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31. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

I have never seen a penguin putting out its Armani suit to urinate in a railwaystation. You are talking crap Pardus

[ Edit: Edited on Feb 8, 2007, at 8:18 AM by Wﺭﺍﺪﻤﺎﮐﺭ ]

32. Posted by Pardus (Respected Member 2356 posts) 9y

Quoting Wﺭﺍﺪﻤﺎﮐﺭ

I have never seen a penguin putting out its Armani suit to urinate in a railwaystation. You are talking crap Pardus

Are you calling me a liar? I strike you down, Sir!!!!! I demand satisfaction!!!

On second thoughts, though... You might be right... Penguins don't ride on trains, they use Hamsters instead... So it would be unlikely for them to be seen in Railway stations...

33. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 9y

Quoting Pardus

You might be right... Penguins don't ride on trains...

Of course not - they take the bus! They like to fight for the backseat in order to sit in the cool spot.

34. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

Quoting Pardus

On second thoughts, though... You might be right... Penguins don't ride on trains, they use Hamsters instead... So it would be unlikely for them to be seen in Railway stations...

Try to think logical also after a long day at your desk, eh Pardus. I don't blame you but don't call me a lyer. To be clear. They don't ride hamsters. They always walk and they have problems with constipation. And in fact that is what it is. Sitting for them is a torture so riding on a hamster is a bad idea (they have found that out ages ago, keep yourself updated Pardus).

The Penguin world is fascinating, isn't it Pardus

35. Posted by Pardus (Respected Member 2356 posts) 9y

I've seen a penguin riding a hamster once... I was just on my way back from my electrocution lessons and humming a nice Urban Trance tune when suddenly - whoosh - this furry flash passed me by and nearly knocked the semi-atomic hrunga detector out of my hand, which I only purchased a few decades ago but nonetheless was very attached to - I am still trying to find out how to break the chain... But my uncle once had a barrell he called Erwin and he used to feed it porridge every St. Humungous day, which is called that because some oul' fella once played the trumpet in an undergound washbasin whereupon the fungi started to turn violent and attack the dustbins of Bombay when suddenly somebody shouted 'I am Eugene' with a voice like an overloaded applecart drawn by 5 leprechauns...
I therefore announce that Penguins are not known to be taking naps in bear traps after teatime.

36. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 9y

Wow!!! Now that was truly inspired!! Okay - I'm a believer!!

Isa cranks up the Victrola and puts on her Best of the Monkees vinyl...

37. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

Quoting Pardus

I've seen a penguin riding a hamster once... I was just on my way back from my electrocution lessons and humming a nice Urban Trance tune when suddenly - whoosh - this furry flash passed me by and nearly knocked the semi-atomic hrunga detector out of my hand, which I only purchased a few decades ago but nonetheless was very attached to - I am still trying to find out how to break the chain... But my uncle once had a barrell he called Erwin and he used to feed it porridge every St. Humungous day, which is called that because some oul' fella once played the trumpet in an undergound washbasin whereupon the fungi started to turn violent and attack the dustbins of Bombay when suddenly somebody shouted 'I am Eugene' with a voice like an overloaded applecart drawn by 5 leprechauns...
I therefore announce that Penguins are not known to be taking naps in bear traps after teatime.

I actually saw a Penguin on a bicycle without the saddle. Yes a bicycle without a saddle. Can you imagine having constipation (which penguins always have) and cycling on a bicycle without saddle? But anyways, to continue this penguin story, that penguin was apparantly in a hurry and carried a suitcase. I saw it after I had my first atomic bomb throwing lessons. I remember myself saying to a chap named Erwin, OMG that penguin is extremely well dressed

[ Edit: Edited on Feb 8, 2007, at 11:04 AM by Wﺭﺍﺪﻤﺎﮐﺭ ]

38. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 9y

W® is officially the worst photo-linker ever on TP. ;)

39. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

Quoting tway

W® is officially the worst photo-linker ever on TP. ;)

Tways boyfriend...um for the record, its real plastic

40. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 9y

Quoting Wﺭﺍﺪﻤﺎﮐﺭ

Quoting tway

W® is officially the worst photo-linker ever on TP. ;)

Tways boyfriend...um for the record, its real plastic

Ah - but he's a MAN'S man. Look at that torso! At least, what, 2 inches around!