Grimlock VS Slag: Beryllium Bologna or Cesium Salami?

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  1. Ladiesman217643

    Ladiesman217643 Well-Known Member

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    THE BEST DINOBOT ARGUMENT EVER!

    Who wins?

    Slag and his Beryllium Bologna???
    or Grimlock and his Cesium Salami???

    COMMENT TO VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE DINOBOT LUNCH MEAT!
     
  2. Feralstorm

    Feralstorm I ship Nick & Judy TFW2005 Supporter

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    Dude, spread out your Dinobot thread creation a little.

    I vote for "Excuse me".
     
  3. Ladiesman217643

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    Sorry... Fall of Cybertron has me on a HUGE dinobot kick....

    And You gotta love Slag's belated Manners... HAHAHA
     
  4. nobleboivin

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    Me confused?
     
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    bignick1693 Maximal

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    Grimlock would win in a fight. Wait this is not a vs thread this is about lunch meat?
    This is the strangest thread I ever have seen on tfw.
     
  6. bellpeppers

    bellpeppers A Meat Popsicle

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    As long as I et a stainless steel hoagie out of it.
     
  7. Shatterpoint

    Shatterpoint Neato

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    Cesium Salami

    I perfer salami to bologna.
     
  8. Chaplain

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    Deep chromed Petro rabbit!
     
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    bellpeppers A Meat Popsicle

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    G1Prowl Prick, apparently

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    I really hope they start revealing new toys soon. If not, then threads like this constantly...
     
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    After a quick perusal of their entries on wikipedia, I'd say cesium is definitely the more appetizing of the two. Beryllium, it turns out, is extremely hard and has a high level of toxicity. It's also corrosive to tissue and can cause a chronic life-threatening allergic reaction in some people. Cesium, on the other hand, is quite soft, and is in fact in a liquid form at room temperature (for easier consumption, no doubt). It also ignites upon contact with water, which makes me think it would taste quite spicy. Yum!
     
  12. Autovolt 127

    Autovolt 127 Get In The Titan, Prime!

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    I hate it when they talk about Cybertronian based food and yet we haven't seen any food since....
     
  13. Ladiesman217643

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    oh snap! Perceptor's in the hizzie!!!
     
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    Magnesium pastrami trumps all Cybertronian deli meats.
     

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