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    What if in picture 1 the bunny was attempting to floss, and in picture 2 the bunny was attempting to beat some protection celery out of its simulacrum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    The choice is undoubtably clear: Picture Two is without a doubt, THE CUTEST of the two.
    This pleases me. I have been pleased. To think all it needed was a logical approach truely warms my heart!
    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    @Nerd Girl: I shall let my mind percolate on this topic before I post.

    Quote Originally Posted by Patches View Post
    Dear Saturned,

    I come bearing the gift of a baby chinchilla being bottle-fed to appease the cuteness-gods.



    In return I ask.... Must animals be fluffy and tiny to be deemed cute? How do you feel about other animal types, such as birds, reptiles, or very large mammals?
    Fi Says:

    They do not need to be fluffy and tiny to be deemed cute at all.

    The following animals are part of Saturned's melting heart zoo:
    • Sharks
    • Whales
    • Penguins
    • Dinosaurs
    • Veiled Chameleons
    • Manatees
    • More Sharks
    • Tree Frogs
    • Billy Goats


    Ne says:


    P.S. @Patches, I also LOVE Cactuar!


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    This being an extraverted situation, isn't the die biased toward Ne?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    This being an extraverted situation, isn't the die biased toward Ne?
    Dies are always objective. It is not in their nature to bias! Casters of dies on the other hand...

    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    What if in picture 1 the bunny was attempting to floss, and in picture 2 the bunny was attempting to beat some protection celery out of its simulacrum?
    Fi says:
    I have a bunny and know for a fact that the "flossing" is just an excuse to destroy my home.

    And have you looked at that second photo?! Those soulfull eyes contain no evil whatsoever. / melts

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    Dearest, Sweetest, Most Purplish-Golden-Tongued* Saturned:
    * purple and gold are colors of royalty, you know... altho I guess on a tongue, it could be a medical issue that really needs the care of a primary physician with a decade of experience with a genus of exotic African filovirus, but don't worry, i am sure everything is okay as long as your eyeballs don't turn green... uh... your eyeballs haven't turned green, have they?

    I was wondering if you could help me with a particular problem that just came up in my life. Here it is.


    Three people -- Rakustani, Lesley, and Zippo -- are being held in a torture dungeon where horribly dreadfully embarrassing activities involve feather dusters, chunky peanut butter, and rancid sea monkeys are being performed upon them. After days of acts too shameful to mention here in this missive, a mere PG-23 word problem, they are brought before the evil Baron Von Schlunk who has decided to give them a chance to go free once his fancy rattlesnake boots have been shined by his albino oompa-loompa maidservants.

    Baron Von Schlunk explains the rules of a game that might win them emancipation. he has collected five hats - three red and two white. (There is some suspicion that the red hats might be -- DUM dum DUMMMMM -- ketchup, blood *gasp*... or maybe even Dr. Pepper stains!!) He will blindfold the three prisoners, place a fez on each one, then remove the blindfold from one prisoner at a time. That prisoner can then see the other two fedoras and try to determine the color of his own. A correct answer, of course, is a ticket out of bondage and into the annals of logic problem history.

    The first prisoner, Rakustani, upon seeing the other hats, is chagrinned to say he doesn't know what color his hat is and becomes as pale as a hard-boiled egg dropped in chalk dust. When the second person's blindfold is removed, the answer is also "I don't know." However, before the third prisoner's blindfold is even touched, he correctly announces the color of his hat. Baron Von Schlunk is obviously disappointed, but after Zippo is branded on the butt with the Baron's personal mark (so that he can be accurately tracked along with the Baron's migrating ducks, regardless of location), he is fired out of the castle in a large kinetic cannon, while Rakustani is forced to stay as slave labor building a new fusion reactor and then making sure that it is entirely radioactive. (Needless to say, Rakustani's complexion is doomed, even after being dunked repeatedly into large vats of expensive skin lotion.)

    Question: What color was the last prisoner's hat, how did he know the answer, and why didn't the second prisoner have to help test the reactor? And how can Raku save his skin complexion from the fallout of his incarceration? Alternate questions: How can I find happiness and gainful employment in life when my mother still harangues me to get married and produce a six-pack of grandchildren and the only men I meet are all regulars on OKCupid and look like Baron Von Schlunk's pet frog?

    :cookie: :linedance:
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

    “Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    This being an extraverted situation, isn't the die biased toward Ne?
    Or maybe you are all inside my own imaginated world and therefore anything I say is actually an internal representation of my thoughts spoken to you in an external (from your POV) manner.

    Think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Or maybe you are all inside my own imaginated world and therefore anything I say is actually an internal representation of my thoughts spoken to you in an external (from your POV) manner.

    Think about it.
    Impossible, because I imagined you up!

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    Mini Saturned Break:

    Work calls to me for a bit.

    Please feel free to leave a message with my cactus while I am gone:


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