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Take the Quiz! Which Peng Challenge Thread Character Are You?

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Do you like rules?

0 Without rules, I would not be as beloved as I am

0 Anarchy Rulez!

Do you like to tell long pointless stories and have jolly singsongs?

0 Funny you should say that, because I remember a time...

0 ...back when I was just a little Gnome...

Do you like to curse people with unlimited Mondays?

0 Die now!

0 Die now!

Are you large and gray and hang out in a paddock?

0 Yer pointy rubber gnome is known to frequent paddocks

0 Is that like a double wide in Oregon?

How do you like Australians?

0 AUSSIE, AUSSIE AUSSIE, OI! OI!! OI!!!

0 Thinly sliced

See Below for your score!

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If you bothered to answer any of these or if you even bothered to READ any of these, you're a Scum Sucking Newbie who probably spend most of his time playing Silly Bugger and not even a proper Peng Challenge Thread character, so Sod Off!

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Simply AWFUL!!!!
Oh I don't know, I rather liked it ... no RULES mind you for which he's going to lose 15.875 points from his Facebook score but apropos of all the silly Facebook quizzes out there.

But still ... no RULES ... there are certain standards to be maintained after all.

Joe

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Are you large and gray and hang out in a paddock?

0 Yer pointy rubber gnome is known to frequent paddocks

0 Is that like a double wide in Oregon?

See Below for your score!

[using a very thick special crayon for tests....]

Well, Mr Gnome, this is a very difficult one. What should we choose?

Er

Er

Ummm...doesn't mention anything thing yer ability to bounce or that very useful feature for a quick wipe down when things get sticky

Er... bother, bother, bother, choices, choices, choices

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I kind of liked the "Thinly sliced" part, although my preference would be to run them through a trash compactor which would achieve the same effect much quicker. Plus, the trash compactor would just seem so apropos.

Michael

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Well, Mr Gnome, we've done all 186 questions and I am ever so terribly excited to find out what Peng Character we're going to be!

All we need to do is add up the scores, consult the matrix and Myers-Briggs personality traits and its ever so exciting and I can hardly keep me rear legs from moving.

And, Mr G, our score is.. 2! That's a good start. And 2 is...er... lets see... er... oh, that won't do at all. Justicar?! Something's got a bit awry here... lets see

Ahhhh, Mr G, I think I've spotted it, silly me! Q 125... got the wrong tick in the box there... just a wee adjustment

Are you currently part of the evil banking cartel that has brought the world's economy and banking industry to its knees, take on more tham one wife, secretly admire all Goober nations especially any stray Australians which are welcomed into bossom of your home, sneaze PShaw! like a S. American piglet with a case of the sniffles and get a bit ripe under the armpits when having a good work-out at the back of the Paddock?

Silly me, Mr G - we shouldn've have ticked No!

So.. the score is now 237. Why, this is a much better score, Mr G. Lets have a look..

Dum-de-dum... aha... yes... aha...

Eh?

Justicar?!

Well, that won't sodding do! NO WAY! Sodding eat the Boo Peng Character test because I always say a quick trip through the internal digestive system puts a different complexion on everything...

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...{snipped} ...

Justicar?!

Well, that won't sodding do! NO WAY! ... {snipped}...

Damn RIGHT no way ... you can't trust quizzes lad, especially since you're a Goobernational and probably can't even speak the language.

Joe

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Da.. {snipped}...

Utah

Ain't too far

Justicar

There may be trouble ahead,

But while there's moonlight and music and love and Boo,

Let's face the music and dance.

Before the Gnomies have fled,

Before they ask us to pay the bill,

And while we still have the chance,

Let's face the music and dance.

Soon, we'll be without the moon,

Humming a different toon,

And then, there may be big sprouts to shed.

So while theres moonlight and music and love and Boo,

Let's face the music and dance.

Let's face the music and dance,

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[moon dancing across the Paddock before executing an impeccable breakdance dust-bathing, mite-removal back spin with a flurry of hooves next to the well-used prickly bush...]

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By the shores of Gitche Gumee,

By the shining Big-Sea-Water,

Stood the wigwam of Nokomis,

Daughter of the Moon, Nokomis.

Dark behind it rose the forest,

Rose the black and gloomy pine-trees,

Rose the firs with cones upon them;

Bright before it beat the water,

Beat the clear and sunny water,

Beat the shining Big-Sea-Water.

There the wrinkled old Nokomis

Nursed the little Hiawatha,

Rocked him in his linden cradle,

Bedded soft in moss and rushes,

Safely bound with reindeer sinews;

Stilled his fretful wail by saying,

"Hush! the Naked Bear will hear thee!"

Lulled him into slumber, singing,

"Ewa-yea! my little owlet! ........

...........

Then Iagoo, the great boaster,

He the marvellous story-teller,

He the traveller and the talker,

He the friend of old Nokomis,

Made a bow for Hiawatha;

From a branch of ash he made it,

From an oak-bough made the arrows,

Tipped with flint, and winged with feathers,

And the cord he made of deer-skin.

Then he said to Hiawatha:

"Go, my son, into the forest,

Where the red deer herd together,

Kill for us a famous roebuck,

Kill for us a deer with antlers!"

Dedicated to the wrinkled olde Seanachai and his little kyak.

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By the shores of Gitche Gumee,

By the shining Big-Sea-Water,

Stood the wigwam of Nokomis,

Daughter of the Moon, Nokomis.

Dark behind it rose the forest,

Rose the black and gloomy pine-trees,

Rose the firs with cones upon them;

Bright before it beat the water,

Beat the clear and sunny water,

Beat the shining Big-Sea-Water.

There the wrinkled old Nokomis

Nursed the little Hiawatha,

Rocked him in his linden cradle,

Bedded soft in moss and rushes,

Safely bound with reindeer sinews;

Stilled his fretful wail by saying,

"Hush! the Naked Bear will hear thee!"

Lulled him into slumber, singing,

"Ewa-yea! my little owlet! ........

...........

Then Iagoo, the great boaster,

He the marvellous story-teller,

He the traveller and the talker,

He the friend of old Nokomis,

Made a bow for Hiawatha;

From a branch of ash he made it,

From an oak-bough made the arrows,

Tipped with flint, and winged with feathers,

And the cord he made of deer-skin.

Then he said to Hiawatha:

"Go, my son, into the forest,

Where the red deer herd together,

Kill for us a famous roebuck,

Kill for us a deer with antlers!"

Dedicated to the wrinkled olde Seanachai and his little kyak.

Unless Facebook is lying, it's your birthday. And as a present you can send me my CMSF turn I've been waiting weeks for!

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[... and after coming to a rest in a little dust cloud and several spooked chickens look on with beaks agog, something grey and heavy is on its back with knees limp at a 90 degree angle and an eye fixed to the heavens to spot any mind control satellites that might spiral across the sky and with the quick shuffle of the buttocks into the still, soft paddock ground to get a better grip a tail shoots out to grip the rubber gnome tightly round its fat little belly to drag it ever nearer to the relaxing mound of prime donkey]

Not that there is anything wrong with Munchkins...

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