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    Ill knock you so full of holes a sink could hold more water!

    Ill knock you so full of holes a siv could hold more water!




    which one is it? VOTE!
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  • #2
    it's neither- it is in fact:

    "I'll knock you so full of holes a sieve could hold more water"
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    • #3
      Let's ask the voice-actor. He sure should know the answear.

      Me? I'm not good at catching those little things, so I'm not sure.

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      • #4
        well it is sieve- meaning something so full of holes will hold more water than ur arrow ventilated body

        if it was sink, well most sinks hold quite alot anyway :roll:
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        • #5
          ....a sink has usually 1 hole,( a human 7), and a sieve, hundreds, if not, thousands.... so it cannot hold its water. :lol: :grin: a sieve is often used to drain food items such as spaghetti....
          ...and all is silent, save the voice of the clock...

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          • #6
            sink? it makes no sense if it is sink...

            of course it is sieve!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by SiLeNt_NiGhT
              a sieve is often used to drain food items such as spaghetti....
              Ah, the explenation I was looking for. Truly, that voice says sieve.

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              • #8
                Yeah. SIEVE. ("Siv" - )
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                • #9
                  "Sink"? Not only does it not sound like that, but it wouldn't make any sense if he said that.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Thief13x
                    Ill knock you so full of holes a sink could hold more water!

                    Ill knock you so full of holes a siv could hold more water!

                    which one is it? VOTE!

                    Ahhh, who cares??

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                    • #11
                      BAH! why why why!, i know for a fact that it H A S to be sink, because while it only has 1 hole, and unplugged sink cannot hold anywater. Sorry about the seive mispelling, i posted this at 4 am when i got up, and i hadn't had my coffee yet


                      I duno, to me it sounds a hell of a lot more like sink than seive when he says it anyway!
                      "It is truly a shame that the guards must be kept from the very tools of thier proffesion, but such blatant misuse of gas arrows cannot be tolerated. Alas, that poor burrick..."

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Thief13x
                        I duno, to me it sounds a hell of a lot more like sink than seive when he says it anyway!
                        I agree, it sounds more like "sink" to me. But "sieve" makes more sense.

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                        • #13
                          [Sarcasm]
                          nah I just realised we're all wrong it's

                          "I'll knock you so full of holes a collinder could hold more water"

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                          • #14
                            I understood it as "I'll knock you so full of holes a silk could hold more water", which would make some sense, and explain the "k" sound...
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by BiG_D
                              I understood it as "I'll knock you so full of holes a silk could hold more water", which would make some sense, and explain the "k" sound...
                              Sief sounds kinda like sink, the K sound is from could.

                              It is sief, allthough I don't know if that's the correct spelling. We have a similar saying here in the Netherlands, Zo lek als een zeef.

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