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    Honoured/Sadly Missed The Backward OX's Avatar
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    Is it me? Maybe I'm asleep and this is all a bad bad dream. I've just staggered gasping out of some damnfool games thread and fell into this as I attempted to navigate back to calmer waters. The place has gone insane.

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    It's you.

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    I'm thinking you need a comma between the two bads.
    "I think it's blessed are the cheese makers." "...What's so special about the cheese makers?" - Life of Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Backward OX View Post
    Is it me? Maybe I'm asleep and this is all a bad bad dream. I've just staggered gasping out of some damnfool games thread and fell into this as I attempted to navigate back to calmer waters. The place has gone insane.
    Waddaya mean, gone? It's always been insane. We just took some of the covers off. It exists just to torment you and amuse you, just like the rest of the universe. Isn't a bad bad dream. Is bad bad bad bad real life.
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    Every blog on the planet has a moron.
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    "From the moment I picked your book up until I laid it down, I was convulsed with laughter. Someday I intend reading it." - Groucho Marx

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  6. #26
    Before I begin, there will be one mild swear word, and the misspelling is deliberate, you have been warned.

    Child. Wot is modem art ?
    Parent. A rich man's chance to have a laugh, and make even more money.
    Child. So what's it made of ?
    Parent. Mostly crap.
    Child. Like in the toilet ?
    Parent. Maybe you could be an art expert when you grow up.
    Child. No no no, I want to be an arsist.
    Parent. The two are not mutually exclusive.

    Now explain rap music.

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    I was thinking something along the line if this..

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    A teller of tall tales DuKane's Avatar
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    Now explain rap music
    Child: What's rap music?
    Parent: Music with a silent C
    Child: What musi?
    Parent: No at the beginning!
    Child: Oh....

    Try E=Mc2

  9. #29
    Child: Mommy, what is this say?

    Mother: E=MC2.

    Child: What is it mean?

    Mother: Um... Energy equals Mass... something squared. C is... C is... Go ask your dad what the C stands for. My brain has frozen up again.

    Child: Like when you drink a Icee? Can I have some?

    Mother: No, not like an Icee, it doesn't hurt, it's like when the computer stops working, you know?

    Child: But you hold your head an' scream when the 'puter is broke.

    Mother: That's because with two brains down, there is nothing to do but laundry.

    Child: Can I have a Icee?
    'The truth will set you free. But not until it is finished with you.'
    David Foster Wallace

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    Re: So many, many people thread: First of all, cool idea. This could be very fun. Maybe it would be prudent to keep an on-going list of the characters, and cross out the names of those recently deceased. I'll get the thing started. Olly, if you read this, perhaps cut-and-paste into the thread's OP?

    Doctor Hewlett, Lisa Hathaway, Jasper Wallis, Jennifer Houston, Reggie Parker, Reggie Parker's wife, Real Life Doctor, Lacey, Mrs. Hewlett, Dooley Malone, Catalina Risapolini, Ken, Dennis,
    "The only calibration that counts is how much heart people invest, how much they ignore their fears of being hurt or caught out or humiliated. And the only thing people regret is that they didn't live boldly enough, that they didn't invest enough heart, didn't love enough. Nothing else really counts at all. It was a saying about noble figures in old Irish poems—he would give his hawk to any man that asked for it, yet he loved his hawk better than men nowadays love their bride of tomorrow. He would mourn a dog with more grief than men nowadays mourn their fathers.

    And that's how we measure out our real respect for people—by the degree of feeling they can register, the voltage of life they can carry and tolerate—and enjoy.

    Live like a mighty river: a letter from Ted Hughes to his son, Nicholas

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