Balls Conversing.. Yeah.. I don't exactly how else to describe it.. They are balls conversing... HEY MAN, MY FRIEND PINE- FANE BALL HERE WOULDN' T "SIGHH‘... HE Balls Conversing Yeah I don't exactly how else to describe it They are balls conversing HEY MAN MY FRIEND PINE- FANE BALL HERE WOULDN' T "SIGHH‘ HE
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - teefa
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#6 to #5 - teefa
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#7 to #6 - teefa
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#11 to #7 - grogovic
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#17 - shuttlecock
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Hi guise
#37 to #17 - missledick
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lol
#43 to #17 - stevestevestevetwo
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#68 to #17 - tickleshits
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dedication is everything
dedication is everything
#15 - seanessytheking
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So, I googled this and found out that "Shuttlecock" is it's official name.
All 22 years of my life people have lied to me and made me believe it was called a Birdie...
Damnit America...
User avatar #51 to #15 - esmebuffay
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I've heard both, it was a joke in gym, some of the guys would call it a shuttlecock because they thought it was funny. I don't know how many people just call it that, I think both names are official and neither is incorrect, most people I know call it a birdie though.
User avatar #75 to #15 - foxxywithpaws
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In the Netherlands and probably the rest of Europe it's bkim jongton
User avatar #36 to #15 - eddiethead
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I'm American and I've always called it the shuttlecock, maybe it's one of those 'depends-where-you-are" type words.
User avatar #47 to #36 - natanhiel
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It's shuttlecock everywhere. That's the official name.
#48 to #47 - bdub
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It's obviously not everywhere when i've heard "birdie" my entire life.
User avatar #55 to #48 - natanhiel
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It's only not called shuttlecock in the USA.

It's shuttlecock everywhere else.
#65 to #55 - rainbowrush
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#41 - kroople
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#35 - lolhey **User deleted account**
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#8 - loiux
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Believe*
#45 - trollsidon
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The moon likes that VERY much.
User avatar #3 - galacticboner
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It's feather in my language...
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User avatar #4 to #3 - thechosentroll
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Same here
User avatar #16 to #4 - perdix
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...It's fjærball in my language. I guess that's weird too.
#27 to #16 - anon id: 9117c64e
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No, its just "fjær". Anyhow, "fjærball" isn't wierd, it just sounds wierd couse' you are saying it in Norwegian. Also, fjærball is Norwegian/danish for "featherball".
User avatar #40 to #27 - vigilum
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In Norwegian it's fly, hen or ball.
User avatar #39 to #27 - mettih
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It's spelled fjerbold in Denmark, not with the Æ...
User avatar #69 - sweateagle
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"John Footpenis?"

"Uh, it's Hancock now."
User avatar #84 to #69 - zombielovez
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my actual ******* name...
User avatar #71 to #69 - maskedmask
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"What Why"
User avatar #81 to #71 - gabrielbelmont
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"Mind your business, that's why!"