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    Firey-Sig-Other,

    What's a 1 "l" lama? A high priest in Tibet.

    What's a 2 "l" llama? What Kiwi looks for when he can't find a sheep.

    What's a 3 "l" ama? A really big fire in Boston.
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    What do you call four bullfighters in quicksand?
    Quatro Sinko.
    What is the difference between roast beef and pea soup?
    Anyone can roast beef!
    What does a fish say when it swims into a wall?
    Dam.

    Sorry, I didn't want to get off topic but I thought Ohio would appreciate those. I have lots more, but those were the first that came to mind.
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    As a varitation on the gleeking, I can push a straw up my nose and out of my mouth, (almost), without depositing the contents of my nasal passages on the floor.

    (Stayback, for some reason I think this ones going to get a lot worse before it gets better )
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    Let's see--- at my old office they called me the Idiot Savant because I, like our esteemed Prez Gonzo knew all the Jeopardy! answers but couldn't refill a stapler without injuring myself. However, my real talent is reading-- I've read 600-1,000 wpm since I was ten.

    For having a tiny nose, I sneeze pretty loudly. It was one of the reasons the sisters made me leave the convent...

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    Duh, had to use my calculumator for that one. average 800 words per minute, every minute for 10 years, thats 70128000 words every 10 years.

    I am impressed.
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    Kiwi, I got 4,204,800,000.

    Maybe you forgot to convert to standard from metric?
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    Have just thrown calculumlator in rubbish bin. New one reports accurate numbers, so it stays on desk, thanks Silver City.
    Psychiatrists state 1 in 4 people has a mental illness.
    Look at three of your friends, if they are ok, your it.

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    Where else can grown adults carry on a conversation about the belching properties of Barq's and... Mr. FrigginPibb!! Silver...what's Dr. D epper? LOL...Is that like Mountain Spew?

    ********BBBBBBBBBBRRRRRRRRAAAA AAACCCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKK****** * Cherokee Red lets the pipes crack pretty loud too!!
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    Well, I've managed to expell intact green peas out thru the old nasal cavities on an occasion or two, not to mention being in possession of an enormous and accurate ability burp loudly and on cue, just about any time and anywhere. (An enormous fondness for beer and other carbonated beverages greatly aids this crass habit!!) Oh, and now I'm so embarrassed......

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    I can crack my neck, which isn't all that awesome until you see the look on everyones face, especially when they realize it was my neck. Every once in a while I will fall to the floor after I do it, justy for the effect.

    I also have the ability to produce large, loud quantities of flatulence. Keeps most of my friends away, but certainly is a conversation stopper.

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    Talking I have a vice, not a trick!

    I love Dickens Cider.

    I remember when Mr and Mrs Dickens planted the first apple tree at the Dickens orchard.

    Mr Dickens promised he would make no cider till that fruit was ripe and ready.

    Then it happened- that orchard yielded the juiciest most deliscious apples we ever did see.

    That was fifty years ago.

    That was the first time I ever had a Dickens Cider.

    I'll never forget that first Dickens Cider.

    I was 17 and Dorothy was 16. I think that was Dorothies first Dickens Cider too!

    I start every day with a Dickens Cider. At breakfast, or later in the day, a Dickens Cider is the perfect pick-me-up.

    My first Dickens Cider, gees, I remember hearing how great a Dickens Cider was, before I actually had one.

    It was an old friend who first let me have a Dickens Cider. I was so excited with anticipation that I spilt it all over me!

    The other day, my friends husband asked me why we were both so happy and healthy all the time, I told them it's easy- my wife doesn't let me go a single day without a Dickens Cider!

    In fact we both enjoy the great wholesome effect of a Dickens Cider.

    We both enjoy a Dickens Cider.

    You can get a Dickens Cider almost anywhere! Just look for the label with the donkey on it, or as the locals say, the Dickens Cider ***!

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    Silver...what's Dr. D epper? LOL
    Hey, don't make fun of my lipth, Thayback!
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    A friend of mine is a big "cider" fan too. He claims that any minor injury to his fingers can be cured by soaking it in cider. He says it's also a good cure for a "stiff joint".

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    Mountain Spew...LMAO
    Forgive me for asking, but what is Cherokee Red?? Is is an alcoholic drink??? (In that case, where can I go to get some?? hehe)
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    Ah the three most important things for a Firefighter

    Good drinks
    Good food
    Good Heavens, I can't say that.
    Psychiatrists state 1 in 4 people has a mental illness.
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    Originally posted by jiffy911

    Forgive me for asking, but what is Cherokee Red?? Is is an alcoholic drink??? (In that case, where can I go to get some?? hehe)
    It's a cherry pop...but it can be made alcoholic with the proper mixture. I've heard it's really good in cider!! **shrugs** Never tried it.
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    I suppose it is not necessarily a talent, more of an ability to withstand pain, and I haven't done it in a while because I haven't been drunk enough, but, I can drink an entire mug of beer without the beer passing through my mouth. I press the lip of the mug against my upper lip and pour the beer into my nose, slowly. It takes a few minutes and hurts like hell, but you can get a lot of people to bet a lot of money against you doing it, so its almost worth it. I can also drink a beer standing on my head or under water. Obviously in my younger days my friends came up with some interesting dares involving beer.
    I can also juggle three of about anything I can toss up in the air, except women.
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    Exclamation Through the NOSE?!?!

    George, my eyes watered just READING your post!

    I feel so untalented after reading these posts,I guess I will just sit in the corner and try to blend into the wall
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    Cherokee Red?! No way! That's so cool. I wanna move to your state. I remember having that stuff when I was younger, but I haven't been able to find it in West Virginia for AT LEAST five years.

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