View Poll Results: Who'd win in a fight???

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  • Captain Crunch

    21 56.76%
  • That ignorant bird that was "Cukoo for Cocoa Puffs"

    6 16.22%
  • The Rabbit (Silly Rabbit, Trix are kids...no really...HEY...Get the hell away from my cereal dammit!!)

    2 5.41%
  • Count Chocula

    8 21.62%
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    Default Captain Crunch vs. Cocoa Puffs

    A poll for my research paper...


    ***Editor's note*** That is "Silly rabbit Trix are FOR kids"
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    I,for one, am pro oatmeal...BUT I also think green olives are much better than black ones, I believe Steve McGarrett was the greatest T.V. crimefighter ever and Batman & Robin had a thing going on down in that Batcave. I think Hitler sucked and Krispy Kreme doughnuts rank up there as a near sexual experience. I believe lime-green fire engines pump just as much water as red ones and taking a date to The Outback Steakhouse is not necessarily a "fancy date"(if you're over 21). I think chicken tastes like frog legs and Terry Bradshaw was the best quarterback ever. I believe "Frasier" is getting waaaayy too heavy for a comedy and Billy Joel should have stuck it out with Christy Brinkley (C'mon...look at her!!). I prefer Hershey over Nestle' and I like KDKA for my local news. Too much syrup on pancakes makes me ill and Mary Tyler Moore would have never made it in show biz if her name was just "Mary Moore". I think my wife is a saint for putting up with my "firefighting habit" and Mr. Rogers was about the the best friend a three year old could have. I like the smell of the exhaust from my Farmall Cub and I have no intention of putting the muffler back on. I think goatmilk fudge is just wrong and the process of being filled with creme must be humiliating for a Twinkee.

    So anywho...will argueing about all this make us any better?? I think not...but then again, that's just my opinion.

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    Wow!! We think a lot alike!! The only problem I have with what you say is there's a danged Quaker on the oatmeal box.....He could never win a fight. They're not allowed to fight!!!
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    I also believe that Captain Kangaroo should have slapped the living crap out of that moose puppet everytime he dropped the ping pong balls on his head. I mean c'mon...it was just a friggin' puppet...rip his horns off and ya got him licked. Where's my beer....???
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    I can hear it now..all the folks on the morning shift are going to be like..."Awwwww *****...who let Stayback out of the nuthouse???"
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    Stayback I am laughing so hard I fell off my chair.

    I am sooo happy to see you back here.

    SPFD you make me smile.

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    **Picks Cheffie up..dusts her off and plops her back in her chair.**

    And furthermore....."Berman and Berman, For Women Only" has been grossly misnamed!!! (Hmmmmm...two rich, good looking sisters yapping about sex on the TEE-Vee with a bunch of other women...how many men you think are a-watchin' that?? PICK ME!!!! )
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    I read through this one with a deep sigh, and then I thought about the other one you created Stayback.... and now I am beginning to wonder.

    But I promised I would not bring up such things as large metal objects held by long slim metal poles..

    However to answer your question, I think that the best fighter would be the Leprechaun in Lucky Charms kicks rabbit butt and bird feathers, and could outsail Cap'n Crunch in any ship under any sea state.
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    Originally posted by StayBack500FT
    I can hear it now..who let Stayback out of the nuthouse???"
    No...it's more like...Who let StayBack out of the nuthouse?

    I dunno...but it sure is fun!!!!

    My money is on that little Planter's Peanuts guy.....! He's NUTS!
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    Originally posted by MalahatTwo7


    However to answer your question, I think that the best fighter would be the Leprechaun in Lucky Charms kicks rabbit butt and bird feathers, and could outsail Cap'n Crunch in any ship under any sea state.

    Wait one minute...we forget about Sugar Bear. He was pretty well built for a commercialized cartoon.
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    The only problem I have with what you say is there's a danged Quaker on the oatmeal box.....He could never win a fight. They're not allowed to fight!!!
    But here is how the Quakers get around that. They make all of the other cereal characters eat the Captain Crunch, and simply wait for the cereal to cut the roof of their mouths to shreds.

    They must use that special preservative Clark Griswold was working on in the Vacation movies.

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    Tony the Tiger.

    I think my wife is a saint for putting up with my "firefighting habit"
    She'll be sitting next to mine.
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    Oh...ya know, now that I've regressed a bit...........

    How about some of those characters that graced the Wheaties boxes?

    Imagine...going up against Mary Lou Retton? What a set of thighs!
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    What I want to know is ...

    Why does every toaster have a setting that will completely char, destroy, and otherwise render unedible a piece of bread?

    Does anyone like it that way?

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    Furthermore ...

    I just bought a six-pack of "Lucky Charms kicks all of your asses 'cause he's magical, and you can't argue with magic" lager.
    It's pretty good.

    In fact, I think this is a topic for a new thread!

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    Here's one for you:

    Quisp or Quake?
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    PA Volunteer-- ROTFLMAO!!! How about -- It took George Friggin' Foreman to figure out that you can fry steak faster by applying heat to BOTH sides???
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    Yeah but Captain Crunch has back up....he has a posse...(that's pOsse). Smedley the Elephant...dere ain't noooooo friggin' leprechaun dat's gonna outdo no elefunts.
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    dmsmith -- Wasn't Quisp one of those cereals your Mom forced you to gag down? It tasted like crap and NEVER had a prize at the bottom.
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    ROTFLMFAO!

    You know Stayback everytime things get sideways in your neck of the woods you disappear for a week and then come back friggin nuttier than ever. What have I told you about running around during lightnining storms with large metal poles?

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    Hey StayBack, Funny topic BUT,

    You forgot the tagteam partners of Fred Flinstone and Barney Rubble and the fruity pebbles gang!! Those two vs Count chocula and Capt Crunch. Now that would be something to see!

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    O.K.....O.K....O.K....Buuuuuuuuuuut we could go to another aisle of the supermarket and hire "Don Boy-Ar-Dee and his Italian Empire". If he "opened up a can" (I couldn't resist) there would be cereal characters "swimmin' wid da fishes."
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    Anyone notice how politically correct Spaghetti-Os are???


    "Mooooom.....this stuff is CRAP!"

    "Now Jimmy, we don't call them crap...we call them Franco-Americans."
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    Hey Stayback, don't forget the Leprechaun also has friends... horseshoes and rainbows and stuff.... what more could a guy need in his "tool box"?

    And with all his magic, he can create what reinforcements he needs, not that he would need any.
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