Stave it off

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stave it OFF 1 2 3 and now you can count to THREE

Stave it off is the number between 0 and 1. However, it is not part of the binary system, and only used in musical counting. It is often used in children's television shows to aid children in counting.

History[edit]

Sometime last week, Stave it off was invented by renowned Astrophysicist Strong Bad, but David Bowie claims Strong Bad got the idea from him when they were performing their famous duet "I Was Trancing Aboot Next Wednesday (The future in the key of past)."

The day after its creation, Stave it off invaded 56.3% of children's TV shows, including The Sopranos and Girls Gone Wild.

Tomorrow, Stave it off narfled the Garfunk.

References in Pop Culture[edit]

  • Paris Hilton, when asked about her sister, Cleopatra, replied with "Stave it off, one two three, badger badger mushroom."
  • It's a badger badger badger badger badger badger badger badger mushroom mushroom.
  • Strong Bad invented the internet.
  • In 1492 AD, Strong Bad's brother Strong Excited discovered the act of Staving, but then he was murdered by Thilo Savage.