View Poll Results: If Chick contacts the AFLAC-Duck: What he's going to say?

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  • Let's meet in my limo at 4PM darlin'

    61 36.97%
  • Let me sleep on it first, Chicky

    13 7.88%
  • You? You low-class farmer chick... Scram!

    58 35.15%
  • Ha?..

    33 20.00%
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  1. #5301  
    Quote Originally Posted by Longstrider
    "Uh huh", he says and nods with that arrogant NY smirk on his face.

    And since we are behind closed doors and I feel like letting my vulnerable side out... I WILL say this...

    I secretly root for the Mets too...
    But I would never admit that out loud!
    Yeah, and I root for the Yankees, too.

    But only in certain situations:
    1. In the WS against the Braves, and only the Braves.
    2. Against any NL East team that's not the Mets in interleague play.

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  2. #5302  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    The only decent one I found was this. I guess having many diagrams isn't very conducive on the Treo's screen.
    Thanks a lot, I'll have look at it!
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  3. #5303  
    Quote Originally Posted by jpahl
    and now for something *completely* different:
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/4486247.stm
    Thousands of exploding toads... I hope it is not a disease that can be contracted by humans, too!
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  4. #5304  
    Quote Originally Posted by clulup
    Is in only me or does Nicole Kidman look a lot like Ms. Chicken?
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Hey, Nicole does walk like me
    Alright, alright, after further review I conclude that clulue is right! You'd be the judge (I ripped ChickenNoodles' picture from MTDN a while back, sorry Chicken!).
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  5. #5305  
    How's everyone, by the way?
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  6. #5306  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    It is funny that my hubby said to me after the movie: "you two walk exactly alike."
    Interesting. Could this be because you too have got only one kneecap in your left knee?
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  7. #5307  
    I wonder what ACDriver, the virgin-saving dragon, thinks about this story. I found the english version on BBC only, so again a link to them:
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4482913.stm

    Peruvian virgin turns down $1.5m...
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  8. #5308  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    How many kneecaps does a person need?
    Two.
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  9. #5309  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Oh...I think that's one too many: What's wrong with just one..?
    Well... I suggested you and Nicole Kidman have in common that you both have only one kneecap on your left leg - like just about everybody else (two kneecaps when taking into consideration the one on the other side ). It is true and logically correct, isn't it - even if it does not REALLY explain why you two walk in a similar way.....
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  10. #5310  
    8,000+ replies for a forum about the AFLAC duck. he needs his own forum.
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  11. #5311  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    And you forget the cortex; she appeared to have a thick cortex in the movie, no? But, alas, I don't wear glasses (although my eye doc thinks I should )....
    I think the right type of glasses would go very well with a chess-playing blonde beauty Post pics with a few examples, we will tell you which glasses look best on you.

    BTW, I was wondering: Why is chess fascinating for you, apart from the fact that the only woman on the board is by far the most powerful?
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  12. #5312  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Growing up I was always a competitive person, being it chess or sports or academics. It seems that being competitive in chess stuck with me. I tend to be uncompromising in life sometimes but I am working on it (i.e. I might let you win for a cup of cappuccino)
    You would let me win in chess for a cup of cappucino?! Wow! It seems I could get just about anything for a cup of cappucino!
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  13. #5313  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    How about these glasses?
    Or these?
    I guess we would really need to see you wearing them to be really sure they fit to you.
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  14. #5314  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Tulip here’s an article (from the WSJ) you might find interesting.
    Thanks! Difficult questions...
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  15. #5315  
    Holy ****, the glasses look fab on you chickennoodles. However, I would still like to see you wearing those "other" glasses on, you know.
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  16. #5316  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Growing up I was always a competitive person, being it chess or sports or academics. It seems that being competitive in chess stuck with me. I tend to be uncompromising in life sometimes but I am working on it (i.e. I might let you win for a cup of cappuccino)
    Chick... you are better than me.
    I am so competitive that no one will play with me.
    UNCOMPROMISING...

    One night playing a "friendly" game of monopoly my wife and neighbor started to work together to beat me...
    Needless to say, the board and all of its pieces found their way over the balcony and into the street... never to be seen again.

    And when my six year old son beat me at playstation basketball (Of course its only because I NEVER played it before) and he and his twin jumped up and started dancing because they were so happy... I nearly lost it...
    Instead I smiled, kissed them both and told them how great they were... then locked myself in my bedroom bathroom so they couldnt hear me yelling.
    Oh the disgust...

    But I practiced for a month straight every night after they went to bed...
    And those little brats still beat me...
    I am BANNING those games!!! And if the kids dont like it they can GO!! And if my wife doenst like it...
    Well...
    Well...
    Well then I am SOL because she is the boss and makes all of the rules in the house!!! BUT SHE CANT MAKE ME PLAY THAT DAMN GAME AGAIN AGAINST THOSE MONSTERS!!
  17. #5317  
    Quote Originally Posted by Oops
    Holy ****, the glasses look fab on you chickennoodles. However, I would still like to see you wearing those "other" glasses on, you know.
    I can see through (your thoughts), Oops! Shame on you, tsk, tsk... Good idea though!
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  18. #5318  
    Quote Originally Posted by Longstrider
    BUT SHE CANT MAKE ME PLAY THAT DAMN GAME AGAIN AGAINST THOSE MONSTERS!!
    You should try games based on memory with your kids. You'd probably expect to win because of the "intellectual" touch memory has, but most likely the kids will win because they have a better memory for many things, particularly images, than grown-ups.

    Try e.g. this game online: http://www.funbrain.com/match/ It is quite well known here as a card game, and kids are notorious for winning.
    Could be a good exercise in compromising.
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  19. #5319  
    Quote Originally Posted by Chick-Dance
    Are you including women in your “grownups” category, ‘cuz I think men have memory for only CERTAIN things. For example, if the memory game includes ONLY nude pics of women, the grownup-men would do VERY well.
    I am not so sure. You are assuming that men can distinguish minor details under these circumstances, which is far from certain in my view. In addition, the memory depends on good blood flow through the brain, which may not be the case because there is an increase of blood flow in other organs, such as, ...uh..., the liver or the milt, for instance.
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  20. #5320  
    Have heard about this: the first person whose life was saved by a cellphone camera:

    MATTHEW STEVENS’S first reaction when he was bitten by a giant spider that he disturbed while cleaning the freezer in his pub kitchen was to take its photograph with the camera in his mobile telephone.

    The chef’s impressive presence of mind, prompted by the suspicion that his mates would never believe him, may have saved his life....

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article...587022,00.html
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