Tuesday, July 24, 2012

A Bit Behind

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  1. carlosspicyweiner

    Did lamebook jump the shark tank while I was gone? This is horrible.

  2. Yeah gee, Spencer… have you had your head up Uranus?

  3. carlosspicyweiner


  4. This reminds me of the time my family and I went to our local austronomy center for a tour. The guide started off quite nice, with a neat demonstration of gravitational force and a quick look at star constellations. Later on, we received a new instructor for explanation on our earth and moon. He was quite attractive, hence why my daughter “accidentally” bent over in her thigh length jeggies in front of him, carelessly placed his hands on her bossoms, and went missing with him during our tour of the solar system. Here, we had a hot-head of a instructor explain each of the “9” planets; including properties as well as shape. He spent a lot of time on Venus and Uranus, but still mentioned Pluto as a planet, which greatly upset my wife, an astrophysicist. They got into a heated argument over the subject and my family and I were eventually asked to leave. That night my wife and I had the raunchiest sex we’d ever had had. It was a good day.

  5. Pluto’s still a planet. In the same way a dwarf is still a human.

  6. Hank, maybe you could write under the nom de plume Wall O. Text.
    Does your keyboard have a spacebar at all?

  7. Pluto’s a dwarf planet, since people protested or something. It’s also the second-biggest dwarf planet in our solar system. Since there’s the word planet, it’s a planet, and that’s enough for me.

  8. I agree with you, mariodragon. It would be exactly like saying a dwarf person isn’t really a person.

  9. ^^ Geez, you guys… What, so you’ll classify Eris as a planet too?

  10. ^what a ridiculous analogy.

  11. @10 was directed to Anne, obviously.

  12. ElizabethBerkelydid

    Has anyone here ever travelled to Pluto? I don’t have very many friends.

  13. ^YOLO

  14. drchalkwitheringlicktacklefeff

    Wait…Pluto’s not a planet anymore!? When did that happen? I’ve been in a coma for decades, by the way. Are New Kids On The Block still together?

  15. ^ Yes, and the US Dollar is still viable.

  16. ^fuck, the US, itself, is still viable (as long as we’re just making up obvious bullshit).

    and yes, franky, it was a ridiculous analogy. you do know where we are, right?

  17. I suppose I could have given my first comment a sarcasm rating but I prefer to keep that shit ambiguous. Keeps people on their toes.

  18. you know who spends a lot of time on their toes?


  19. Ohhh. Sniz-ap!

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