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    What is the Mason-Dixon Line?

    FF used this term "below the Mason-Dixon Line" in a thread which is now in MKP and it got me wondering...
    what does it refer to and what is it's origin?

    Must be some yanks on the board who can help an antipodean out...

    or Frankie of course...

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    ^ Oh, damn there goes my chance to show off how clever i is! (being an aussie and all)

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    This part of the article is more commonly accepted definition these days:
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    The Mason-Dixon line became symbolic of the division between the "free states" and "slave states" from the Missouri Compromise until the end of the American Civil War.
    but the historical part of the article can go a long way to give y'all a clue to the independent attitude of the the States that make up the the US.

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    Right, anymore it is the line that seperates the Yanks from the Dixie Cups.

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    In 1994, Vin Diesel managed to snort the entire Mason/Dixon line into his left nostril, a feat which created a vacuum over Northern Continental America that has not been filled to this day.

    It also created a rather powerful buzz, the effects of which have not yet faded either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by klongmaster
    What is the Mason-Dixon Line?
    Is it part of the London Undergound System ? For you Americans 'The Subway'.

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    Is it related to the Hatfields and McCoys?

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    It is the line of darker skin and/or fine hairs that some women have, running from just below the navel to the top of the pubic region.

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    ^Shit - I've kind of got one of them

    I don't think mine looks very feminine though.

    Is it normal for a guy to have a mason-dixon line?

    Can it be waxed? shaved? immac'ed?

    Quote Originally Posted by klongmaster
    'below the Mason-Dixon Line' - what does it refer to and what is it's origin?
    Hmmm. Not sure how to describe it. Can post pics. Shaved or au naturelle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipcode View Post
    It is the line of darker skin and/or fine hairs that some women have, running from just below the navel to the top of the pubic region.
    now you've just made this thread interesting!

    Piccies please!

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