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post #61 of 71
prickly nice siggy, thanks for the cred. This post made me LOL, just more prove that there's not enuf JONG postings here.......


yet.

way to go swamp dog

http://http://forums.epicski.com/sho...2&postcount=10


Lettuce hear it for the JONGS

edit to add that i hate computers and suck at teh internets and try to link to the thread

http://forums.epicski.com/showthread.php?t=72088
post #62 of 71
Jimmie. I'm troubled by your edit. You can't revive a dead link.You're gonna have to cook it or smoke it.
post #63 of 71
One of my teachers this semester has the last name JONG.
post #64 of 71
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One of my teachers this semester has the last name JONG.


You better get on a first name basis with said teacher asap. Otherwise, you will have to spend the semester saying "Mr. Jong" while trying not to laugh. Either that or avoid speaking to Mr. Jong altogether. Hopefully his/her first name is not Fukayu or Fukame.
post #65 of 71
Jong is Dutch for "young". "De Jong" is a very common surname in Holland and South Africa. (The Dutch version of the surname "Young")
post #66 of 71
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You better get on a first name basis with said teacher asap. Otherwise, you will have to spend the semester saying "Mr. Jong" while trying not to laugh. Either that or avoid speaking to Mr. Jong altogether. Hopefully his/her first name is not Fukayu or Fukame.
It's Carol.

But I was definitely smirking a bit when I received my enrollment list and saw 'Health & Nutrition, JONG'

But wait, that's DOCTOR JONG to you!
post #67 of 71
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Jong is Dutch for "young". "De Jong" is a very common surname in Holland and South Africa. (The Dutch version of the surname "Young")
Is she a young woman?......Nah I' won't go there.
post #68 of 71
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Lettuce hear it for the JONGS
Spelling that keeps on giving.
post #69 of 71
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It's Carol.

But I was definitely smirking a bit when I received my enrollment list and saw 'Health & Nutrition, JONG'

But wait, that's DOCTOR JONG to you!


thefrush this is good JONG postings here, JONG.


Mr dookEY




I sitting here anxious for my new ski seasoning to start when i read that yours hasn't ended yet; way to go mang looks like you really shedded it but i must ask if you season isn't over yet how do you know when the new one starts???

While there still not enuf JONG postings on this thread yet, I'm still hopeful that you can see wut too many JONG postings really is. Wondering right now who's teh JONG that made the new post about teh global warmings? I feel so guilty...... I'm off to make sure there''s enough air in my tires.
post #70 of 71
jong: The new smurf
post #71 of 71
So what does North Korea have to do with skiing anyway?
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