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User avatar #1 - tainted (04/12/2013) [-]
Do not tick this box if you do not, not want the opposite of this statement to be the alternative to what you do not want the answer to the question 'Do you want your iPod engraved?' to not be.
User avatar #46 to #1 - cormy (04/13/2013) [-]
This is bogus, this box is asking us whether or "not we want the opposite of that statement to be the alternative to what you do not want the answer to the question 'Do you want your iPod engrave?' to not be" and isn't going to change anything on your iPod. The purpose of this box is : Depending on your answer to the question within the statement, the statement itself will "be the alternative to what you do not want the answer to the question 'Do you want your iPod engrave?' to not be."
And so depending on your answer, this entire statement will change to either "I do want my iPod engraved." or "I do not want my iPod engraved", depending on whether you do or do not want it engraved.
If you do want it engraved it will change to "I do not want my iPod engraved" as that is the alternative to what you >do not want the answer to not be.< double negative so it becomes the alternative to what you want it to be.
If you do not want it engraved, it becomes "I do want my iPod engraved."
Either way you are only changing this statement, and not to outcome to whether or not your iPod gets engraved.
User avatar #15 to #1 - bulbakip ONLINE (04/13/2013) [-]
I love English. My favorite phrase to use irl: "I'm not saying I wouldn't bang her" or "I'm not saying I'm not aroused". Most humorous with sexual connotation.
User avatar #49 to #15 - cormy (04/13/2013) [-]
You say you love english? Can you verify that my attempt to decypher his statement was correct?
User avatar #2 to #1 - bumbojumbo (04/12/2013) [-]
k
#50 to #2 - anonymous (04/14/2013) [-]
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