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Tractor
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Postby Tractor » Mon May 07, 2007 2:16 pm UTC

Messiah wrote:
Tractor wrote:Actually, JC is in Ohio. Well, not this week, he's on vacation...but usually he is.

Wrong! Read my location, it's not that hard.


LIES! You are not the real Jesus.
9 x 6 = 42

Note: Randall kicks ass.

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Messiah
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Postby Messiah » Mon May 07, 2007 2:29 pm UTC

Tractor wrote:
Messiah wrote:
Tractor wrote:Actually, JC is in Ohio. Well, not this week, he's on vacation...but usually he is.

Wrong! Read my location, it's not that hard.


LIES! You are not the real Jesus.

I'll prove it....

Water...
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And, with a wave of my magic Jesus wand....

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Wine!

Do not fear my awesomeness. I am merely human - but also God!
"The possession of anything begins in the mind" - Bruce Lee

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simen
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Postby simen » Mon May 07, 2007 2:29 pm UTC

Tractor wrote:
Messiah wrote:
Tractor wrote:Actually, JC is in Ohio. Well, not this week, he's on vacation...but usually he is.

Wrong! Read my location, it's not that hard.


LIES! You are not the real Jesus.

Raptor Jesus is the one true prophet!
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Puellus Peregrinus
Sazl. Eliuo Sazl.
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Postby Puellus Peregrinus » Mon May 07, 2007 6:09 pm UTC

My hobby: Confusing cats.
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Romanes eunt domus!

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Belial
A terrible sound heard from a distance
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Postby Belial » Mon May 07, 2007 6:12 pm UTC

simen wrote:
Tractor wrote:
Messiah wrote:
Tractor wrote:Actually, JC is in Ohio. Well, not this week, he's on vacation...but usually he is.

Wrong! Read my location, it's not that hard.


LIES! You are not the real Jesus.

Raptor Jesus is the one true prophet!
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I nearly had to replace a keyboard at work due to mountain dew contamination because of this image. You are my new favorite.

Old favourites, let this be a lesson to you. More pictures of raptors selling babies.
addams wrote:A drunk neighbor is better than a sober Belial.


They/them

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Phenriz
I'm daaancin' like a monkey!
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Postby Phenriz » Mon May 07, 2007 8:57 pm UTC

please tell me you've seen the whole slideshow
I loveded you piggy, i lovded youuuu!!!

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Belial
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Postby Belial » Mon May 07, 2007 8:59 pm UTC

Oh hell no, there's a slideshow?
addams wrote:A drunk neighbor is better than a sober Belial.


They/them

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Phenriz
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Postby Phenriz » Mon May 07, 2007 9:14 pm UTC

Belial wrote:Oh hell no, there's a slideshow?


quite possibly the only ytmnd that ever needs to be witnessed.

the best YTMND ever.
I loveded you piggy, i lovded youuuu!!!

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Carosaurus
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Postby Carosaurus » Mon May 07, 2007 9:32 pm UTC

"I don't always feel lucky, but I'm smart enough to try"

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muteKi
Angry is too weak a term. Try "Fluffy".
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Postby muteKi » Tue May 08, 2007 2:29 am UTC

Nidht wrote:My Hobby: Creeping up behind people, friends or otherwise, and quietly, quickly muttering, "I'm standing right next you," within an inch of their ear.


I usually add a "Don't panic, but..." beforehand and then mock offense/frustration when they do.
(e.g., "You didn't listen to me! I TOLD YOU NOT TO PANIC!")

I do love interpreting nearly everything as innuendo, or perking up at the slightest mention of anything even remotely related to sex. (e.g., "Huh? What? Nudity?? Where? I want I want I want!!")

I'm also picking up the habit of communicating badly and saying something like "IT'S SUBTLETY, BITCHES!"

Also, I think I'll start replacing uses of Biznitches with something more humorous: Biznietzsches! ("IT'S AMBIGUOUS, BIZNIETZSCHES!" or "IT'S APHORISTIC, BIZNIETZSCHES!")

I also like showing people the most inappropriate xkcd comics when I can find a reason. For example, I showed a girl I like (who has a hot sister I talk with and sometimes share innuendo with) the comic with the "I also want to get with your sister" line. There's something strangely enjoyable about creeping people out a bit.

A couple people mentioned stuff about multiple neuroses. You name it, I've got it: ADD, DID, maybe early schizophrenia, chronic depression, and...









...wait for it...









...hypochondria.

Also writing "Boo!" on my hand and then successfully scaring people with it by...










...wait for it...






nearly punching them in the face with it. (It's risky tho', 'cause ya' gotta' find someone who'll not be punchin' ya' back.)
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Flying Sibialance

Postby __Kit » Tue May 08, 2007 6:22 am UTC

Processing hilarity...

#1. Lol I just found out the harder you try to make something funny the less funny it is (see #1)

Hobby: (taking a different aproach) Making people SMILE - you guys should try it some time, geez...

Hobby: Rapping! I'll try busting something out right here!
Just joined the XKCD forum, what does this mean?
Well it means I'm a quirky/geeky teen!
Making jokes about obi-wan,that poor jedi!
Looking at peoples pictures - Hey photoshop fix that Red Eye!
Carouselambra is a grand song
Even if it is 10 mins. long
geeks are brave: e=mc2!
Speilbergs Raptors are all we've ever feared!

OK thats enough, I see I am 'boring' thee!

The Mighty Thesaurus
In your library, eating your students
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Postby The Mighty Thesaurus » Tue May 08, 2007 6:28 am UTC

Smiling is overrated. I never smile.

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The LuigiManiac
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Location: Trapped in a hypothetical situation somewhere in Ontario...help?

Postby The LuigiManiac » Tue May 08, 2007 6:31 am UTC

The Mighty Thesaurus wrote:Smiling is overrated. I never smile.


Not even at Mr. Green? :mrgreen: He looks so creepy, yet happy at the same time, that just looking at him makes me smile!
Spoiler:
THE CAKE IS A 3.141592653589...!

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Jauss
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Postby Jauss » Tue May 08, 2007 11:21 am UTC

My hobbies:

Drinking liquor out of baby bottles.

Hand aiming mortars.

Blasting my boombox when I take a shower.

Eating dairy-laden Taco Bell burritos that I accidentally leave sitting out for 12 hours or more...and not getting sick.

Riding in the back of pick-up trucks. (Rain or shine, warm or freezing, day or night, short journeys or 100s of miles, laying down or sitting up, going between 25 - 70 mph, alone or with friends.)

Pronouncing can't as in Immanuel Kant (rhymes with "font") because my friend hates him.

Spitting fire.
"Four out of five dentists prefer asses to hearts." - The Mighty Thesaurus

Gilly
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Postby Gilly » Thu May 10, 2007 10:28 pm UTC

I've seen a couple of ones I do already posted in here, so I hope this hasn't been posted before.

Saying "...said <name>" after someone finishes talking. For example:
Mike: "Yeah, that was a good movie"
Me: "...said Mike".

A good variation is to change the names around and say the name of someone who is in the conversation but was previously completely inactive.

Pretending to be caught in someone's gravity, orbiting around them, in the hope of insinuating that they are overweight.

Also, in the vein of the Jesus ones previously, replying "...yes?" to every curse someone makes. Must be done extremely quickly.
"Oh, cock."
"Yes?"

Saying "Ah, je suis" as if in realisation. When someone questions me, angrily saying "Bah, tu n'es pas!".

Walking with a friend, pointing out random strangers and saying "Yeah, that one" and "Oh and definitely that one" etc.
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Droffats
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Postby Droffats » Fri May 11, 2007 1:19 am UTC

My hobby: Finishing the sneezes that everyone else halts. "Choo!!"

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MFHodge
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Postby MFHodge » Fri May 11, 2007 2:39 pm UTC

The Mighty Thesaurus wrote:Smiling is overrated. I never smile.

You'll grow out of it. Life is pretty great and is worth smiling about.

My New Hobby: Hugging the disaffected. Don't you just want to kiss their pale ass cheeks.

(EDIT: word choice)
(EDIT: word choice reverted)

popple
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Postby popple » Sun May 13, 2007 9:21 am UTC

My hobby: trying to get msn chat bots to admit they love me.

My friend’s hobby: trying to get msn chat bots to agree to raping him.
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popple.. from snap, crack, and popple... thats the line isn't it? isn't it?

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GhostWolfe
Broken wings and scattered feathers
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Postby GhostWolfe » Sun May 13, 2007 10:15 am UTC

My hobby: Saying only part of what I want to say so that the person I'm talking to kinda freaks out because they think I'm about to say something bad. (I like to know I have your full attention)
Linguistic Anarchist
Hawknc: ANGELL IS SERIOUS BUSINESS :-[
lesliesage: Animals dunked in crude oil: sad. Animals dunked in boiling oil: tasty.
Belial: I was in your mom's room all night committing to a series of extended military actions.

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hassitude
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Postby hassitude » Mon May 14, 2007 12:36 am UTC

once my hobby: when i was a kid, probably about seven or eight years old, i'd occasionally have to tag along with my dad to the university library when he had to look up something or other. if i didn't have anything else to do, i'd start walking the aisles, pretending to look for something, then carefully select an armload of the more intimidating-looking volumes from the shelves and bring 'em back to one of the tables. once i'd settled in, i'd crack open one of the books and start taking notes. i never had any idea what i was reading... i just liked watching the looks on everyone's faces when they tried to figure out why an eight-year-old was brushing up on the navier-stokes equations or cellular biology.

i can't really get away with that anymore, though.

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GhostWolfe
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Postby GhostWolfe » Mon May 14, 2007 5:24 am UTC

hassitude wrote:I never had any idea what i was reading... i just liked watching the looks on everyone's faces when they tried to figure out why an eight-year-old was brushing up on the navier-stokes equations or cellular biology.


That's adorable :)
Linguistic Anarchist
Hawknc: ANGELL IS SERIOUS BUSINESS :-[
lesliesage: Animals dunked in crude oil: sad. Animals dunked in boiling oil: tasty.
Belial: I was in your mom's room all night committing to a series of extended military actions.

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Droffats
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Location: Royal Oak, MI

Postby Droffats » Tue May 15, 2007 7:47 pm UTC

My Hobby: Putting "Shake Well" stickers on carbonated drinks.

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bbctol
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Postby bbctol » Tue May 15, 2007 7:59 pm UTC

My Hobby:Describing myself in internet chatrooms as a supple young boy looking for elder male companionship.

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You, sir, name?
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Postby You, sir, name? » Wed May 16, 2007 9:15 pm UTC

My hobby: Mixing imperial and SI units.

"It's about five meters by three rods."

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Akira
The Enemy's Gate Is Down. Sugoi desu ne!
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Postby Akira » Thu May 17, 2007 12:11 am UTC

My Hobby: Working out how to use area measures for distance. "The field is about 20 tatami across, and it's four acres from the school."
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Warning: Arguments about semantics really, really annoy this member, and are liable to make her snippy, offensive, and REALLY politically incorrect.

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Postby bbctol » Thu May 17, 2007 12:24 pm UTC

My Hobby: Whenever I quote a famous person, I mimic their accent as closely as possible.

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LE4dGOLEM
is unique......wait, no!!!!
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Postby LE4dGOLEM » Thu May 17, 2007 3:50 pm UTC

Akira wrote:The field is about 20 tatami across


My hobby: Letting people know when they have taught me something, in the most roundabout and awkward way possible.
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doogly wrote:It would just be much better if it were not shitty.

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Akira
The Enemy's Gate Is Down. Sugoi desu ne!
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Postby Akira » Thu May 17, 2007 6:02 pm UTC

My Hobby: Totally getting online when I'm not supposed to be. WHEE!
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Warning: Arguments about semantics really, really annoy this member, and are liable to make her snippy, offensive, and REALLY politically incorrect.

ZeroSum
Cooler than Jeff
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Postby ZeroSum » Thu May 17, 2007 6:05 pm UTC

hassitude wrote:once my hobby: when i was a kid...

I hope that when I have a child he does something that interesting.

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PatrickRsGhost
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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Thu May 17, 2007 6:30 pm UTC

My hobby: Walking through the grocery store, picking up an item, then putting it back saying "no, remember what happened last time we had that?"

Works best with stuff I'm not allergic to, but am sensitive to on occasion. Like dairy.

Bonus points for the strange stares I collect doing that.
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Rodan
Any title.
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Postby Rodan » Thu May 17, 2007 11:58 pm UTC

My Hobby: asking people if they can name the original X-Men, then correcting them loudly when they say Wolverine.

(Yay, first post!)

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bbctol
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Postby bbctol » Mon May 21, 2007 11:55 pm UTC

My Hobby: Whenever I happen to say "____ you", I will invariably add a dramatic "SPIderMANNNNN!!!" Example:
X sneezes.
Me: Bless you... spiderMANNNN!!!
X: Wha?

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a900poundmoron
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Postby a900poundmoron » Mon May 28, 2007 8:12 am UTC

My Hobby: Whenever bored, stare at carpet and be able to see different shapes and things, kind of what people do to clouds, but this version doesn't require a window

Mixing old english and new black slang together

ex. yoith, dawg, what would be up with thy on this fine day

or

thou art indeed a gangsta from da hood

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Maseiken
The Candylawyer
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Postby Maseiken » Mon May 28, 2007 10:31 am UTC

My Hobby: Saying Insinuating innuendo where there is none
x:So I saw this great movie last night.
Me:That's what SHE said! whooooo!
x:It was a Zombie Flick
Me:I've never heard it called THAT before! Whooooo!
(The "Whoo" is essential, prolonged to an awkward length preferably)
"GRRRRRRRRRROOOOOOOOWR!!!!"
(Translation: "Objection!")

Maseiken had the ball at the top of the key...

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Patashu
Answerful Bignitude
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Postby Patashu » Mon May 28, 2007 11:04 am UTC

My hobby: Tapping surfaces at varying angles and positions and pretending they correspond to different pitches of a song.

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no-genius
Seemed like a good idea at the time
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Postby no-genius » Mon May 28, 2007 11:14 am UTC

One of my old msngr names:-

My hobby: turning declaritive statements into questions?
I don't sing, I just shout. All. On. One. Note.
Official ironmen you are free, champions officially

The Mighty Thesaurus wrote:Why? It does nothing to address dance music's core problem: the fact that it sucks.

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scowdich
The Hedgehog
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Postby scowdich » Mon May 28, 2007 5:47 pm UTC

My Hobby #1: laughing maniacally for about ten seconds in a crowded room, somehow managing to stop all conversation within 50 meters for at least a few seconds.

My Hobby #2: walking up to someone who is completely calm, grabbing them by the shoulders, and saying, "Everything will be okay, man, just calm down. It's all right. Just calm down, man, just CALM DOWN!" *slap*

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rejectedScott
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Postby rejectedScott » Mon May 28, 2007 10:03 pm UTC

My Hobby: Waiting to play a new Grand Theft Auto game until 3 months after its release, just to brag about my adventures with a scrawny and single pistol-wielding Carl Johnson/Tommy Vercetti/"Claude"(?) to the hardcore gamers already on the third island.
A literal translation of a standard traffic sign in China: "Give large space to the festive dog that makes sport in the roadway."

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Patashu
Answerful Bignitude
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Postby Patashu » Tue May 29, 2007 3:17 am UTC

My hobby: Referring to colours as their direct opposite on the colour wheel.

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Nyarlathotep
Not a god. Not even a titan.
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Postby Nyarlathotep » Tue May 29, 2007 3:50 am UTC

My hobby: When people use "Fucking", to take it literally.

example: "What happened?"
"My fucking dog ate it!"
"Your dog ate it whist engaging in copulation? A mean feat, to be sure."
'Gehȳrst þū, sǣlida, hwæt þis folc segeð?
hī willað ēow tō gafole gāras syllan,
ǣttrynne ord and ealde swurd,
þā heregeatu þe ēow æt hilde ne dēah.


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