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LJ Feud #4 Blooper Reel [Aug. 27th, 2005|10:20 am]
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Somebody said it, we mock it!

Here's the random answers that didn't quite make the top of the lists in this week's LJ Feud:


Name something you HAVE to have with you for a weekend trip

Tent--No one said you were going camping. But way to be prepared like a good boy scout.
Paper--Where ya going, on a tribal retreat in the Congo? I'm sure there'll be paper wherever you go.
Sega Dreamcast with two pads and SF games--Dude. Sega??? Step into 2001 my friend.

Name an item primarily sold in the summer

Water ice--Not just ice, mind you, ice made from WATER. And yeah, I only use ice in the summer. Good job..
Funnel cake--mmmm funnel cake. I can assure you that I have purchased this fried sugary goodness year round at fairs, festivals and random roadside trucks. mmmmm funnel cake.
Swinsuits--cause typos are funny.

Name something you'd try to lock away from children

Parents with sticks--Hahaha! Wait--oh. Um..??? Let's assume it's parents with Pixie Stix trying to maniacally sugar up the kids. Yeah. Back to the hahahaha.
Poisen--Cause typos are still funny.

Name a European country

Oh man oh man, did typicalljuser blow it out his/her ass this time. The following "countries" were given as answers:

Paris
Prague
London
Europe
Berlin
And the popular tourist country of, "Huh"

Grab an atlas or an encyclopedia ya fuckwits, those are cities. Save for "Huh" and Europe. Person who said, "Huh", meet my friend google. Look up phonics, continents, and fourth grade education. Person who said, "Europe", please do not procreate.


Name an item you'd find in a car's glove compartment


In my car? Axe - oooookay...nice to meet you Mr. Voorhees.
Melted chocolate - brilliant answer. really.
Tampons - not a bad answer, but isn't the word tampon just always kinda funny?

That's all f-f-f-folks! Tune in next week for the feud and the funny!
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[User Picture]From: femmeboy
2005-08-27 03:23 pm (UTC)

Not that I call them that, mind you.

Um, I hate to rain on your snarky parade, but I believe a water ice is like an italian ice, also called just an ice, also probably called dozens of other things, but that's what we asy 'round here. Roughly, ice cream without the cream. See Rita's Water Ices, though their website doesn't seem all that functional.

And mmmmmmmmm, melted chocolate.
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[User Picture]From: kejlina
2005-08-27 03:24 pm (UTC)

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Rita's Water Ice is so awesome.
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[User Picture]From: kejlina
2005-08-27 03:56 pm (UTC)
To be honest, I thought it was dumb too when I first heard of it. I was vacationing in New Jersey and my friends who live there were like "OH! We have to take you to Rita's! Have you had water ice before?!"

I just blinked and was like "Yeah...I'm from Canada...we have all sorts of ice back at home..."
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[User Picture]From: ___knives
2005-08-27 06:55 pm (UTC)

Re: Not that I call them that, mind you.

its a polish thing, water ice. i was always perplexed by the name of it though. its just weird.
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[User Picture]From: jared259
2005-08-27 03:30 pm (UTC)
I love reading the LJ Feud blooper lists ...

Maybe it's a regional thing, but what is referred to as "water ice" in my area (Philadelphia, PA) is called "Italian ice" in other parts of the country. It's a frozen treat made with ice and fruit, and is very similar to a snow cone.
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