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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kiki, Dec 3, 2006.
Yep! Marty got it!
Hooray! I Am The Champion!!!
Ohhh! Now that makes the first story funny! Hardy-har-har!
Don't cry. It's only a joke
Which name is more popular, Bill or William?
Let's see. Ah, here we go
There was a guy in the produce section, he went in there feelin kinda peachy, he met the woman of his dreams and they left there a pair. Well, he decided that it would be a romantic thing to propose to her in the same spot in which they met, so he popped the question right there, and she said "I will, under one condition. My dad is very strict and wants us to have a traditional wedding, so we have to do that" He said "So I guess that means that we CANTELOPE?"
Is this meant to be another joke Snowthy?
Neither, they're the same aren't they?
Yeah, that's why I'm waiting for someone to make a guess so I can reveal the punchline./
In that case I'll guess Bill.
Naturally why wouldn't I?
You're right, because you wouldn't ever find a duck with a feather on his william would you?
LOL...I was just reading this and then, for some reason, "Billiam" came in my head....
It doesn't make ANY sense...it's just randomness...
ha ha ha ha ha BOOM BOOM.
That was very cute Snowthers
I got it from a guy I know at the local PBS.
Pardon me, but what does PBS stand for?
Public Broadcasting Station. Only available in the U.S.
Public Broadcasting Service
D'OH! ANOTHER ZIFFEL!
LOL.....D'ohsnowth...D'ohsnowth is so my new nickname for you!! Ha ha haw!
Thanks to you both Snowth and Nick. I had a feeling it might be a television station, but I wasn't completely sure.
Yeah, I used to intern at our local PBS station; I was basically a go-fer most of the time but on special occasions they would let operate one of the cameras (usually the one they knew would require the least movement), and then when would have pledge-drives for children's television (like Sesame Street of course) I became co-puppeteer.
Used to? What happend? Sorry... I'm curious.
Separate names with a comma.