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August 27, 2018



(Thanks to jon harris)


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It's not kinky, he spuddered...

At least it didn't involve lemons, because that would be weird.

"It felt the right thing to do at the time."

In that case, sir, you are free to go. And take a complementary bag of lemons with you.

A consequence of this! https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/lacy-bras-men-now-thing-13137511.amp

Were the potatoes Idaho? Because that would explain it.

(think about it)

I remember the Good Old Days when calling some guy a "masher" had nothing to do with potatoes.

We might as well just shred the magda carta.

Hey, Judi, I didn't know you did themes (or memes)?

MDMA--is that somehow related to those fundraisers on Labor Day Weekend? (I'll bet thats why they never find a cure!)

there is a lesson for all of us in this story: never buy your mind-altering drugs on the Dark Web; total rip-off.

Could this be why?

Potato baths are supposed to be healthy, but I could sleep with all those eyes around me.

Correction: I could NOT sleep with etc.

Why were those potatoes wearing a bra? And how big was it to fit around all of them?

This is exactly what happens when you have to deal with the metric system every day.

Maybe he was getting in training for this event.

Spuds wrestling with spuds (or couch potatoes) isn't what I'd call "must see" TV.

But then again, the eyes will be watching....

nursecindy, that's hilarious!

@nursecindy--getting shed of the metric system and restoring the Smoot-Hawley tariff would do wonders for everyone's mental health.

@NurseCindy: I support the metric system, every inch of the way.

I had a friend who was a traffic engineer. He was formally written up for using "furlongs per fortnight" as a measure of time in a freeway construction estimate.
When asked to explain himself, he said "It's a valid time conversion subroutine on the mainframe."

Yeah, he was that kind of a person.

The furlong/firkin/fortnight (FFF) system on Wikipedia. Also, if you google furlongs per fortnight (no quotes) the first result is:
"1 furlong per fortnight = 0.000166309524 m / s"

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