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Why is the river called the river?

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Daftly

Member

11-01-2010

... when in reality it's just two ponds?


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Pantsizonfire

Senior Member

11-01-2010

dota had a river.


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Gðd

Junior Member

11-01-2010

Because it was the river in dota and in hon


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Daftly

Member

11-01-2010

It wasn't a river in DotA either. It was just a larger pond.


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BlindBanshee

Senior Member

11-01-2010

Same reason we call top top and bottom bottom even though we don't know which way is North. It's simpler this way.


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Kojach

Senior Member

11-01-2010

scientists recently discovered it has a direct correlation with you touching yourself at night


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Mercucial

Recruiter

11-01-2010

It's not a lake, it's an ocean.


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gunther2291

Senior Member

11-01-2010

obviously you live in an area with no bridges sir


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Mercucial

Recruiter

11-01-2010

Quote:
BlindBanshee:
Same reason we call top top and bottom bottom even though we don't know which way is North. It's simpler this way.


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Daftly

Member

11-01-2010

Quote:
gunther2291:
obviously you live in an area with no bridges sir


Yea, bridges that are made up of land and not only split, but isolate two bodies of water.