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The "Incredibly Impossible to Derail This Thread" thread
27 July 2014
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I have been thinking about the letter C and the letter seems reduntunt since it either sounds like a K or Sea. Does C have anything that is not redundant? 

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27 July 2014
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If only for Cookie Monster's song. "C is for cookie, thats good enough for me. Cookie. Cookie. Cookie starts with C.".a-hard-days-night-john-1

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27 July 2014
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^ does that sound any diffrent without a C? "Sea is for Kookie, that's good enough for me, Kookie. Kookie. Kookie starts with sea."

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27 July 2014
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These are frikking adorable when watched together. Animal is amazing.

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28 July 2014
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Is anyone else getting the feeling that mmm is going to make a great uncle to this little kid?

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OK, I'll go ahead and admit that while watching the first one, I thought of that Howard Stern interview when Paul does some couch dancing and squirming.

And, no worries, @meanmistermustard, I will not be putting a chain on Paul.

28 July 2014
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Considering she is in another country and i dont fly on planes (i dont fear flying i fear plummeting to my death) i'll be amazing thru sheer absence.a-hard-days-night-john-1

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28 July 2014
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8...causing the heart to grow fonder, no doubt.heart

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28 July 2014
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I Wanna Be Your Man as a question and answer song.

Who wants to be my lover, baby?
Who wants to be my man?

I wanna be your lover, baby.
I Wanna Be Your Man.

What duo could we have singing that?

Well, besides me with Paul in my dreams.

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28 July 2014
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28 July 2014
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Ahhh Girl said
What duo could we have singing that?

I'm not touching that with a bargepole!

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28 July 2014
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What about me? Who do I sing with?

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Annadog40 said

ahdn_paul_06

Mr. Kite and Pattie

I see Anna beat me to it by about 15 minutes...

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What about me? Who do I sing with?

Jean-Claude Van Damme

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28 July 2014
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Considering she is in another country and i dont fly on planes (i dont fear flying i fear plummeting to my death) i'll be amazing thru sheer absence.a-hard-days-night-john-1

Dunno - I'm thinking canoes and paddles - can't plummet very far from a canoe.

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Are you sure? That reminds me of a very bad canoe encounter back in the Boy Scouts. I was in a kayak and one of the other scouts in a canoe was practically asleep so he dropped his paddle. So my father told me, "Go get it." So I did. I got stuck in thick undergrowth. And I was trapped hanging onto a tree branch. Father told me, "Let go!" So I did. The canoe flipped and I tumbled head over heels. But I walked away unscathed. I was worried that I lost my bag of gear. But it came floating down and everything inside was alright. I got my kayak and once we drained the water we continued our journey. But my father never forgave him for it.

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28 July 2014
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 The gruesome details of yet anther canoe related tragedy. When will we learn? Oh, the humanity!!

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28 July 2014
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trcanberra said

meanmistermustard said
Considering she is in another country and i dont fly on planes (i dont fear flying i fear plummeting to my death) i'll be amazing thru sheer absence.a-hard-days-night-john-1

Dunno - I'm thinking canoes and paddles - can't plummet very far from a canoe.

No but i can plummet very far in a canoe. 

Anyone who thinks rafting and the like aren't dangerous hasn't watched 'Boy-Scoutz In The Hood'. 

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When I was in my early teens, there were 3 years when I was very active on the canoe racing circuit in Upstate New York. During one event, while waiting for my race to begin, I was watching a friend of ours competing in his. At one point, the course left the lake and entered a canal that had to be accessed by going underneath a very low bridge - the bottom of the bridge was only about 3 feet from the water. This means that you had to lie back flat while going underneath the bridge. My buddy did just that, but tried to execute one final thrust of his paddle before coming out the other side of the bridge. This caused his head to pop up out of the canoe and strike a concrete beam underneath the bridge. His day was done. I forget how many stitches he needed, but it was quite a lot. When my race was run, I think I ducked down about 100 yards before the bridge and did not get back up until the next morning (an exaggeration, but you get my point).

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29 July 2014
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Who knew canoes were such an enthralling topic :)

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