Making the world a weirder place

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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Mercat » Sat Aug 09, 2008 1:57 pm UTC

I love grammar. Ths just reminds me of my sophomore English teacher whose pet peeve was "between you and I". Same kind of situation, but she was kind of evil in a fun way and used to give this evil smirk about it and then taunt the person(s) mercilessly.

She was awesome.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Kartoffelkopf » Sun Aug 10, 2008 7:16 am UTC

Rippy wrote:"Jimmy was a chemist's son
But Jimmy is no more;
What Jimmy thought was H2O
Was H2SO4"

I love this.

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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Rippy » Sun Aug 10, 2008 2:07 pm UTC

Kartoffelkopf wrote:
Rippy wrote:"Jimmy was a chemist's son
But Jimmy is no more;
What Jimmy thought was H2O
Was H2SO4"

I love this.

Then get the shirt!

(note how I forgot that it was actually "Johnny" not "Jimmy")

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Postby '; DROP DATABASE;-- » Sun Aug 10, 2008 6:46 pm UTC

benjhuey wrote:
Kartoffelkopf wrote:http://www.dbooth.net/internerd/dynamic_internerd.cfm?id=4

That's quite a list. I haven;t read the whole thing, but I do identify with numero quatro, as I would indeed name my dog "Dog" (or possibly "Cat").

Or "Fish".
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Okita » Tue Aug 12, 2008 2:00 pm UTC

I brownbag my lunch to work each day for money, environmental, and taste reasons.

But man, brown paper bags are boring. I need to spice 'em up.

So instead of labeling them with my own name, I start writing fun stuff on it:

"This lunch is stolen"
"No children were harmed in the making of this lunch"
"This lunch is brought to you by the numbers 2,9,5 and the letter Q"
"Warning: Contents under high pressure. Handle with care"
"Contains daily requirements of libert, justice, and freedom"
"Never going to give you up, never going to let you down, never going to turn around..."

I wonder if anyone has checked the shared fridge and have seen what I've written.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby uildaan » Tue Aug 12, 2008 2:27 pm UTC

Mercurius wrote:This is a good one from Ji Lee...

... Lee printed twenty thousand blank speech bubble stickers, sticking them up on advertisements everywhere he went. A few days later, he would go back and photograph the results. ...


I did something kind of similar with graffiti on a desk at uni. Drew out the first frame of a comic strip and asked people to draw a frame each. I have one lecture in an arts department lecture theatre so I did it there hoping for more interesting results but it didn't work out too well and took almost a whole semester for it to be completed.

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and the last frame since it gets cut off
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby HarleyQuinn » Wed Aug 13, 2008 6:45 am UTC

I have a huge cloth type poster of the Veruvian man in my living room. I considered putting a little leaf on him, but decided against it :)

Me and my pals like to take a five and buy 20 bouncy balls every time we go to the mall. Them we proceed throwing them around. We also create scientific theories for running up the down escalator. More silly than weird...


We've also played pumpkin soccer in there. Now that confused the hell out of people.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby kanavazk » Thu Aug 14, 2008 3:51 am UTC

I don't usually remember my quirks until my friends point them out. I haven't seen them for about half a month so...

Anyway for one thing, I should "I LIKE PANDAS!!!" really loudly occasionally, as well as "that's what SHE said!" and some other things, but that's not really making the world any more weird than it already is.

One time I vandalized a washroom window at school by writing "STAY IN SCHOOL & DON'T DO DRUGS"!

In late June I was planning to screw up the school's main hallway by mixing bottles of coke with mentos, but decided against it.

Last month me and a few of my friends were walking to a rec center singing 'Never Gonna Give You Up' and 'Gangsta Life Party' by Uncle Same and Uncle Chin.

And I walk up down escalators all the time.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby benjhuey » Thu Aug 14, 2008 4:07 am UTC

My friends and I wrote "Richard Nixon" really small and in random places on all of the desks in our 8th grade maths class.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Rippy » Thu Aug 14, 2008 4:40 am UTC

Okita wrote:I brownbag my lunch to work each day for money, environmental, and taste reasons.

But man, brown paper bags are boring. I need to spice 'em up.

So instead of labeling them with my own name, I start writing fun stuff on it:

"This lunch is stolen"
"No children were harmed in the making of this lunch"
"This lunch is brought to you by the numbers 2,9,5 and the letter Q"
"Warning: Contents under high pressure. Handle with care"
"Contains daily requirements of libert, justice, and freedom"
"Never going to give you up, never going to let you down, never going to turn around..."

I wonder if anyone has checked the shared fridge and have seen what I've written.

Personally, I would write this:

"DANGER: LIVE SCORPIONS
HANDLE WITH CARE"

And put it conspicuously in the lunch fridge. For added effect, leave it overturned with the bag partially open.


Also, in my town there are these public benches near the roads in lots of places, with ads on them (they look like this). Mostly the ads are for random realtors, but when they're not being rented out to anyone they have text that says:

"You just proved
Bench advertising works!"

Which I find obnoxious, because it feels like it's mocking you because you read it. For a while now I've wished I could rent one out and have it say one of the following messages: (can't decide which is better)

"Bench advertising doesn't work worth shit!" (probably would not be permitted)

"Do not under any circumstances read this sign"

"You're playing right into my hands.
Yes, yes, continue driving North, you fool! Bwahahah!" [replace "North" with whatever direction the road's going (the benches are angled towards a particular side of traffic)]

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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby '; DROP DATABASE;-- » Fri Aug 15, 2008 6:11 am UTC

I hate those too. I'd buy one and just put something dumb on it, like "HI THERE!" or a photo of some random object.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Malsies » Fri Aug 15, 2008 6:18 am UTC

For some time, I've been wanting to paint a mural in a bathroom stall. Because you see bathroom graffiti all the time, but nothing that someone has put much effort into.

I guess it would be best to do it in a large restroom, like in a movie theater or a mall. Somewhere that no one will notice if I'm in the stall for a really long time.

If I ever do it, I'll post a picture.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby TaintedDeity » Fri Aug 15, 2008 9:32 am UTC

I'm not sure if I've said this before, but I'm saying it anyway.

I've been drawing little people doing a variety of things on the walls in my school.
There was someone with a bow and arrow, a ballerina, a man doing a headstand, a girl with a balloon, the devil on a radiator and a flying girl drawn for a friend.
They're drawn on skirting boards, the middle of pillars, walls, ceilings etc.

I went into school today to collect my results and they've finally spotted them and rubbed them all off!
Luckily the flying girl drawn for a friend is behind a cupboard so they haven't found her.
I just find the image of one of the school cleaners bending around to rub these tiny little people off of the walls.

I'm going to add some more this year, I'll make sure there's more of them.
I can't decide whether they're going to be angry or sad.
either way, I want to make sure it's a major mindfuck.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby felltir » Fri Aug 15, 2008 9:36 am UTC

If anyone looks at me strangely as I do anything, I assure them that it's "Ok, I'm from the internet."
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby TaintedDeity » Fri Aug 15, 2008 9:42 am UTC

Felltir wrote:If anyone looks at me strangely as I do anything, I assure them that it's "Ok, I'm from the internet."

Hehe, does it work?
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Postby felltir » Fri Aug 15, 2008 9:50 am UTC

TaintedDeity wrote:
Felltir wrote:If anyone looks at me strangely as I do anything, I assure them that it's "Ok, I'm from the internet."

Hehe, does it work?

Normally, yes. I once got "The good bit or the bad bit?" I said "which is which?" and they said "You walk straight so you can't be goatse, so the good bit."
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby TaintedDeity » Fri Aug 15, 2008 9:55 am UTC

Felltir wrote:
TaintedDeity wrote:
Felltir wrote:If anyone looks at me strangely as I do anything, I assure them that it's "Ok, I'm from the internet."

Hehe, does it work?

Normally, yes. I once got "The good bit or the bad bit?" I said "which is which?" and they said "You walk straight so you can't be goatse, so the good bit."

Brilliant, after all, this is why we make references.
We desperately hope someone will understand them and we'll make a friend.
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Postby DaMullet » Sat Aug 16, 2008 6:12 am UTC

If you happen upon me in the street, I'm usually a willing pair of extra hands for a good wacky scheme.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby TaintedDeity » Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:05 am UTC

We should get tshirts printed.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Mr. Beck » Sun Aug 17, 2008 12:08 am UTC

TaintedDeity wrote:We should get tshirts printed.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Mercat » Sun Aug 17, 2008 5:38 am UTC

The other day some of my friends and I were dressed up as the Joker and his henchmen from Dark Knight and had to run into Walmart last minute. Definitely got some good looks out of that. =P
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Postby TaintedDeity » Sun Aug 17, 2008 11:21 am UTC

Mercat wrote:The other day some of my friends and I were dressed up as the Joker and his henchmen from Dark Knight and had to run into Walmart last minute. Definitely got some good looks out of that. =P

Pre-fancydress party shop visits are brilliant.
A whole horde of pirates stopping into the nearest newsagents to grab some booze before heading to a party.
One halloween we had about 10 people of varying ages walking down to the pub dressed in all sorts of things.

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Postby Raiku » Sun Aug 17, 2008 12:35 pm UTC

It's even better when you've been at a camp-I was at this one called Blair Atholl. You're supposed to wear full uniform when you go offsite (Kilts for the win!) every time except for the day of the fancy dress-so there was an army of about 1000 people walking down the streets of pitlochry in the weirdest kit ever... I went as a Jester-come on me! Someone had even built a Dalek!

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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Mercurius » Mon Aug 18, 2008 10:25 am UTC

I have taken to arranging minor flashmobs with some friends.

I think breakdancing in the supermarket car park was probably our best one yet.
You know, I'm not really sure what "socioeconomic class" I am. I'm richer than my parents, I don't have a real job, and my mannerisms tend to match up with whomever I'm talking to.

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Postby Raiku » Mon Aug 18, 2008 10:33 am UTC

Mercurius wrote:I have taken to arranging minor flashmobs with some friends.

I think breakdancing in the supermarket car park was probably our best one yet.


That's cool-people did that before, and the crowd they got was hugemongous!

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Postby |Erasmus| » Mon Aug 18, 2008 10:38 am UTC

I heard today about some person in a town in Wisconsin putting stickers with 'art object' and a price on them on public objects around the place, and thought it was pretty hilarious.

I should replicate this.

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Postby Mercurius » Mon Aug 18, 2008 10:51 am UTC

Raiku wrote:
Mercurius wrote:I have taken to arranging minor flashmobs with some friends.

I think breakdancing in the supermarket car park was probably our best one yet.


That's cool-people did that before, and the crowd they got was hugemongous!


Yeah...this place is pretty small, and lots of my friends are currently absent, but we seem to be getting alright amounts of people showing up.

I heard today about some person in a town in Wisconsin putting stickers with 'art object' and a price on them on public objects around the place, and thought it was pretty hilarious.

I should replicate this.


I approve highly of this.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Kartoffelkopf » Mon Aug 18, 2008 12:30 pm UTC

In our school, a raffle was just announced to guess who will win the Olympics. Now, since it's painfully obvious, and tickets are only 20c each...

A few friends and I decided to buy $5 worth of tickets and write bogus shit on them (the main one was 'Antarctica', but we also had 'Republic of Chad', 'Jesusland', 'Mordland' and 'Union of Soviet Socialist Republics')

Of course as usual I'll be the only one to actually go through with this :roll:

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Postby Mercat » Mon Aug 18, 2008 2:46 pm UTC

Kartoffelkopf wrote:In our school, a raffle was just announced to guess who will win the Olympics. Now, since it's painfully obvious, and tickets are only 20c each...

A few friends and I decided to buy $5 worth of tickets and write bogus shit on them (the main one was 'Antarctica', but we also had 'Republic of Chad', 'Jesusland', 'Mordland' and 'Union of Soviet Socialist Republics')

Of course as usual I'll be the only one to actually go through with this :roll:


I love this.



This was in the news a while back, but the town just up the road from me (sort of a hippie town) knitted a cover for a tree. When I drove back down there a few weeks ago they had also covered a lightpole and a signpost. It's rather cute.
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Lt Greatsocks » Tue Aug 19, 2008 7:09 am UTC

Whilst walking down the street with a large group of friends at three or so in the morning, singing is the only logical option. Don't stop believing is a mainstay.

I enjoy shouting "A lot!," but only when it completely doesn't make sense with the question being asked.

As soon as I get a car, there will be much singing. If I know the words to the song at all, there will be singing. I also plan on blaring me some merzbow.
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Postby Beacons! » Tue Aug 19, 2008 10:23 am UTC

Can't say I really do enough, 'sides my general demeanour. Although recently when I was in Malaysia I offered a ninja crisp to a security guard in a booth out the front of a building site. He didn't want one.
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Postby Grooving Tony » Tue Aug 19, 2008 11:04 am UTC

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Postby Mercat » Wed Aug 20, 2008 7:23 pm UTC

I felt like writing "This desk is not edible" on my desk in mechanics today. We'll see what happens. =)
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Postby Random832 » Wed Aug 20, 2008 9:14 pm UTC

Mercat wrote:I felt like writing "This desk is not edible" on my desk in mechanics today. We'll see what happens. =)


I bet you come back to find teeth marks.

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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Kartoffelkopf » Thu Aug 21, 2008 1:07 am UTC

Mercat wrote:
Kartoffelkopf wrote:In our school, a raffle was just announced to guess who will win the Olympics. Now, since it's painfully obvious, and tickets are only 20c each...

A few friends and I decided to buy $5 worth of tickets and write bogus shit on them (the main one was 'Antarctica', but we also had 'Republic of Chad', 'Jesusland', 'Mordland' and 'Union of Soviet Socialist Republics')

Of course as usual I'll be the only one to actually go through with this :roll:


I love this.

Thankyou!

The Great Raffle-Ticket Debacle is now underway and is HUGE SUCCESS.
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Postby Babam » Thu Aug 21, 2008 1:13 am UTC

I've started making the world weirder by writing upside down!
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Postby The Hyphenator » Thu Aug 21, 2008 1:38 am UTC

Babamthegrunt wrote:I've started making the world weirder by writing upside down!
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Postby Babam » Thu Aug 21, 2008 2:16 am UTC

¡uʍop ǝpısdn ǝdʎʇ sı op uɐɔ ı llɐ ʍou puɐ uɐɥɔ4 uo punoɟ ı sɾ ǝɯos unɹ ı 'ʇı ɥʇıʍ pǝɹoq ƃuıʇʇǝƃ puɐ ɹoʇɐɹǝuǝƃ ʇxǝʇ uʍop ǝpısdn uɐ ƃuıpuıɟ ɹǝʇɟɐ ʇɐǝɹƃ
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby kanavazk » Thu Aug 21, 2008 4:07 am UTC

¡¡¡ooʇ sıɥʇ op uɐɔ ı ¡ʎɐʎ
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Re: Making the world a weirder place

Postby Mr. Beck » Thu Aug 21, 2008 4:10 am UTC

How?

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