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What phrase would you paste on a five foot cannon ? Answered

Exactly what the title is asking.

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camping crazy

6 years ago

I've got a tater with your name on it!

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roliop

7 years ago

"I'd love 2 metre" !
:-)

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StartedBullet

7 years ago

"The Highway To Hell"
Well, not so much for me.

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venom1539

8 years ago

" Meet my little freind, his name is DEATH"

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venom1539

8 years ago

"Warning: sudden death may occur"

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venom1539

8 years ago

"Quit your jiber-jabber, it's my turn" (with a giant picture o mr. T on the side of the cannon)

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venom1539

8 years ago

Death is always an option

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CyclonicNinja

8 years ago

"Hi, I'm Spuddy" or " Warning: Potato induced death. Please accept your fate."

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Dr.crazy

8 years ago

on the forth of july uncle sam needs YOU!

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venom1539ElvenChild

Answer 8 years ago

of course, duct tape, the answer to everything

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Cobalt59

8 years ago

Resistance is futile........

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super moderator

8 years ago

In asterisks *words are not required*

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janw

8 years ago

"It goes with a BANG"

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afridave

8 years ago

MY DADDY WAS A 40MM BUT MY MOMMIES CALLED BIG BERTHA.,

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afridave

8 years ago

DO NOT STAND IN FRONT OF THE BARREL

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venom1539

8 years ago

"Sphere of Fear"

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venom1539

8 years ago

"Eat Dis"
or
"smile for the Camera"
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"Have Sum"
Or
"Eat it or Beat it"

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cyc4015

8 years ago

"Cry some more!" if you're in to team fortress 2, anyway.

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9w2xyz

8 years ago

Look into barrel. Smile. Wait for flash.....

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sjo232

8 years ago

One and Done

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Goalie1

8 years ago

I would just put "ba-bye"

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acidbass

9 years ago

the translation for hasta la vista means until the view and in Mexico they say it a lot

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Glad(to-meet-ya)ysacidbass

Answer 9 years ago

I'm imperessed that you knew about the h =]

But people don't say that a lot in Mexico, at least not where I'm from, anyways in my area a lot of people used "Que onda" for what's up "Hasta Luego" for see you later =] and a lot of other stuff =] hehe

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acidbassGlad(to-meet-ya)ys

Answer 9 years ago

 thanks but what i meant was that it isnt said often in mexico but yes que onda and hasta luego is said the most

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acidbassGlad(to-meet-ya)ys

Answer 9 years ago

 i see well my spanish teach sucked any way she kicked me out of the class because i corrected her

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Glad(to-meet-ya)ysacidbass

Answer 9 years ago

How funny, my English teacher in Mexico sucked more then me and I only went to school here in the U.S till 4th grade till I moved to Mexico =]

I used to teach the class when the english teacher didn't go =]

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Glad(to-meet-ya)ysacidbass

Answer 9 years ago

It's a figure of speech that means- how cool right friend?

I also like to say-

"A la verga"

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acidbassGlad(to-meet-ya)ys

Answer 9 years ago

 i see you really like to make me feel stupid dont you..................jk

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Glad(to-meet-ya)ysacidbass

Answer 9 years ago

DUH!!! jk...no..........I don't

a la verga means wtf, or suck a ****, or go to hell =] depends how your saying it =] man/father what?

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acidbassGlad(to-meet-ya)ys

Answer 9 years ago

 nice well........................................i say indeed,no prob, gday chap/chick, you have fun with that

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Glad(to-meet-ya)ysacidbass

Answer 9 years ago

I say: Ay no, omg, whatever, get a life, climb out of my a#s already, Amiguis, Bato, boo-boo (your favorite), and many others =]

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acidbassGlad(to-meet-ya)ys

Answer 9 years ago

 nothing i was so freaking tired we didnt get off the plane till like 11 and i didnt get home untill like 1:30