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Old 05-09-2006, 01:46 AM   #1
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In this topic, we did something truly special. We replied in such a way, that the whole topic made sense and be coherent if we read it in reversed direction, from bottom to top. This technically makes this reply the last one of the whole topic.

So, last but not least, I think we can all agree that this was a very interesting discussion. We learned a lot from it, and I can honestly say it made me a better person. Thank you all! You're the best!

Some mod should close this thing now though, it's gone on long enough.
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I think we´ve come far enough in this discussion. I for one, cannot contribute with a single opinion that hasn´t alreday been stated by some other forumite. I agree with some, indeed, but I must confess I think that peasoup wasn´t the best way of solving an argument like that.
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I agree that eating peasoup would make all these problems go away in an instant.
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No, I'm not sure that alcohol actually would solve your problem.

If you ask me then a nice bowl of pea soup would probably do the trick...
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No, I've never tried recreating any scenes from a porno movie like that. I did once try to recreate the scene from the Exorcist though, where she vomits all that green stuff everywhere. I downed a load of vodka, but when I threw up it was all yellow, not green. It caused me to lose my best friend and my job. Dammit! Maybe more alcohol would help, but I don't know how to make my puke green.
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Perhaps John Holmes would be the right person to use as a role model. I don´t think that Bono would be the right person. Anyone who´s tried it before?
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>>>The decay of the morale here concerns me. We cannot have loonies wandering this planet without check. I vote for Bono to stand as a glorious defender of this planet, and an example for us al...*passes out from being hit over the head with a frying pan*<<<


Free at last! Serves you right, evil twin, for trying to pose as me, and undermining my loonyness.

I agree, though, that we need someone that the people can look up to. Since I have to remain slightly anonymous, the people don't know where to look for help. That person can be our contact to the people (while I will of course be what I have always been, the ruler of all humanity) giving them faith we will defeat our enemy. However, that enemy will not be loonies, but rather the Grey Squirrels as always.

So, Bono was suggested. What do my minions say?


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OK, guys, it appears that we might be in more trouble than we thought.

The situation outlined above makes me think that this world needs a defender. There's a choice, I reckon, between me and a token pop singer. Time to choose.

Oh, and I'm a looney! FISHSSSHJSHJHSH!
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But wouldn't that mean that the orbit of the earth would be made unstable by global warming and we'd be likely to plummet into the sun?

I don't know about you lot but that worries me a bit.
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You really had that for lunch? Jeez, it's a wonder you're still alive. I had a chicken vindaloo with extra chilli, and have blown my trousers off with the resulting fallout. Ahhh the wonders of methane!
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Yeah, well stop talking about that film... and GUESS WHAT I JUST HAD FOR LUNCH!!!

Yes, that's right. Another Kit Kat!

Oh, and I was drinking battery acid too.
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Jesus, I can't believe how cool the Chronicles of Riddick is. And I agree with the notion that Vin Diesel is indeed his incarnation.
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I believe Vin Diesel as Riddick is the incarnation (reincarnation? I mean, Jean Luc Picard is basically a person from the future, so Vin Diesel can't be the *re*incaranation, can he?) of Jean Luc Picard. They are both terribly annoying, and I can't stand either of them, no matter how good the movie is they appear in.

Waaah!

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No, we won't lock this thread until Phantom asks us to.

(Sorry for breaking my promise about not posting here anymore. Please continue.)
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I´m outraged!
Perhaps we should have this thread locked! I can´t stand cruelty to animals.
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Look, this Llama is called captain Jean Luc Picard. Maybe he is Picards father..

Wonder if the Llama is teased by the other llamas..
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Did you see that super-gory extended edition of the Chronicles Of Riddick, in which Vin Diesel kills a llama with his bare hands? He's so cool!
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Hey, that gives me an idea... let's talk about gory films!

My favourite gory film is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre; what about the rest of you?
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I just tried doing that, but I severed my arm at the elbow. There's blood and flesh everywhere
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Have you tried using nail scissors to remove the scab?
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