TB's Believe it or Not Thread

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  1. ABFer

    ABFer Well-Known Member

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    mildew Super Moderator Staff Member

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  3. mud

    mud Wonderin' AD-FREE USER

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    There are some who see this as a lady with a mature figure, that also owns a BMW convertible.
     
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  4. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LOST

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    i see the fat lady needing to buy a Hummer instead. all that weight on that suspension, has that little car crying.

    it behooves me how some think they can easily fit into tiny spaces.
     
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  5. ABFer

    ABFer Well-Known Member

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    Kind of reminds me of a butterfly pulling itself out of it's cacoon
     
  6. Big Dave

    Big Dave What?! A low bridge and boardwalk at same time?!!

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    Reminded me of a barnyard birthing scene in a Dr. Pol (the vet) episode.
     
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  7. othertrucker2001

    othertrucker2001 Professional Flummoxer

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    I want to see her GET BACK IN.
     
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  8. pro1driver

    pro1driver I am LOST

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    her husband had to show up with the industrial sized shoe horn
     
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  9. othertrucker2001

    othertrucker2001 Professional Flummoxer

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    And a 55 gallon drum of industrial strength vaseline.
     
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  10. ABFer

    ABFer Well-Known Member

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    I wonder what kind of panties she wears.
     
  11. othertrucker2001

    othertrucker2001 Professional Flummoxer

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    They don't make panties that big. That would be called a tent.
     
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  12. Cerberus_Kelpie

    Cerberus_Kelpie Well-Known Member

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    BELIEVE IT......or NOT.

    Introduction to the Kooks Museum
    1. What is a kook?


    Please allow me to quote from the Introduction to my book, Kooks: A Guide to the Outer Limits of Human Belief (copyright Donna Kossy and Feral House, 1994):


    The word "kook" was coined by the beatniks, as a pared-down version of "cuckoo," as in "going cuckoo." A kook is a person stigmatized by virtue of outlandish, extreme or socially unacceptable beliefs that underpin their entire existence. Kooks usually don't keep their beliefs to themselves; they either air them constantly or create lasting monuments to them.
    Though I have great affection for kooks, the term is usually used by others on a pejorative basis; the word is often invoked but rarely aimed at oneself. Granted, there are people, self-styled or corporate-styled bohemians, who by virtue of their desire to belong to a particular in-crowd, call themselves kooks as easily as saying, "I'm weird" or "I'm crazy." I am not concerned here with a trendy or self-conscious usage of the term.

    Being assigned kook status is inherently a matter of perspective, relative to history and culture. A kook of the 19th century might become a scientific hero in the 20th. Take the example of geologist Alfred Wegener (1880-1930), who hypothesized continental drift. In his day, Wegener's theory was dismissed as a "fairy tale." More recently he is honored for originating the theory of plate tectonics. More frequently, a person presumed to be a genius in a previous century is regarded a kook in today's. In the 19th century, phrenologists were as respectable as psychiatrists are today.

    Similarly, the beliefs and mores of one culture are mocked as kooky or even sinister by another. On a large scale, the projection of these attitudes can mobilize millions into warfare or cause governments to deploy military assaults against "cults."

    More for the nutter-butter-peanut-butter-sandwich-cookie folk
     
  13. Cerberus_Kelpie

    Cerberus_Kelpie Well-Known Member

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    Well, like one gets everything back when playing country music sdrawkcab, if ya kin git the viday-o to roll sdrawkcab, well, maybe that wail solve the problem, eh.
     
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  14. othertrucker2001

    othertrucker2001 Professional Flummoxer

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    revo dna revo niaga....lol
     
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  15. Cerberus_Kelpie

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    10-2, 10-4, 10-7. CHEERS!!
     
  16. Stimpy

    Stimpy Wingnut

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    Stimpy Wingnut

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  18. othertrucker2001

    othertrucker2001 Professional Flummoxer

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    O U C H X 10.
     
  19. Woody

    Woody pecker Champion

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    Makes my nose run thiNking about it
     
  20. grocerythrower

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    Believe it or not I get gas when I lay down, also when I take my wife on a date, strange....
     
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