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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2010 11:15 am 
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it's the only book i could think of that i've read where a dog is killed in any memorable way.


You've never seen/read Old Yeller or Watchmen?


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You've never seen/read Old Yeller or Watchmen?


Yeah, I mean, that's like the whole point of the end of Old yeller is that the boy has to off his dog

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WJK wrote:
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it's the only book i could think of that i've read where a dog is killed in any memorable way.


You've never seen/read Old Yeller or Watchmen?


obviously i meant OTHER than watchmen :roll:

and no i've not seen or read old yeller, i just know of it by reputation.

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AvatarIII wrote:
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it's the only book i could think of that i've read where a dog is killed in any memorable way.


You've never seen/read Old Yeller or Watchmen?


obviously i meant OTHER than watchmen :roll:

and no i've not seen or read old yeller, i just know of it by reputation.


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and no i've not seen or read old yeller.


And you call yourself an american

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I didn't even know that Old Yeller was originally a book.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13, 2010 9:05 pm 
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Found another one.

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That's kind of funny

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and no i've not seen or read old yeller.


And you call yourself an american


that's the thing though, old yeller just isn't as ubiquitous in the UK as it is in the US, i'd never heard of it until it was talked about on friends, which was always very popular in the UK
seinfeld is another thing that's ubiquitous in the US but in the UK a lot of people here have never seen a single episode.

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seinfeld is acceptable. old yeller is not.


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Whoever those guys/gals are, they are too good.

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WJK wrote:
seinfeld is acceptable. old yeller is not.


Wrong. Old Yeller is just a story about a rabid dog. Big whoop. Seinfeld is about NOTHING. and NOTHING is awesome.

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Smutty wrote:
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seinfeld is acceptable. old yeller is not.


Wrong. Old Yeller is just a story about a rabid dog. Big whoop. Seinfeld is about NOTHING. and NOTHING is awesome.


No, then the kid has to take the dog out back and Old Yeller him... yeah I've even made it a verb I use whenever I am talking about a mercy killing! It is a big whoop

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Dr. Brooklyn wrote:
Smutty wrote:
WJK wrote:
seinfeld is acceptable. old yeller is not.


Wrong. Old Yeller is just a story about a rabid dog. Big whoop. Seinfeld is about NOTHING. and NOTHING is awesome.


No, then the kid has to take the dog out back and Old Yeller him... yeah I've even made it a verb I use whenever I am talking about a mercy killing! It is a big whoop


i guess i've well and truely been dr brooklyn'd

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i guess i've well and truely been dr brooklyn'd


Wait, what's a Dr. brooklyn? and Old Yeller is taking some one out back and shooting them... because that's what happens in Old yeller... what's a Dr. Brooklyn?

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Dr. Brooklyn wrote:
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i guess i've well and truely been dr brooklyn'd


Wait, what's a Dr. brooklyn? and Old Yeller is taking some one out back and shooting them... because that's what happens in Old yeller... what's a Dr. Brooklyn?


it's when someone uses a pop culture reference as the basis for a made up verb, and then gets defensive about it's use, obviously :roll:

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AvatarIII wrote:
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i guess i've well and truely been dr brooklyn'd


Wait, what's a Dr. brooklyn? and Old Yeller is taking some one out back and shooting them... because that's what happens in Old yeller... what's a Dr. Brooklyn?


it's when someone uses a pop culture reference as the basis for a made up verb, and then gets defensive about it's use, obviously :roll:


HAHAHAHAHAHA classic

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HAHAHAHAHAHA classic


I agree 100%

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http://www.the-gutters.com/comic/68-lonny-chant
more moore inspired than watchmen inspired, but look out for the badge moore is wearing. ;)

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http://www.the-gutters.com/comic/68-lonny-chant
more moore inspired than watchmen inspired, but look out for the badge moore is wearing. ;)


I laughed so hard when I read this earlier today

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