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# 6261
01-11-2011, 10:57 AM
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Who said either? I will trigger the guillotine myself.
I think I've seen that episode of Warehouse 13
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# 6262
01-11-2011, 11:01 AM
So once there was this haberdasher in the city of Somewhere. One day he got sick of being a haberdasher and decided he would head out for a walk outside the city. He took his pet bird and put it in one pocket and grabbed a hunk of cheese and put in another pocket.

Soon after leaving the city he was beset by a mighty giant! The giant said he was going to do rather not nice things to the haberdasher. But the wily haberdasher was a step ahead of the giant. He challenged the giant to a contest of strength. The giant, knowing he was much stronger then a mere haberdasher, accepted.

The giant set the first challenge. It would be a contest to see who could throw a stone the furthest. The giant picked up a big rock and chucked it as far as he could. Then the haberdasher picked up a rock and secretly snuck his bird out of his pocket and threw the bird which took off in flight back to the town. The giant was stunned that a haberdasher could throw what he thought was a rock so far because giants are stupid.

Then the haberdasher set the second challenge. It would be a contest to see who could squeeze the most water from a stone. The giant picked up a large boulder and squeezed until a single drop came out. The haberdasher picked up a small rock and swapped it for the cheese. He began squeezing the cheese until all the whey came out in torrents.

The giant screamed in fright and ran back to his cave, never to be seen again.

And thus the legend of The Haberdasher was born and quickly forgotten. The end?
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# 6263
01-12-2011, 12:10 AM
*claps at story*

Is it naptime now?
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# 6264
01-12-2011, 04:49 AM
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Is it naptime now?
*grunts sleepily*

Grandma? Is it cookie time?
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# 6265
01-12-2011, 04:56 AM
Cookies? Did someone say cookies?????
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# 6266
01-12-2011, 05:11 AM
*swallows cookie* No cookies here, you must be mistaken
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# 6267
01-12-2011, 05:15 AM
I smell bacon.....*follows sniff like a dog*
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# 6268
01-12-2011, 05:19 AM
Are we there yet???
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# 6269
01-12-2011, 05:38 AM
More hors D'oeuvre Msr?... Ma' LadY?
Brunch Lines open.. <yes we slept in>
They are Delish...

Senshi the Happy Ice Dragon on the back of a white haired humanoid.. Suggest..
Possessing a useful being of power> then... [slap slap..u moron in the boss here..Yes Dear]
Starter courses are an important part of French cuisine. Add flair to your cocktail hour or meal with these delicious French appetizer and hors D'oeuvre recipes

Oh Raven I need better hair product or i can wear that Haberdashery hat.. Spikes sticking out..

Story reminds me of the challenge to join Jason's Crew from the ARGO to become an Argonaut a Omega Nerd challenged the Legendary Hercules to a Discus toss.. and he used Science to skip a stone.. and win the challenge to his technique by stating the rules dont say the Discus had to fly just go further.
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# 6270
01-12-2011, 05:44 AM
Nothing wrong with brunch. I've had a couple Sundays since New Years where I've brunched because I slept in.
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