Say What?

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Friar Tuck was driving a truck when he ran over a duck and ran out of luck; he ran off the road and got stuck in the muck; he looked in his wallet and only had a buck so he had to walk home and leave his truck.

Does any of that make sense?
 

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Yes, but im not sure what it has to do with anything.

Friar Tuck, lonesome schmoe that he is, was driving his truck and accidentally hit a small quacking creature. His truck swerved out off the road and into the muddy shoulder. After finding a dollar in his wallet he decides to walk back home and recover his truck later once he gets some money.

Lots of 'uck' suffixes.
 
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They missed out F...no that's naughty!
 
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Originally posted by timejim
Friar Tuck was driving a truck when he ran over a duck and ran out of luck; he ran off the road and got stuck in the muck; he looked in his wallet and only had a buck so he had to walk home and leave his truck.

Does any of that make sense?
I wanted to add, his hockey puck was in the back of the truck when he got stuck in the muck.
 
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Originally posted by timejim
I wanted to add, his hockey puck was in the back of the truck when he got stuck in the muck.
Now that doesn't make sense compared to the rest of the story. Unless the hockey puck was symbolic for something crucial to his crash into the muddy off-roads.
 

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