Savage Chickens - Happy

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15 Responses to Happy

  1. steve says:

    i’m as happy as a commuter.

    : (

  2. Elliott says:

    Well, if the entire phrase is used, the clam would be happier, but then there’s no joke: “happy as a clam in mud at high tide

  3. MG Norman says:

    in Spanish, there’s an expression that translates, “as bored as an oyster.” It’s hard out there for a mollusk.

  4. lindylu says:

    Don’t we all, at some time or other, have the same thoughts as the clam?

  5. Adam says:

    Can AquaChicken breath out of water?

  6. Chris says:

    I never did understand the expression “happy as a clam.”

  7. kaveman says:

    Way to go Doug, teach those idioms a lesson and show them who’s boss. Not to split hairs, but I do have my foot in both camps. The etymology of “happy as a clam” is based on the full form of the phrase “happy as a clam in mud at high tide” (a clam that cannot be dug up and eaten, which therefore could be considered happy). Just some food for thought.

  8. Michelle says:

    Unhappy as a clam at low tide. šŸ™

  9. Seraphine says:

    isn’t clamato a sexually transmitted disease?

  10. Chris Bright says:

    It has been suggested that open clams give the appearance of smiling.

    Or my suggestion as a supporter of the travel industry “Happy as a clam on holiday?

  11. Younus says:

    hahaha…this stuff is too good.

  12. Tristan says:

    T-shirt, please

  13. EvilCreepyPurplePickle says:

    I’d like to see more of Aquachicken. Aquachciekn is hilarious and I miss Him/her/it.

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