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  • A three foot long prehensile cawk

    1 7.14%
  • A flicky frog tongue

    7 50.00%
  • I'm quite happy with what I've got. Thanks.

    6 42.86%
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    manker's Avatar effendi
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    A three foot long prehensile cawk or a flicky tongue, like what frogs have.
    I plan on beating him to death with his kids. I'll use them as a bludgeon on his face. -

    --Good for them if they survive.

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    "Which"

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPaul
    "Which"
    Eastwick or Pendle?
    I plan on beating him to death with his kids. I'll use them as a bludgeon on his face. -

    --Good for them if they survive.

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    I'm quite happy with what I have.

    BTW, snakes have flicky tongues, not frogs.


    I bet he'll pretend it was a rod now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manker
    Quote Originally Posted by JPaul
    "Which"
    Eastwick or Pendle?
    Yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guillaume
    I'm quite happy with what I have.

    BTW, snakes have flicky tongues, not frogs.


    I bet he'll pretend it was a rod now.
    Look, mate. A biologist who speaks fluent latin just told me on msn that frogs have flicky tongues.

    I'm just a lackey.


    Edit: Just read the small text - nope, but there was a grammar rod in the title.
    Last edited by manker; 04-02-2006 at 10:20 PM.
    I plan on beating him to death with his kids. I'll use them as a bludgeon on his face. -

    --Good for them if they survive.

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    Frog tongue. Better for us ladies. Plus I can smack cawktards accross the face with it and they'd never know it was me.

    Plus I could eat flies.
    This pump dispenses gasoline, a fossil fuel. People who believe fossils are not real should put something else in their tanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manker
    Look, mate. A biologist who speaks fluent latin just told me on msn that frogs have flicky tongues.

    I'm just a lackey.


    Edit: Just read the small text - nope, but there was a grammar rod in the title.
    Mmm. We could both be right, depends which definition of "flick" you were using.
    flick
    n.

    1.
    1. A light quick blow, jerk, or touch: a flick of the wrist; gave my horse a flick with the reins.
    2. The sound accompanying this motion.
    2. A light splash, dash, or daub.


    v. flicked, flick·ing, flicks
    v. tr.

    1. To touch or hit with a light quick blow: flicked him with his hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    2. To cause to move with a light blow; snap: flicked the light switch on.
    3. To remove with a light quick blow: flicked the lint off the coat.


    v. intr.

    To twitch or flutter.
    I propose we lay the blame on the biologist. Damn scientists

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guillaume
    Mmm. We could both be right, depends which definition of "flick" you were using.
    flick
    n.

    1.
    1. A light quick blow, jerk, or touch: a flick of the wrist; gave my horse a flick with the reins.
    2. The sound accompanying this motion.
    2. A light splash, dash, or daub.


    v. flicked, flick·ing, flicks
    v. tr.

    1. To touch or hit with a light quick blow: flicked him with his hand. See Synonyms at brush1.
    2. To cause to move with a light blow; snap: flicked the light switch on.
    3. To remove with a light quick blow: flicked the lint off the coat.


    v. intr.

    To twitch or flutter.
    I propose we lay the blame on the biologist. Damn scientists
    Yeah, I'm well up for that.

    It definitely wasn't my fault
    I plan on beating him to death with his kids. I'll use them as a bludgeon on his face. -

    --Good for them if they survive.

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