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The Elusive PipSqwack Bird.....

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This has been makign me nuts for weeks. What Cartoon was the PipSqwack bird from? The story was that this guy needed to get a picture of the rare PipSwack bird. The Bird was this goony looking thing that would yell PIPSQWACK!!!!! all the time......anyone remeber what cartoon its from?

 

PLease help me before I lose whats left of my mind.... biggrin.gif

 

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John M

johnm@stripersonline.com

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On 4/24/2000 at 0:20 PM, John M said:

This has been makign me nuts for weeks. What Cartoon was the PipSqwack bird from? The story was that this guy needed to get a picture of the rare PipSwack bird. The Bird was this goony looking thing that would yell PIPSQWACK!!!!! all the time......anyone remeber what cartoon its from?

 

PLease help me before I lose whats left of my mind.... biggrin.gif

 

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John M

johnm@stripersonline.com

 

Tom and Jerry.  

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2 hours ago, 55555s said:

 

Tom and Jerry.  

Bingo!!!  John M - More info follows to fill in the gaps in your brain.

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C&Ped from the Urban Dictionary.  The pipsquack was a rare and elusive bird being searched for by Tom and Jerry in the guise of nature photographers on the episode titled "Hold That Pose" from "The Tom & Jerry Show" circa 1975. The legendary bird was theretofore never seen, but known only by it's intensely annoying, loud, and oft-repeated call of PIPSQUACK!, until the end of the episode, when, upon finally discovering the bird, a cacophony of pipsquacks emerge from the jungle.

The call of the pipsquack is so irritating that is is burned into the memory of most Gen-Xers, despite them having usually forgotten the show that it was featured on.
 

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