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Thread: Could cheerful ferrets be persuaded to take up knitting?

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    Good thing I bought all those knitting ferret derivatives.
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    In order to nip this disturbing trend toward financial puns, I will note that underage sheep are no longer being allowed in the tavern. They are all being carded.

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    Bah! I feel fleeced.
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    You can get in if you turn up with a goatie.

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    "Goatie"?!? I thought you said "goalie". Oh shoot!, now I have to go get a goat... I better take this guy back to the hockey practice....where am I going to find a goat, I wonder if a kid would do...
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    Billy the Kid was an excellent mountain climber.

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    Have to hand it to you, that was quite a yarn. Had me in stitches.

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    Knitting is a form of binary language.
    So many bugs, so little time.

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    Does binary mean two naries?
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    Nary is actually a separate binary language, the two characters being: A, 1.
    So many bugs, so little time.

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    Wasn't there a Village People song "In the Nary"?
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    Sorry, I'm still knitting so I don't know how to gauge your reply. Cable me if you have any insight on this. I haven't felt this way in a long time, but it could be worsted, I suppose.

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    Is this thread about knitting ferrets or knitted ferrets, I keep getting confused?
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    Silly mustelid kuh-nitteds!
    So many bugs, so little time.

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    Good point ABR. OK, from now on in this thread, when you are reading "knitting", you have to pronounce it "ka-nitting" in your head. Or should that be "from ka-now on"?
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    I prefer to think of it as "Hiking the Applachian Trail".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swift View Post
    Good point ABR. OK, from now on in this thread, when you are reading "knitting", you have to pronounce it "ka-nitting" in your head. Or should that be "from ka-now on"?
    Out...rageous!
    So many bugs, so little time.

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    I won't put up with this any longer. I'm writing my lobbyist to tell my congressperson what to think.

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    Actually, I think the proper name is now "congressthing".

    And by the way, has anyone else seen all the ferret ads on this page? We should get a kickback from the ferret industry...we should have gotten one from tennis, too, but we never did.
    So many bugs, so little time.

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    "Slide one. The Ferret."

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    If I speculate that people dream up new
    conspiracy theories to keep news media in
    buisness, is that a "meta" conspiracy theory?


    Too many ferrets, too little pines.

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    Two little pines from school are we, learning to count, seven, IV, 3. Two little pines from schoool. . .

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    Ah, another Savoyard!

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    I tried to make a ferret knit, but he weaseled out of it.

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    One morning, as Gregor Mendel was waking up from anxious dreams, he discovered that in his bed he had been changed into a monstrous pea."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike alexander View Post
    One morning, as Gregor Mendel was waking up from anxious dreams, he discovered that in his bed he had been changed into a monstrous pea."
    Well, he did have a one-in-four chance of this....
    So many bugs, so little time.

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    I am confused by most everything, even odds.

    I'm told archery is just a form of aggressive knitting.

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    AAAAARRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGG.....



    thank you.


    Just a thought that remastering might mean
    remixing. With percussion in your face!
    shudder..

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    Did anyone else notice the gratuitous use of the word ferret in last week's episode of Eureka? I suspect one of us is a writer for that show. Would anyone care to confess? Come forward of your own volition or we may be forced to use the comfy chair.
    So many bugs, so little time.

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    So ABR., could we say you are trying to "ferret" out this information?
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