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Peek
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what is going on my dudes? how is everyone? are you doing the dew?

Dude [Cool] peekaboo

Yeah.

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Dr Strangelove
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I need a Dew. I had a SoBe thingamajig last night, foregoing the Dew for reasons that are now unclear to me, and have been regretting it ever since.

Dude [Cool] Dr S

Yeah

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Dew's all good.

Peek, where's the a-boo?

Dude

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Hey dew-ds (especially peek-a-dew!)

The luck of the Irish be on ye! Go back to the roots and drink the green elixir that is good.

So that all is good.

Beware the Ides of March, dew-ds; keep your dew close, or your best buddy might snag it from you when you aren't looking! So saith Julius Caesar.

dude [Cool] Bokonon

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that was deep dude.
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Dew you think dat dew-d Ceaser Dew'd the Dew?

Cause that would be all good.

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Dew wasn't around in caesars time, but im sure he knew the concept of all-goodness.

dude [Cool] peekaboo

yeah.

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Ode to Dew.

By Storm J. Brown, a.k.a. RunningBear

I see it shine,
I wait in line,
I cannot wait,
I speed my gait,

Mountain Dew,
In a can,
silver, sound,
made by man,

Filled with joy,
drunk by boy,
with chow mein,
covered by soy.

Drink on beach
evokes speech,
Drink on couch,
removes slouch.

Working hours,
Oh so long,
as they drag,
on and on.

Oh the dew,
it brings me life,
so I forget,
all the strife.

green and sweet,
good with meat,
makes me sing,
makes my voice ring,

Oh my heart,
it does break,
as the dew washes,
down the steak.

blood sets fire!
Heart does dance!
The dew I guzzle!
sends me into trance!

My ode to Dew,
tis' not prose,
But the green nectar,
does smell like rose.

Fear is gone,
Sleep does leave,
This lovely soma,
does give me ease.

An empty can,
shell of love,
my eyes open,
see shining dove,
wreathed by dew,
such fine brew,
makes eyes water,
at loss of you.

Fin


.'.'.'.'

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calaban
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-sniff- aye, it brought a tear to me eye lad.
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RunningBear
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So Dew-tiful

Dew tiful.... mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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Does this thread make anyone else wonder what sorts of mind-altering effects the artificial ingredients in Mountain Dew are having on people?

David

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Nope, I wrote that poem because I have not had that Dew-Tiful serum for many, many, months. I am a XC/Track Runner, so I am not allowed to have it.

[Cry]

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I categoriacally deny any dew related side effects. However in regards to the allegations that Dew has altrered my mind I have only this to say.

I was crazy in the first place.

I hope that puts your mind at ease and allows you to consume the Dew without worrying about such things as insanity, LSC, male pattern baldness, toe fungus, or even worse, the much dreaded Lacaseriousitous.

This has been a public service announcement.

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The Surgeon General of the Nation Of RunningBearopolus has deemed said beverage Mountain Dew to be a positive and healthful factor in the prevention of cancer, ebola, E.coli, E.Bola, Ecola, H5N1 Rhino Virus, Aging, and Concernicilli. The ingestion of said beverage is a positive and youthfulizing factor in the maintennance of the human body.


note: In all other sovereign nations other than RunningBearopolus this may not be true and should not be taken as fact.

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I have never gotten the measles. It must be because of the Dew.

dude [Cool] c rash

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itll dew you a lot of good

dew'd

[Cool]

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Code Red was the nectar of choice today at the dodgeball tournament. Red like the dodgeballs. CR has become my favorite Dew.

dude [Cool] c rash

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Peek
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my dudes, my wisdom teeth came out yesterday and I cannot drink my dew. please do keep me in your thoughts during this dewless period in my life.

Dude [Cool] peekaboo

Yeah.

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My deepest condolences for your loss. Don't worry, it'l all be good soon, 'cause it's all good.

Dude [Hail] FToad

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[Wall Bash] [Wall Bash]
Sorry about that

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Wisdom teeth are always fun.(sarc. /off) On the bright side you won't have all your back teeth impacted against each other later in life [Smile]

Hopefully your experience is as painless as mine was.

My wisom teeth were the mutant wisdom teeth of death having 7 roots each. The surgeon said there was no way I would get through it under general so they put me all the way out. Lots of painkillers made for a painless recovery.

Share the experience with us as I drink a dew to your quick recovery. [Cool]

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Another month, so it again time to carry out my dew-ty of posting in this all-good thread... I know I should be dew-ing good, but I have to admit that losing an hour of potential dew-drinking time this past weekend bums me out. At least we get it back in October!

Stay good folks. may April showers be abundant with dew.

-Bok

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I ACTUALLY haven't drank Dew in years.

Dude [Cool] FToad

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Dude, you must have massive withdrawal symptoms. How can you live without the nectar?

dude [Cool] c rash

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It hurts, but sometimes you gotta put off the dew.

I run, so I cant have it...

thats what spurred me to write that poem,

by the way what dew you all think of it???

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i love the poem, bear that runs.

Dude [Cool] peekaboo

Yeah.

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I def know it's all good.

It's all good b/c this isn't how it ends...

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I find it depressingly sad how many resturants do not serve the Dew. I myself prefer water at most resturants, but my friends, the Dew obsessed Ukrainian/Rhode Islander twins, are always in the doldrums because of it. They have taken to carrying a few liters around in the car, just in case, ya know?

It's alllll goood.

Dude [Cool] Dr S

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It is depressing to me that most restaurants in my area serve Coke rather than Pepsi products. Coke does not have anything that meets the standard of Dew.

dude [Cool] c rash

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They certainly try hard though (ever heard of Sierra Mist?)
[Mad] [Wall Bash]

Dude [Cool] FToad

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The Mist is, I must say, not up to Dew standard. Caffeine-free. Anyhow, the Mist name is a pathetic rip-off of the true electric nectar. And it doesn't come in a cherry flavor, either.

dude [Cool] c rash

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The Dew, especially the exceptionally good Baja Blast, is good, yes. Unfortunately, I prefer Sunkist Orange. One of the few Orange sodas with Caffiene, Sunkist is better than (dare I say it?) even the great Doctor Who!
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Heretic.
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BURN THE WITCH! BURN HER! IF She wieghs as much as a duck she's made of wood and therfore A WITCH!
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Oh. Bugger. Well, I better get the scales.
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quote:
Originally posted by I Am The War Chief:
BURN THE WITCH! BURN HER! IF She wieghs as much as a duck she's made of wood and therfore A WITCH!

Awesome, just awesome! [ROFL]
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"I'm against picketing, but I don't know how to show it"
-Mitch Hedburg

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If Jimbo's going to go on trial, he needn't worry. He can just bend the bars, go through the walls, and run into the forest, caught up in the greensong. The greensong, however, does require something green. Dew anyone? I've never heard of orangesong. Too bad.

Dude [Cool] FToad

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However, if Jimbo rejects the dew, how can he escape? he must accept the dew, or be dew-med.
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Dew is the only rational choice in an establishment that stocks only Pepsi products.
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peek misses mitch hedburg. mitch was one of peekys idols.

Dude [Cool] peekaboo

Yeah.

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Deeewwwwwwwwwwwdd.

This thread is almost five years old.

wow.

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Dude, this thread IS five years old. It celebrated its big 5th on January 14th of this year.

dude [Cool] c rash

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Best.

Thread.

Ever.

Yep, its good.

I ran a lot today, threw a bunch of pointy metal sticks today, sweated a lot today.

its all good.

Dude- The Bear That Runs. [Cool]

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How'd you dew?

Dude [Cool] FToad

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Dude, this is reply 900. This thread is cool as ice-cold Dew. May it live forever.

dude [Cool] c rash

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The 1-k mark looms like a massive can of liquid green lightning.

The Bear that Runs

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This thread has been kept up for five years, and shows no sign of stopping.

Dude [Cool] FToad

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It shall never die

*SALUTE!

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When this reaches 1000, does that make it qualify as a "Landmark Thread"?
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