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    From theoretical physics to basic general knowledge, I'm prepared to waffle on a variety of subjects.
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    Whats your ethnicity and religious belief (if you're a theist)
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Whats your ethnicity and religious belief (if you're a theist)
    I'm white, but my ethnicity is actually Japanese, just from a different dimension were Japanese people are white.

    I believe in religions, having seen one or two of them. I was somewhat afflicted by Catholicism as a child but I've built up an immunity.
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    (Original post by 99DeadBaboons)
    I'm white, but my ethnicity is actually Japanese, just from a different dimension were Japanese people are white.
    Where's that?
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Where's that?
    It's here really, just on the other side of here. I travel back and forth using a special unternet website
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    (Original post by 99DeadBaboons)
    It's here really, just on the other side of here. I travel back and forth using a special unternet website
    Are all your answers sarcastic?
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Are all your answers sarcastic?
    Nope, just waffly, as per the original post
    You can tell they're waffly because once translated into Pneugrecian, they form a perfectly square grid. (Though I am in fact white and a Catholic-raised heavily sceptical agnostic/pretty much atheist.)
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    (Original post by 99DeadBaboons)
    Nope, just waffly, as per the original post
    You can tell they're waffly because once translated into Pneugrecian, they form a perfectly square grid. (Though I am in fact white and a Catholic-raised heavily sceptical agnostic/pretty much atheist.)
    Confused.com. End of questions from me
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Confused.com. End of questions from me
    "Well, I'm basically just providing non-sensical responses to people's posts, or responses based on some incredibly flimsy fictional pretexts."

    Ignore all that, a mind-lobster made me type it.
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    If asked by a mysterious source to state your reasons for not taking your life right this second, what might you reply?

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    (Original post by superdarklord)
    If asked by a mysterious source to state your reasons for not taking your life right this second, what might you reply?

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    Get back in your cage, Amysterious Source! There's still sunlight out! You'll die!
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    (Original post by 99DeadBaboons)
    Get back in your cage, Amysterious Source! There's still sunlight out! You'll die!
    It's actually MISS Amysterious Source. God, it's like young people these days have no manners!

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    (Original post by superdarklord)
    It's actually MISS Amysterious Source. God, it's like young people these days have no manners!

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    We used to... :cry2: but we had to sell them for tap shoes
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    At what temperature does it become too hot?
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    (Original post by 99DeadBaboons)
    We used to... :cry2: but we had to sell them for tap shoes
    Pft ridiculous. Everyone knows that if you dig deep enough directly in the centre of the biggest park in your city there's an underground store of unused tap shoes...don't they?

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    (Original post by superdarklord)
    Pft ridiculous. Everyone knows that if you dig deep enough directly in the centre of the biggest park in your city there's an underground store of unused tap shoes...don't they?

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    But we had no tap shoes to dig with
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    (Original post by 99DeadBaboons)
    But we had no tap shoes to dig with
    Yeh thats so true! Pineapples with chocolate sauce are really delicious but you can't forget about the custard or it ends up tasting like an arm that has third degree burns.
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    (Original post by TartarusEnosa)
    Yeh thats so true! Pineapples with chocolate sauce are really delicious but you can't forget about the custard or it ends up tasting like an arm that has third degree burns.
    I find that sort of offensive, what about arms with second degree burns? Don't they even get a say in this?

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    (Original post by superdarklord)
    I find that sort of offensive, what about arms with second degree burns? Don't they even get a say in this?

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    My father had a second degree. It was in forgery and it was bloody terrible!
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    (Original post by 99DeadBaboons)
    My father had a second degree. It was in forgery and it was bloody terrible!
    But don't you remember the waffles that the moon (the second one) scoffed down after his ninety ninth birthday?
 
 
 
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