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Old 06-24-2011, 08:09 AM   #21
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Actually, I noticed the "My little secret" post went missing right as I tried to read it.

As for this thread, you guys are all just too funny. I always figured ermm was like a cross between umm and errr. Kind of a questioning with maybe a mild bit of antagonism or snark.
Thanks, I didn't even notice that thread was gone. I remember the OP asked for it to be removed. That's a little different than having it "pulled".
There was a similar thread not too long ago, but I don't remember what it was called. Something along the same lines of guilty pleasures or such.
I'm sure if we wait a few month another will be started
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Old 06-24-2011, 09:07 AM   #22
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So Canadian beagles go Behehhh, behehhhh, eh? Yep, that sounds like something a Canadian beagle would say. What's a Newfie sound like? (pun intended )

On the Southern side of the river (SSM Michigan vs. SSM Ontario) our beagles go Arooooo, arooooooo, or owooooo, owoooooo, depending on their mood, and with the ooooo making the long U vowel sound. If their on the chase, it sounds like more like arrrru, arrrrru, letting the rabbits know exactly where they are and that they are on the hunt!

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Old 06-24-2011, 09:18 AM   #23
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I am half Canadian and proud of it, eh. ".
Which half?
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Old 06-24-2011, 09:41 AM   #24
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Which half?
I was going to ask that too, Rock, but the American in me held back
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Old 06-24-2011, 11:15 AM   #25
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Being half Canadian ain't all bad! I'm actually 1/4 American!

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ERMM???
You guys can talk about anything, can't you??? What a great group of people!
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Old 06-24-2011, 01:46 PM   #27
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I was going to ask that too, Rock, but the American in me held back
Well, you are 25% right, then.
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So Canadian beagles go Behehhh, behehhhh, eh? Yep, that sounds like something a Canadian beagle would say. What's a Newfie sound like? (pun intended )

On the Southern side of the river (SSM Michigan vs. SSM Ontario) our beagles go Arooooo, arooooooo, or owooooo, owoooooo, depending on their mood, and with the ooooo making the long U vowel sound. If their on the chase, it sounds like more like arrrru, arrrrru, letting the rabbits know exactly where they are and that they are on the hunt!

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Beagle is actually 100% American (we think). She just has an accent.
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ERMM???
You guys can talk about anything, can't you??? What a great group of people!
Hahahaha!
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Beagle is actually 100% American (we think). She just has an accent.
That made me chuckle. And it's not easy to make me chuckle. Thanks.

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