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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by GEORGIA GABE, Dec 19, 2005.
Bubba if you have to police something this would be it
By the way, I'm a lot closer to it than you know
I don't gEt it.
Please tell me you are joking
I dOn't think he is
Someone tell him what a beaver is.
The hell you say....
Did I just really do that to my own post.....ahh the irony
a beaver is a mysterious creature that when tickled will produce the much saught after oil. This oil has many great uses like lubrication, and as told by Kid Jethro, makes for a good hair gel. Beavers like to be tickled on the nose especially, it was discovered that that is the most sensitive area and will produce the most oil. The beaver is a strange looking creature, sometimes thought as looking like an ear, or as Hugine Levy put it in american pie, like an alien. You can find beavers in all kinds of diffrent styles, some are hairy, some clean, some smell of other water creatures and are not very well liked by the hunters.
Thanks for the education!
Still don't think he knows...
i am going to have to agree with you on this one
You forgot them weird ones that look like an Arby's sandwich....
You suck. I just ate lunch.
Wouldn't be so bad if I hadn't actually seen a few of those Arby style ones myself.
Don't mind the throw-up in my mouth....
So Bubba, would you be closer to the Beaver or the Police Car. I noticed you were a bit ambiguous on that point.
Dammit, now me and one of my sales guys are sitting in my office going through a mental photo album of our past anomalous beaver sightings. What a way to ruin a day.
Guess I'll go shoot myself...
The arby's sandwhich beaver, as appealing as it sounds is quite the opposite. It leaves the beaver hunters confused and scared. All though they can produce oil just as good as the clean beaver, its purities are not reliable, and it is just best to avoid them.
Not to mention the texture.
I am lucky, however, to have never encountered this particular type of Beaver...
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