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I'm back to torment you guys again hehe

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*screeches in fear and pain*

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On 6/27/2022 at 9:09 PM, The Wandering Wizard said:

Yes, we needs don't talk like normal teenagers.

Did you know that wombats poop cubes?

Of course I know about wombat poop cubes

Have you ever heard the tragic story of tarrare the hungry. No i dont suppose the schools would teach it to you.

Also that one battle we won through potatos in ww2

or the emu war

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14 minutes ago, HOID WANTS INSTANT NOODLES said:

Of course I know about wombat poop cubes

Have you ever heard the tragic story of tarrare the hungry. No i dont suppose the schools would teach it to you.

Also that one battle we won through potatos in ww2

or the emu war

I wish to know about the Emu war.

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Post gallipoli during the great depression emus were attacking australian farms. There were hundreds upon hundreds of huge birds eating all of the crops on farms. Immagine geese but human sized. So in order to have an excuse to use heavy weaponry against them, australia declared war on the emus. This mostly entailed several gallipoli veterans strapping a machine gun to the back of a jeep and trying to shoot the emu. As machine guns need solid ground to operate this was a terrible idea and led to bulllets streaking everywhere. One of the soldiers compared emus to zulu "they dissapear up front and then it is all quiet until the little buggers attack you from the sides, like zulu" As this was during the great depression and australia could not afford to lose crops they put a bounty on killing emus and gave up on the war

 

TLDR australia declared war on emus and lost

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18 minutes ago, HOID WANTS INSTANT NOODLES said:

Post gallipoli during the great depression emus were attacking australian farms. There were hundreds upon hundreds of huge birds eating all of the crops on farms. Immagine geese but human sized. So in order to have an excuse to use heavy weaponry against them, australia declared war on the emus. This mostly entailed several gallipoli veterans strapping a machine gun to the back of a jeep and trying to shoot the emu. As machine guns need solid ground to operate this was a terrible idea and led to bulllets streaking everywhere. One of the soldiers compared emus to zulu "they dissapear up front and then it is all quiet until the little buggers attack you from the sides, like zulu" As this was during the great depression and australia could not afford to lose crops they put a bounty on killing emus and gave up on the war

 

TLDR australia declared war on emus and lost

THIS IS A REAL THING LOL! I thought you were making this up. :lol::lol:

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Guys, did you know that Napoleon was almost assassinated by bunnies? To celebrate some victory, he decided to have a rabbit hunt, so his men caught a couple thousand rabbits and put them in cages... but

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Once the rabbits were released from their cages they did the exact opposite of what all the men expected – instead of running away in terror they all bounded straight toward Napoleon. Nervous laughter quickly transformed into horror as this fluffle of beasts began to climb up the French emperor’s legs. Napoleon’s men attempted to beat them off with sticks but the swarm was, quite literally, impossible to shake off.

 

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Can I just say how glad I am for the informal nature of these weird forums? On most websites, you would have to jump through all kinds of hoops to rant about forum culture in a popular subforum. Here, you can just post whatever and have it snowball into a weird chat thing!

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3 hours ago, HOID WANTS INSTANT NOODLES said:

Post gallipoli during the great depression emus were attacking australian farms. There were hundreds upon hundreds of huge birds eating all of the crops on farms. Immagine geese but human sized. So in order to have an excuse to use heavy weaponry against them, australia declared war on the emus. This mostly entailed several gallipoli veterans strapping a machine gun to the back of a jeep and trying to shoot the emu. As machine guns need solid ground to operate this was a terrible idea and led to bulllets streaking everywhere. One of the soldiers compared emus to zulu "they dissapear up front and then it is all quiet until the little buggers attack you from the sides, like zulu" As this was during the great depression and australia could not afford to lose crops they put a bounty on killing emus and gave up on the war

 

TLDR australia declared war on emus and lost

I've heard of that! It's funny.

Napoleon had a fear of cats and open doors.

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Posted (edited)

The potato battle was this

An american ship aimed to sink a japaneese sub by ramming it. At the last moment however, they realized that the Japanese sub might have explosives on board. The americans pulled up broadside and decided to through whatever they had. Now that the japanese were alerted to their presence, the american troops freak out and fire back with the only ammunition they had. Potoatoes from the nearby crates. As the night is totally black the Japanese assume these are live grenades being thrown at them and throw them overboard. The potatoes keep flying and the japanese retreat into the depths to escape the endles barrage of "grenades" the american ship loads a depth charge and sinks the sub.(there are vaying accounts on this so it could be innacurate)

 

ALso paraguay declared war on both brazil and argentina at once. The paraguans got destroyed immediatley as they had almost no millitary. The war happened because the isolationist government made people think paragauy was way bigger than brazil(it wasnt)

 

Edited by HOID WANTS INSTANT NOODLES
edited for accuracy, kudos to ta'varen kaladin
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Wow. History is crazy :P

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Have you noticed that people that lose wars sometimes wear capes?

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None ever. 

They're was once a ruler of Russia who though that he was a goat and crawled around eating grass all the time. 

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1 hour ago, HOID WANTS INSTANT NOODLES said:

The potato battle was this

 

The scene is a black night, It is the middle of WW2 the american troops are sleeping above deck on their ship. Their weapons are below in the hold. Suddenly a Japanes submarine emerges from the deep and starts firing on the unarmed american troops. The american troops freak out and fire back with the only ammunition they had. Potoatoes from the nearby crates. As the night is totally black the Japanese assume these are live grenades being thrown at them and throw them overboard. The potatoes keep flying and the japanese retreat into the depths to escape the endles barrage of "grenades" the american ship loads a depth charge and sinks the sub.

Not quite what happened. The Americans detected the sub and decided to ram it but at the last minute realized it might be loaded with explosives. They pulled up broadside and, because the Japanese are now aware of them, they throw whatever they have on hand, which is the potatoes, at the Japanese. With it being dark and the Japanese just having woke up to find themselves under attack, they panicked and the Americans were able to pull away and use their real weaponry to destroy the sub. 

 

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oh sorr

38 minutes ago, Ta'veren Kaladin said:

Not quite what happened. The Americans detected the sub and decided to ram it but at the last minute realized it might be loaded with explosives. They pulled up broadside and, because the Japanese are now aware of them, they throw whatever they have on hand, which is the potatoes, at the Japanese. With it being dark and the Japanese just having woke up to find themselves under attack, they panicked and the Americans were able to pull away and use their real weaponry to destroy the sub. 

 

oh sorry. It was a whle since I learned about it. ill edit the post for accuracy

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I am indeed! Although I can't say what my score was, for I do not have an account. Alas!

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YAy! Teens unite!

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7 minutes ago, solarcat93 said:

YAy! Teens unite!

I didn't know until last year that "teen" came from thirteen to nineteen and I thought teenagers included young adults and people in early twenties :ph34r:

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*buries face in hands*

Sixteen.

I can feel adulthood creeping ever closer...

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I can feel the dark side of old age creeping up on me. Just one more year -_-

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