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Happy 74th Birthday Chuck Norris

Happy 74th Birthday Chuck Norris

NO BODY MESSES WITH WALKER: Chuck Norris turns 74 today! Photo: Associated Press

The martial arts superstar has spawned hundreds of legends. Some of them – all of them(?) – true, some of them just hilarious. Here’s our top 6 Chuck Norris “facts” you can use to impress your friends on his 74th birthday.

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Chuck Norris made a Happy Meal cry.


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Death once had a near-Chuck Norris experience.


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Chuck Norris doesn’t read books. He stares them down until he gets the information he wants.


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Chuck Norris doesn’t call the wrong number. You answer the wrong phone.


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Chuck Norris doesn’t need Twitter, he’s already following you.


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There used to be a street named after Chuck Norris, but it was changed because nobody crosses Chuck Norris and lives.

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