What is the Meaning of life Watch

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What is the Meaning of Life? Other than a movie by Monty Python, great movie but in all seriousness. If anyone has any ideas then put them down or just make up something. In my opinion the meaning of life is to live a happy life and that is all that matters. Peace!
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there is an answer

42.

what was the question? who knows!
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(Original post by moose_9_99)
What is the Meaning of Life?
Does there have to be one?
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Does there have to be one?
there has to be a reason why we are all here doesn't there. Or are we just takeing up oxygen?
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The meaning of life is to create children. If you die without creating them, you've failed your mission.
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(Original post by moose_9_99)
What is the Meaning of Life? Other than a movie by Monty Python, great movie but in all seriousness. If anyone has any ideas then put them down or just make up something. In my opinion the meaning of life is to live a happy life and that is all that matters. Peace!
the answer = 42

*damn messages havin to be 10 characters*
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The meaning of life is to create children. If you die without creating them, you've failed your mission.

So your advice to the male youth of the nation is to impregnate as many young women as they can??? As much fun as this sounds, I don't think its the best idea...
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(Original post by lou p lou)
the answer = 42

*damn messages havin to be 10 characters*
i said that already
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(Original post by Ollie)
there is an answer

42.

what was the question? who knows!
sorry, i wandered away from my computer halfway through typing my reply+ now feel stupid for copying ollie 5 posts later. i would delete it but you've all seen my stupidity now.

'great minds think alike. fools never differ'

lou xxx
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Apparently the male's natural instinct is to find a partner who is able to reproduce. They look for shiny hair, a sign of fertility, large hips (hence obsessions with big butts) and big boobs to feed the kids. So maybe the reason for human life is to reproduce, who knows (and frankly who really cares - hmm maybe that's a bit harsh)!
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Apparently the male's natural instinct is to find a partner who is able to reproduce. They look for shiny hair, a sign of fertility, large hips (hence obsessions with big butts) and big boobs to feed the kids. So maybe the reason for human life is to reproduce, who knows (and frankly who really cares - hmm maybe that's a bit harsh)!

If I don't look for those things in a girl then does this make me (a) not male OR (b) not human???

*Ponders his masculinity - YET AGAIN!!*
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If I don't look for those things in a girl then does this make me (a) not male OR (b) not human???

*Ponders his masculinity - YET AGAIN!!*
I guess those aren't the only factors - I guess it depends on what else you look for?!
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What is the Meaning of Life?
........to not discover it.
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(Original post by Juxtapiped)
........to not discover it.

By that theory, we should spend our time not searching for a truth in order to succeed in finding it??? Interesting and it does appeal in a really neurotic philosophical way.....
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By that theory, we should spend our time not searching for a truth in order to succeed in finding it??? Interesting and it does appeal in a really neurotic philosophical way.....

There is no truth but to experience it. (sorry - I'm the typical GCSE psuedo intellectual)
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(Original post by Juxtapiped)
There is no truth but to experience it. (sorry - I'm the typical GCSE psuedo intellectual)

"It is in the experience that truth can become clear" - Sorry, typical random pretentious garbage spouted by a slightly deranged college hanger-on -
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What is the Meaning of Life?
By asking the above question, you are assuming one key thing, which is that life has a meaning. A 'meaning' in this sense is merely a human requirement, what makes you think that the functionality of the universe would also have such requirements?
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Is there a statement to which "why?" cannot be asked? If not, there is no meaning.
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*Realises why philosophy students wear all black and hang around in small packs*
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