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POLL: Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?


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panzerCDR writes:

He had to conduct his stormtrooper move towards the enemy . . .


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VOTING RESULTS
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it was stapled to a Goth Chick
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The port-a-potty was over there and he had to drop a load of nuggets real bad.
3
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it was historically inevitable
11
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Because George Lucas rewrote it that way
8
6%
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It was the sort of road folks'd mosey across.
4
3%
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it wanted nothing to do with ReOrganised Army Divisions
0
0%
 
it didn't like working for chicken feed
1
1%
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it was henpecked
6
4%
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because it was moving to a better tactical position
21
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for the greater good
4
3%
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It earned victory points for each unit exiting that edge of the table
7
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it liked latex terrain
0
0%
 
It was on the same side of the road as Jar Jar Binks.
3
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The other side of the road is good. This side is evil.
4
3%
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A dame, it's always a dame
25
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it was ordered to
1
1%
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why must we speculate about the chicken?
12
8%
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it didn't fear the Road
5
4%
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It is retreating towards its own base edge and cover terrain.
6
4%
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He rolled snake eyes and got scared
1
1%
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Coz it was playing Tic Tac Toe
0
0%
 
It was required by the victory conditions.
11
8%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Personal logo flooglestreet Supporting Member of TMP muses:

Ever since Socrates took a Bleeped text near a poultry farm, philosophers have been asking this question. Can TMPers resolve it?

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this pre-poll discussion.