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    Thumbs up Redneck Word of the Day Obama


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    For tomorrow: BIDEN

    "I broke my udder good tooth BIDEN one o' dem green apples."
    Some profess that they "aim to please". On the contrary, it pleases me to aim.

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    How about Quail and Bush
    We go hunting and my ol dog chase Quail into the Bush BUSH


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