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Git' 'er dun'!


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lol, my favorite comedy routine is, "Git' 'er dun'". it's funny and it kinda' sounds like, well.. 'erm.. i dont think im aloud to say.. but.. yeah..

does anyone else like this comedy routine and heard it before? :whistling:

Edited by Powerslave, 07 June 2006 - 10:41 AM.

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uh...it's actually git er dun....it's not slang...it's a comedy routine by larry the cable guy....which..honeslty has been played out...VERY annoying (though i do live in tennessee so...i hear it more than most)...
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oh lol... thanx for telling me.. ill correct the topic. lol

CORRECTED

Edited by Powerslave, 07 June 2006 - 10:41 AM.

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I dont get it all JRM i think used that joke for a while and i didnt get it then either.
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it's cuz you're not from the southern united states....there's a particular...drawl...or pronounciation of everything here....(generally...incorrect pronounciation)....TECHNICALLY the statement in actual english would be "get her done" but it's pronounced and spelled (in the proper kountry way) as "git er dun" meaning "get it done" or "let's go ahead and do that shall we?" the only reason why it's popular in the united states (mainly the south) is that there is a comedian named larry the cable guy...who is the quintesential hick and says it after about every joke he tells...he's a funny guy...i love the comedy as i can relate to alot of it (living in eastern tennessee)...but the phrase is played out...
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AAAAAAH I see know thats mildly comical.

Edited by warriorscot, 07 June 2006 - 12:51 PM.

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http://www.larrythecableguy.com/

Larry the Cable Guy picked up where Jeff Foxworthy left off...but went lower. If you are familiar with American idiom, and not offended by "gosh dang it" it can be hysterically funny, especially after a beer or two.

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If you ever get the chance to see Blue Collar Comedy Tour, take a peek. It features four real comedians on the road, whom one is Larry the cable guy. I found it absolutely hysterical. :whistling:
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I can quote that ENTIRE movie, and I'm not kidding. Doesn't matter that I live up near Chicago. I should have been born a Southern 'gal, and am dang proud to be a Redneck.

My favorite is Ron White, hands down. The tire falling off the van after Sears changed it, Tater Salad...all hysterical. :whistling:
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Isn't Ron White the guy who says, "You can't fix stupid"?

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Isn't Ron White the guy who says, "You can't fix stupid"?

I believe so. :whistling:
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I think LarryTheCable guy is pretty cool, but ive heard the comedy routine of "'git 'er 'dun" from someone at skool who likes to say it.

i find it funny. =D
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I find some of the blue collar comedy humoros but i'm partial to Dave Chappelle and Dane Cook.
I really liked Larry's voice over work in Pixar's Cars movie.
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So Larry the Cable Guy is on a Comedy Show? What is the Show called?

Edited by Powerslave, 04 July 2006 - 11:45 AM.

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Larry the Cable Guy is part of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour along with Jeff Foxworthy and Ron White,

BTW Ron white is funniest hands down, You can't fix stupid I love it and tater salad a classic,

Oh BTW Jo it's even better after 6 beers :whistling:
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