Penguin Slapping: Blimey, Bullying Penguins!

  • Thread starter Adrian Baker
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In summary, the penguin slapping video is an abomination and shows how penguins are discriminated against in this nation. We will have our day!
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Adrian Baker
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Penguin slapping...

Have you seen this??

http://img4.exs.cx/img4/4931/PenguinSlap.gif

Blimey, bullying penguins. Whatever next!
 
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  • #2
What an unbelievable sucker-punch. Automatic disqualification.
 
  • #3
I thought that was real at first
 
  • #4
yomamma said:
I thought that was real at first

You mean it isn't??
:cry:
 
  • #5
no, look at the penguin that's slapping. It looks fake
 
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This is an abomination and shows how penguins are discriminated against in this nation! We will have our day!
 
  • #7
Isn't there a difference between penguins and penguinos?
 
  • #8
I got a great laugh out of that. Thanks AB.
 
  • #9
aww the poor fellow falls face first!
 
  • #10
Hypatia, he went straight into the water hole. propably he wanted to do that anyway.
 
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IT WAS FAKE! oh, not the falling part
 
  • #12
lol, that gave me a good laugh :D
 
  • #13
I've seen that before--hilarious! Later, they caught that penguin on video again -- it seems to be psychotic!

http://media.ebaumsworld.com/index.php?e=technopenguin.wmv

Watch out for the volume (and beware of the trance music) :-p
 
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Speaking of ebaumsworld...

http://www.ebaumsworld.com/presaddress2.shtml

:zzz:
 
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I've had that on my computer at work for about a year now. I've had a laugh a day ever since. :biggrin:
 
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Oops!11 (again! :biggrin:) That's my post above. Ivan forgot to log off of my computer again and I didn't notice it. :rolleyes:

edit: OK, well... it's the last post on page one... :rolleyes:
 
  • #17
good job

:wink:
 
  • #18
:smile: :smile: Thanks, Adrian. That's hilarious.

SOS, thanks for the effort, but it plays as audio only.

Bladibla, yours is worse. No plug-in to watch it, and I can't load the one I need. :frown:
 
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I find this thread very offensive.
 
  • #20
dduardo said:
I find this thread very offensive.

why? were you slapped as a child?
 
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dduardo said:
I find this thread very offensive.
:smile: :smile: :smile:
 
  • #22
dduardo said:
I find this thread very offensive.
Which one is you?
 
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dduardo said:
I find this thread very offensive.

:smile: :smile:
 
  • #24
Perhaps the 'fake' penguin is a Microsoft one trying to sink Linux?
 
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Adrian Baker said:
Perhaps the 'fake' penguin is a Microsoft one trying to sink Linux?

Yeah, I think the penguin doing the slapping is really Balmer in a costume.
 

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What is the purpose of "Penguin Slapping: Blimey, Bullying Penguins!"?

The purpose of "Penguin Slapping: Blimey, Bullying Penguins!" is to study the behavior of penguins and how they interact with each other in a bullying situation.

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The findings of "Penguin Slapping: Blimey, Bullying Penguins!" have shown that penguins engage in bullying behavior towards each other, often using physical slapping as a means of dominance and asserting their status within the group.

How does "Penguin Slapping: Blimey, Bullying Penguins!" contribute to the overall understanding of penguin behavior?

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