1. In Christ
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    The answer is two rhyming words of two syllables each. The hint is "happy chicken".
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    Lucky Ducky?
  3. In Christ
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    But a duck is not a chicken.
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    20 Oct '10 07:212 edits
    Originally posted by Jirakon
    But a duck is not a chicken.
    Dapper Flapper?
    Rooster Booster?
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    hippie chicky...
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    perky turkey?
  7. Standard memberPalynka
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    Giddy biddy?
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    pleasant pheasant
  9. In Christ
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    20 Oct '10 17:161 edit
    I'll see if my friend thinks those are right. Thanks for the help 😀

    EDIT: But I think "giddy biddy" makes the most sense.

    Meanwhile, anyone know of a solution for the hint "two kinds of sandwiches combined to make a big ethnic one"? It's still two rhyming two-syllable words.
  10. In Christ
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    It was a hero gyro.
    Wow, how abstract can one get?
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    20 Oct '10 21:33
    Originally posted by Jirakon
    I'll see if my friend thinks those are right. Thanks for the help 😀

    EDIT: But I think "giddy biddy" makes the most sense.

    Meanwhile, anyone know of a solution for the hint "two kinds of sandwiches combined to make a big ethnic one"? It's still two rhyming two-syllable words.
    are u kidding me?
  12. In Christ
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    No, just using you 😛
    But I do appreciate it.
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    21 Oct '10 09:072 edits
    In English a gyro is a doner kebab (with two little dots over the o)

    Do hero and gyro rhyme in American? In English hero rhymes with zero, and gyro rhymes with biro.
  14. In Christ
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    21 Oct '10 17:58
    I don't why there'd be a difference in England, but according to Merriam Webster it's pronounced "YEE-row", or "ZHEE-row", and it's definitely an ethnic sandwich:

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gyro
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    Originally posted by iamatiger
    In English a gyro is a doner kebab (with two little dots over the o)

    Do hero and gyro rhyme in American? In English hero rhymes with zero, and gyro rhymes with biro.
    Gyro (the food) = yeero

    What's a biro? 😕

    Gyro (the spinning thing) = jiro, rhymes with Cairo
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