This guy’s humor was priceless. This guy’s humor was priceless… geniusquotes.net/quotes-about-girls/. Ralph Harrison.. The fridges are useful in those places they keep the food from freezing to normal temperature . funny
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - aytoktonik
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The fridges are useful in those places they keep the food from freezing to normal temperature .
#14 to #1 - anon id: 6829a0ea
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so you're saying it's like a microwave?
User avatar #15 to #14 - aytoktonik
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Well you use the fridge to keep our food or drinks from getting hot, melting or rotting they use the fridge to keep their food drinks from getting deeple frozen . Drinking a soft drnk or water and eaing something is not easy when it -30C right ?
User avatar #5 to #1 - zantox
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Is this true? I thought it was warmer in igloos than it was outside, and alot warmer than normally believed.
User avatar #6 to #5 - charagrin
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You are correct. I went on a RV trip with my grandparents as a kid and we went through North Canada and Alaska, and one of the camps had a small touristy demonstration of Inuit life, including an Igloo. They didn't heat it at all. Wat they would do is when they first build a new snowshelter, they would use a candle to warm it to tolerable temps, and then highten it to a small hole in the ceiling so all the heat escapes, leaving them with light. Their own body heat and breathe would maintain the temperature despite it being like -20 outside.
User avatar #67 to #5 - hydraetis
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Exactly. They don't have an option to just keep the food cool (leave it inside, gets warm. leave it outside, freezes)
#21 to #5 - killerofcows
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if its true or not I dont know, but I have heard what he said before

and also, igloos as pictured in the content isnt common at all although I dont remember if they had normal houses or what the difference were
User avatar #11 to #1 - temporarily
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Hello Ralph
User avatar #19 to #1 - tetroll
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Electricity *****...
User avatar #35 to #1 - jaegarbombastic
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Guys guys chill out it's obviously Ralph Harrison.

The best ******* salesman there is.

I'm onto your game Aytoktonik.
#38 to #1 - braddlesxp
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Did Ralph Harrison make you believe that?   
   
Mother   
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RALPH
Did Ralph Harrison make you believe that?

Mother
*******
RALPH
#2 - roosterking
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What about this guy
User avatar #68 to #2 - hydraetis
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That should be in all caps.
User avatar #80 to #2 - asmodeu
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"Billy Mays here with 2 easy steps I can climb over these seats and kick you right in the ******* balls"
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User avatar #69 to #2 - ElcieFuckTheSystem
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I miss him to pieces... I'm sure he's in the afterlife partying like it's $19.99
#13 - phudgepacker
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Just bought one of his gallery books.
User avatar #23 to #13 - sociocat
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i have like five ofhis books
User avatar #77 to #13 - theexplodingcheez
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I have 3-5. it's interesting that only the last 2 have color.
User avatar #16 to #13 - spamalope
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I bought the last one of his gallery books last week
#30 to #13 - iforgotmypasswords
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My *****
#82 to #30 - vohcaz
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You hurt my neck, so i decided to spare others the pain
User avatar #39 to #30 - dragonicangel
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I have that book somewhere... just gotta find it.
Will post pics if needed.
#34 - furiousmarshmellow
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#33 - nywrestler
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Far Side comics were ******* awesome.
User avatar #60 to #33 - deadmuerto
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*are
#46 - failtolawl
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Dumping because thumb whore
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User avatar #71 to #49 - tacticalhog
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The comic is:
Cave man on to: " It's a mammoth"

Caption: "The first microscope is invented."
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#70 to #65 - uselessstories
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Speaking of ants. When I was a child, I saw an ant hill. So I poked it with a stick then went to my friends house because I didn't have much of an interest in the ants.
#8 - thatonesouthernkid
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check out the argyle sweater and tundra. I swear those cartoonists were directly inspired by Larson himself.
#26 to #8 - eutherin
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Where do i find tundra?
User avatar #37 to #26 - thatonesouthernkid
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i dunno, i usually just read them in the paper.
#40 to #37 - eutherin
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darn
User avatar #43 to #8 - lieutenantderp
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assburgers
User avatar #61 to #8 - thepandaking
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that is Larson's work, isn't it?
User avatar #63 to #61 - thatonesouthernkid
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nope. Scott Hillburn. i swear, he is larson's apprentice.
User avatar #74 to #63 - thepandaking
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that looks exactly like Larson's work though :|
not arguing that it's Larson, I'm just really surprised an artist would take after another's style so much, it makes him look kinda bad to me but I don't know the whole story
User avatar #27 - junkinator
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I don't imagine it would be very hard to sell Igloos to those people. Living in a fridge seems very nonsensical
User avatar #10 - blewws
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At first I was like, that's not Bob Thaves! That's Gary Larson! Then I spent an extra 2 seconds looking at the picture and realized that was stupid.
#17 - baitdoesnttalkback
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i dont get why this is funny
User avatar #18 to #17 - yunoavailable
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he sold fridges to people living somewhere that is frozen year around