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"This Singing Michael Phelps stinks. It's supposed to sing Dylan's Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 but it keeps forgetting the lyrics. All it says is Ah swayum'ban' ah swayum'ban' ah kep'tone swimbeeeennnn-guh."


Lotta moisture in the air today, ain't there?

Johnny Logan:

So long, and thanks....What?

John Cox:


Weird and funny. Got a chuckle.


Hello! *slap* My name is Inigo Sake, you killed my father; prepare to die.

John Cox:


Funny! Neat "Princess Bride" reference. Indigo Coho?


Even better! :)


You're on! Let's see who blinks first!


But I really am a mermaid. It's just that, in my case, it's the top half that's a fish.


There are pills now so you don't need to eat so much fish! See ya!


Hey GF: RE: Moisture Comment.

Made a comment to a colleague the other day which reminded me of your moisture comment. Here's my axiom:

Journalists don't know they have liberal bias for the same reason that fish don't know that they are wet!

My friend really liked that analogy.

Dr. Bob:

It's a bummer you didn't make the team, but let's not carp about it.

boo hiss...

Looks more like a smallmouth bass anyway.

tsk... tsk...

Do you guys really pee in the water???


D'ya mind? I'm Spawning here!

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Doc Al:

Fish heads,
Fish heads,
Roly poly
Fish heads.
Fish heads,
Fish heads,
Eat them up,


Well it was nice meeting you. Drop me a line sometime. Wait... Scratch that...

Ed B:

OK, we can be friends. Just don't refer to me as "chum".

Ed B:

Stop me if you've heard this one before.


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