What!??!?!. . what it bodies met had random errors like computers do you go to receive your coffee and accidentally punch the in the face then shit on the floor Human errors
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - muffinssnuffims
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(02/07/2014) [-]
You guys don't get errors?

I mean, cmon. You've never said "You too!" to "Enjoy your food!"

?
User avatar #28 to #5 - maxismahname
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"So what's up"
"Watchin tv"
"Cool, on the computer, you?"
User avatar #16 to #5 - OOOnelsonOOO
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"Theater seven, down the hall to the left. Enjoy the show."

"You too."


Every single time. I work at the theater, people do this every single time, half the time they get really embarrassed, and we all just laugh.
User avatar #7 to #5 - drmedic
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I do believe there was a comic about that with a ******* crazy waitress.
#23 to #7 - tranquilizer
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I uploaded this a while ago, was the first thing I ever managed to get on the front page. It's not mine but I had not seen it on FJ before.

I didn't know which one to reply so I'll mention muffinssnuffims
#41 to #23 - drmedic
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Well thank you good friend!
#8 - rabidaardvark
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Dont we already get errors? Like cancer and Cystic fibrosis and stuff which happen because one line of code in our DNA is messed up?
User avatar #9 to #8 - lexausaurusrex
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disease are more like virus than random errors ... errors would be more about sleep walking or something like that disease may be a cause for error but are not error themselves
User avatar #30 to #9 - cookiel
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I see the logic to what he says in regards to genetic disease and such. Not sure on if cancer is genetic or not but Cystic Fibrosis is. I mean over the years human DNA has mutated (for better and for worse) and every human contains the recessive gene for like 42 different genetic defects (I forget the exact number but 42 sounds right) and that's why incest often results in deformed or tard babies. I mean look at Geoffrey from Game of Thrones, you can easily tell he's ****** up due to incest Tis a joke
#32 to #30 - wimwam
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Certain genetic makeups can make a person more susceptible to cancers. Several mutations have to occur in a single cell before it becomes cancerous and reproduces like mad. If someone already has one of those mutations, it makes them statistically more likely to get the rest through random mutation.   
   
Fun fact- the heterozygous form of cystic fibrosis actually confides resistance against Typhoid fever.   
news.harvard.edu/gazette/1998/07.09/CysticFibrosisG.html   
   
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Certain genetic makeups can make a person more susceptible to cancers. Several mutations have to occur in a single cell before it becomes cancerous and reproduces like mad. If someone already has one of those mutations, it makes them statistically more likely to get the rest through random mutation.

Fun fact- the heterozygous form of cystic fibrosis actually confides resistance against Typhoid fever.
news.harvard.edu/gazette/1998/07.09/CysticFibrosisG.html

Gif unrelated
#10 to #9 - rabidaardvark
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I'm not talking about the diseases you catch from viruses, which are exactly what computer viruses are named after, I'm talking about the ones you get simply for being the way you are, because theres a problem in your programming code.
#26 - atoaster
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Cancer. It's called cancer. A genetic glitch in your DNA.
Cancer. It's called cancer. A genetic glitch in your DNA.
User avatar #35 to #26 - butterduck
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I always imagine the human body as a computer.
Eyes=Monitor
Mouth=Speaker
Speaking=Typing
Hands=Mouse
Organs=All other ****
Legs are nothing.
#46 to #35 - roddor
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The eyes can't be a monitor, the eyes should be the webcam. The monitor is for SHOWING, not seeing.
The eyes can't be a monitor, the eyes should be the webcam. The monitor is for SHOWING, not seeing.
#51 to #46 - butterduck
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**butterduck rolled a random image posted in comment #3 at Punland Ball **
Well, the eyes are showing you the world <_>
User avatar #24 - jswain
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Yeah don't you hate it when you're walking down the street and all of a sudden you scream "SEGMENTATION FAULT CORE DUMPED" then proceed to collapse and have a seizure?
#25 to #24 - jozvan
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User avatar #21 - helenwheels
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one I can think of is when the ankle quits and just move and you trip on the side of your foot.

You guys know what I mean?
User avatar #22 to #21 - kinginyellow
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Or when you hit somebody in that perfect spot on their spine and it makes them take a few steps involuntarily.
#34 - faimbot
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I get those errors all the time.
I get those errors all the time.
User avatar #33 - hyeroshi
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Sometimes one of any of my appendages randomly convulse and shiver for no reason for about a second.
User avatar #36 to #33 - lolfire
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It's cancer.
#39 to #36 - hyeroshi
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Well damn.
User avatar #42 to #33 - mrmarcooler
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You could possibly have Tourettes Syndrome.
I have it, and those kind of tics are the most common ones for me.
Suddenly my arm shoots out to my side, or often right in my own face, and I don't have time to react.

Do you ever catch your body doing other random things without warning? Like, kicking the back of your other leg with every second step, blinking excessively, making strange noises... Or even forced thoughts like needing a matching number of rotations in games and the like.

Sorry about the "rambly" nature of the text. Formatting information in the middle of the night is not my strongest side.
User avatar #43 to #42 - hyeroshi
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It's pretty uncommon and mostly a random shake at the most, and if it happens it's normally once a day if not once every three. I've got habitual ticks and noises that I make, but I'm pretty much in full control of them.
User avatar #45 to #43 - mrmarcooler
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Alright. It might just be a more common "glitch". Like your body thinking an arm wants to sleep, but won't let it. So it jolts back to life.
Almost like the thing that happens when a step is missing.

And if you're in control of your stuff, you probably have nothing to worry about. Tourettes is pretty much defined for being uncontrollable. Somewhat suppressible, but not without great effort. Or meds. Ew.
User avatar #40 - fukkentyranitar
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So basically like epilepsy, narcolepsy, cancer, sickle cell, albinism and downs syndrome?
User avatar #47 to #40 - lecorbi
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Yeah, but only temporary ****

Unless you become albine just sometimes
(that would be hilarious)
User avatar #11 - propanex
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I can think of a few errors.

Mainly cancers and ****, diseases, and disorders.
#15 to #11 - pathasgum
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viruses :3
User avatar #18 to #15 - propanex
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infections
User avatar #2 - Lambda
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Have you ever walked into a room and forgotten why you went in there?
#6 to #2 - anon id: 9af8db70
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Science says this is a defense mechanism, look it up it is interesting.
User avatar #13 to #6 - vixvaporrub
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Just did. That's actually really cool, thanks anon!