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Team OCN


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Welcome to the Team OCN folding thread. Ownership of the thread was changed, so a few posts might seem random. Team OCN is always looking for backup team members in the event one of us has a hardware failure or life gets in the way of folding, things like that. We have a great team that likes contributing to great causes, and I'm proud to be the current Team Captain.

 

Currently Team OCN consists of:

daddydoitall

notyettoday

CharliesTheMan

 

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10 hours ago, CharliesTheMan said:

That's a lot of maths happening. Hope everyone is having a good week. It's Hump Daaaaaaaaaay.

Over here a "Hump Day" means us brits would be erm...well enjoying the company of another lol. 

 

What is a hump day to you ?

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6 hours ago, ENTERPRISE said:

Over here a "Hump Day" means us brits would be erm...well enjoying the company of another lol. 

 

What is a hump day to you ?

Well, i'll tell you what it means to Americans. "Get over the hump of the 5 day work week". Most Americans hate their job or at the very least are exhausted, celebrating the middle of the work week means more than actually humping our significant others. 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Avacado said:

Well, i'll tell you what it means to Americans. "Get over the hump of the 5 day work week". Most Americans hate their job or at the very least are exhausted, celebrating the middle of the work week means more than actually humping our significant others. 

 

 

Ha, I will consider myself educated !

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23 hours ago, Avacado said:

Well, i'll tell you what it means to Americans. "Get over the hump of the 5 day work week". Most Americans hate their job or at the very least are exhausted, celebrating the middle of the work week means more than actually humping our significant others. 

 

 

 

Every day is hump day. How dreadful to think it's only on Wednesday. 🤔 

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