Random Fact Comp. 27. Number 26: /Random+Fact+Comp.+26/funny-pictures/5131003#.. >Be robber in Switz >Knows about them fake cars >See like 7 of them >Disgon'begood.jpg >MFW I got arrested inside the police station Random Fact Comp 27 Number 26: /Random+Fact+Comp +26/funny-pictures/5131003# >Be robber in Switz >Knows about them fake cars >See like 7 of >Disgon'begood jpg >MFW I got arrested inside the police station
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#2 - sinery
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(05/08/2014) [-]
>Be robber in Switz
>Knows about them fake cars
>See like 7 of them
>Disgon'begood.jpg
>MFW I got arrested inside the police station
#61 to #2 - captnnorway
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Once again someone proves the comment section is the part of FJ ...
Once again someone proves the comment section is the part of FJ ...
User avatar #78 to #61 - schwerdaddy
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I always thought comment section was a live feed from an external site.
User avatar #113 to #78 - niggastolemyname
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wot
User avatar #32 - sonnyboii
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I feel theres been about three different "The most difficult tongue twister"s on these comps so far
#107 to #32 - anon id: 47f8c920
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I remember one other saying 'One of the most difficult'
User avatar #137 to #32 - nikolaier
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i remember seeing the shortest and the longest tongue twister
User avatar #157 to #32 - endermite
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One that i could never say
"Irish Wristwatch"
#3 - crazyolitis
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Another fun fact about Koko the gorilla: she once ripped out a sink from the wall, and then when asked who did it, she blamed the cat.
Another fun fact about Koko the gorilla: she once ripped out a sink from the wall, and then when asked who did it, she blamed the cat.
#7 to #3 - youxbarstard
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Cats made her do it.
#5 - narcomancer
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Christian aheism is actually pretty cool
#59 to #5 - mahoukenji
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I don't really believe so. Essentially, Christianity is what we call a "slave morality"; as opposed to the "master morality" that their pagan Roman overlords held at the time. For the Romans, "good" was what made you feel good. Eating good food, having good sex, making lots of money, and killing lots of people in battle for glory. But these things, to the Christians, are sins. Slave morality is belief that the things their masters did are wrong, and that living like a slave is right; things like wearing plain clothes, eating only enough to keep you alive, not committing acts of lust (the poor at that time were universally dirty, diseased, and unattractive; beauty was a luxury afforded to the wealthy) are seen as good. This was almost an act of rebellion at first, but the thing is, a group of people who believe that the greatest good is to essentially live like a slave in a physical and emotional sense make a really good workforce for the elite. Christian serfs don't rebel when you treat them like ****, they believe hard work is a virtue, they never try to steal your money or your daughters, at least in theory. So the Romans made the official religion Christianity, and everyone with money only practiced it in name, and Christian Europe went on to advance far beyond the rest of the world and become the controlling imperial force, all on the backs of peasants who believed in a moral system that made being a slave the highest virtue.

tl;dr Even the morals of Christianity are pretty messed up in my opinion, following them to the letter is essentially asking to be subjugated by other people and I don't believe one can live a fulfilled life by constantly denying oneself.
#145 to #59 - thetraezgoby
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Friedrich would be proud
User avatar #171 to #59 - shadylight
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I'd more or less call that an abuse of morality, its the people not the idea that **** up things.
#28 - badboyscout
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I do fit the description << sigh>>
#34 to #28 - anon id: 587a9cf9
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sotp supporting the stereotype you aUTISTIC CUNT. ill murder your food,
#168 to #28 - beamhead
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So does all of tumbler
User avatar #33 to #28 - duedum
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youre a special snowflake
User avatar #30 to #28 - bounod
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Correlation does not imply causation.
#174 to #30 - anon id: 14ec0390
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Well, correlation DOES imply causation. But it doesn't necessarily mean causation.
#37 - Hightower
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Aladdin as an arabic name, the story came from 1001 Arabian nights.
User avatar #233 to #37 - hawaiianhappysauce
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That was my thought too. It was also about the 40 thieves, which was an Aladdin sequel.
#276 to #233 - Hightower
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Ali-baba and the 40 thieves was not a sequel to Aladdin, it was another of the stories Scheherazade told the sultan in 1,001 Arabian Nights.

Scheherazade was the bride of a sultan who was famous for killing his wives after he had his way with them, because his first wife had been unfaithful, and he assumed all women were incapable of being faithful. He did this so many times that there were no virgins left in. The vizier had a daughter, Scheherazade, who volunteered to marry the sultan. On their wedding night, instead of launching into the typical wedding night festivities, Scheherazade asked the sultan if she could tell him a story. The sultan agreed, so she began. At the end of the night, the tale was not finished, so the sultan spared her life so she could continue the following night. Every night Sherazade would finish the tale from the night before, and begin a new one, always leaving the night's tale unfinished. And so for 1,001 nights she kept her life.
#4 - asugar
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I didn't find any of these facts that interesting.   
   
Here is a gif of Jareth playing with his balls.
I didn't find any of these facts that interesting.

Here is a gif of Jareth playing with his balls.
#66 - Buhadog
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**Buhadog rolled image** where gorillas actualy go after death.
User avatar #73 to #66 - letrollzor
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Wouldn't that be more like right before death?
#80 to #66 - anon id: 214d317b
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do your tits hang low
do they wobble to and fro
can you tie them in a knot
can you time them in a bow
do
your
tits
hang
low
User avatar #86 to #80 - sociocat
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you didn't say the part about putting your tits over your shoulder
User avatar #94 to #86 - vonspyder
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like a continental soldier.
User avatar #208 to #66 - organicglory
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she runs up into your house and demands you to eat her out

what do you do?
#271 to #66 - nao
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#162 to #66 - gagonmycack
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Ugh that's ******* disgusting. Kel-tec PLR-16s are ****
#42 - squidington
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Will you make up your mind about the hardest tongue twister?
I'm pretty sure you've said 3 times, about 3 different tongue twisters being the hardest, if they're joint, make it 1 fact
#65 - letting
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Welp, I'm ******.
User avatar #88 to #65 - sociocat
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Everyone is