Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Winsday Part: 2

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  1. flagrantly fragrant

    @ SeeBea

    If she was an Xbox my disk would be in and out of her a lot.

    Consider yourself one-upped.

  2. And they called it chubby love

    How about “Get angry at it when it won’t let you put your disk in”?

  3. If i would treat her like an XBOX i’d have to sent her back to her mom’s because of the multiple flaws …

  4. @ flagrantly fragrant – lame, try again

  5. orrrrrr

    My girlfriend is like my Xbox, in that if I lose on either of them I batter them repeatedly with a cricket bat, until their a useless pile of shit…

  6. “…I got banned from using her for service violations”

  7. @jelly –

    I don’t think he had any idea what he said – that is what makes it classic! Lmfao!

  8. All great, but Martin FTW.

  9. Dan’s comment wasn’t even particularly clever

  10. I haven’t turned on my xbox in over a year. So I guess I do treat them the same……. 🙁

    And Penny Lane. You are saying “this place is so negative” and you’re having your “ethical/moral doubts”?

    Seriously??? You’ve been one of the most negative people on here. I’ve enjoyed SOME of your comments and never thought anything twice about it, but don’t pretend that everyone else here is so negative and it’s finally getting to you, being surrounded by this, when you have been doing the same thing.

  11. @nashntth I know what pwnage means. It’s a misspelling of ownage which is also not a word. To own someone as in kicking their butt was a slang term way back in the stone age when I was a teenager. I merely theorized that the word pwn or pwnage must have come from someone making a typo when trying to say I owned you or ownage! or whatever, those who witnessed the typo thought it was funny and it became a meme. It amused me that someone would correct the spelling of a “word” that is actually a typo in itself. But I suppose in five years pwn, pwned, pwnage etc will be in the dictionary for school children to look up, if spelling and reading are by some miracle still subjects in school by that time.

  12. @mccowles hahaha, sorry to hear about the er, dry spell.

    in re: pennylane don’t take her to task too harshly. There have been moments where I have recalled something a week or two later that I wrote or said and upon hindsight found my comments overly snarky. I don’t think penny is saying we are terrible and have influenced her to be immoral. I think she is simply reflecting on her own participation and perhaps today, judging herself more harshly in the moment.

  13. sorry *mcowles*

  14. @yaya

    Yeah, I agree with your assessment and I probably overreacted. People here are douchebags sometimes, and when the impersonators were all over the place, I almost left forever, so I’ve been there. I just had an issue with the “ethical and moral doubts” to remaining here part. If you act in a way that you are comfortable with, then it shouldn’t matter if other people are being jerks.

    With that being said, your condolences are much appreciated.

  15. lol, people everywhere are douchbags sometimes, else there would be no need (nor audience) lamebook. But it is rather amusing that no one seems able to recognize their own douchiness, but is expertly trained to spot the douche in others. Such is life I s’pose.

    Good luck on diggin up a box and turning it on ;P

  16. mcowles, exactly. I don’t like seeing myself that way. It has to do with ME, not you. Don’t take it personally. Just thinking out loud. :o)

  17. That was supposed to be a smile! lol

  18. Martin’s comment is really great. Probably the best lamebook entry I have seen. Although, it is notably for it’s cleverness – not lameness – which seems contrary to the point of the website. But then again – lamebook’s tagline promotes it as the funniest and lamest of facebook. I guess Martin’s comment falls into the funny half, particularly since it is placed in a group for wins. In any case: I liked it a lot.

  19. *notable


  20. @ Wednesday #61, I think you mean stwn age.

  21. If I treated mine like my Xbox I’d be cussing her out for cheating.

  22. ^^^^ Win

  23. Actually Martin, he SPELLED “Ridiculous” wrong. But otherwise, good dig.

  24. blarg, “spelt” is fine in British English.

  25. Yep. “Spelt” is fine in British English. As is “Learnt”. American English would be “Spelled” and “Learned”

    I’m not British or American and even I know that 😛

  26. thanks to Noah Webster for Americanizzzing the English Language

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