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Philly

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Hi All,
Came across this "description" whilst trawling the net.

* Neanderthal
1(n): One who participates in mysterious, quasi religious rituals involving wood, iron, and hi-carbon steel, and who periodically wander aimlessly across state lines in a futile attempt to satisfy their insatiable lust for the relics and paraphernalia required by their twisted practices. 2:
(alt. v - to Neanderthal) to go on pilgrimages to holy sites known only to those who partake of the Challis of Stanley - see PATINA, Crane's, M-WTCA, Leachmeister's Cave, most of the state of Massachusetts.


Not quite sure if that applies to me? :roll:

cheers
Philly :D
 

Alf

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Well I dunno, but that sounds more like the definition for "galoot" to me. Maybe a "neanderloot" or a "galathal"? I've always gone on the principle that:
hand tools = neanderthal
old hand tools = galoot (at heart, even if not a member of The Porch)

I'm taking this too seriously, aren't I? :oops:

Cheers, Alf
 

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