    bellanotte10 Now bring me that horizon

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    Nothing on NYE but NYD I'm running a 10k
     
  5. YoYoAurora

    YoYoAurora Someday, my tags will come

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    We are staying in this NYE and enjoying our traditional fondue dinner of lobster, chicken, beef filet and shrimp. I'll add scallops if they look good at the market on Monday.

    I'm wondering if our new neighbors like fireworks. The rest of the neighborhood gets together and enjoys them. I guess I'll know soon!
     
  6. usnuzuloose

    usnuzuloose DIS Veteran

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    Sounds like fun everyone!
     
  7. PrincessInOz

    PrincessInOz Thanks for my avatar, Mary Jo!

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    Home again! :surfweb:
     
  8. TifffanyD

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    Yum! Jealoussss
     
  9. dgbg100106

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    Today was my god sons birthday party!


    We made it back alive with all our limbs..

    Hope you all have a wonderful new year.
     
  10. TifffanyD

    TifffanyD DIS Veteran

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    Happy Birthday to him!!! How old?
     
  11. dgbg100106

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    He was 4.... We went duck pin bowling..
     
  12. PrincessInOz

    PrincessInOz Thanks for my avatar, Mary Jo!

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    Happy Birthday to him.

    Were you concerned about not having all limbs back?
     
  13. usnuzuloose

    usnuzuloose DIS Veteran

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    Happy birthday to your God son. Glad your home safe and sound.
     
  14. TifffanyD

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    Was 4 and now 5? Or turned 4?

    What is duck pin bowling? Never heard of it! I know bumper bowling and rainbow bowling and cosmic bowling... but I think that's it.
     
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    we went bowling with a dozen 4 to 6 year olds, and it was snowing and sleeting... At one point I got concerned.
     
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    He turned 4....


    Duckpin bowling
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    Duckpins are shorter and squatter than the pins used in 10-pin bowling.

    Duckpin bowling is a variation of 10-pin bowling. The balls used in duckpin bowling are 4-3/4 in (12 cm) to 5 in (12.7 cm) in diameter (which is slightly larger than a softball), weigh 3 lb 6 oz (1.5 kg) to 3 lb 12 oz (1.7 kg) each, and lack finger holes. They are thus significantly smaller than those used in ten-pin bowling but are slightly larger and heavier than those used in candlepin bowling. The pins, while arranged in a triangular fashion identical to that used in ten-pin bowling, are shorter, smaller, and lighter than their ten-pin equivalents which makes it more difficult to achieve a strike. For this reason (and similar to candlepin bowling), the bowler is allowed three rolls per frame (as opposed to the standard two rolls per frame in ten-pin bowling).

    Duckpin bowling centers are located in New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Indiana (near downtown Indianapolis), Maryland (especially in the Baltimore area) and in suburban Washington, D.C.[1]

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  17. bellanotte10

    bellanotte10 Now bring me that horizon

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    We have candlepin all around here. Always liked it better because me killing someone isn't as pressing a problem with little tiny bowling balls. My friends hate bowling with me. They always jokingly duck and cover
     
  18. TifffanyD

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    Ol those both sound fun and I had never heard of either!
     
  19. usnuzuloose

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    Are you one of those who throw them backwards? :lmao:
     
  20. bellanotte10

    bellanotte10 Now bring me that horizon

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    Yup!
     
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