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January 10th, 2002

Best Thing to Yell

What’s your favorite word or phrase to yell? Non-profane, please.

Mine? I think it’s the classic, “I want some salad!” -pm

Posted in Miscellaneous

FROM: Matt
DATE: Thursday January 10, 2002 -- 12:33:15 am
Churl!



FROM: Robert [E-Mail]
DATE: Thursday January 10, 2002 -- 12:59:25 am
Oh Matt . . .

I have to go with Brian Regan's line, "How do I get that goodness in me?!"



FROM: Ryan
DATE: Thursday January 10, 2002 -- 1:20:10 am
I'd give you some of the phrases I was yelling tonight, re-setting up our home theater, but I'd be breaking the "non-profane" rule...



FROM: Scott
DATE: Thursday January 10, 2002 -- 1:19:42 pm
I know Matt, myself and even Robert on occasion would yell out "ANGLE!!!" at times but other than that I have to go with "BOO-YAH!".



FROM: joy olivia miller [E-Mail]
DATE: Thursday January 10, 2002 -- 3:25:18 pm
skeezer!



FROM: Robert [E-Mail]
DATE: Thursday January 10, 2002 -- 6:32:25 pm
Also, I like to yell, "Shpadoinkle!!!"



FROM: Matt
DATE: Thursday January 10, 2002 -- 11:24:06 pm
Yes Scott- Boo-Ya is one of my staples and is Angle. I also like Listen Up Slapnuts!



FROM: Elizabeth
DATE: Thursday January 10, 2002 -- 11:36:53 pm
When I was at the grand canyon two summers ago, I saw some French tourists. Being from the land of nothing worth seeing, I had never seen French tourists in the US before. So I wanted to use my swearing talents to shout "Ca me fait chier!" but chickened out at the last minute. I guess that's profane, but it's in another language, so hopefully I won't get deleted.



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