Post a picture, entertain me!

Jonman wrote:
MeatMan wrote:

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Sporting equipment?

Own up - who's been wearing my running shoes on their dick again?

"Again", not so much. "Still", yes.

Miashara wrote:
Jonman wrote:

Sporting equipment?

Own up - who's been wearing my running shoes on their dick again?

That would be me.

What? You think I do it for the points?

I would assume you did it for the arch support and blister reduction, but what the hell do I know?

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(I see what they did there...)

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MeatMan wrote:

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It's missing the best bit, where people were shouting "THREE" at him, and he half-trembled his next finger up.

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tuffalobuffalo wrote:

Heheh

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I realize I'm late to the party, but as someone who uses Forier Transforms on a regular basis, I found this absolutely hilarious. It's now on my wall.

maverickz wrote:

I realize I'm late to the party, but as someone who uses Forier Transforms on a regular basis, I found this absolutely hilarious. It's now on my wall.

I'm glad someone else found it funny. I had to do some of that stuff in college for a mathematical science major, but it's been awhile. I remember this one teacher I had in high school who would occasionally screw with people and do fake proofs. Hilarious! Math professors in college with a sense of humor are always the cheesiest and best.

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There are two common expressions my students here in Greece use that work fine in the UK, but I warn them against using in the US.
I actually heard the first one my first week teaching in a classroom here,
"Does anyone have a rubber I can borrow?"
I stood dumbstruck as I awaited the outcome. Only to discover the kid wanted an eraser.

The other one didn't occur until summer, waiting in line for ice cream.

"Can I have two balls of chocolate?"

I teach my students "scoops" before they go anywhere near the US.

Genuine madness. Approved.

Sku Boi wrote:

The Witcher "deal"

Wow, that's some horrible math right there...

sometimesdee wrote:
Sku Boi wrote:

The Witcher "deal"

Wow, that's some horrible math right there...

Can I get two of those?

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CNet[/url]]The Metropolitan Museum of Art owns what may be the world's oldest d20 die. It's made out of serpentine and looks to be in remarkably good shape for its age.

The die is a little over an inch tall. The symbols carved into the die appear to be of Greek origin, in keeping with it coming from the Ptolemaic Period.

Met catalogue record: http://www.metmuseum.org/collections...

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CNet[/url]]The Metropolitan Museum of Art owns what may be the world's oldest d20 die. It's made out of serpentine and looks to be in remarkably good shape for its age.

The die is a little over an inch tall. The symbols carved into the die appear to be of Greek origin, in keeping with it coming from the Ptolemaic Period.

Met catalogue record: http://www.metmuseum.org/collections...

"Hey, Demetrios, wanna come over to my mum's taverna and play Labyrinths And Minotaurs?"

Looks about the same quality as Chessix *HEYO!*

Vanilla Ice has a line of designer lighting. http://lightlightsbaby.com

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FeralMonkey wrote:

Vanilla Ice has a line of designer lighting. http://lightlightsbaby.com

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Yeah, he's a contractor or something now. He had a show on the DIY Network flipping some house.

FeralMonkey wrote:

Vanilla Ice has a line of designer lighting. http://lightlightsbaby.com

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Lights, Lights, baby ?

Now you have this coming

Yes, that's the URL.

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Reminds me of one of the best sportsball championship jokes I heard a couple years ago about Giants versus Rangers. I don't remember what the joke was, but it involved D&D, so make it up yourself.

Gravey wrote:

Reminds me of one of the best sportsball championship jokes I heard a couple years ago about Giants versus Rangers. I don't remember what the joke was, but it involved D&D, so make it up yourself.

As I remember in older versions of DnD rangers got a bonus in combat against giants. thatsthejoke.jpg

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Trachalio wrote:

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There are two common expressions my students here in Greece use that work fine in the UK, but I warn them against using in the US.
I actually heard the first one my first week teaching in a classroom here,
"Does anyone have a rubber I can borrow?"
I stood dumbstruck as I awaited the outcome. Only to discover the kid wanted an eraser.

The other one didn't occur until summer, waiting in line for ice cream.

"Can I have two balls of chocolate?"

I teach my students "scoops" before they go anywhere near the US.

For some reason this calls for this:

I was going to post a pic of that myself, but decided against it for some reason.

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