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Views expressed by Sleep Talkin' Man rarely reflect the opinions of waking Adam.
Especially the desire to exterminate all vegetarians (but he does hate lentils.)

20111005

Oct 5 2011

"Wow. I can't believe I got punched in the face by a cow! Those bovines have bad attitudes. Total bitches. Oh, that's gonna leave a mark."

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"I am the highwayman in a half shell. I'm Dick Terrapin. Scourge of the roads, nibbler of fingertips."
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I presume those outside the UK won't get this one. Dick Turpin was England's most famous highwayman. Think of him as the Billy the Kid of the UK.
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11 comments:

  1. Hmm, didn't have any bovines in my dream, but there where crazed bears and talking mutant ostriches. Luckily the ostriches didn't like the intelligent zombies anymore than me. ;P Go, TMO! Let's beat those zombies!


    And nice with some new quotes in the shop, Karen. :)

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  2. As it happens, yesterday a Dutchmen was killed by one of his cows. Who knows which was the bitch....

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  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQMbXvn2RNI

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  4. I'm guessing that Terrapin being related to turtles is a UK thing, because if so that's a new one to me.

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  5. @Anon: Terrapins are actually a North American species of turtles.... 7@=e

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  6. Wow, does Adam pun? I am amazed that STM can make such a brilliant pun in his sleep.

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  7. In UK English, "turtles" are specifically watergoing (i.e. have flippers, e.g. leatherback turtle). A land-based one is a "tortoise" (e.g. spur-thighed tortoise, giant Galapagos tortoise, star tortoise, Hermann's tortoise).

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  8. @Herm: further, many UK English speakers would describe all freshwater turtles as "terrapins", using "turtle" to mean "sea turtle" exclusively.

    "Dick Terrapin" made me literally laugh out loud.

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  9. I am a turtle girl (love them) and terrapins - so I LOVE This one! As far as turtle semantics - at least here in the US, a Tortoise is land only, a terrapin is water and land and a turtle is a water only. I personally, love them all.

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