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Poll #1087400 You Shouldn't Hang Me On a Hook, Johnny

You Shouldn't Hang Me On a Hook, Johnny

No more nodding!
1(2.9%)
It shoots through schools.
12(35.3%)
Knock down dat wall, knock down dat wall, and knock down DAT fargin' wall! *kaboom*
7(20.6%)
I love shelf paper!
2(5.9%)
Yeah, right. And I'm the Pope.
1(2.9%)
And sometimes -- they can explode!
11(32.4%)


Discuss below.

-The Gneech

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smrgol_t_kirin
Nov. 12th, 2007 08:35 pm (UTC)
Discuss Below ...
be·low (bĭ-lō')

As an Adverb it means:
-In or to a lower place; beneath.
-On or to a lower floor; downstairs.
-Nautical. On or to a lower deck.
-In a later part of a given text: figures quoted below.
-Farther down, as along a slope or valley.
-In or to hell or Hades.
-On the earth.
-In a lower rank or class.
-Below zero in temperature: 40° below.

As a Preposition:
-Underneath; beneath.
-Lower than, as on a graduated scale.
-Downstream of: launched the canoe just below the bridge.
-South of: Guatemala is below Mexico.
-Unsuitable to the rank or dignity of: Such petty behavior is below me.


below Synonyms: infra, beneath, to a lower place, at a lower place.

The word comes from the Middle English "bilooghe"
raemonde
Nov. 12th, 2007 09:44 pm (UTC)
] ...My father hung me on a hook once?

-Rob
jamesbarrett
Nov. 12th, 2007 10:31 pm (UTC)
It could be random, but when it shoots through walls, likes wallpaper, and says Farking, it can only be Johnny Dangerously! -Frisk
paradisacorbasi
Nov. 13th, 2007 01:38 am (UTC)
"Ya know your name's an adverb?"

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