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Keys found at Moonarie
One Day Hero
8-May-2016
11:18:11 AM
We found a fresh looking set of Mercedes keys at Moonarie last week.To arrange return, please write a 500 word essay on why bourgeois status symbols are incompatible with a value system which allows proper appreciation of a place like Moonarie. It may be worth touching on some of the consumerist crags which would be more appropriate destinations for the type of tool who gets around in a luxury 4wd.

Jayford4321
8-May-2016
11:52:35 AM
On 8/05/2016 One Day Hero wrote:
>We found a fresh looking set of Mercedes keys at Moonarie last week.To
>arrange return, please write a 500 word essay on why bourgeois status symbols
>are incompatible with a value system which allows proper appreciation of
>a place like Moonarie. It may be worth touching on some of the consumerist
>crags which would be more appropriate destinations for the type of tool
>who gets around in a luxury 4wd.

Were the keys sitting up balanced on a rock like fresh wombat shit? Or is it just that U don't like old money?

Eduardo Slabofvic
10-May-2016
9:46:12 AM
Oh, they're mine
jdb
10-May-2016
1:04:00 PM
Last time I saw those keys they were in a pile on Simey's dining table.

Looks like the owner got cold feet and figured Moonarie was a safe distance from Natimuk.....

ChuckNorris
10-May-2016
8:28:27 PM
On 10/05/2016 jdb wrote:
>Last time I saw those keys they were in a pile on Simey's dining table.
>
>Looks like the owner got cold feet and figured Moonarie was a safe distance
>from Natimuk

didn't you see above? They are Eduardo's keys. Story is they found true love and eloped. They were so engaged in passionate love they didn't even notice ODH nicking his car.

Hey Simey & ed I hope your love survives the long bus ride home.

With warm congratulations
Stugang.


Jayford4321
11-May-2016
8:38:00 PM
On 10/05/2016 Stugang wrote:
>On 10/05/2016 jdb wrote:
>>Last time I saw those keys they were in a pile on Simey's dining table.
>>
>>Looks like the owner got cold feet and figured Moonarie was a safe distance
>>from Natimuk
>
>didn't you see above? They are Eduardo's keys. Story is they found true
>love and eloped. They were so engaged in passionate love they didn't even
>notice ODH nicking his car.
>
>Hey Simey & ed I hope your love survives the long bus ride home.
>
>With warm congratulations
>Stugang.
>
Ur congratulating a successful car jack right?

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