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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bill Bubble Guy, Jul 30, 2008.
There was a big legal debate about it, though.
Will's right. An african legend and Kimba's show both did inspired TLK.
Cool! True or false? A spider is a kind of insect? Kind of an easy one there...
Officially I believe the spider is not an insect because it has 8 legs whereas insects by definition only have 6. So I say false.
That and by definition, spiders are arachnids.
I was thinking true on the spider part.
So William. Are you going to confirm the answer before I make another statement?
You are correct, sir!
Well then here's the next statement. Brer Fox and Brer Bear both appear in the original story of Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby.
Technically false. In practically every story-book I've come across The Tar Baby Account features Brer Fox on his own. Walt Disney added Brer Bear to his version of the tale.
Here's another one then. The classic horror novel Dracula was written by Bram Stoker.
That I know is true.
Right you are, so now you are free to get your teeth into thinking about a statement of your own.
True or false, when I was young, I used to watch cartoons when I got out of school? (Back when cartoons came on in the afternoons)
If you were just like me when I was at that age ryhoyarbie, then the answer will be true.
If ryhoyarbie was like any of us 80's/90's babies, the answer would be true, obviously. XD
Yeah, yeah....it was true.
Okay so it's my turn again.
Muppet Show guest stars Peter Sellers and Spike Milligan knew each other very well.
I'll go with true.
Separate names with a comma.