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Bon Fire. All invited. Party w/the newbies.


Had a great time with you all at Jack's, just want to invite you all for a good time on the east side.

Come join your host:
Donna Bella
Captain Dan
Noshame
Wingman
Wetbar
Evilshotgirl

Beer and food included

Depending on interest. Direcections and Phone numbers to follow.
 

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Where is it?
 

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Hi Donna Bella, I met you at TNT's last Tuesday...I had the purple bellydancing costume on
I live off Groesbeck between 15 & 16...might be able to stop by for a few...there are so many LSCN events I can't go to all of them or I will have to go to rehab
 

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that's my birthday!
 

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QUOTE(surfergirlck @ Nov 3 2003, 03:02 PM)that's my birthday!

No way, really...this Friday?? I swear the fun never stops
 

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Cool! We'll celebrate CK's B-Day Friday the 14th on the BRB and/or some bar then have a huge Bon Fire Party on Saturday the 15th.

Aren't all the girls getting together first with the BRB on the 14th then meeting up with the guys later?


Sounds like a great weekend!!!
 

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Hmmmm, I've never been to a bonfire that was spelled as two words before. <_< What's the difference?


 

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Bon Fire is the proper spelling according to the ancient latin word from wich it is derived.

Bon, from the latin word "Boun" meaning "large circular sub-terranian orifice". Fire, from the latin word "Fiero" meaning "burning substance were many villagers shall dance around and enjoy libations from cylindrical metal containers".


Ahhhhh....... I should have been a teacher. I just love educating the masses.
 

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QUOTE(Captain Dan @ Nov 3 2003, 08:49 PM)Bon Fire is the proper spelling according to the ancient latin word from wich it is derived.

Bon, from the latin word "Boun" meaning "large circular sub-terranian orifice". Fire, from the latin word "Fiero" meaning "burning substance were many villagers shall dance around and enjoy libations from cylindrical metal containers".


Ahhhhh....... I should have been a teacher. I just love educating the masses.



whether or not it's spelled w/ one word or two.....I'll be there


 

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QUOTE(Captain Dan @ Nov 3 2003, 08:49 PM)Bon Fire is the proper spelling according to the ancient latin word from wich it is derived.

Bon, from the latin word "Boun" meaning "large circular sub-terranian orifice". Fire, from the latin word "Fiero" meaning "burning substance were many villagers shall dance around and enjoy libations from cylindrical metal containers".


Ahhhhh....... I should have been a teacher. I just love educating the masses.


After a lesson in linguistics like that, I how could I not be there to enjoy the festivities! Post a map, and I'll plan on coming!! KEWL!! And I'll bring many cylindrical metal containers filled with adult beverages!
 

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ok, friday the 14th is the birthday bus run
saturday the 15th is the bonfire (and my actual birthday!)

hmmmm.... i just may have to be there.....
 

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Sounds like a plan.
 
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