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I need an ID with twenty years younger and a facelift.  How much?

i want one too, but thirty years younger :grind dance:
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Tennis Discussions / Re: Btw, who are the current mods here?
« Last post by monstertruck on Yesterday at 04:25:57 AM »
I glance now and then, but not often.  Like you said, busy.  I check on anything that gets reported.  Overall we have a good group who post so not usually anything to worry about, for the most part. ; )
OK Scott, could you get me a fake passport btw. Not that I need one  :)~. Check out the fake passports threads. You should 'promote' someone to get rid of spam. I nominate Swish or Monster. They are great posters and still active ...
I nominate Alex.
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:whip:
Now Lug, thanks, if got something like that (spanking) from Emma I might be able to take it  :)~ :rofl_2:
You not only would 'take it' but I'm sure she'd have you begging for it by the end....
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Tennis Discussions / Re: Who will win this wimbledon?
« Last post by monstertruck on Yesterday at 04:23:38 AM »
Dustin Brown is the man.
Proving yet again that real grass tennis can be done, even in times like this.

Chip and charges all over the place, very fast paced tennis with so much variety all over the court never letting Nadal get his rhythm for a second.
This is real tennis in my opinion.
Shame that this type of play isn't rewarding due to surface homogenization. You can clearly see how much players like Brown suffer from this. Such talent goes to 'waste' due to selling different kinda style over the years with 6h matches of grinding tennis with no balls to shorten the point or to spice it up.

I've been saying it for years; this kind of tennis can be done and win! The homogenized courts don't reward aggressive play, but Brown gave us a blast from the past; and quite welcomed! The replay is going on now! I loved how everything Brown did was contrary to how Rafa wanted things to go! The pace was quick with service games over in less than 1.5 min.! There were almost no extended rallies so Rafa couldn't get into his usual "forehand" groove! He was jerk around and almost hit a couple times! These are things he likes to do to his opposition and he couldn't have liked the feeling! Overall, this was the best performance by "an also-ran" all year! Fognini beat Rafa on clay; true enough, but this was far more entertaining and brought back a lot of great memories!  :cool:
It's barely 5 a.m. here but I say 'Drinks all around'.  Let's celebrate tennis as it should be! :drinks:
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Tennis Discussions / Re: Who will win this wimbledon?
« Last post by monstertruck on Yesterday at 04:20:47 AM »
Just look at this:



This is how you play tennis on grass, ladies and gentlemen.
Actually, what I enjoy is a balance of the 2 opposing styles with a few all-court players thrown in the mix as well.  I think if Raf saw this style of play on a more regular basis he would be able to adapt, but since surface homogenization and super strings came on the scene the ATP has turned into Big Babe Bashing, WTA style, tennis on steroids. :double blah:
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Tennis Discussions / Re: Who will win this wimbledon?
« Last post by monstertruck on Yesterday at 04:17:29 AM »
Dustin Brown is the man.
Proving yet again that real grass tennis can be done, even in times like this.

Chip and charges all over the place, very fast paced tennis with so much variety all over the court never letting Nadal get his rhythm for a second.
This is real tennis in my opinion.
Shame that this type of play isn't rewarding due to surface homogenization. You can clearly see how much players like Brown suffer from this. Such talent goes to 'waste' due to selling different kinda style over the years with 6h matches of grinding tennis with no balls to shorten the point or to spice it up.
Nominated for post of the century. :first-place:
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Tennis Discussions / Re: Who will win this wimbledon?
« Last post by monstertruck on Yesterday at 04:15:47 AM »
I didn't know about Stanimal & Birdman porn pics.  Who was giving and who was taking? ;-()

It's just some ESPN cover pics or something if I remember correctly. Look it up -cause It's too disgusting for me to post here  ..-)
That would be Alex's baliwick, not mine. :\
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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by mimi on July 02, 2015, 11:32:23 PM »
his consistency, intimidating aura, movement etc lost along with his hairs :insane: :rip: :yuk:

he is playing like a no-head chicken :fish: :insane:

how is work?  In bettre shift now?

Will be on first for no more than two weeks, then second. Second is 3 till 11:30 PM. Very good for me.
 
Fed is looking like an old bag.
Too much sun and too much stress from Nadal kicking his arse.  :confused1:

up till 11:30 pm is much bettre than till 5 am

i think Roger looks a bit like the actor in "The Monk" (detective story)

rafa kicking his arse?  come on, rafa is no use now  :)>>>>
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Tennis4you Chat Threads / Re: ~* Ye Olde Village *~ Volume 1 "A New Beginning"
« Last post by Swish on July 02, 2015, 11:26:14 PM »
I got to get some sleep, it's past my bedtimezzzz.
 
Laterzzzz.
 
 :)
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I need an ID with twenty years younger and a facelift.  How much?
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