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I thought if everyone else is getting in on it, why not Nucks? Just like the other three, fire away with any questions you may have and I'll answer as best as I can.
I started an ask me a question game this one time.Little Jimmy wrote:What's the silliest thing you've ever done?
Yes, Ireland is my #1 to visit. At present I'd say the UK would be #2. #3 would be Iceland.TheLyontamer wrote:Is Ireland the European country that you'd most like to visit? If so, what is your number two?
Not that I'm aware of.GooberBM wrote:Did you get that thing I sent ya?
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Sovereign state, but it's more or less a country.AndyF1069 wrote:Did you know The UK isn't a country? #petpeeve
Somewhere else?GooberBM wrote:Where should you look for that thing I sent ya, if it's not here?
Well, I highly doubt Jon could beat Aragorn. Especially if he has the reforged Narsil as his weapon, as that, being of Elven make could likely rival Valyrian steel. Arwen on the other hand, she's an elf, so if it's bow for bow there's good odds she could beat Ygritte, despite Ygritte's proficiency with a bow. She's not seen as much of a fighter so if Ygritte can get in close she could probably take her. However, that still doesn't remedy a dead Jon. So, I'd have to give the whole fight to the Aragorn/Arwen team.eobversion1 wrote:Who would win in an intergender tag team match? Jon Snow and Ygritte or Aragorn and Arwen?
I'd tell you to go back to Dublin. At which point you'd tell me you're not from Dublin. Then I'd say "And I never lived in Toronto, I lived in Windsor."TheLyontamer wrote:What would your response be if someone yelled at you to go back to Toronto?
Two days. I felt almost drunk by that point, wouldn't trust myself to drive at that level of sleep deprivation.Little Jimmy wrote:What's the longest you've ever gone without sleep?
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