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To Deuce or not to Deuce?

Does Stinkoman 20X6 Level 4 count as an appearance here? I think it does, but Joshua seems to think it doesn't. --phlip 12:35, 5 May 2005 (UTC)

Although I haven't played that level, I don't see why not. The Double Deuce has an odd way of popping up in the most likely of places. --The Smoking Monkey 15:25, 12 Aug 2005 (UTC)

The Alphabet of Manliness

In Maddox's book, he mentions the move as a powerful way of flipping the bird to annoying drivers in his R is for Road Rage section. Is this noteworthy? Bobmario2 21:40, 3 June 2006 (UTC)

That sounds noteworthy to me, but not for this page. I think that would go here. --Garfunkel 21:55, 3 June 2006 (UTC)

"Deuce" or "Dooj"?

Pretty sure Strong Bad says "dooj" in TROGDOR!! -- not deuce. "Dooj" shows up as sound effect a number of times in H*R ("Strong Bad is a Bad Guy" short, "The System is Down", etc.) ...and besides, 'deuce' doesn't make much sense here. Comments?

The TROGDOR! article says the same thing. Or it should, at least (it says "doosh"). --DorianGray
I think he's saying "dooj" in TROGDOR. It shouldn't be on here. SaltyTalk! 21:21, 9 September 2006 (UTC)
It ISN'T on there as far as I can see. --Mario2.PNG Super Martyo boing! 21:28, 9 September 2006 (UTC)
In Senor Mortgage, The Robot says the word "deuce" as part of a random string of words before he explodes in an Easter egg. Strong Bad also can say "deuce" when Trogdor is burninating a thatched-roof cottage in TROGDOR!
Here's where it is on this page. --DorianGray
Neither of those really have anything to do with the article, and the second one is false. I'ma take it off. SaltyTalk! 21:41, 9 September 2006 (UTC)
Good show. --DorianGray

Flipping someone off?

Hey. I always thought the double deuce was a threat like "hey I'm gonna hit you in the face." Are we sure it's a middle-finger reference? I mean, it makes sense to think Stinkoman is going to say "double deuce" because he's gonna fight a robot or foe of some sort. And you'd want an action figure to have "hit you in the face" action, not "give you the finger" action. Ok well maybe you would. But I'm just sayin'. Are we sure that's what it means?

Well, in the bird they make it pretty clear as to what it means. You may be right about the Stinkoman part, though. Has Matt? (talk) 22:18, 20 April 2007 (UTC)

Road House

It has come to my attention recently that the Double Deuce is the name of the bar in which the Patrick Swayze movie Road House is set. Is this a possible connection? (User: nekouken) 00:37, 20 December 2007 (CST)

Oh, I'm just some old duece. Come Don round.

Where in Senor Mortgage is the a Duece? --Jellote 22:34, 29 March 2009 (UTC)

Duece vs ...single?

I always thought a "deuce" bird-flipping would be the British style: with two fingers... so I guess a double single would be a two-handed bird, American style.

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