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    Put the pieces together Quack-Wabbit's Avatar
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    If you think your partner is an embarrassment, or if you "hate their face", you shouldn't embark with them upon a trip around the world.

    If you don't know where to go next, run into a random casino and start playing roulette. Chances are, it's the right thing to do.

    In a tight running situation, a simple nudge of the elbow could result in a serious fall and possible cartilage damage.

    A proper Spanish accent consists of 25% Italian, 25% Transylvanian, 25% French, and 25% English words.

    The higher powers hold a vested interest in reality TV. This isn't a new lesson, however. JoAnna taught us this in the Amazon.

    A good way to alienate other teams is to scream for boat drivers to take off without them when they're five feet away and there are seven other teams behind you.

    Proper treatment for an injured knee includes strenuous running, ziplining into swimming pools, and wading through hip deep foam.

    Apparently, the two Perons are buried at separate cemeteries. Betcha never thought you'd need to know that.
    GREAT MOMENTS IN SURVIVOR HISTORY...

    "Richard catching fish hasn't come into foreplay yet..."
    -- Susan Hawk

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    Air Traffic Controllers although unable to win TAR sure make for good conversation on message boards.
    Never Play Leap Frog With A Unicorn

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    I learned that when the twins say something nice about a team, it can't possibly last too long.

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    Rule #1 when you lose ground or find yourself in last place it is never your fault. Find another team to blame...even if they are no longer in the race.

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    The most difficult challenge any team will encounter involves actually READING the clue. (As opposed to loose interpretation of the so-called clue, i.e. "across the street from the blue and white hotel." Tough, really tough.)
    Shaken, not stirred.

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    - Most countries DO except American Dollar ( D'OH)

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    I learned that Charla would be great at pictionary! First the ferry and now the plane!

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    Pictionary is drawing. I think you mean "Charades".

    Tonight, I learned that hollering "bitch" at an opposing team in a stuck car doesn't often hold positive repercussions should that team need to help you later.
    GREAT MOMENTS IN SURVIVOR HISTORY...

    "Richard catching fish hasn't come into foreplay yet..."
    -- Susan Hawk

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    That there are actually occasions where chocolate looks unappetizing.

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    Don't swim across a shallow stream.

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