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This is missing the There's no place like 127.0.0.1 option. (For any ThinkGeekers around).

I had to pick 'the present' just for the "There's no time like the present". If only because of my present situation in life. It's about to be a great time for me and I can't wait! So I suppose my answer is really more or less like "There is no time like the not-too-distant future" :)

A different format for the poll:

There's no $1 like $2

  • place/home
  • time/present
  • fool/old $1
  • business/show $1
  • $noun/$pronoun (hrm, is this right?)
  • "Nobody doesn't like Sara Lee" (all I could find)
  • fury/a woman scorned
  • service/self $1
  • ???/pollination (what is this one?)


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In reply to Re: There's no X like... by Coruscate
in thread There's no X like... by tye 

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