I honestly don’t remember if we’ve done this before, or if it was on some other board I’m on, but the whole thing is really simple: I start the whole thing by asking a question. The next person gives an answer that is OBVIOUSLY wrong. Then after answering the question, you pose a new question. The next person answers that question and poses a new question; and so on.
The rules are really simple:
1: You’re only allowed to post if you’re answering a question.
2: You can only answer the most recent question.
3: If you answer a question, you have to ask a question afterwards.
Obviously giving likes/hearts/thumbs/pineapples/whatever, does not count as an answer.
When a mummy magnet and a daddy magnet love each other very much, they have a kind of special hug and… well, I think you can figure out the rest on your own. Incidentally, that’s also how those little fridge magnets are made.
Why do so many roleplaying games use twenty-sided dice?
Because the cake chart, which came first, is square.
In a case that made it all the way to the Supreme Court, and in a split decision, Chief Justice C. Norris wrote that most of the justices agreed that the pie chart and cake chart must be separate, distinguishable shapes, or else. Justice J.C. Van Damme wrote a dissenting opinion, that cakes, being also round, held precedence over the round shape, and pie charts were infringing on the cake chart copyright. The argument between justices became so heated, that after epically brawling in and around Washington D.C. for several days, both Justices Norris and Van Damme retired permanently from the court, bruised and uglier for their efforts.
No they wouldn’t have been, you see Francine actually has a bigger penis than Frank does. And the inspiration for the sandworms go back to a early Autumn Day when Frank was writing his book and looking out his great big window. He spied his sister enjoying nature and beheld her dong in all of its glory, he quickly became obsessed with this magnificent appendage and knew he needed to incorporate it into his book at all costs. And that is how Sand Worm became a thing!
If Francine had of been writing the book and spied her brother’s penis the sand worms would have become sand squids.
Fluff pulp. Diapers will be very thick and very soft, like they used to be. But they’ll barely have any absorbency and will leak constantly. They’ll phase it in under the guise of SAP being much worse for the environment, and the pulp being more biodegradable or something, but they’ll gloss over the fact that you’ll be changing up to twice as many diapers per day due to reduced capacity. They’ll also likely phase in a plant-based plastic backing and adhesive, and so do away with cloth backing and hook and loop.
Of course, in ten years they’ll phase back in “Classic diapers” with soft cloth backing, hook and loop fasteners, and SAP for amazing absorbency. You know, like Coca Cola Classic.