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Broke the bank at Las Vegas, or won a packet of smokes for getting your tinkle out in class? Outrageous, heroic or plain stupid bets.

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(, Thu 7 May 2009, 13:04)
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I once went to a US Naval Base
In the coastal town of Gunsan, South Korea for those in the know. I went to their slot machines room on base. I was the only one out of my friends gambling. I put a few quarters into a machine. I won $25 in quarters. I put a few more quarters into another machine. I won $30 in quarters.

I then felt a very large rough hand on my shoulder. I was then 'led' to the cashing up place by a burlesque Naval officer, had my quarters turned into notes, then told thank you but please fuck off and do not come back, you fucking limey scam artist.

I have never used slot machines before and I didn't even know what I was doing. I did turn the cash into some awesome taco bell though.
(, Mon 11 May 2009, 19:43, 9 replies)
You misspelled "Awful"

(, Mon 11 May 2009, 20:58, closed)
Here's me
Scanning and re-scanning my post for where I misspelt the word 'awful'. Then I realised what you had done.

I stand by my statement. Taco Bell is awesome!
(, Tue 12 May 2009, 18:51, closed)
I'm pretty sure
you mean 'burly' rather than 'burlesque'.

Or maybe not.
(, Mon 11 May 2009, 21:46, closed)
Heh heh
Burlesque naval officers. Yum.
(, Mon 11 May 2009, 22:12, closed)
conjures up an amusing image
(, Tue 12 May 2009, 9:34, closed)
Yo Quiero Taco Bell...
As the old ad slogan went.

The missus has been over here for eight years now and Taco Bell is probably the one thing she would bring over from the US if she were given the choice - when we went to NYC last year it was one of our first food stops.

Used to have a couple in London, but now there are only two in the UK, both on USAF bases in East Anglia (boo).

However, apparently the owner, Yum Brands, who also own KFC, are looking at bringing it to the UK in 2010/11... fingers crossed.
(, Mon 11 May 2009, 23:14, closed)
that word...
I don't think "burlesque" means what you think it does.

Perhaps you meant "burly" or "brusque" ?
(, Tue 12 May 2009, 10:38, closed)
To clarify
I think anyone in uniform looks burlesque. He looked like a gay extra from some ghastly vaudeville theatre.
(, Tue 12 May 2009, 18:50, closed)
Ugh, Taco Bell
is vile. *shudders*
(, Wed 13 May 2009, 0:43, closed)

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