My Boloney has a first name

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by The Watcher, Feb 27, 2002.

  1. The Watcher

    The Watcher TRIBE Member

    it's H O M E R

    My Boloney has a second name it's

    H O M E R
     
  2. labRat

    labRat TRIBE Member

    pssst.... it's baloney
     
  3. Smiley Jo

    Smiley Jo TRIBE Member

    Oh for the love of...

    It's BALOGNA, geeez!

    *giggle*

    Joanna :p
     
  4. stir-fry

    stir-fry TRIBE Member

    you're all phoney bewloney
     
  5. labRat

    labRat TRIBE Member

    Re: Oh for the love of...

    that too.
     
  6. graham

    graham Well-Known Member

    "My baloney has a first name,

    it's O-S-K-A-R.

    My baloney has a second name,

    it's H-O-F-F-M-E-I-E-R-S-T-E-I-N-B-E-R-G-Q-Z-..."
     
  7. The Watcher

    The Watcher TRIBE Member

    Ha, in your face!

    bo·lo·gna Pronunciation Key (b-ln, -n, -ny) also ba·lo·ney or bo·lo·ney (-n)
    n.
    A seasoned smoked sausage made of mixed meats, such as beef, pork, and veal.

    http://www.dictionary.com/search?q=bologna

    Ha, in your face!

    -Nickers - were all right
     
  8. graham

    graham Well-Known Member

    only if it comes from bologna
     
  9. Subsonic Chronic

    Subsonic Chronic TRIBE Member

    My bratwurst has a first name, it's F-R-A-N-Z....

    (can't remember the rest of the quote...)

    Pete
     
  10. labRat

    labRat TRIBE Member

    Re: Ha, in your face!

    eat choda. no one spells it your way. ;)
     
  11. The Watcher

    The Watcher TRIBE Member

    Re: Re: Ha, in your face!

    I think there is Choda in Baloney
     
  12. Smiley Jo

    Smiley Jo TRIBE Member

    I think...

    I think there's BOLOGNA in your pants....

    [​IMG]

    Joanna :D
     
  13. Jeremy Jive

    Jeremy Jive TRIBE Member

    mystery meat

    [​IMG]

    jeremy -whats really in balogna?- jive
     
  14. H2Whoa

    H2Whoa TRIBE Member

    Baloney = rework

    The 10 to 12% of rotting leftover flesh that get reheated, blended together and formed into one of America's favorite luncheon meats.

    hmmmmm......
     

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