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    • I’m pretty sure the regulars at the saloon already new to avoid the creaky board. That’s why everyone gets real quiet and looks at the door when the bad guy walks in. Like
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    • I still miss Arthur Morgan
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    • It always squeaks the room is just silent when the mysterious stranger walks in
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    • *squeak* “you ain’t from around ‘er are ya boy?”
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    • If you dont glue underneath your sub floor it squeaks. I've done houses for people that request the floor not be glued in front of doors and bottoms of stairs. Also putting nailes under a wall will make squeaks later down the line.
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    • I am guessing here but it must be like the 1st rule of advertising you never say things cost more, instead you say things cost less. For example if you do not step on thar squeaky floorboard your drinks will cost 10% less.
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    • That’s why they all stop and look at you: “ah shit, he stepped on The Board™️”.
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    • This used to be called a nightingale floor in Japan. Members of the household know what boards to avoid, etc.
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    • Piano man in the back:
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    • A button under the floorboard that turns off the music
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    • Then tell them all if they stare at anyone who squeaks it the next drink is 10% off
      RogueArmy 21 aug
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    • when the fat lady steps on the non creaky floorboard and now you have 2 of them
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    • They put them intentionally and the regulars know where it’s at and avoided it. The strangers would hit it. Also worked as an early alarm system. I think he Japanese did it called it singing floors
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    • *squeak* “ha ha! Noob!”
      SinOfLust 21 aug
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    • What if the floor was always creaky, but the saloons were always noisy and nobody noticed. When the stranger walks in the room goes quiet and now everyone can hear it creak
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    • I live in a small redneck town and if you yell "TWO GENDERS!" when you walk into the bar Jordan will throw a bud wieser at you for free
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    • When you’re sneaking around your house for a late night snack and than one floorboard creaks loud enough for the neighbors to hear. My dad can’t hear me reply yeah from downstairs, but he can hear a floorboard creak, touching of the thermostat, and ‘whatever’ under your breath.
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    • Wouldn’t the owner know who the regulars are?
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    • More like the regulars avoid the squeaky one. Just because its annoying. Other guys dont know
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    • Y’all are dumb... regulars know where to walk and know where the floor is unstable. Where as strangers don’t know the layout of the building much less the weakened floor boards. That’s how it makes sense in movies if you think about it.
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    • *Hootin and hollerin stops*
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    • The japanese did this
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    • I mean that's a great idea to determine the local drunk from a stranger
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    • The floor always creaks and squeaks, just when said mysterious stranger walks in everybody stops talking and moving so you can hear it
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    • That's pretty smart.
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    • Or make it so the board fucking snaps in half when they step on it and the menacing stranger falls through and breaks his fucking neck.
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    • That just sounds like cool idea for a bar gag
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    • Saloon patrons when a new stranger enters and makes the floor squeek
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    • A better deal would be “if you don’t squeak the floor board, 10% off drinks.” Because seriously if you have to pay MORE just for forgetting the damn board you’re just going to find somewhere else to drink, but this way you get a good deal, and ONLY drink there. Repeat business.
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    • “I just like to stir the pot”
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    • That's actually a fantastic plan. OOH! Raise all prices 10% and tell them they get a DISCOUNT of 10% to miss the board. They'll be more receptive.
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    • A long time ago, in Japan they made floors creak on purpose to alert of intruders.
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    • Plot twist: the doors are made from floorboards and always creak when they open
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    • Me when reading this “ The Mysterious Stranger? Like bro this for real? KOTOR reference???” And I was all happy but realized it was only a normal meme 🥺😔
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    • Old japanese thing was a ninja alarm cant get snucked up on if the floor squeaks
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    • This yees my haw pardner
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    • No it doesn’t deserve top comment
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    • That guy was definitely high. I know bc I just had the same thought
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    • Make it creek when only Cow mans walk in and not Cowboys
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    • Or a mechanical lever activated from behind the bar that removes extra support from beneath a board?
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    • Does anyone else think they would have a strong desire to step on the creaky board if they were told they would have to pay extra
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    • Does anyone under 60 watch old westerns?
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    • Basically they did, the most common form of that trap was one step was slightly higher than all the others so you would get in a rhythm of walking up steps to rob a house then you would trip on the one step that was a different size
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    • Is that why cowboys would walk with their legs wide open?!?!
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    • Oh yeah big brain time
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    • Thats why everyone stops and turns to see who the next victim is.
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    • That would only work back in the day. Nowdays that shit would go viral. All these noons will be like you check out this bat they have this cool thing.
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    • Add a pressure plate that makes the music stop.
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    • CAN Y'ALL FUCK OFF WITH THE FUCKING PORN
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    • That... Was not a what if.
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    • This just reminded me I hid a bunch of legos under the floorboards at my really old house. Have a fun remodel next dudes who find them.
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    • I gotta pee. Option A: find a cup. Option B. Divorce. What even are those stupid ads
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    • That would also explain their bowlegged stance as they walk in
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    • Ehh, as a Wisconsin native 10% isn’t steep enough... most patrons will step on it for added effect... now make their first 3 drinks cost double, and we may have a conversation
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    • That unfamiliar person is gonna be pissed about their drink costing more.
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    • Lol yes. Might as well feature it a third time but with more.
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    • This is like some next level yeehaw shit
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    • I don’t think he would tell the person they are paying extra
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    • To the town of Agua Fria rode a stranger one fine day...
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    • Every military hooch has something similar. An ejection seat handle tied to a bell, police lights, etc. Activate it and you buy the whole bar a round. Good times.
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    • Jokes on you. My familiars never avoid a trap
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    • Wouldn't it make more sense to say anyone who doesn't squeak gets 10% off then charging sqeakers 10% more?
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    • 10% of zero is zero
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    • Well played
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    • It's pretty good, until I get shitfaced and forget where the squeak is
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    • Guys I just finished discerning the trans mundane on Skyrim and there’s no new mission. Septimus turned to dust, I spoke to the abyss thing, and I read the book that leveled me up and theres not a new mission
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    • The best way to find
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    • That would work
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    • I read that in Japan feudal lords would have floors designed to squeak. All the boards all the time.
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    • What if a new guy just misses that board
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    • Me, the regular, that always forgets it’s there because of my scatterbrain
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    • “Also I want the music to stop when a bad guy walks in” “Who tf do you think I am”
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