Chic, IL Blatent Drive for Post #32,057

Discussion in 'Mid West Regional Discussion' started by Le_Penguin, Jan 6, 2005.

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  1. JediJeff13 Jedi Master

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    Uncle Hazzmatt, tell us about the birds and the bees again.
  2. Bosh_Talk Jedi Master

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    Haz', you get fertilized eggs with the addition of a Rooster (or "cock" if you will). You get unfertilized eggs without.

    Bosh
    "Chewie, take the professor in the back and plug him into the hyperdrive."
  3. Schph_Gochi Jedi Master

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    It's kinda like human women Uncle Haz...

    they "lay and egg" monthly....much smaller and no shell....
    if it gets fertilized.....little Hazmatts appear 9 months (give or take) later...

    if there is no fertilization....
    no little Hazmatts...

    :D
  4. DarthAstuart Jedi Master

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    Nov 28, 2000
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    i don't think hazmatt's going to understand any reproductive analogy involving human women. better stick with the chickens.
  5. Bosh_Talk Jedi Master

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    So Hazmatt put his bowling ball in the sink.

    Bosh
  6. Le_Penguin Jedi Youngling

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    Can we please try to limit these kinds of discussion to the off-topic threads instead of wasting everyone's time in this one?

    -Le Penguin
    "I have misplaced my pants."
  7. Bosh_Talk Jedi Master

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    So Bob ended up spending the night in a wharehouse.

    Bosh
  8. Hazmatt Jedi Master

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    Or was it a wherehouse?

    There house!
  9. DarthJurist Admin Emeritus

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    OK, so he bought 10 chickens. Don't you need, <cough>, a rooster for the laying of eggs part?

    No rooster needed, the eggs will just be unfertilized. We have no intention of breeding chickens, and they have an annoying tendancy to crow all the time. It's a big subdivision, but we still need to keep the neighbors happy. ;)

    ~H~
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