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G33 and time traveling kangaroos

Discussion in 'OX & Alex Forum' started by tous, Apr 17, 2012.

  1. tous

    tous GET A ROPE!

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    If it wasn't for the heroic G33, them time traveling kangaroos might could go backward or sideways in time and .... (fill in catastrophe here)


    <--- has encountered time traveling kangaroos
    <--- eternally grateful to G33 for clearing up that embarrassing temporal event :wavey:
     
  2. ArtCrafter

    ArtCrafter ¤Hocker Mocker¤

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    OAFish QUESTION OF THE DAY (OQOTD™)
    If said kangaroos are indeed 'time travelers,'
    then doesn't it follow that they have the innate
    ability to "go backward or sideways in time,"
    AND, if not, then what? :dunno:

    Inquiring minds and all...

    TIA :wavey:
     


  3. tous

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    You didn't research the okra thread.

    Kangaroos can only travel in time when and if exposed to okra. :upeyes:

    However, this is the first mention of G33's involvement.

    :tongueout:
    :wavey:
     
  4. ArtCrafter

    ArtCrafter ¤Hocker Mocker¤

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    Alas, I can't stomach okra, nor can I thread a needle with it.

    As for okra-gobbling, time-traveling kangaroos, I believe the formula calls for about 20 min/lb at 375°F &#8722; with plenty of time off per peck of boiled okra, of course.

    Similarly, G33's involvement goes without saying &#8722; and in both directions at the same time. :shocked:

    HTH :wavey:
     
  5. OSSI

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    Only the Big Reds can time travel, and only on fried Okra, not cooked
    The smaller Wallabies can't time travel.

    and don't forget they have to hop backwards :upeyes:
     
  6. tous

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    OSSI, all valid points. :thumbsup:

    Have you ever personally experienced G33 and a kangaroo together?

    :wavey:
     
  7. OSSI

    OSSI Litter Kitty CLM

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    No, must be interesting.

    But I have experienced OSSI and a Roo together.
    Also OSSI and Wallabies.
     
  8. OSSI

    OSSI Litter Kitty CLM

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    Mostly OSSI being in the car :upeyes:
     
  9. tous

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    I'm thinkin' that da Bullman needs some kangaroo and wallaby exposure.
    Round out his wildlife experiences and he might could gain local fame and fortune if'n he kin call 'em as well as does hogs.
     
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  10. tous

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    A thread with G33 and time traveling kangaroos and this is all the love it gets? :miff:

    This is fertile ground for tomfoolery ... or even Dinkyfoolery.
    Don't make me report your lack of silliness to April.
     
  11. OSSI

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    We deserve better :upeyes:
     
  12. tous

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    Let us shun the non-sillies. :sigh:
    Or, perhaps we can obtain a likely kangaroo, feed it some okra, send it back in time, gather up a week's worth of Da Bullman gas, return to the present and dump it all on those that do not contribute to this thread.

    Ye have been warned!
     
  13. OSSI

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    I like your style, my Texas Friend
     
  14. CJStudent

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    <----has experience with Kangaroos

    <----has experience with Wallabies

    <----neither experience involved a car or time traveling.
     
  15. ReyFufuRulesAll

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    Actually, the big kangaroos all have the innate ability to control time by simply hopping backwards or sideways; they just do not do so unless fed fried okra or rice, respectively. :wavey:
     
  16. OSSI

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    I totally agree.
    But the Big Red is the biggest , and because the bigger, the faster and the further they can time travel.

    The Wallaby is the only one that can't do it.
    Also if it would be 2 or 3 inches bigger and and therefore get the ability to time travel it would be very slow :upeyes:
     
  17. ReyFufuRulesAll

    ReyFufuRulesAll Pantless Wonder

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    Agreed. The wallaby's subcompact frame leaves little room for time-travel apparatus.