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MIP
moan while stretch‘ i
here is E?
Why is "W" called a doubless
if it' s two his put together?
Account _
Milli All
what" s so
less candy?
tun about getting
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#3 - astarothaufromage (01/02/2014) [+] (4 replies)
Because they vaguely resemble fingers, and it sounds alright
You press harder out of frustration
Your lungs have more space so you can moan better, which flexes those muscles and all
You can push with a long nail
A single "pant" would only cover one leg, it's plural even though there sown together
I don't know, not that many countries even work with that system
To clam you down
You kind of pronounce it as U-U, try to quickly say uuorld, sounds like world
You get people their attention and it's enjoyable for some
A light snack for less money

I'm not trying to be a dick, and feel free to correct me if I'm wrong
#8 - alleksi ONLINE (01/02/2014) [+] (1 reply)
–They look like fingers and are made out of chicken
–If it's an old and used remote, the rubber on the buttons is most likely loose and worn out. Pressing it harder makes it hit the actual "key" better. Never have I pressed the buttons harder when the batteries were dead (because the batteries are ******* dead, it doesn't work when that happens)
–(I assume you're talking about the kind of stretching when you yawn) For physical reasons, it's most likely the side effect of trying to exhale without actually being in an optimal pose for doing so (you really don't exhale with your mouth wide open and muscles are tense). Sociological reason is probably just the need to show others that you're yawning. "People make sounds when they yawn, therefore I must also make a sound, but just a bit exaggerated"
–Use your nail to get in between the rim of the part that's supposed to open and the rest of the package. the connection between the two pieces of cardboard must be sturdy enough to stay closed when it's still at the factory/store/whatever.
–The people of Venice were known as Pantaloni. Among the commedia dell'arte –Italian form of theater characterized by masked actors – there was a Venetian stock character known as Pantalone in French, who wore trousers. The style of trousers he wore became known as pantaloons in English, and from there as pants (although now known as underwear, not trousers). One could therefore make the assumption that the "s" in pants is actually possessive ("of pantalone's"), instead of pluralistic, but of that I am not certain. (note: "pant" is a viable word)*
–E is still used in places (going from A to E). Why it isn't there in others is probably because F standing for Failure just has a greater impact.
–To make the experience less daunting
–there was no distinction between 'u' and 'v' before. You could write the "w" as 'vv' or 'uu', both were correct.
–yes
–Fun things are fun
#13 - Welshhobo (01/03/2014) [-]
1 - Cause they are shaped like fingers
2 - Make a stronger connection with the membrane on the circuit board inside.
3 - Air escaping at an awkward angle
4 - Theyre just mong-proof
5 - Because in 'olde' england you bought hosen, which literally meant hose. You bought two hosen for your legs, or a pair. You bought two hosen - trohosen - trousern - trousers.
6 - 'murica is the only country that does this.
7 - To laugh at you struggling
8 - In cursive you write w as uu. Also probably stems from germanic and/or russian languages where V's are pronounced as U's.
9 - Meh
10 - Marketing
11 - This is the ******** post ive ever seen.
User avatar #11 - yetaxaa ONLINE (01/02/2014) [+] (1 reply)
wait.
You don't have an E grade?
Then how does it make sense that C is average if there aren't two grades either side.
At GCSE level in the UK, it goes all the way down to G before you officially fail.
User avatar #4 - kosicandavid (01/02/2014) [-]
In my country we have A, B, C, D, E and Fx as a grade system on universities. In elementary and high shools we have numerical grades (1,2,3,4,5) where 1 is the best grade and 5 is the worst.
User avatar #2 - obesefury (01/02/2014) [-]
We moan while stretching because it feels awesome.
In many countries it's actually called double V.
The poke isn't useless, it's great for annoying people!

But the fun size one... **** if I'll ever understand why the **** it should be fun to eat less of something awesome.
#1 - anonymous (01/02/2014) [-]
Those of use that are older remember when there was a grade of E.
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