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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
asd
#86 - semo [OP]
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I present to you number 21:   
   
www.funnyjunk.com/Random+Fact+Comp.+21/funny-pictures/5125634   
   
 Some one (sorry I forgot who) posted this in the comments of one of my comps. idk what it is but i love it.
I present to you number 21:

www.funnyjunk.com/Random+Fact+Comp.+21/funny-pictures/5125634

Some one (sorry I forgot who) posted this in the comments of one of my comps. idk what it is but i love it.
#201 to #86 - anon id: 76b0b727
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Tardigrades <3
User avatar #202 to #86 - benschien
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looks like a penis with legs
#207 to #86 - anon id: 112b7236
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Tardigrade, commonly known as a water bear.
#215 to #86 - quintonsword
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That .gif
That .gif
User avatar #246 to #86 - CrowbarNinja
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Seabear!
#216 to #86 - neokun
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That gif there is from a program called Cosmos: A Space Time Odyssey.

Its a pretty cool show. Its a documentary with Neil deGrasse Tyson who just explains all kinds of ****.
#250 to #216 - casinoer
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User avatar #242 to #216 - casinoer
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The planet of the Tardigrades
User avatar #93 to #86 - sociocat
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i think is a kind of bacteria called a sea bear that can survive heat poison and electricity
User avatar #107 to #93 - onewithpokerface
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Tardigrades are the toughest anything on the planet. They can survive where 95% of life cannot, including outer space. They are basically nature's badass.
User avatar #194 to #93 - jimydark
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They are animals, bacteria dont have a mouth or feet
User avatar #199 to #194 - sociocat
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ok i just found out it is a micro animal
User avatar #196 to #194 - sociocat
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no they arnt animals because they are microscopic. bacteria do have hands and feet they are just not normally like that
User avatar #200 to #196 - jimydark
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Kingdom: Animalia
Superphylum: Ecdysozoa
(unranked): Panarthropoda
Unranked superphylum: Tactopoda
Phylum: Tardigrada
btw im studying biology, and i saw tardigrade like a month ago they are arthropods
User avatar #203 to #200 - sociocat
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yeah i just found that out. stated in my previous comment
#279 to #86 - leftbehind
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#178 to #86 - valadezization
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it's a tardigrade! microscopic animal that can survive in space.
User avatar #244 to #86 - kakariko
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"Noot... noot"
User avatar #328 to #86 - donalbaine
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Mother ******* tadrigrade.. that daffy little bastad can live for 10 days in the vacuum of space. Look them up, also called "water bears", they're some hardcore little fellas.
User avatar #209 to #86 - lampyridae
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Tardigrade if memory serves correctly. Almost impossible to kill, they can survive in a vacuum, can be frozen for years and still survive and survive extreme temperatures
#284 to #209 - unfortunately
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But you can squish them.
But you can squish them.
User avatar #210 to #86 - thewitchking
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This ************ survives everything!
#193 to #86 - anon id: da474fce
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WTF is that!?

Seriously, WTF is that!?
#145 to #86 - anon id: 700c86c0
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Jesus Christ it looks like a flying eight-legged mole.
#272 to #86 - anon id: 7ade04ae
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Quick, draw a circle!
#247 to #86 - MrsMcDowell
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Seriously... My pizza is now going uneaten... Yuck.
Seriously... My pizza is now going uneaten... Yuck.
User avatar #259 to #86 - madbomber
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it's a Tardigrade, also known as water bear.
#156 to #86 - waarlord
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I believe that is a water bear

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tardigrade
link for info on it.
User avatar #197 to #156 - sociocat
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thats what i said! i called it a sea bear though and i didnt provide a link but gj for doing the full thing
User avatar #162 to #156 - vigorion
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You are correct. They are awesome ******* beasts!
#8 - UnoSkullmanx
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A lot of these are horse ****, obviously, but the one about dogs having a "universal sense" takes the cake. What "energy" do they sense? Life force doesn't actually exist, so that's out of the window. The only website that agrees with that is one dog breed website, which didn't cite any sources, and isn't at all a reliable source in and of itself.
User avatar #78 to #8 - icewraith
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Brain waves you ******, that's why they can sense when you're sad or happy or angry. Even other humans can sense them a little, sometimes.
User avatar #109 to #78 - wiredguy
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I hope you're joking
User avatar #258 to #109 - icewraith
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You'll never know
#226 to #109 - alexanderh
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I don't think he is.
Could also be the magnetic field, as others have pointed out.
User avatar #227 to #226 - wiredguy
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do you have any ******* idea what a magnetic field is?

I'm seriously asking you the question
#235 to #227 - alexanderh
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Nevermind, I tried searching "human magnetic field" on google, and this is the second scientific article: www.sciencemag.org/content/199/4324/81.short

Basically, the human brain does produce a magnetic field near the scalp.
User avatar #241 to #235 - wiredguy
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yes

of course they do

every single difference you can make to charge distribution, has an effect on the entire field of the universe. there is no limit at which magnetic or electrical forces stop working, they just become exponentially weaker

it's still not strong enough for detection by anything other than specialised technological equipment at more than a few millimeters.
#332 to #241 - alexanderh
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Look, I was just saying that humans do indeed produce a magnetic field, and, potentially, it could be used to gauge emotions if you could sense it. I have no idea whether or not dogs can sense it, or if it's strong enough to be sensed by a living being. I will keep looking for sources, and if I find anything that proves your very definite opinion wrong, I will get back to you.
Otherwise, I am convinced that you are right, and dogs can not sense magnetic fields.
#333 to #332 - alexanderh
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And, I have proof that you are right: You need to login to view this link

So, now I personally have an opinion based in fact, with sources to go along with it. This is how I originally suspected it to be (small variations in smell, tone of voice, and our posture), but I was curious and wanted to know.
User avatar #342 to #333 - wiredguy
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the only reason I didn't cite sources was because I honestly hoped no-one wouldn't need them

this is all very basic physics and psychology.

but whatever, props to you for going out and finding one.
#232 to #227 - alexanderh
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Yes. I'm not retarded.
Look, I'm not saying I know what it is or anything of the sort. But look at the replies posted by other people.
Since we use electrical pulses to move our limbs, it's not much of a stretch to believe that we generate a very weak magnetic field around us.
Personally, I don't know what I believe. I haven't read up on any sources, and I'm about to head to bed anyway. If you remind me, I'll try looking something up.
User avatar #237 to #232 - wiredguy
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>claiming to know what a magnetic field is
>instantly proving that you in fact, do not

a field is mathematical.
it does not exist, it's just a model.
when you talk about a field, you're describing a 3 dimensional plane of vectors, where every point has a value for direction and magnitude. those properties being tied into the forces a charged particle would experience at that point in space

so you mean to suggest
if I'm not wrong

that dogs brains, which have no extra organs than ours do
are able to pick up, through the motion of their own charge carriers, exactly what pattern of electrical motion is occurring in the CNS of someone many meters away?

even though the Earth's magnetic field is many thousands of times stronger, enough to move a compass indeed. and we can't feel **** from that.
#331 to #237 - alexanderh
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Okay, first off, I'm not claiming I know **** about what dogs can sense. I'm just saying it's a possibility. And yes, I do know what a magnetic field is.
And yes, some people CAN in fact feel the magnetic field of the earth. My grandfather is one of them. It takes some time, and a compass is much quicker and more reliable, but he can always find the north/south vectors.

And I wasn't saying, with any certainty, that dogs can feel it. I was just repeating the theory of some people here, and providing at least a shred of credibility to their claims.
Personally, I don't really believe these claims. But, at least I look for potential sources, instead of just dismissing it entirely.
User avatar #260 to #237 - icewraith
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It's hilarious to watch you google scientists argue about **** you don't understand.
#261 to #260 - wiredguy
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I'm not taking **** from someone who's arguing we can sense other people &quot;brain waves&quot;
I'm not taking **** from someone who's arguing we can sense other people "brain waves"
User avatar #267 to #261 - icewraith
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You're right, you probably watched all episodes of cosmos, therefore you are a respected member of the scientific community. top lel
User avatar #63 to #8 - imalex
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my dogs sees spirits and bark at them?
User avatar #72 to #63 - turtletroll
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No it doesn't
User avatar #76 to #72 - imalex
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yes it does, its been acting really weird lately, it stares into thin air and barks, sometimes it runs after something
User avatar #94 to #76 - turtletroll
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It could anything. Maybe a invisible walking lasagna bake was outside and your dog chased it to eat it. You cant just jump to it being ghosts
User avatar #98 to #94 - imalex
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being this ignorant and reluctant
User avatar #102 to #98 - turtletroll
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Do you not get what i'm trying to say? You didnt see anything. The dog did and you cant know what he saw so how can you be so sure it was a ghost
User avatar #99 to #98 - turtletroll
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I'm being ignorant?
User avatar #82 to #76 - turtletroll
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that could be Fairies.
#48 to #8 - granath
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Well dogs can, like many species, sense other's energies. Not sure it's a whole other sense though, but rather a bunch of stuff like sight, hearing etc.
User avatar #233 to #8 - fuckoatmeal
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Dogs sense energy all the time. If you ever lived in a haunted house with a dog or seen a dog around someone who might have abused people and animals you will see a radical change in attitude even if nothing was obvious the dog would sense it. Same way they can tell if someone is about to die.
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User avatar #231 to #206 - wiredguy
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and where is the proof?
User avatar #225 to #8 - KINGOFTHESTARS
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>fedora
User avatar #61 to #8 - zaxzwim
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most dogs align themselves to the magnetic field to poop, maybe something to do with that or something?
User avatar #75 to #8 - angelious
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im thinking something like magnetic field or electricity or some other ******** like that...


dont think they ment anything like aura or spirit energy
User avatar #234 to #75 - wiredguy
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it's not powerful enough, especially to conduct through air

you ever seen how much effort it takes something to conduct through air?
mains current, at 230V, only has an arc length of a few centimeters at absolute most

you seriously think weak-ass body signals are going to conduct through entire rooms?
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im throwing in suggestions edison.
#212 to #8 - lampyridae
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I'm pretty certain I read somewhere that living beings give off a sort of energy. Whether or not Doges can pick it up is open to debate

User avatar #230 to #212 - wiredguy
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this is muscle movement

it is nowhere near powerful to conduct through air, only water

you're thinking of sharks
sharks and muscles
#271 to #8 - dickeating
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Actually because of atoms n **** living things have a very slight electrical charge. I'm pretty sure this is what causes the feeling of a room to change when somebody else walks in, as well as a change in the white noise you hear in the background. Pretty interesting ****.
#273 to #271 - dickeating
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'Universal Sense' is an odd theory but it's kinda the same idea, just fed with the whole ''aura'' thing.

For a site that claims to be open minded you guys aren't exactly very accepting of other people's ideas. But then, what did I really expect?
User avatar #341 to #273 - wiredguy
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if you open your mind too wide, your brain will fall out

the problem with these ideas isn't that they're new. it's that they're oldand instantly dismissable
User avatar #34 to #8 - landofbabe
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maybe the magnetic field
#50 to #8 - bakagaijin
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gumdrops and butterflies
#70 to #8 - anon id: b24af619
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I don't know about dogs, but I definitely know that cats can sense emotion. Maybe they just pick up on visual cues, but they do sense it.
User avatar #239 to #70 - wiredguy
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humans do exactly the same thing

being able to pick up on body language is not a super power
User avatar #112 to #70 - yunoavailable
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a lot of animals are very perceptive to our emotions because they notice very small changes in our behavior that most people don't see
User avatar #108 to #8 - onewithpokerface
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Yeah, the dog one is BS, but allow me to correct it since dogs DO have an ability humans don't.

They have a special organ that allows them to pick up pheremones in other dogs urine. It's the reason they smell an area before marking it, they're able to discern a lot of information from it and can subsequently leave their own information.
#111 to #108 - UnoSkullmanx
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I know dogs have different senses than humans, I never said they didn't. Just as Humans have senses that dogs don't have.
User avatar #220 to #111 - snowshark
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My dog licked an electric fence three times once.

Evidently the sense he's lacking is common sense.
#310 to #111 - anon id: e40537e8
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He wasn't disagreeing with you man, chill.
#327 to #108 - drizztrocks
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Not to mention I think this ability for them to "sense" someone before we can comes from their ability to hear muscles moving, unlike us, which can't hear **** compared to a lot of animals.
#238 to #8 - zombiesnipertwo
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Obviously Dogs have Jedi powers
User avatar #30 to #8 - whtkid
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Don't you know that all dogs are Buddhist and can feel the inner energy?
#45 - smokingman
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Come on, &quot;universal sense&quot;?   
&quot;Energy&quot;?   
What's with this hippie ********?   
   
Dogs don't have any more senses than humans do.   
   
You wanna talk about unusual senses?   
Birds.   
Those things can orientate themselves according to Earth's magnetic field.
Come on, "universal sense"?
"Energy"?
What's with this hippie ********?

Dogs don't have any more senses than humans do.

You wanna talk about unusual senses?
Birds.
Those things can orientate themselves according to Earth's magnetic field.
#147 to #45 - anon id: 0beaa0a7
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The energy ******** is obviously fake, but dogs have a LOT of senses humans don't.
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#275 to #45 - dickeating
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Actually because of atoms n **** living things have a very slight electrical charge. I'm pretty sure this is what causes the feeling of a room to change when somebody else walks in, as well as a change in the white noise you hear in the background. Pretty interesting ****.
'Universal Sense' is an odd theory but it's kinda the same idea, just fed with the whole ''aura'' thing.
For people that claim to be open minded you guys aren't exactly very accepting of other people's ideas. But then, what did I really expect?
User avatar #91 to #45 - teoanon
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Aye lets not forget sharks and ****, they can sense electrical waves caused by nerves sending messages throughout the body
#334 to #45 - lolollo
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They read emotions and moods the same way we do, though listening to tone and watching body language. It's only because people don't know any better that it becomes this ridiculousness of "universal sense" and "energy." I've seen people look at operant conditioning and claim it to be "governmental, illuminati mind control." No, bitch, it's just how we learn not to touch dangerous **** in our environment, and make use of **** that'll help us!
User avatar #88 to #45 - eezo
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It's just a badly worded way of saying they can basically feel emotions through a combination of several senses that act as one
User avatar #89 to #88 - smokingman
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Yeah, I know, but it still kinda annoys me.
Besides, we can do that, too.
User avatar #129 to #89 - walhor
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Yeah it sounds kinda wierd but, Wanst it dogs that could sense when their master gets a stroke/seizure right before they get it?
#53 to #45 - xcoreyx
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It's the force
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Excuse me, sir, but contrary to what you might believe, my line of inquiry was directed to the gentleman behind you, apologies for any misdirection I might have caused.


or try "oh, sorry dude I was talking to Adam." ****** not difficult
#68 to #22 - alilmetalkid
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That was hard to ******* read, let alone say
User avatar #104 to #22 - perform
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"almost" impossible.
#141 to #22 - anon id: a934e4fa
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They mean those exact words
User avatar #159 to #22 - missaddie
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How about just 'Sorry, I was talking to ____'
That's pretty polite if you don't talk like an asshole
User avatar #211 to #22 - backandforth
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You sounded like a canadian
User avatar #228 to #22 - popkornking
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It means those exact same words, not phrasing them differently specifically to be polite.
User avatar #256 to #22 - richardw
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yeah but you didint say "i wasn't talking to you" which is what he said while those are the different words with the same use its still different so sorry doesnt work
#289 to #22 - fuckyosixtyminutes
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I usually just smile and say "oh, I wasn't talking to you" *short, apologetic laugh of understanding* and it seems to work fine.
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User avatar #35 to #22 - mettih
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You're not saying "I wasn't talking to you", you are making another sentence (which means the same)
#153 to #35 - anon id: c852736e
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Correct but it's a silly statement anyway. There is no nice way to say "Suck my junk you retarded *******" either
User avatar #167 to #153 - tranquilizer
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Andranadu you're British I'm counting on you on this one
User avatar #168 to #167 - andranadu
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Envelop your lips upon my penile appendage you irreversibly uneducated fecal condiment
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User avatar #195 to #165 - jaggedherp
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Set an alarm and actually have the willpower to not go back to bed.
User avatar #266 to #195 - mazvaddox
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What if I sleep through the alarm man? I've tried to take naps before just to wake up 10 hours later and then I end up repeating the cycle.
User avatar #296 to #266 - lillamy
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If you sleep for just 9 minutes, you will be woken by the alarm. If you throw it away and continue to sleep, however, you will **** up.

Excuse my bad English. Me being Swede.
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that all-nighter reset nap is a ******* dangerous game.
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"Boss, I'm afraid I can go to the office today"
"What happen Joe?"
"I... I...."
"Yes?"

"I NEED COCK NOW NEED COCKS, OH MY GOD DO I GAY, COCKS, I NEED SOME COCKS NOW" *saliva droolling intensifies*
#281 to #84 - lgbarkerinu
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#313 to #84 - organicglory
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User avatar #119 to #84 - klina
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(05/04/2014) [-]
hue, get a load
#13 - leobreacker
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(05/04/2014) [-]
The ducking
The ducking