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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Hubert, Nov 9, 2012.
Uhh..yeah. Just click through Hubert's signature.
Yes, click my sig link and you will be transported to a world of paradise.
Why do I suddenly have that song that Willy Wonka sings when they are in the chocolate waterfall room in my head :/
Is that what were calling it?
Oh shoot, you stole my line!
What's all this about Meandering Toast and Thneed Totals?
Uh... it's misreading posts and the thread titles. You're probably misreading this topic fer sure.
Exactly he was being funny.
So I misread RealWonderman's "Duet with Ms. Piggy" thread as "Dead with Ms. Piggy."
I just misread "10 Funny Muppet Show Clips" as "10 Furry Muppet Show Clips."
I misread "Hostess Brands closing for good after baker's strike" as "Hostess Brands closing for good after Beaker's strike."
Stock up on yer twinkies now folks!! Speaking of I sometimes read "Twinkies" as "Twinkles."
I just misread "Which do you prefer?" as "Witch do you prefer?"
You know the member snichols1973? I keep reading that as Schnitzel .
I thought "Muppet Geography" was "Muppet Psychology"
I read "2009 The Muppets Cat" as "2009 The Muppets Cat Cora"
I think spending so much time on MC is affecting my brain... I work in a government library, and while I was doing check-ins this morning I came across a book called "Prairie Indians in World War I". At first glance, I read the title as "Prairie Dawn in World War I."
Separate names with a comma.