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Can't Believe He Said That. Even My Reply Was Dumb

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on March 23, 2002 04:17:47 UTC

Let's keep those dumb ideas coming, Yanniru.

More dumb ideas (inspired by Yanniru)

1) Eat dog food and yell whatever a squid says.

2) I can't think of any more. I'm uncreative.

3) Go back and get all Yanniru's posts and
place all the ones under 30 words end to end in a single post.
Sing this composition to an instrumental accompaniment of Handel's Messiah.

4) Invent a new periodic table of the elements by assigning a number to each element based on how much you would like it poured over your pancakes. Call it Yanniru's Pancake Syrup of the Elements.

5) Be a post-contrarian, who devolves every logical concept to its necessary unthinkable opposite, then, although the opposite is found nowhere, launch a crusade against it.
Find someone who to say they're for it even though it never existed; then lie and say they are a spy and they're actually against it but trying to trick us. Have that person claim you're trying to exclude them using reverse discrimination. Pour pancake syrup on anyone nearby and say, "Shoogelaboolu!"
Run for political office and claim Yanniru not only endorsed you, but gave you life by sewing your head on a paramecium and ran electricity through himself.

Thank you.

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