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    i'm a little coconut.
    sitting in a coco patch.
    somebody came and stepped on me.
    i am squished as you can see.
    i'm a nut.
    i'm a nut.
    i'm a nut. i'm a nut. i'm a nut nut nut.
    Beep Beep
    bpcookie posted:
    A beeper is a beeper is a beeper. If it beeps, its a beeper. Thought I would share that with everyone. lol
    bpcookie responded:
    I wonder if that means the Road Runner was a Bipolar. hhhhhmmmmm That would explain why the Coyote couldnt catch him.
    skypper replied to bpcookie's response:
    beep beep ------------------------------------------------------------>ZOOM!!!
    KatieS83 responded:
    stupid question but i have to ask. Where did the term beeper originate and how does it apply to BP? <scratches head>
    fuzzer29 responded:
    OMG, that is soooo friggin funny! *fuzzer says beep beep*
    bpcookie replied to KatieS83's response:
    uuummmmm not quite sure. I always thought it was because BP is short for Bipolar and BPer sounds like Beeper. *shrug* Not even sure if that makes any sense. lol
    skypper replied to KatieS83's response:
    think someone, one of us just made it up one day...we like to make our own words here, LOL
    bpcookie replied to skypper's response:
    actually, they sell T-shirts with that word on it. I would be proud to own one. Im not ashamed of being a bipolar aka Beeper

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