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What;s up rubber duck?
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Cindi    Posted 07-04-2003 at 19:47:30       [Reply]  [No Email]
Keep on truckin'. Other ridiculous sayings of the seventies and eighties. These things tend to pop out of my mouth making my kids look at me like I'm speaking a foreign language. Bad mammajamma. Can anyone think of anymore?


Salmoneye    Posted 07-05-2003 at 03:49:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
Where's the beef?

Baby On Board...

Give it to Mikey...He'll eat it...

DY-NO-MITE...

What you talkin' bout Willis?...

Do the voices in my head bother you?


newgen    Posted 07-04-2003 at 22:59:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
I drive a truck-actually most of us quit talking like that after Smokey and the Bandit-10-4--Doin it to it like Sonny Pruit-we gone Bye bye--


Cindi    Posted 07-04-2003 at 19:57:21       [Reply]  [No Email]

Remember....


Clod    Posted 07-04-2003 at 20:13:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
I never understood all they were saying.But I had some great radios.I talked to those who talked the language I understood.Had big Tram I modified.I loved that old CB radio but no single sideband.Then I bought a new Drake ham the traded it for a Kenwood ham radio..But grew tired of the hobby.I guess they still are going strong,But I never check,,Good night Cindi.


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