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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by miss kermie, May 8, 2012.
I don't think the tv ever even got past the prototype stage XD
Why exactly do you need to wear clean underwear in case you're in an accident? What does your underwear have to do with how you got into a car crash?
I've never heard that before. At first, I thought you meant a different type of accident.... Yes, it is important to wear clean underwear for that....
*You guys can slap me for being gross*
*Slaps Casey for being gross*
Ouch.... Meh, I deserved it.
I think I'm going to like Casey for being gross
Supposedly, so the emergency room docs won't think you're a disgusting piece of filth who never puts on clean underwear. That's an old cultural stereotype particular to WASPs...
In case your pants get caught on your car as you're evacuating from it?
Is that it? Or is it supposedly to make it seem like you didn't end up scaring yourself ****less, literally and figuratively, during the accident?
All of which is rather silly, considering the human body's response to extreme trauma is sometimes to expel whatever's in it. We do at death, anyway. That whole "cleanin' up the departed" thing is not a pleasant-sounding task in ANY regard.
If you think that's gross, then you haven't seen all of me.
Why does winter (especially Christmas) have a magical feel to it?
I think it might be the feeling of nostalgia that makes it really special.
Then again, if people hate Christmas because of bad memories...yeah, I'm not helping with this answer....:/
I think part of it is the fact that the sun goes down earlier, so that for a good chunk of time some of the brightest lights are the holiday decorations in people's windows or yards. It's hard not to feel a little bit of that holiday spirit when that's all you see.
Why exactly did drug stores stop offering things like ice cream, milkshakes, soda, etc?
Why did they have them in the first place?
What other animal names are there that end with the suffix of "ine"? I mean dogs are "canine", cats are "feline", horses are "equine", cows are "bovine", pigs are "swine", what other "ines" are there?
Do you like grits? If you do, do you like to put something in it? Like syrup or raisins?
Actually, Felines are technically Felidae, with a single species called a felid, canines Canidae, canid, pigs Suidae...do you see where I'm going with this?
Separate names with a comma.