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At random: Nautilus has long been a popular name for a submarine. Some of the more famous of these are Robert Fulton's NAUTILUS (1800), Jules Verne's fictional Nautilus, and the NAUTILUS of Sir Hubert Wilkins in which he attempted a voyage to the North Pole under the ice (1931). There have also been three U.S. submarines of that name, including the world's first nuclear powered submarine built by the Electric Boat Division.
Happy what?

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Don Gentry
Posted 2019-01-10 7:42 PM (#93150)


Posts: 2051

Location: Renton, WA
Subject: Happy what?

Holy crap - one of the longest threads in recent times is about EAR WAX

All of this under the title of "Happy Conclusion" - in the old days the title would have been "Happy Ending"
JrKrup, Skimmer
Posted 2019-01-10 8:28 PM (#93151 - in reply to #93150)

Master and Commander

Posts: 1128

Location: Oxnard, CA
Subject: RE: Happy what?

For Earwax, it's a happy conclusion.

For the relief of constipation, THAT'S a happy ending!

Edited by JrKrup, Skimmer 2019-01-10 8:28 PM
Posted 2019-01-10 8:48 PM (#93152 - in reply to #93150)


Posts: 2838

Location: Kansas City Missouri
Subject: RE: Happy what?

glad it's so peachy dory
Posted 2019-01-11 12:34 PM (#93159 - in reply to #93150)
Master and Commander

Posts: 1368

Location: Wollongong, NSW
Subject: RE: Happy what?

When single and uniformed, Morning Constitutional used to be 'giving birth to a public servant; now married to one - a Toyota moment, 'Oh what a feeling!'
Holland Club
Posted 2019-01-11 1:35 PM (#93162 - in reply to #93151)

Master and Commander

Posts: 1965

Location: East Coast of Wisconsin
Subject: RE: Happy what?

I have heard of other examples of 'A Happy Ending'.
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