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    Hi Everyone,

    For many a year now, I have taken amazing pleasure from the study of organisms in their natural habitat. The fearless Lion stalking its prey or the delicate dances of the amazoian butterfly never fail to make my heart skip a beat.

    Now, I know I am not alone in this passion of mine, as many of you have admitted to being found on many an occasion in the forest tracking that illusive gemesuckle bird.

    The thing I am now desperate to know is this:

    What do you perfer, owl noises or the the sound of a hissing snake?

    Choose wisely my friends....
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    I choose option 3) the sound of a woman having an orgasm...somthing to do with the area of reproduction, also biological...
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    How random is this?

    Do you have sound effects for us all to hear?
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    (Original post by NikNak)
    Hi Everyone,

    For many a year now, I have taken amazing pleasure from the study of organisms in their natural habitat. The fearless Lion stalking its prey or the delicate dances of the amazoian butterfly never fail to make my heart skip a beat.

    Now, I know I am not alone in this passion of mine, as many of you have admitted to being found on many an occasion in the forest tracking that illusive gemesuckle bird.

    The thing I am now desperate to know is this:

    What do you perfer, owl noises or the the sound of a hissing snake?

    Choose wisely my friends....
    Personally, owl noises do it for me...
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    (Original post by gemgems89)
    Personally, owl noises do it for me...
    i agree...
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    (Original post by NikNak)
    i agree...
    You would do. Since you are married...
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    (Original post by 2776 2)
    You would do. Since you are married...
    Yes, very happily as well.
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    Owl.

    I'd have said that at the beginning but I thought there was a catch, lol.
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    (Original post by thefish_uk)
    Owl.

    I'd have said that at the beginning but I thought there was a catch, lol.
    I think you guys need to consider your choice more carefully - this is a turning point of your lifes - take some rest and think about it....
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    (Original post by gemgems89)
    Yes, very happily as well.
    indeed. an owl is a wise and merciful creature.
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    (Original post by NikNak)
    Hi Everyone,

    For many a year now, I have taken amazing pleasure from the study of organisms in their natural habitat. The fearless Lion stalking its prey or the delicate dances of the amazoian butterfly never fail to make my heart skip a beat.

    Now, I know I am not alone in this passion of mine, as many of you have admitted to being found on many an occasion in the forest tracking that illusive gemesuckle bird.

    The thing I am now desperate to know is this:

    What do you perfer, owl noises or the the sound of a hissing snake?

    Choose wisely my friends....
    what about penguins?
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    (Original post by NikNak)
    indeed. an owl is a wise and merciful creature.
    What about my choice?
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    (Original post by eric bischoff)
    what about penguins?
    dont you EVER use such language on a owls and snakes thread again!!

    *pats pet snake*

    disgraceful behaviour!
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    What about my choice?
    I am married and so cannot comment in public lol
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    Well an owls hoot is broadcasting information - a snakes tongue is recieving it...I'd always prefer to err on the side of recieving more than I broadcast than broadcasting things that aren't true.

    Or am I getting a little bit too analytical for this?
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    (Original post by NikNak)
    dont you EVER use such language on a owls and snakes thread again!!

    *pats pet snake*

    disgraceful behaviour!
    hey penguins are cool.

    Try talking to an owl they just say who who
    and snakes say ssssssshhh when you try and talk to them
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    (Original post by NikNak)
    Hi Everyone,

    For many a year now, I have taken amazing pleasure from the study of organisms in their natural habitat. The fearless Lion stalking its prey or the delicate dances of the amazoian butterfly never fail to make my heart skip a beat.

    Now, I know I am not alone in this passion of mine, as many of you have admitted to being found on many an occasion in the forest tracking that illusive gemesuckle bird.

    The thing I am now desperate to know is this:

    What do you perfer, owl noises or the the sound of a hissing snake?

    Choose wisely my friends....
    OMG - you are such a nature geek
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    (Original post by thefish_uk)
    OMG - you are such a nature geek
    I totally agree, how can you know all this?
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    (Original post by gemgems89)
    I totally agree, how can you know all this?
    I bet he's a naturist.

    Are you a naturist?
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    (Original post by thefish_uk)
    I bet he's a naturist.

    Are you a naturist?
    Certainly not. I bet he catches butterflies in a net.
 
 
 
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