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Hiho Arkship passengers !

 

Looks like we don't have any games yet in this Forum.

So i decided to make one, let's play while waiting for Dual Universe release :lol:

 

How to play :

  • Simple, last poster wins the game
  • You can post anything you want, from a short word to some long paragraph
  • Just don't post dangerous stuff like virus links

Rules :

  • Please be Civilized
  • No Trolling &
  • No Spam

 

Good Luck & Have Fun :wub:

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Woot! First place!

 

Edit: This is also here to inflate post numbers I guess

Not so fast.

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If a honey badger isn’t in the mood to make its own bed, it’s not shy about making itself at home in someone else’s residence. The creatures have been known to get comfortable in the dens of aardvarks or in the tunnels of foxes, mongooses, or springhares. (Really any crevice or hole will do for the honey badger.) They’re really good at adapting: The animals are usually diurnal in winter, but where they need to avoid humans, they’re usually nocturnal.

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If a honey badger isn’t in the mood to make its own bed, it’s not shy about making itself at home in someone else’s residence. The creatures have been known to get comfortable in the dens of aardvarks or in the tunnels of foxes, mongooses, or springhares. (Really any crevice or hole will do for the honey badger.) They’re really good at adapting: The animals are usually diurnal in winter, but where they need to avoid humans, they’re usually nocturnal.

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If a honey badger isn’t in the mood to make its own bed, it’s not shy about making itself at home in someone else’s residence. The creatures have been known to get comfortable in the dens of aardvarks or in the tunnels of foxes, mongooses, or springhares. (Really any crevice or hole will do for the honey badger.) They’re really good at adapting: The animals are usually diurnal in winter, but where they need to avoid humans, they’re usually nocturnal.

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The North American House Hippo is found throughout Canada and the Eastern United States. House Hippos are very timid creatures and are rarely seen, but they will defend their territory if provoked. They come out at night to search for food, water, and materials for their nests. The favourite foods of the House Hippo are chips, raisins, and crumbs from peanut butter on toast. They build their nests in bedroom closets, using lost mittens, dryer lint, and bits of string. The nests have to be very soft and warm, House Hippos sleep for about 16 hours a day.

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The Cantonese Couch Cobra is a cunning and patient hunter, which is mostly found in Southern China, although it has been becoming much more prevalent in the continental United States. The Couch Cobra first finds its way between the couch cushions of an unsuspecting victim. The Couch Cobra then waits for a human victim to sit on the couch. Once the victim has seated themselves, the Couch Cobra gets to work feeding off of the food that the human brings with it. This means that the Couch Cobra mostly feeds on chips, beef jerky, popcorn and nachos. The Couch Cobra will wiggle and writhe under the couch cushions to give then sensation of being massaged to its victim. It will also make sure that the remote stays close at hand and that the TV's volume is at the perfect level. The most common cause of death for Couch Cobras is being crushed to death by the ever increasing weight of their victim. The Couch Cobra's primary natural enemy is the Female Companion who will attack the Couch Cobra's food supply with such things as "Get off the couch and go do something" and "Don't eat in the living room, I just vacuumed in here."

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At least a fish or chicken or cow can try to get away.  A carrot can only sit there and watch you coming for it.

 

Didn't "Sausage Party" teach us anything? The only way to be pure is to never eat anything at all ever again!

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