Happy February!

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  • GROUND HOG DAY! <!-- s>__< --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/mad.gif" alt=">__<" title="mad" /><!-- s>__< --> i always think this will be the one that repeats
  • If the groundhog sees its shadow, that means it's 2010 again.
  • [quote="Dave"]If the groundhog sees its shadow, that means it's 2010 again.[/quote] <!-- s:o --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/eek.gif" alt=":o" title="eek" /><!-- s:o -->
  • This is the best month of the year.
  • 30 days has september... april june and november all the rest have 31 'cept for Feb. that one's WEIRD
  • I feel bad for the guy whos birthday is the 29th.
  • by the time they're 80 they're only 20 years old! can't even get drunk legally!
  • Haha, oh man. ageless.
  • [quote="G.O. [!]"]30 days has september... april june and november all the rest have 31 'cept for Feb. that one's WEIRD[/quote] isn't it...hath september? does that make sense? maybe it's past?
  • Thirty days hath September, April, June, and November; All the rest have thirty-one, Save February, with twenty-eight days clear, And twenty-nine each leap year.
  • Is that an original?
  • No, no, it is ye olde english one.
  • Thirtey days hath November, Aprile, June, and September: Of twyecescore-eightt is but eine, And all the remnante be thrycescore-eine. O´course Leap yare comes an´pynes, Ev'rie foure yares, gote it ryghth. An´twyecescore-eight is but twyecescore-nyne.
  • That's all, like, Chaucerian.
  • choncey! the big poncey scheme
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