themanwho wrote:6 years ago I realized that the line from "American Pie" -- "I was a lonely teenage broncin' buck" -- was a nonsensical spoonerism.
"Broncin'"? "Bronckin'"? It even looks wrong, when you get right down to it.
JayLewis wrote:Anyone ever see the George & Martha cartoon series? I used to watch (in my mid-late 20s) once I realized who did the voices.
Anyone wanna guess who voiced George & Martha?
gsong wrote:(In regard to the trivia-head v. "deep thinker" debate: I've always felt that the distinction lies in learning styles. The trivia-heads I know possess a playful pride in knowing things and a certain fear of embarrassment that leads them to acquire knowledge that will minimize such embarrassment. (These friends also tend punish themselves by immediately declaring their stupidity whenever they get something wrong.) The "deep thinkers" I know are pretty hard to embarrass, and seem to feel that pushing the limits of their knowledge (that is, reading and talking about things above their level) is the best way to increase it. I guess an analogy might be learning to snowboard by braking a lot or crashing a lot.)
marxychick1 wrote:I was playing a card game with some friends. I can't remember what it's called, but it's like a standard deck of cards, but there is a fifth suit (stars). Anyway, there are 13 rounds. The wild card depends on what round you're playing. Round One, ones are wild. Round Two, twos are wild. It keeps on going like that. Anyway, we got to Round Eleven, and I asked "So, elevens are wild this time?" Nobody corrected me. I must have tossed out 3 Jacks before I realized what was going on
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