Message from discussion What 222 was all about - a scenario
From: Silent Bob <N...@nowhere.org>
Subject: Re: What 222 was all about - a scenario
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Date: Fri, 08 Mar 2002 01:23:29 GMT
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Oh an I almost fergot that all my heirs fells outsa my hed when I
asploded it cause I wuz standin too cloze ta it.
On Fri, 08 Mar 2002 01:21:38 GMT, Silent Bob <N...@nowhere.org> wrote:
>Oh an I fergot to mencian that I asploded it on portorico.
>On Fri, 08 Mar 2002 01:15:36 GMT, Silent Bob <N...@nowhere.org> wrote:
>>I once made a nucular bomb but din had no platonium so I had to use
>>amerasiam and sum ceezium. It only yeelded 1 kilometon.
>>On Thu, 7 Mar 2002 19:52:11 -0500, "Dan" <t...@godeals4all.com> wrote:
>>>Hey-making up new verbs is OK with me. It's the people that start
>>>pronouncing established words and names differently, for now reason. Like
>>>nuclear. At some point it started being pronounced new-cue-ler. And Puerto
>>>Rico-I remember when it was Port-O Rico.
>>>And how about that douchebag from 90210, Ian Zeiring who scolds people for
>>>not pronouncing his name 'Eye-on'.
>>>Yeah... my name is spelled D-A-N... but it's actually pronounced Dilbert.
>>>"Silent Bob" <N...@nowhere.org> wrote in message
>>>> You can't make up new verbs. Do you think your Websters or something.