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  • Based on the old toy weebles, this seats will rock, but never fall down.

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  • In the last few years he's started to look like one of those weebles that babies play with, those things that never fall over no matter how hard you push them over.

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  • She weebles, and she wobbles, but she won't fall down. get with the program

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  • We had Barbie and GI Joe and two spare weebles from the weeble set under our bed and one Mr Potato Head with a moustache but one eye missing.

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  • Now, it seems that the world is supposed to drop everything because these weakened weebles weren't careful enough to properly count the number of red or white blood cells that could cohabit peacefully without killing each other off.

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  • "That's a significant loss because Chris weebles, but he doesn't wobble," Shreve said.

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  • Just ask a SEAL team guy who's had to train some of these weebles.

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  • Of course, by now, the edges have been sanded off everything, anything pointy has been been made round and bouncy at the advice of hundreds of thousands of people with phD and M.D. affixed to their surnames, advice followed by large amounts of people who seem to be raising a country of unimaginative blob children who mumble and bump into each other like autistic weebles.

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  • "For knocking over milk jugs games, most players mistakently aim for the intersection of the 3 jugs, which means striking the bottom 2 at the top of the jug. problem is, the jugs have a couple pounds of lead in the bottom, making them behave like weebles. if you can hit the base of the bottom 2 jugs you have a much better chance of success."

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  • Pressure to perform has created a new breed of skull-capped humungousaur, a gym-honed colossus more akin to the helmeted and shoulder-padded American footballer than the prancing whippets and lumbering weebles of the pre-modern game.

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  • Weebles is a trademark for several lines of children's toys originating in Hasbro's Playskool division on July 23, 1971. Shaped like eggs with a weight at the fat, or bottom end, they wobble when pushed, but never fall completely over, hence the name. Some Weebles were designed to look like humans.

    The popular catchphrase, "Weebles wobble but they don't fall down", was used in advertising during their rise in popularity in the 1970s and during the relaunch in the 2000s.

    _Wikipedia

    February 12, 2008