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I think its fine on the field but man when all my pops friends do it with each other and now Obama. Anyone with me? I hate it.

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I think its fine on the field but man when all my pops friends do it with each other and now Obama. Anyone with me? I hate it.

The Wedge and Drektunes Connection do not agree with you...

Or maybe we do, and we protest by fist bumping...

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The Wedge and Drektunes Connection do not agree with you...

Or maybe we do, and we protest by fist bumping...

I am bringing back the fist bump as an accepted means of greeting. I'd like to see it used in offices and hospitals before the next full moon. Let's do this.

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I am bringing back the fist bump as an accepted means of greeting. I'd like to see it used in offices and hospitals before the next full moon. Let's do this.

I'm down with that initiative. *fistbump*

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I have no problem with the fistbump. I tend to do it myself whenever I'm out and having a good time. You've got to make sure that the recipent of the fist bump realizes that they need to make it explode after contact to get the full effect.

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I tend to agree with The Wedge and Drek. The fistbump (fist pound) should replace the handshake and the high five both. It's time we advance as a society. Who's with me?!

*fistbump* (someone needs to make that into a smilie)

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I tend to agree with The Wedge and Drek. The fistbump (fist pound) should replace the handshake and the high five both. It's time we advance as a society. Who's with me?!

*fistbump* (someone needs to make that into a smilie)

Shouldn't be hard to turn the beer pound into a fist pound, no?

:beerchug1:

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I have no problem with the fistbump. I tend to do it myself whenever I'm out and having a good time. You've got to make sure that the recipent of the fist bump realizes that they need to make it explode after contact to get the full effect.

Only if it then includes the schrapnel falling all around from said explosiveness. Agreed? *fistbump*

I tend to agree with The Wedge and Drek. The fistbump (fist pound) should replace the handshake and the high five both. It's time we advance as a society. Who's with me?!

*fistbump* (someone needs to make that into a smilie)

Who's with you? Who's with you?!? *fistbump*

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Only if it then includes the schrapnel falling all around from said explosiveness. Agreed? *fistbump*

Who's with you? Who's with you?!? *fistbump*

YOU ARE!!!! AHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!! *fistbump!*

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Shouldn't be hard to turn the beer pound into a fist pound, no?

:beerchug1:

It should be fairly easy. Good thinking, TGO! *fistbump*

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Only if it then includes the schrapnel falling all around from said explosiveness. Agreed? *fistbump*

Who's with you? Who's with you?!? *fistbump*

:drek::drek::drek::drek::drek::drek::drek::drek::drek::drek:

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From Wikipedia: "Time magazine wonders if the fist bump evolved from the handshake and the high-five. They cite knuckle bumping in the 1970s with NBA player Baltimore Bullets guard Fred Carter."

C'mon! That was some awesome info gathering on my part! *fistbump*

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I prefer alterations.

I like to bumb the fleshy part on the side of your pinky when making a fist (basically the bottom of your hand if giving a thumbs up). Its kinda springy so you get a good kickback. And you've always, always, gotta explode it after the bump.

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