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'[OT]: Friday Night Live'
2002\11\01@054342 by cdb

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Sigh ,

sorry about that could have sworn I bunged the tag in!

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Christmas
> > decorations they believed were chocolate.
> > * Hospitals reported 4 broken arms last year after
> > * cracker pulling incidents.
> > * 101 Australians since 1997 have had to have broken parts of
plastic
> > toys pulled out of the soles of their feet.
> > * 18 Australians had serious burns in 1998 trying on
> > * a new jumper with a lit cigarette in their mouth.
> > * A massive 543 Australians were admitted to
> > * casualty in the last two years after opening bottles of beer
with
> > their teeth or eye socket.
> > * 5 Australians were injured last year in accidents
> > * involving out of control Scalextric cars.
> > * .........and finally:
> > * 8 Australians cracked their skull in 1997 after
> > falling asleep (passing out) while throwing up into the toilet.
> >

Colin
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2002\11\01@123617 by John Ferrell

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OK, I gotta ask for an explanation:
Hospitals reported 4 broken arms last year after cracker pulling incidents.

John Ferrell
6241 Phillippi Rd
Julian NC 27283
Phone: (336)685-9606
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Sigh ,

sorry about that could have sworn I bunged the tag in!

>From the Australian Bureau of Statistics:

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2002\11\01@184623 by cdb

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Ah, I think they might be called bon-bons in the US.

Officially they are here to, it's probably us stick in the mud
English,Irish, Welsh and Scots who use the term cracker.

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2002\11\01@193115 by Jim

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The term 'cracker' has a couple of meanings here:

1) a baked dried 'thing' meant for spreading cheese on or
2) a 'redneck' (a person characterised as coming from a rough,
  uncivilized background as in being 'from the south') as
  contrasted to someone coming from New York City (or Cleveland
  even!)
3) one said to be a "cracker-jack mechanic" (or electrician),
  however, means one who is exceptionally good at his trade.

A 'cracker pull' - made no sense!

RF Jim

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2002\11\01@194558 by Sid Weaver

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"Cracker" also refers to a party favor that makes a loud popping noise when
the ends are pulled apart sharply.



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Port Richey, FL

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2002\11\01@194814 by Jinx

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> The term 'cracker' has a couple of meanings here:
>
> 1)
> 2)
> 3)

So, it appears, does "couple" ;-)

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2) a 'redneck' (a person characterised as coming from a rough,
  uncivilized background as in being 'from the south') as
  contrasted to someone coming from New York City (or Cleveland
  even!)

As used extensively in South Park

http://www.spscriptorium.com/SPBios/SPlexicon.htm

Thanks for stirring me to look it up

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2002\11\01@195845 by Jim

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> So, it appears, does "couple" ;-)

... darn it ... I originally had down just the
the first two items - then the third popped
into my aging mind ...

RF Jim

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2002\11\02@035344 by Roman Black

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Sid Weaver wrote:
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> "Cracker" also refers to a party favor that makes a loud popping noise when
> the ends are pulled apart sharply.


Hmm. Now i'm getting communication breakdown...
In Australia a "party favor" is what you get
from a blonde in the spare room. <grin>
-Roman

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2002\11\02@041938 by Jinx

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> Hmm. Now i'm getting communication breakdown...
> In Australia a "party favor" is what you get
> from a blonde in the spare room. <grin>
> -Roman

"favour" or "charity" ?

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2002\11\02@042356 by Roman Black
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Jinx wrote:
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> > Hmm. Now i'm getting communication breakdown...
> > In Australia a "party favor" is what you get
> > from a blonde in the spare room. <grin>
> > -Roman
>
> "favour" or "charity" ?


Depends if it's your birthday or hers...
<grin>
-Roman

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2002\11\02@050625 by Jonathan Johnson

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I've found that the brunette in the spa is just as...'favourable' <g>

Jonathan

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