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Alright, I can't take this anymore.

No more referring to yokes as "yolks"

One is where a u joint goes. The other is the center of an egg. :rolleyes:
 

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egg yokes are yummy, I think I'll scramble some for breakfast tommorow morning :flipoff2:


maybe I should start a new post ranting about people that start posts to rant ;)
 

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I think this belongs here because people constantly spell it that way here.

If you think this is a stupid thread (it probably is) then don't post.
This is something that has been bothering me for a long time and I decided something needed to be said.

So :flipoff2:
 

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What's wrong, Chief-Spells-A-Lot the only one that can answer your question :flipoff2:
 

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:laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

ya i busted a ujoint:smokin: an it busted the yolk cuz i got me a pumped moter an i got to much antisquot an the axel hoped reel bad but my bruther n law sez he kin ficks it:flipoff2: :beer:
 

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Canadian spelling.:rolleyes:

How come you guys can spell words like "centre"? It is still English, right?
 

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This thread is a yoke. Or is it a yolk? Oh, hell, it's funny anyway.
 

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mudtruck44 said:
Canadian spelling.:rolleyes:

How come you guys can spell words like "centre"? It is still English, right?
Hey ... centre and tyre are probably the
'correct' spelling. We Yanks got it wrong.
 

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ROCKSFORBRAINS said:
:laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

ya i busted a ujoint:smokin: an it busted the yolk cuz i got me a pumped moter an i got to much antisquot an the axel hoped reel bad but my bruther n law sez he kin ficks it:flipoff2: :beer:
hookt on fonicks werkt fore me :massey:
 

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whitetoy said:

Hey ... centre and tyre are probably the
'correct' spelling. We Yanks got it wrong.
What colour is the centre of your tyre?
 

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mudtruck44 said:
Canadian spelling.:rolleyes:

How come you guys can spell words like "centre"? It is still English, right?
Frenglish:flipoff2:
 

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Eye doughnut no wall ewe err squawking a boot. Mine spieling it flaw less. :flipoff2:

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