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  1. #16
    that too, in some cases, for sure....


  2. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by oldtop View Post
    that too, in some cases, for sure....
    and hirsuite as well.

    This is one of several Hindu temples in Houston or Hou metro area.
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    Heck, who ya think drives all thos Houston taxicabs and owns all the Utotems and CircleKs?


  3. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by greybeard View Post
    and hirsuite as well.

    This is one of several Hindu temples in Houston or Hou metro area.


    Heck, who ya think drives all thos Houston taxicabs and owns all the Utotems and CircleKs?
    hirsute: hairy
    I had to look it up myself, thanks for the new adjective graybeard. Yay, another Texan Marine!

    That temple is stunningly beautiful, how lovely.

    I dated an Indian once, I'd met him at a Kundalini Yoga Summer Solstice retreat. It was just a fling, he was Sikh, too young and lived in England. He was very cute and sweet though and not smelly at all by the way. But, Sikhs don't ever cut their hair and I have to say I was kind of shocked the first time he took off his turban, he had the craziest Indian mullet you'd ever seen, little fuzzy balding hair on top and the back went all the way past his butt! I thought it was kind of cute after I got used to it and he had other very attractive qualities that I won't mention, just saying...


  4. #19
    had a Hindu woman explain how she used the $5000 jacuzzi tub in her very expensive bathroom... every Saturday, she sat in the tub on a stool and pored a small bucket of water over herself and DONE !!!... no soap, no shampoo, no NOTHING!!! no wonder she smelled like, well, you know... $hit!!!


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    That's not an Indian, it's an imposter, a cultural appropriator, a Hare Krishna.

    Krishna is a main Hindu god, he's usually blue.




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    He looks like a transgender......


  9. #24
    Probably all of the above, another lost soul craving attention.


  10. #25
    Hairy Fishnuts…...


  11. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoose View Post
    He looks like a transgender......
    Oh, did you mean Krishna looks transgender? He's not human, those are just different incarnations he can take.

    The Indians do have amazing ancient myths and heroic tales about all their gods interacting with humans, really awesome stories, Mahabharata and the Bhagavad Gita, etc.


  12. #27
    Is that anything like the Grand Mystic Royal Order
    Of the Nobles of the Ali Baba Temple of the Shrine?


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    Could it be a spin off of...." The United Clan of Leatherneck Azzholes "


  14. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by greybeard View Post
    Is that anything like the Grand Mystic Royal Order
    Of the Nobles of the Ali Baba Temple of the Shrine?
    I had a feeling greybeard didn't just pull that out of his rear end...

    I'd never heard this tune I must say!

    (I honestly don't even know what a Shriner is)




  15. #30
    have you not heard of the Shriner's hospital for children? it's usually all over the TV wanting money, (understandably) for children much like St. Judes hospital.


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