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moisallgood
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Its the one they call profresh, ive had the undignified pleasure of seeing him before hand. Evidently, with his Jeudeio-Carribean nose, sharper than the finest of African hunting spears, used by samurai to sharpen their katana's, his arse hair beginning at the mid-point of his neck and running down his body to form an ape like tail, ''Horseface profresh'' can easily make a blind man throw-up..
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The brief but wonderful golden age that you refer to began when the Puritans came to power and ended with the return of Charles II to the British mainland. It was an age of great peace and harmony.
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Although it has to be said that the conditions for a return of this age present themselves repeatedly throughout history. With luck the period might dawn upon us, allowing the many witless heads of the hydra that this thread has become to be lopped off at will. Aenor, maybe we'll start with you.
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Please allow me to test your hypothesis. I recommend that to limit casualty numbers you should be the guinea pig.
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The term "guinea pig" was used to denote the subject of an investigation.
This may startle the weak of heart but lopping off only one head rather than many heads will actually limit casualties.
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Removal of one head would be the first stage in testing your original hypothesis.

Lopping off one head could kill the hydra if it previosuly had only one head and a herculean strategy was employed to prevent growth of new heads.
As a further point, regrettably I am unfamliar with the internal anatomy of this particular hydra.
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Ironically, I think this is one of the least humorous threads on TSR.
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yusufu
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(Original post by kingslaw)
Ironically, I think this is one of the least humorous threads on TSR.
i agree with you entirely
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From an innocent bystanders view, one thats profoundly biast to good wit, i summon aenor with the tribute of ''Lord Cackness'', please bow..
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That is why i originally said:
(Original post by Undry1)
a sizable number of the posters on this thread should have been alive at the time when executions of inferior jesters was the widespread fashion
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if this was true then this society would have a lot more substance
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yusufu
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While i have much enjoyed this philosophical debate on the relative strengths of differing methods of hydra extermination, my bed is much more inviting.
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yusufu
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(Original post by Aenor)
The society wouldn't exist because all its members would have been executed before it was founded.
Not all ... only those whose wit was bog standard.
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Exactly, only all of them then.
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moisallgood
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why does Lord Cackness choose to speak such bull so perfusely. I can only see Lucifer's anus as the birth place of this repulsive creature, commonly referred to as "cackness". With a smile similar to a cracked, piss stained toilet bowl and poor Mexican sheep farmer moustache.....

as you try to read this testimony over the brutal whelps of your mother blowing the local Kurdish cheese-maker, you maybe telling yourself the only reason why so many people have offered their views by adding to this forum is because they are jumping on a ‘band-wagon’, that they are only saying these things because they think that humiliating ur cheesy cackness will be funny plus scoring some popularity points. Let me assure you this is No ‘band-wagon’...

You didn't just kill the joke, you broke it's spirit, raped it's wife and kids, then salted the English language so that no jokes could spring forth again.
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Aenor
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Oh god moisallgood, your terrifying accusations make me want to go into a corner and bring forth profuse tears of inadequacy and grief whilst beating my breast and berating myself over the dead body of a once awe-inspiring forum. Before I dig myself into an early grave so as to nourish with my corpse the poisoned soil of the English language, would it be too much to ask why you have this opinion of my admittedly but intentionally cheesy cackness?
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(Original post by Undry1)
Not all ... only those whose wit was bog standard.
The use of a smiley in place of a wittiscism surely means that you would be the first to go. And all this talk of how to kill a Hydra! Ive never heard such banal dross in all my life! Hardly the sharp and witty talk of one who perports to be immune from a hypothetical execution of those with diminished wit!
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(Original post by Joshworkinghard)
The use of a smiley in place of a wittiscism surely means that you would be the first to go. And all this talk of how to kill a Hydra! Ive never heard such banal dross in all my life! Hardly the sharp and witty talk of one who perports to be immune from a hypothetical execution of those with diminished wit!
From your predictable response I can only assume that jealousy is rampant for the vast knowledge of hydra extermination procedures that myself and Aenor possess. I would advise you thus: "Do not mock what you do not understand".
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(Original post by kingslaw)
Ironically, I think this is one of the least humorous threads on TSR.
Intriguingly, 'wit' and 'humour' are not synonymous: 'wit' denotes, nominally, a form of glib percipience; humour, its object. To whit, I have found these pithy [petty?] altercations to be quite amusing in their own right (moisallgood's contributions excepted; I had been under the prior apprehension that blunt objects were the discerning swordsman's preferred media for sharpening, which fact might go on to explain the obtusity self-evident in his own ripostes, but nevermind).

In any case: inasmuch as we strive for irony via every discernible avenue, I shall construe that as a compliment. Carry on.
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(Original post by Profesh)
I doubt that would be wise: I'm actually more verbose when drunk and, some might say, accordingly more likely to suffer a grievous injury (it suffices to say that the two are somewhat inter-related).
Grievous injury you say? I encourage you to commence inebriation of yourself immediately.
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Would you like to buy us the first round, Mrs P?
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