Thursday, August 09, 2012

The Secret Language of Ice Skates

You’ve probably seen them in your city…shoes hanging from telephone wires and power lines…



Mistress MJ understood it to mean that you could buy drugs in that area. However, various theories abound, as you can read here.

Mistress MJ was walking the streets of Montreal recently, minding her own business, when she spotted a pair of ice skates hanging above…



What could it mean?

22 comments:

  1. It means you're in CANADA!

    GOLD!

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  2. Hey! Those are mine!!!

    HI HO SILVER!

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  3. It means you can buy sparkling outfits and body glitter in the area.

    Bronze!

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  4. Sonja Henie is on crack again.

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    1. and she'll do her best double axel ever!

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  5. peggy fleming needs a sharpener, fast.

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  6. It means that "The "Brian's" are back in town...

    Sharpen your claws ladies...

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  7. I think it's to let you know that the oh-so-fabulous Rudy Galindo & Johnny Weir are in town for Smuckers Stars on Ice!

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  8. ...that Brian Boitano is selling crack. His.

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  9. That someone just finished watching Ice Castles and was - touched - by its poignant ending?

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  10. It must be the ghost of Sonya Henie is getting ready for her reality show 'Ghosts on Ice'. Kabuki joins MJ as they scour Canada looking for Sonya and her misfit crew of dead ice performers. Hijinks galore!!

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  11. Some poor bastard has just been forced to attend Disney on Ice and has vowed to NEVER EVER ice skate again

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  12. One too many 'flying camels' landed some poor Canucklehead over the lines where the ravens carried him away bit by bit, leaving only these skates as a reminder that flying camels will totally turn on you when you least expect it.

    That, or Brian Boitano is selling crack (his.)

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  13. It means you can find crystal meth also known as ice in the hood.

    What part of town do you live in again???
    What part of town do you live in again???
    What part of town do you live in again???

    Sorry I'm tweakin'

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  14. Refreshing iced meth now available.

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  15. No. I think it mean there are some very hot gay boy ice skaters in the area looking for a good talented butt pirate! How did you think I know so many chorus boys from these skate shows? And they have butts of steel!!! *smiles fondly with memories of blond Canadian boy, legs up, skates on*

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  16. Over here, we use the expression "accrocher ses patins" (to hang their skates) which was priorly used when a professional hockey player retired from the NHL, but I have ABSOLUTELY no idea what this is all about!!! They look like there hanging on an electric wire!

    And as for crack... *smiles as images of Lloyd Eisler rushes in head*

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  17. It is curious. Perhaps, it just means there's a regular round of gaiety going on in that area. On the train from Manchester Piccadilly going to Manchester airport, I was shocked to see vast amounts of peg baskets left hanging on people's washing lines. This suggests to me high levels of sluttish behavior.

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  18. You Bitches are all skating on thin ice.

    I think it's time we moved on to Filthy Friday, don't you?

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