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Posted By: snowden884

Posted On: May 19, 2003
Views: 813
War for adults is just

Paintball. So if you have the time money and place to go you can be a kid with that anytime you want.


Posted By: Max Powers

Posted On: May 19, 2003
Views: 793
RE: War for adults is just

true that. paintball is tight.


Posted By: Rigmus

Posted On: May 19, 2003
Views: 787
RE: War for adults is just

paintballing is really sweet, but you can kill two birds with one stone if you climb a tree while paintballing...hehe


Posted By: Pete Buke

Posted On: May 19, 2003
Views: 776
RE: War for adults is just

I got hit in the sack once. stung


Posted By: Max Powers

Posted On: May 19, 2003
Views: 768
RE: War for adults is just

i know how that feels... not so cool. paintball is fun when done safely and with some sort of brains.. the dumb f u c k s that go out and shoot cars are giving paintballa bad name, and they should be shot in the sack.


Posted By: Chance Furlong

Posted On: May 20, 2003
Views: 743
RE: War for adults is just

I thought war for adults was, y'know, war.

The only things on the list I wouldn't do are the "imitation-adult" things. I mean, I don't see the appeal of making an Easy Bake Oven cake, since I can make a real one. Or at least try to.

CF


Posted By: Sharon

Posted On: May 22, 2003
Views: 710
RE: War for adults is just

PAINTBALL war for adults is more than just. It rocks! During one family reunion, we all went to a local laser tag place. We were figuring out how to divide into teams when the teenagers overwhelmingly decided they wanted to pit "the young folks against the old folks." Even we over-35s thought we might get outrun and maybe even creamed up against all that young energy. But we had was strategy and experience on our side. One of my brothers had even seen action in Vietnam. WE PUMMELLED THEIR ASSES INTO THE DIRT. I mean, the score was embarrassing... and after they had talked all that trash about rocking chairs and canes and how easily they would kick our asses. OF COURSE we felt obliged to do tasteless victory dances, "who's da man" 's, etc. It was, as my poor, defeated nephew wished he could have said, "totally awesome."