COUNTING SHEEP!!!

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Offline science_guy

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« on: 24/04/2008 04:31:30 »
umm.. lets see, how many are there?

umm..... 1... neil...
umm..... 2... hadrian... *yawn*
umm..... 3... seany? (has a sheep in his siggy...)

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« Reply #1 on: 24/04/2008 06:22:29 »
night night....

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« Reply #2 on: 24/04/2008 11:08:03 »
I never thought of doing that. Do you think Neil will come around to my house every night and continually jump over a small fence until I fall asleep?

I personally like the Ernie and Bert sketch where Ernie counts sheep to go to sleep but Bert can hear them bleeting and it keeps him awake so he asks Ernie to count something else. Instead of counting something quiet he counts fire engines. HEHEHEHE! You had to be there! 
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« Reply #3 on: 24/04/2008 16:03:04 »
so we have three sheep int he forum? are there more perhaps?
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« Reply #4 on: 24/04/2008 16:42:03 »
Haven't looked recently  LOL
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« Reply #5 on: 24/04/2008 16:46:59 »
so we have three sheep int he forum? are there more perhaps?

Looking at some of the forum members pictures, i am reminded of the phrase 'mutton dressed as lamb'. Does that count?

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« Reply #6 on: 25/04/2008 17:26:57 »
so we have three sheep int he forum? are there more perhaps?

Looking at some of the forum members pictures, i am reminded of the phrase 'mutton dressed as lamb'. Does that count?

Be careful or you might get a lamb chop in the mush!!!!
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« Reply #7 on: 25/04/2008 17:32:48 »
so we have three sheep int he forum? are there more perhaps?

Looking at some of the forum members pictures, i am reminded of the phrase 'mutton dressed as lamb'. Does that count?

Be careful or you might get a lamb chop in the mush!!!!

...or something far worse!!!

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« Reply #8 on: 26/04/2008 00:48:52 »
There is also on this forum one Horned Lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum sp) - known as a horny toad colloquially and because of their name (Phrynosomatidae - the family to which these critters belong) means "toad bodied," as well as my esteemed college Castor fiber - the good Doctor Beaver.

As Point of Information, the largest beaver ever, the Giant beaver (Castoroides ohioensis), lived in Texas (as well as other areas) as part of the Blancoan Faunal assemblage of the last glacial period.

Don't we count as much as the mutton-brained ones?
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« Last Edit: 26/04/2008 00:50:25 by JimBob »
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« Reply #9 on: 26/04/2008 14:23:35 »
I'd never count lizards as they can't jump over fences and as for Beavers they are more likely to eat the fence.
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« Reply #10 on: 26/04/2008 18:19:11 »
Such stereotyping! A T. Rex lizard could jump fences and Castors can do amazing things for you as you try to sleep. Tell her Dr.
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« Reply #11 on: 26/04/2008 20:39:55 »
I think the Beaver has been counting sheep. No answer neh!
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