Monday, April 4, 2011

Oh Baby!

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  1. Why would they blur out ONLY the first names on the DNA results when they are in the description of the photo?

  2. It seems that today is somebody’s first day working at lamebook.

  3. Okay, I laughed at the second one.

  4. Off to FB to search for Anthony Keeton.

  5. Apparently being a retard is a pre-requisite for working at Lamebook….

  6. Sam’s mommy doesn’t look much older than Sam.

  7. I’d totally smash Sam’s mommy…

  8. For anonymity, we refer to the subject as Anthony K. Wait, that’s too vague. Call him A. Keeton.

  9. Caucasian .. hm.

  10. ifitwerentformyhorse

    Uhh… Yeah… Let’s cross out Anthony and Jasper’s first names to preserve their anonymity.

    The second one seems to happen a lot. People never learn. But hey, she looks cute.

  11. The second one gave me a small laugh, but then I immediately thought that they’re both idiots for thinking pulling out is birth control anyway.

  12. Buzz Killington

    @douchetastic : “pulling out” (aka coitus interruptus) is a perfectly legitimate form of birth control. When used correctly it’s failure rate is 4% compared to 2% for a condom. Not much of a difference in my opinion. Plus you get the added benefit of busting all over the chick!

  13. @buzz that is the dumbest thing I ever heard. Women do not all ovulate at the same time, and they can get pregnant on days near it too.

  14. I don’t mind the adult so much, but well done on protecting the identity of a minor Lamebook. Bravo!

  15. @Buzz Killington; even Wikipedia knows that it’s only a failure rate of 4% when it’s used perfectly. Most people who attempt to use it will have a failure rate as high as 28%.

  16. All these percentages have given me a headache. So no sexytime in this budoir tonight.

  17. It might be just me, but when we’re talking about creating a new life, a 2% difference is HUGE.

  18. @ mika. It’s 2 1,000,000th of a percentile. Check your decimal point. That’s not HUGE.

  19. ifitwerentformyhorse

    @mika – I second grranimal’s comment, and also, DNA tests are never actually 100%.

  20. #18, I think mika’s point is that if there’s a a slight but still probable chance that something ‘lifechangingly’ permanent could happen then the odds seem HUGE although they are not. Even math and statistics have to bow down to fate sometimes.

    ^and yes I know it’s a red herring but I just wanted to take that condescending tone in your post and shove it up your ass. Fuck you for looking down on someone because you’re seemingly better in one area of knowledge than he/she is. I hate your type.

  21. @grranimal You know, as hard as a squint at Buzz Killington’s post, I do not see a decimal point. I was using that as a reference.
    Even so, saffer is right–a major event makes odds seem bigger than they are in reality. It is exactly what I meant. (Also, thank you, saffer!)

  22. Wait a tick. I wish I could edit right now. Grranimal and ifitwerentformyhorse, did you believe I was thinking of the original post? I meant the difference between the pull out method and using a condom… (I guess it’s partially my fault for not completely clarifying. Oops!)

  23. Oh I read the comment in the second one as “trust me baby I’ll put out” until I read all your comments. Ahh well, I suppose both are true.

  24. ifitwerentformyhorse

    @saffer – When the fuck did I say I was better than mika? Maybe you were the one looking down on her and projected your own issues on me. Get off the steroids and stop overreacting.

    @mika – Oh, gotcha.

  25. granimalm, it’s 2 10,000ths of a percent (or percentile, if you are trying really hard to sound like you know what you’re talking about and are really confused about if you’re supposed to move your decimal point two extra places or not and you hope that if you get it wrong nobody calls you out for being a fucking dumbass).

    But it was probably pretty clear to most people with half a brain that mika was only talking about the difference between 4 and 2 anyway.

  26. ifitwerentformyhorse

    @Walter – I get a little dyslexic when I’m tired and my eyes look like this: O_O
    So that’s my excuse.

  27. @horse apologize to Saffer. NOW!

  28. ifitwerentformyhorse

    Hahahaha! Y U so mad tho? 😛

  29. The failaasault “fail humor” award goes to…… This awesome mom

  30. Not to take away mika’s point, but yes had bad day yesterday and it’s quite embarrasing how it’s cemented on the net. Anyway sorry Horsey. kisses.

  31. ifitwerentformyhorse

    Saffer, I don’t normally kiss strangers so early in the day, but I’ll make an exception this time.

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