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  • #16
    Originally posted by SQUACKEE
    Originally posted by mojo
    But I taught him how to spell the most important word in his universe.
    and without your loving tuturing i even mispelled that! im pathetic. i know track though so lets get it on!!!

    it's" luving" remember.

    And let's not! :wink:

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    • #17
      I believe it was Samuel Clemens who once said he little regard for the literary talents of a man who only knew one way to spell a word.

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      • #18
        Someone flicked a piece of eraser at me and it went straight into my right ear, that freaked me out, but it fell out after a short while. Having an ovulating bee in my ear would freak me the hell out!

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        • #19
          Hey Twitter,

          FYI, based on the subject title, I couldn't help reading your post in a Gaelic burr, with the "Irish Washer Woman" tune playing in my head. :wink:

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          • #20
            Originally posted by big mac
            Someone flicked a piece of eraser at me and it went straight into my right ear, that freaked me out, but it fell out after a short while. Having an ovulating bee in my ear would freak me the hell out!
            The different levels of freak-out:

            :: That was cool
            :: Wow, that was freaky
            :: That freaked me out
            :: That freaked me the hell out
            :: That was way freakin freaky
            :: That was totally freakin nuts, dude
            :: I was like, freaked out, half to death

            :-)

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            • #21
              Originally posted by big mac
              Someone flicked a piece of eraser at me and it went straight into my right ear, that freaked me out, but it fell out after a short while. Having an ovulating bee in my ear would freak me the hell out!
              Which ear did it fall out of ?
              "A beautiful theory killed by an ugly fact."
              by Thomas Henry Huxley

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