no1


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dracoaffectus wrote:If you were to spell out every number in order:

the first number to use a 'd' is one hundred


deux

dracoaffectus wrote:the first number to use an 'a' is one thousand


quatre

dracoaffectus wrote:the first number to use an 'm' is one million
the first number to use a 'b' is one billion
the first number to use a 'q' is one quadrillion


quatre

dracoaffectus wrote:and the letters c, j, k and p would never be used.



centillion?
septillion?

dracoaffectus


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no1 wrote:deux
quatre



ok, smartass


and i did forget about centillion(1x10^300) and septillion(1x10^24)

and there's apparently also octillion(1x10^27)

pooflady


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dracoaffectus wrote:ok, smartass


and i did forget about centillion(1x10^300) and septillion(1x10^24)

and there's apparently also octillion(1x10^27)


"Smartass" is probably the nicest thing anyone's said to him today.



When I was a kid I wanted to be older, this CRAP is NOT what I expected.

no1


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dracoaffectus wrote:ok, smartass



pooflady wrote:"Smartass" is probably the nicest thing anyone's said to him today.



hugs for everyone!

dracoaffectus


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fact: national hug day is Jan 21 :P

SnifferSir


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pooflady wrote:"Smartass" is probably the nicest thing anyone's said to him today.



Better 'n being called a Dumbass - I always say. . . ;-)

Call me masochistic... But I wish 'STUPID' was painful !!

dracoaffectus


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Your brain is more active while sleeping than while watching tv.

dracoaffectus


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American car horns beep in the tone of F

HiddenIdentity


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dracoaffectus wrote:American car horns beep in the tone of F



Japanese car horns beep in the tone of pansy.

SkekTek


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The University of Minnesota is older than the state of Minnesota.

PeterPucker


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A moray eel has two pairs of jaws. The outer set holds onto its prey, and the inner set bites down and pulls it further into the esophagus to assist in swallowing.

Josephus


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dracoaffectus wrote:American car horns beep in the tone of F


HiddenIdentity wrote:Japanese car horns beep in the tone of pansy.


French car horns beep in the tone of whimper.


Josephus


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PeterPucker wrote:A moray eel has two pairs of jaws. The outer set holds onto its prey, and the inner set bites down and pulls it further into the esophagus to assist in swallowing.



Where's the punch line?

A dog limps into a bar and speaks to the bartender.
"I'm lookin' for the man who shot my paw."


"I'm lookin' for the man who shot my paw."



That part, in quotes, is the punch line.

Where's the punch line for the eel joke?

dontwantaname


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Josephus wrote:That part, in quotes, is the punch line.

Where's the punch line for the eel joke?



Stop busting chops of new posters. It is random facts, not random jokes!

WE LURV YOU TOO! Dork!!!
No greater love is lost than that not shared.

Josephus


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dontwantaname wrote:Stop busting chops of new posters. It is random facts, not random jokes!



'new' posters?
uh huh.

no1


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Josephus wrote:That part, in quotes, is the punch line.

Where's the punch line for the eel joke?


"the inner set of jaws said 'the backstroke.'

"the outer set of jaws said 'he thought i said a 12-inch pianist.'"

Josephus


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no1 wrote:"the inner set of jaws said 'the backstroke.'

"the outer set of jaws said 'he thought i said a 12-inch pianist.'"



ironic that the eel was doing the s- man, I can't allow myself to type the word.

no1


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Josephus wrote:ironic that the eel was doing the s- man, I can't allow myself to type the word.



shirt.woot derby?

Josephus


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no1 wrote:shirt.woot derby?



never mind.

no1


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Josephus wrote:never mind.



snapster?
senator?
saturn division of gm?

evanescanceforever19


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HiddenIdentity wrote:Japanese car horns beep in the tone of pansy.



That's true, but I used to own an X-tera thank you very much!

-I love being his Sunshine!

peglegwookie


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All-Time Top 25 Most Popular Commemorative Stamps

#1 Elvis 1993 124.1 Million

the rest...

http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0193245.html

kenney9226


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peglegwookie wrote:All-Time Top 25 Most Popular Commemorative Stamps

#1 Elvis 1993 124.1 Million

the rest...

http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0193245.html



^^ QUALITY POST!! QUALITY POST!! ^^

peglegwookie


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A fact for parents!

Snugli® baby carrier was invented by Ann Moor in 1965

peglegwookie


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For all the hamburger loving people on woot, including myself.


Heinz Catsup leaving the bottle travels at 25 miles PER YEAR

peglegwookie


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Lemons contain more sugar than strawberries

So I wonder how come I have to add so much sugar to lemonade.

coffeenogrumpy


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peglegwookie


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On June 22, 1940, during World War II, Adolf Hitler gained a stunning victory as France was forced to sign an armistice eight days after German forces overran Paris.

Sounds like this is basically what happened to them at the World Cup this go around.

peglegwookie


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On this day in 1876, Native American forces led by Chiefs Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull defeat the U.S. Army troops of Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in a bloody battle near southern Montana's Little Bighorn River.

Thank you history channel site