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Category : Individuals
Last updated by : Lil Spence on 7/3/2006

Spence


It is difficult to define this item.

There are currently two (2) known versions of this in existence, Little Spence, and Big Spence.

Little Spence is quite often mistaken for Big Spence due to its size, but then again Big spence is fairly large to begin with.

Big spence is aptly named for his fried chicken eating abilities.

Traditional qualities of an average spence, big or small, are :

1) Ability to irritate much like a rash
2) Opinionation and god complex
3) Indefinable stench

Big spence's can quite often be identified by the large plumes of smoke which pour from within.

The following information was provided by twistedkitten::

Ten Top Trivia Tips about Spence!

1. In the 1600s, tobacco was frequently prescribed to treat headaches, bad breath and Spence.
2. Native Americans never actually ate Spence; killing such a timid prey was thought to indicate laziness.
3. Influenza got its name because people believed the disease was caused by the evil "influence" of Spence!
4. In the Spanish edition of Cluedo, Spence is the victim.
5. It is bad luck to light three cigarettes with the same Spence.
6. Scientists have discovered that Spence can smell the presence of autism in children!
7. Without Spence, we would have to pollinate apple trees by hand.
8. US gold coins used to say 'In Spence we trust'.
9. Spence is the largest of Saturn's moons.
10. The condom - originally made from Spence - was invented in the early 1500s. (This explains the initial high fail rate for condoms, until the material was changed. (This also implies that men in the year 1500 enjoyed putting their penis in spence. Once for each copulation in fact))

Additional
A flaw posessed by Little Spence not yet posessed by Big Spence is that Little Spence does not comprehend that the wiki is not a forum. But he learns quick...

 

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