soarjubs -- Ronnie Mervis: Saint or Monster?
Modern day Hemmingway
Due to the regional nature of this question, I do not understand it.
eideteker -- What. Is. The deal. With Seinfeld?
It's a modern-day twist on the Morality Play where rather than showing us how to behave, they show us how not to behave.
It's a a comment on the dissolution of the nuclear family. Each character is estranged from their family in one way or another and have created a new family within the group.
It's Nihilism in 22-minute doses; a "show about nothing" in which characters live a meaningless, valueless, godless existence.
It's the ultimate fantasy of freedom from authority. Kramer has no job. Jerry gets paid to have fun. Authority (Steinbrenner and Peterman) exists merely for laughs. The characters are held responsible for their actions only when the series ends.
bobwhite -- A) Who rules Bartertown? B) What is good in life?
Tina Turner. For both questions.
pooplord -- Don't you think P. Burns would be an excellent name for a urologist?
I do, but I wouldn't sign up to be a patient.
Dr. Incontinentia Buttocks
funboytim -- Your turkey: Fried? Baked? Smoked? 101 Proof?
Kinda dry and smelly now that it's over a week old.
demoninmyskull -- What is the best way to avoid a persistent bum/beggar?
Always have headphones on. Even if you're not listening to anything and the end of the cord is just in your pocket.
Two words: Alternate Routes.
Try to convert them to the religion you made up last night after watching Desperate Housewives and realizing how far from salvation we truly have become.
We told you the other week how to "accidentally" stab someone 22 times. What more can we do for you?
coldblackncold -- What was the last single from the 90's?
All Star: Smashmouth
The Thong Song: Sisquo
My Name Is: Eminem
Baby One More Time: Britney Spears
friendship7 -- When you take too much ephedra, why does your pee smell like acetone?
I have no idea what acetone smells like.
So the feds can sniff out hopheads like you.
I didn't realize there was such a thing as "too much" ephedra.
absolutcalm -- I knew the language of the flowers, but I forgot. Spent too much time talking to the marijauna.
It's better this way. Flowers only talk about frivolous things.
Sure, I talked to the marijuana, but I didn't listen.
I can't even tell you how many conversations I had to have with cocaine to rid myself of that hideous language of the insects.
lgdizko -- Your mom
Let's get off moms because really, yours needs a break.
pantload -- In the video game Frogger, why does the frog die when he falls into the water?
Little known fact: the body of water in Frogger is the Hudson River.
You're really playing a toad, which are not as accomplished swimmers as frogs. But "Toader" is a crappy video game title.
It's a video game. The frog is electric. Electricity + Water = Dead Robot Frog
That's not water, it's a blue plastic tarp with logs and debris rolling around on it. Once your little frog feet get stuck to the tarp, you're pretty much screwed.
On a scale of 1-10, with 1 being "I'm offended by this Christocentric question" and 10 being "giddy with magical glee", how Christmassy are you feeling right now?
Mean: 4.95 Median: 5 Std. Dev 2.48
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