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Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897398
06/12/20 06:37 AM
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Gods grace

Taking my boots and socks off after a long day.

“Satisfying” my wife whistle

Helping people

Money



Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897403
06/12/20 06:42 AM
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Hancock Co., Indiana
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A brand new set of racing slicks will make you feel like Captain Marvel-King Kong-Superman!

smile


What from Christ that soul can sever,
Bound by everlasting bands?
None shall take thee
From the Strength of Israel's hands.

Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897434
06/12/20 07:29 AM
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Peoria County Illinois
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Peoria County Illinois
barn full of hay


Just passin through
Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897438
06/12/20 07:37 AM
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The morning dump. laugh

Re: Things that feel good. [Re: teepee2] #6897446
06/12/20 07:49 AM
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New Hampshire
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Nessmuck Online content
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Originally Posted by teepee2
The morning dump. laugh


Beat me to it......yup a Good Bowel Movement


It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees.
Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897448
06/12/20 07:50 AM
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Central Ontario, Canada
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Central Ontario, Canada
Some great ones posted!

Add:

Finally outsmarting that last educated beaver at a nuisance job.
Daily Checks of the vegetable garden to marvel at the progress (especially for a relative nube such as myself)
Sobriety

Last edited by Crit-R-Dun; 06/12/20 07:51 AM.
Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897499
06/12/20 09:10 AM
06/12/20 09:10 AM
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michigan,USA
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All the good things mentioned.

Seeing the "BAD GUY", finally get his!


Vietnam--1967 46th. Const./Combat Engineers

"Chaotic action is preferable to orderly inaction."
"After the first shot, all plans go out the window!"
Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897507
06/12/20 09:24 AM
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Ontario, Canada
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Ontario, Canada
Checking your coon sets in the dark and seeing a few sets of eyes glowing in your flashlight beam
Picking that first garden tomato
An ice cold beer out of a cooler full of ice on a hot day
That first sip of coffee on your day off


Just happy to be here.
Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897513
06/12/20 09:35 AM
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Nevada
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Nevada
watching your kids reach their goals and become adults

Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897519
06/12/20 09:44 AM
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West Central MN
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Watching the sun rise of set.

Sharing a good cup of coffee or a cold beer with good friends.

A kid's laughter.

Watching your dog work a trail.

Opening up a box of new traps.

After a long-hard day of work, looking back and seeing a good days worth of accomplishment.


Common sense is a not a vegetable that does well in everyone's garden.
Re: Things that feel good. [Re: corky] #6897521
06/12/20 09:47 AM
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Green County Wisconsin
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Originally Posted by corky
Small engines that start


went to start the log splitter the other morning it hadn't been run in 2 months . I turned on the fuel , oh I will just pull it over 3 times slow to pull some fuel in , Pop and ran on the 3rd slow pull , well isn't that nice

same for the string trimmer hadn't run since fall 3-4 slow pulls to turn it over and draw some fuel in and a quick one.

I am giving some of the credit on both to the star-tron in the fuel.


A truck that starts at -30 on the first try


America only has one issue, we have a Responsibility crisis and everything else stems from it.
Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897580
06/12/20 11:54 AM
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Warren co Mo
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The first piece of crappie out of the fryer, that almost burns my lips off. Mmmmm


If your mind draws a blank, turn off the sound, because ya can't learn a thing if you're doin all the talkin
Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897585
06/12/20 12:01 PM
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I expect when I get as old as some of you folks, a good bowel movement and a full nights sleep will feel pretty good.


1 Samuel 17:45-47
Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897587
06/12/20 12:11 PM
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Marion Kansas
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A great cow horse

Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897602
06/12/20 12:37 PM
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900hp, 1200lb winged dirt Sprint car "winging over" when you turn into the corner at 135mph.

Almost as good as it hooking up when coming out of the corner, flat to the floor.

Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897626
06/12/20 01:10 PM
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The smell of gun powder at the begging of hunting season.
The smell of smoke from a hardwood fire as you walk back to the house from a long day of hunting at dark.

Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897628
06/12/20 01:17 PM
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Anything to do with midgets, I love midgets. grin


I wonder if tap dancers walk into a room, look at the floor, and think, I'd tap that. I wonder about things.....
Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897647
06/12/20 02:02 PM
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pig castrator

someone had to include it

Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Zim] #6897651
06/12/20 02:17 PM
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The smell of skunk on a cool fall morning.
A gobbler hammering at sunup.
The sight of a missing cat drag.
A pale yote waiting for me.
The look on a happy dogs face for no reason.
Being in the mountains without another soul around.
A holster that fits me perfect.
Friends that have my back.


Was born in a Big City Will die in the Country OK with that!

Jerry Herbst
Re: Things that feel good. [Re: Nessmuck] #6897759
06/12/20 04:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Nessmuck
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Sorry Nessy; but that is only a one finger drink you have poured. Zim has to hold his iron ring finger in and then he gets a two finger pour and sometimes it pinky to trigger finger pour.

Zim and he I thought you were going to say a Staff holder holding a steady rod.....gone are those days with GPS surveying now.

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