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Posted Jan 29, '13 at 9:40pm

MattEmAngel

MattEmAngel

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"It is a tribute to all nations, but mostly America."
-Sam the Eagle.

 

Posted Jan 29, '13 at 9:41pm

MattEmAngel

MattEmAngel

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Sorry, the title is actually "A Salute to All Nations, But Mostly America". Same joke, different words.

 

Posted Feb 7, '13 at 12:23pm

Gantic

Gantic

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Old MacDonald

Devon MacDonald was a successful pig farmer in California prior to his divorce. The pig farm was his most prized possession. Second came his motorcycle collection that he looked after in his spare time. He had been pig farming and collecting motorcycles for almost as long as he had been alive. The pig farm had belonged to his father until it was passed down to him and he had been helping his dad with the farm since he was five.

The earnings from the pig farmed fueled his motorcycle collection. The love of motorcycles first came at the age of 10, when he saw his first Harley. It wasn't until he was 15 that he first rode one, 18 that he owned one, and 30 when he had a sizable collection.

Devon was also married with two kids. Mrs. MacDonald, unfortunately, was not happy with coming not second but third to pig farming and motorcycles and filed for divorce. In the divorce settlement, Devon kept all of the pigs and all of the Harleys, proving once and for all that all hogs go to Devon.

 

Posted Feb 7, '13 at 4:23pm

R2D21999

R2D21999

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Wow I found that one pretty fast.

 

Posted Feb 7, '13 at 9:52pm

light_chaser

light_chaser

659 posts

that was cool...

and r2, its always on the last line, remember that now...

 

Posted Mar 10, '13 at 12:51pm

Gantic

Gantic

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Weekend Fair
Each year, for some minutes to a few hours on a random weekend, several of the local tradesman associations, from carpenters to steelworkers and fishmongers to glaziers, each held their fair full of festivities in one large tradesman festival. The fairs appeared and disappeared quickly with no notice and, most likely, no permit. There were always all sorts of games relating to the professions of the groups based off of popular carnival games. Although the same games often appeared year after year, they were always slightly different, being put together the day of the respective fair.

Year after year, they managed to draw in sizable crowds with no advertisement. Over time, two makeshift games run by the cabinetmakers and the eel mongers, respectively, came to be the best of the fest and the most anticipated year round. The cabinetmakers ran their own version of skee ball, which was no different from other versions skeeball, except that it was built out of wardrobes. The eel mongers had a version of ping pong ball toss where players tossed the ball through the door of eel traps instead of the tops of fish bowls. It should be no surprise to anyone that the two most popular flash game sites were Armoire Games and Conger Gate.

 

Posted Mar 10, '13 at 1:23pm

R2D21999

R2D21999

8,583 posts

Yay I found it. Its... I'm not telling you. Figure it out yourself.

 
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