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Re: The B'ar
« Reply #30 on: December 18, 2011, 03:54:47 AM »
Biker is right, but I wouldn't be shocked if the Cohens had requested that Sam Elliot pushed the line with the intention of the double meaning.
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Re: The B'ar
« Reply #31 on: December 18, 2011, 04:08:36 AM »
okay. as biker proved, he is indeed saying bear. but so no Europeans are confused, this is not a western accent.

it's an archaic dead frontier language.

There is no modern living accent that says it like that.

i have to leave this thread permanantly before i blow a gasket.

Certain strains of Biker's do. As a style more than anything. Like if they were to say "sometimes you eat the bar and sometimes the bar......"
But then biker culture in part either intentionally or unintentionally keeps the mountain man ethos alive.
Go to Sturgis bike week and look for an old grizzled fellow who appears to have stepped straight out of the 19th century and you'll likely hear similar.

Oh and actually I have shot, killed, skinned and eaten bear.
It isn't horrible. Sort of like pork.
Depending on where the Bear has lived and eaten it can be a bit gamey.
It's not uncommon to kill bears around dumps and they can be challenging. But a good wilderness free range bear isn't bad at all. I will never shoot another because of the nightmare of getting the damn thing out of the woods. The season is early here. September is the early season. It can be hot. I just remember myself and 3 others spending the entire day. I mean from just after sunup till just before sundown struggling to lug a freshly killed and gutted 400 pound bear carcass out of a swamp. I will never forget that smell. Makes me cringe just thinking about it.
The other thing with bear hunting is they don't die all that quick. And they live in dense areas during daylight. That means that you will at least for a short time be in very close proximity to a mortally wounded extremely pissed animal that can do major damage to you. The saying is that bear hunting is "long periods of boredom punctuated by short periods of sheer terror."
Very true indeed.

That' downright mid evil BD... I ate bear once on an Indian reservation in Quebec. Beaver too.  (Really... no joking). It was yummy. Same meal they had moose, bannock, rabbit... none of it gamey. Veggies up the wazoo.

I'm gettin' the munchies!


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Re: The B'ar
« Reply #32 on: January 21, 2012, 03:24:46 PM »
Biker is right, but I wouldn't be shocked if the Cohens had requested that Sam Elliot pushed the line with the intention of the double meaning.

If they meant it to have double meaning then you could have fooled me.
For me, I've hear that saying since I was a kid with exactly that inflection and all.
It's a common saying.

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Re: The B'ar
« Reply #33 on: February 15, 2012, 11:59:36 PM »
I've eaten many bars.
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Re: The B'ar
« Reply #34 on: February 16, 2012, 12:15:56 AM »
A black bear walks into a bar in Banff. The black bear sees a bar fly on a stool in a blue dress at the end of the bar. The bear walks over to her, picks her up, and shoves her down his throat in one gulp, then walks back to his end of the bar.

He asks for a beer.

"What?" the barman exclaims..."A black bear in Banff has the nerve to eat a barfly in a blue dress? We don't mix alcohol and drugs in this town."

The bear inquires as to the barman's bold bombastic blubberrings...

"Well, wasn't that a bar bitch you ate?"


The above extricated from between the folds of a compromised cranium saturated with cold beer...


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