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Jeremy Igo

Less than 3 weeks to go......

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Less than 3 weeks until real Panthers news and discussions are back. Less than 3 weeks until this forum is Panthers talk only....

 

Can you smell it? Can you taste it? Can you reach underneath and feel it?

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Can you smell it? Can you taste it? Can you reach underneath and feel it?

 

Perhaps this should be the next topic for the podcast.  Just open up the phone lines and let 'er rip.

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Mmmmm hmmm. Now you're talkin'. It is going to be glorious.

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oh yeah I guess that could be it...I just thought it was me out in the 90° sun all day

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I can feel it in my plums. 

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I'll be happy.

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Less than 3 weeks until real Panthers news and discussions are back. Less than 3 weeks until this forum is Panthers talk only....

Can you smell it? Can you taste it? Can you reach underneath and feel it?

Hmm, anyone else up for a three week drinking binge?

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Three week erection

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Why was the boner thread from earlier today deleted?

That was a good informative thread with great discussions

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In one month and one day, we'll be watching preseason football.

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