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Fonkay wrote:What's an egghorn?
I didn't know for sure what it was in enlgish and i can't find my dictionary... It's.. like.. the thing that falls off a tree
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An acorn?

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That one..
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Lucifer wrote:That's what happens when eggcozy meets a woman.
Heh. I was thinking it might be what Foghorn Leghorn would lay, were he a female.

When I was about 11 I was riding down (as in downhill) my street on my bmx-type bike, and I noticed a small piece of limb right in my path. It was only about 6-8 inches long, maybe 1.5 inches in diameter, so I figured I'd just ride over it. Nope. I went down with my bike, got my jeans stuck in the chain, and slid I dunno how far. I still have a nice roadburn scar on the upper part of my elbow.

By the way, my formerly long hair counts as a stupid thing I've done, just because it looked bad, and because I was constantly mistaken for either a hippie, metalhead, or an (presumably) ugly woman—and for the record, I'm none of the above.

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The dumbest thing I've done today was read this sentence:
The stupid article wrote: Shenzhou VI, which has two astronauts on board, is in a low enough orbit to be affected by the Earth's gravitational pull.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/4340102.stm
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Get out! So I guess a higher orbit would not be affected by the earth's gravitational pull, eh.
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Hahahahaha there's another, more serious mistake in it: they aren't astronauts, but taikonauts :D
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