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Old 05-14-2004, 06:35 PM   #1
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pita i think i hve an idea but other words are sometimes hard for me to understand
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PITA... Pain In The ***


Kudos... is kind of like props... like props for doing this or that...
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Pita: a flat bread often used to make wraps
Kudos: a brand name of granola bars


Seriously, 97NAbonneville1 is right, PITA=pain in the arse, kudos is sort-of a congratulations, or giving credit to someone for what they've done.

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Pita: a flat bread often used to make wraps:
I have a friend in Rhode Island that puts Pita Pan Peanut Butter on Pita Bread
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Pita: a flat bread often used to make wraps:
I have a friend in Rhode Island that puts Pita Pan Peanut Butter on Pita Bread
grooooooaaaaannnnnnnnn
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Pita: a flat bread often used to make wraps:
I have a friend in Rhode Island that puts Pita Pan Peanut Butter on Pita Bread
grooooooaaaaannnnnnnnn
Sounds like a John Henry joke to me...
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lol it is a john henry joke
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Pita: a flat bread often used to make wraps:
I have a friend in Rhode Island that puts Pita Pan Peanut Butter on Pita Bread
grooooooaaaaannnnnnnnn
Sounds like a John Henry joke to me...
With apologies to John Heny, but who exactly is he anyway???!!!

And to keep this thread somewhat on topic, is he a "pita"?
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John Herry... If I am not mistaken..Henry or Herry...anyway, thats MOS95B
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John Herry... If I am not mistaken..Henry or Herry...anyway, thats MOS95B
Ohhhhhh! That PITA!!!

But I gotta admit, his jokes are better.
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