A Question

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  1. scnupe7

    scnupe7 Senior member

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    LOL....Wow that was bad.  Wait. How can ya'll be singular, when it is a contraction for you all?

    I am from SC, although people don't believe me when I tell them since I escaped sans accent.
     


  2. Carlo

    Carlo Senior member

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    Bonus (redemption) question for Scnupe: Define noodling and why it's better to do it with a catfish than a snapping turtle?

    We have now gone well past silly into ridiculous.
     


  3. faustian bargain

    faustian bargain Senior member

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    i grew up in the carolinas, and i never noodled nor cow-tipped. although i knew people who claimed to have cow-tipped, i never even heard of noodling until i saw it on some tv show recently. (man i love my directv.)

    what i did do once, was frog gigging. now that's some excitement.

    (vanilla skoal...what's up with that. must be for the chicks.)

    /andrew
     


  4. Carlo

    Carlo Senior member

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    (Carlo @ April 29 2005,00:04) See... I knew he was an imposter 1.  Brownish/red   Blue   Too nasty to remember/care 2.  Pass 3.  Ooooh... Caroliner boy don't know his catfish?  -50 points 4.  Trick question:  Technically Y'all is singular, All Y'all or you'ins is plural 5.  OOoooooh.... 151 or 190 (Coma versus death) 6.  Suck. - may or not be true but any true Carolina boy would answer thusly 7.  Okay, you got that one 2/7 = Not bad for a left fielder but pretty bad for a SC reb... Scnupe, I think we'll need DNA evidence to prove your authenticity now.  Unless that DNA test comes back to show that mom and dad were related i think we have to conclude that you are a yankee spy. Hopkins, Doughboy, Alanc and Cusey....  I think we need a review panel to determine this here fellers fate.
    LOL....Wow that was bad. Â Wait. How can ya'll be singular, when it is a contraction for you all? I am from SC, although people don't believe me when I tell them since I escaped sans accent.
    If Y'all don't know, Y'all ain't southern. See, Now the truth is out - what Southerner would ever describe leaving as escaping? ....And what accent? Hey Alanc - do I have any accent?
     


  5. scnupe7

    scnupe7 Senior member

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    You've got me again. I have no idea.
     


  6. faustian bargain

    faustian bargain Senior member

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    ooh, ooh, let me.

    'noodling' is the act (of questionable sanity) of putting one's arm up a...hollow log? a pipe? dunno...and wiggling one's fingers until a big ole catfish bites the hand. then you got yourself a catfish, assuming neither you nor he lets go.

    snapping turtles, well, just stay away from them. you can pick them up by the shell, but nowhere near the head. don't pick them up by the tail, that just pisses them off. not like they aren't already.
     


  7. scnupe7

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    LOL.... "Escaping was a joke"

    Are you from SC?
     


  8. Carlo

    Carlo Senior member

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    Scnupe - we're disappointed in y'all... still love ya, just thought yer momma raised you better'n that.


    ...Noodling: the act of a drunken redneck reaching his bare hand into muddy water and attempting to drag large catfish and or snapping turtles out from their resting places.

    Famous former champions include Bobby Bill 'Nubby' Hawkins and Tommy Jack "No thumbs" McGraw.

    Okay Scnupe - we'll give you one final chance.

    What are the most common words spoken by a Carolina boy before he dies? (96.73 percent say this as their final words)
     


  9. scnupe7

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    OKay. I can't fool you. I am actually from New Jersey.
     


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    Carlo Senior member

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    HAH.

    Those famous last words would be:

    "Hey Bubba, hold my beer and watch THIS."

    You sir, have been exposed :)
     


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    odoreater Senior member

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    If you're from Jersey, translat this:

    "Jeet yet?"
    "No, jew?"
     


  12. Carlo

    Carlo Senior member

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    Odoreater:

    Yawnto?
     


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    In defense of Scnupe7, if he's from NJ, do you really think it's fair to ask him this?
     


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    the cow tippng is a trick question, since they sleep laying down and since a good cow weighs 1000 + it would take a good son of a bitch to do it anyways.
     


  15. scnupe7

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    (scnupe7 @ April 29 2005,00:40) OKay. Â I can't fool you. Â I am actually from New Jersey.
    If you're from  Jersey, translat this: "Jeet yet?" "No, jew?"
    That was a joke. I am truly from SC. Lived there for 23 years.
     


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