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Old 12-08-2006, 12:28 AM   #21
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That squirrel is recreating an ancient Mayan ritual called 'Barkikus rubbicus crotchicus' where the village elders would strip bark from trees and then rub their naked ______ on it.

This was done with squirrels (the central american variety) tied to the trees with their eyelids glued open with tree sap (forcing them to watch). The squirrels were later released (in a rather horny mood) and allowed to breed.

These Mayan squirrels migrated north over the next few hundred years and now populate North America.







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I can't even figure out when you're serious.
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You didn't quote me, and now my awesome reply is banished to page 1 of this topic.


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That squirrel is recreating an ancient Mayan ritual called 'Barkikus rubbicus crotchicus' where the village elders would strip bark from trees and then rub their naked ______ on it.

This was done with squirrels (the central american variety) tied to the trees with their eyelids glued open with tree sap (forcing them to watch). The squirrels were later released (in a rather horny mood) and allowed to breed.

These Mayan squirrels migrated north over the next few hundred years and now populate North America.







Any questions?
I quote myself.

I should add that had I gotten further into ancient Mayan rituals, and started discussing Barkikus Rubbicus Crotchicus Eroticus, I would have had to edit this topic title to PG-13.
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well..NOW its not banished
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It'* true...you guys should have "noticed" Sqela'* behavior in NY
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That squirrel is recreating an ancient Mayan ritual called 'Barkikus rubbicus crotchicus' where the village elders would strip bark from trees and then rub their naked ______ on it.

This was done with squirrels (the central american variety) tied to the trees with their eyelids glued open with tree sap (forcing them to watch). The squirrels were later released (in a rather horny mood) and allowed to breed.

These Mayan squirrels migrated north over the next few hundred years and now populate North America.

Any questions?
I only have ONE question.....How is the hangover this morning? (I can only assume that by your posting an "awesome" answer like that, there MUST have been some consumption of spirits occurring )
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Beer transitioned to Vodka. Had to get a new bottle yesterday, cuz driverjohn will be here tomorrow. So I 'tested' it.

Test was very succesful.
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Beer transitioned to Vodka. Had to get a new bottle yesterday, cuz driverjohn will be here tomorrow. So I 'tested' it.

Test was very succesful.


Back to the squirrel. I can only assume it was indeed gathering material for a nest. But, considering I live in the middle of the desert and squirrels are non-existant in my local area, I could be wrong.
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I have it on good authority that the squirrel is eating the inner bark. When they do that, it'* a sign of a harsh upcoming winter.
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