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Did you know that there is an amazing amount of useless information in the world and my wife believes my brain is the repository for most of it?

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Should have added this.    Did you know...that I think clam strips should be illegal to serve, at least in Maine. If you can't eat a whole clam then order chicken fingers.

Did you know that after you dice jalapeños for salsa you absolutely need to scrub your hands thoroughly and repeatedly before taking a pee? I learned that yesterday. 

Did you know that bird hunters go bat sh!t crazy in August

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Did you know...the warty bumps on a wild turkeys necks are called caruncles?

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Brad Eden said:

Ha, this Topic grew legs.

 

Did you know...the warty bumps on a wild turkeys necks are called caruncles?

 

 

 

 

Did you know my friend Jim can't say caruncles so he's been pronouncing it "cruncles" for the last 15 year's I've known him and because I don't want to make him to feel bad I've kept a straight face and never corrected him in all that time?  

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Did you know that if your wife dumps half a gallon of bleach into the toilet and you come along afterward and pee an almost equal amount that enough cyanogen chloride gas is produced that you can hear it forming (what's that sizzling sound?) and if you were sitting down instead of standing up so that you could take a break and read the new Cabela's catalog, you can inhale enough gas to experience cyanogen chloride gas poisoning symptoms of confusion and dizziness?  

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Did you know, that in Spanish (Guatemala) the word "esposa" means handcuffs.....and wife?  or that the word "suegra" means mother-in-law...and also is used for the heel of a loaf of bread? :D

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4 hours ago, 3Mutts&Me said:

Did you know, that in Spanish (Guatemala) the word "esposa" means handcuffs.....and wife?

Just was telling a young man about this yesterday!  He grew up spanish speaking but had never thought about it.   (pretty sure that it is fairly universal...not just guate.)

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Did you know that the Bears still suck?  

Football team not our four legged friends

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15 hours ago, browndrake said:

Just was telling a young man about this yesterday!  He grew up spanish speaking but had never thought about it.   (pretty sure that it is fairly universal...not just guate.)

 

Did you know that in Hungarian when the wife refers to her husband to someone else he is called " ur"  or "uram "  translation is lord or my lord.  :D

 

Did you know that the Hungarian partridge is called "fogoly" and it translates in to the same meaning as captive or prisoner.

 

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3 hours ago, barna said:

Did you know that the Hungarian partridge is called "fogoly" and it translates in to the same meaning as captive or prisoner.

I didn't know that!  

  BUT

If they are prisoners or captives, why are they so good at getting away from me?

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Did you know wild pheasants will fly and hide in trees. 

 

A sharptail that mates with a prairie chicken is called shicken and will be sterile 

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7 minutes ago, RookieEP said:

 

 

A sharptail that mates with a prairie chicken is called shicken and will be sterile 

 

And a pheasant x duck hybrid is called a phu...... Oh, never mind.

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11 hours ago, Virgil Kane said:

Did you know that the Bears still suck?  

Football team not our four legged friends

Did you know that the Jets suck even worse. I bet you did, everyone knows that!

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