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Old Feb 23, '12, 6:59 am
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Smile Bringing some humor to the word "consubstantial"

Are you struggling with saying "consubstantial?"

Gentle humor is our ally — your morning cup of coffee is our vessel...

Consubstantial: One in being with my coffee.

http://www.consubstantial.net

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Best spam I've seen in some time. But, it is still against forum rules. First post ever and hawking wares probably isn't going to fly. Sorry.
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Cool spam. Its so cool, its, like, consubstantial!
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No beer stein? Friar Tuck would be so disappointed!
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This is grain, which any fool can eat, but for which the Lord intended a more divine means of consumption. Let us give praise to our maker and glory to his bounty by learning about… beer!
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Best spam I've seen in some time. But, it is still against forum rules. First post ever and hawking wares probably isn't going to fly. Sorry.
Ah, you are right -- didn't the read the rules closely enough. My apologies.
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Ah, you are right -- didn't the read the rules closely enough. My apologies.
It is in The Clubhouse, so maybe it will be okay. It is fun stuff.
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It is in The Clubhouse, so maybe it will be okay. It is fun stuff.
It would just be so humiliating to have to sticker myself

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No beer stein? Friar Tuck would be so disappointed!
Ok, Ok. I've added in a beer stein. But do you really need more encouragement to drink beer?
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Ok, Ok. I've added in a beer stein. But do you really need more encouragement to drink beer?
Beer is bread in liquid form. Jesus is the bread of life.
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I, too, am one in bean with my coffee.
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I, too, am one in bean with my coffee.
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Ok, Ok. I've added in a beer stein. But do you really need more encouragement to drink beer?
Actually, I only rarely have beer anyway. There's a bottle in my cupboard I bought last summer.
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Old Feb 26, '12, 2:20 am
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Are you struggling with saying "consubstantial?"

Gentle humor is our ally — your morning cup of coffee is our vessel...

Consubstantial: One in being with my coffee.

http://www.consubstantial.net

It could be used in a "Ladykillers" film starring a couple of conmen, who were dreaming up a consubstantial affair.
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