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sable's avatar

Should I be concerned that someone here sent me a comment that said, "Chuck Norris invented jellyfish."?

Asked by sable (73points) April 11th, 2008 from iPhone

Umm, what does this mean?

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eambos's avatar

Its just hairypalm’s way of welcoming you =p

Perchik's avatar

I would be concerned. Some users have strange obsessions with things. Don’t touch it and it might go away.

peedub's avatar

Only if you don’t truly believe that.

judochop's avatar

I heard he had something to do with that and now that I have read it on the Internet I know it must be true.
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El_Cadejo's avatar

id be concerned that people are still into the whole chuck norris thing.

johnny0313x's avatar

I don’t get anything about this post…..

El_Cadejo's avatar

@johnny0313x hairypalm has an unhealthy obsession with chuck norris. He answers many a questions with chuck norris “facts”. He evidently sent one to sable in a comment who is a new member and has no way of knowing this so sable was probably sitting at the computer pondering out loud WTF!?!?

johnny0313x's avatar

Ohhh okay I see….i think chuck norris is gross…..

sable's avatar

Those were my EXACT words!!!

johnny0313x's avatar

haha yeah….even when he was doing the work out stuff….it made me feel like getting fat…

peedub's avatar

@johnny0313x- did you do a Chuck Norris workout or something?

johnny0313x's avatar

No, and if I ever did, i’d hope to have a heart attack in the process so he got bad press ”=P

Robby's avatar

LMAO!! I would be more concerned about the name.

glial's avatar

Ya, the whole Chuck Norris thing played out in about 2004.

gailcalled's avatar

When does an old joke get so tired that it keels over and dies?

eambos's avatar

Dont want to sound like hairypalm, but you perfectly set this up: A joke keels over and dies when Chuck Norris kills it!

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