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3:27 AM
@Mitch Hmm, was that the jabbercocky version? LOL...I couldn't not, I'm sorry, I take it back, but...hahaha, but I love her vileness, very impressive.
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5:05 AM
@Mitch I couldn't get the sound high enough to understand it.
@RegDwigнt What is a ten-follower special?
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7:14 AM
> - The doctor prescribed such a heap of different pills to me.
- Just don't take the blue ones
- Are they without any effect?
- Well, it depends..
8:01 AM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in body (96): To capitalize, or not to capitalize inside the quote ✏️ by YBG on english.SE
8:48 AM
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11:44 AM
@CowperKettle a meme that transcends languages :D
12:24 PM
Are the words interesting and interested related or different
12:47 PM
@Robusto a special that celebrates having acquired ten followers.
For some reason people really like doing that. Posting a video on YouTube or a picture on Instagram or whatever wherever, just to celebrate some round number of subscribers.
Here I'm talking about MuseScore specifically, where people will post a score and then promote it as a special for reaching some round number of followers.
And specifically specifically, I'm talking about someone who is amazed to have reached 10.
On YouTube you're expected to do these for reaching 100k and 1mil. Because that's where you get sent the silver or gold plaque from YouTube. So there's lots of videos of unboxing that thingie.
On MuseScore there's no point really, you don't get sent anything and you can't show it off. People just do it for the sake of promotion I guess. If you see a score titled "My first waltz", you don't give a fuck. If the same score is titled "500 follower special! My first waltz", you might actually click on it. Just to see who the heck managed to get that many subscribers and what kind of stuff they had to post to get there.
@Raychatu it says "we were waiting for it" according to Google translate.
@MattE.Эллен I don't get that one. Care to explain?
And I actually watched those cartoons as a kid.
Have them on DVD somewhere, too.
@CowperKettle that's a somewhat loose translation.)))
@RegDwigнt it's a redo of the woman yelling at cat meme. so a cartoon of a funny picture.
Dafuq. Never saw that one.
It's not a meme if I don't know it.
1:01 PM
Yeah I read the Know-Your-Meme article.
I'm not clicking on anything Twitter.
fairy nuff
Should be called Twatter, really.
But now I gotta run. Bye-bye.
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2:46 PM
@RegDwigнt So it's like some kind of "I'm having a party because I just turned 38 and one month" thing?
3:10 PM
Can anyone help me with following line below?

"I'll take them as soon as you can get them to me. Sorry, I'm a bit behind but you are helping me get it off my list"

Is that in a bad sense or good sense?
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4:12 PM
I just overheard an interesting sentence in the wild.
"Oh, I just randomly picked people that I knew drove."
As in, "I just randomly picked people P such that I knew that P drove."
@TerranSwett I sense that that is slightly complicated to analyze, but still sounds pretty natural and not any kind of inarticulation or misdirection.
@MariLou Why aren't you asking any interesting questions lately? You should. Because I'm bored.
Wait... not bored enough to do that editing: chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/message/52790831#52790831
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8:08 PM
Q: Need help with a excersize

Chaos Gamer I need Help i tried everything what did i do wrong in the exercize .

English was exorcised in this excersize
ask yer size
8:28 PM
@tchrist Are you saying I look fat in this?
The 'never' should be placed in the head line like this: "Most Candidates Should Never Have Run Well Before Harris Dropped Out" — Mitch 15 secs ago
haha politics
@Mitch Running wells
8:48 PM
@M.A.R. I'm disgusted of Tunbridge Wells.
@Mitch Oh it's in England. What about it
Did Hot Fuzz happen there
No, Hot Fuzz was in ... Sal... Sal something
No that was Tom Hanks landing a plane on a river so polluted, the plane didn't sink
Entirely by coincidence it seems Hot Fuzz was shot in ...
Wells, Somerset
One hell of a coincidence Looks around in suspicion
8:52 PM
@M.A.R. Sully, and you're right, the Hudson River is a toxic dump that only tries to look like water.
The phrase "Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells" is a generic name used in the United Kingdom for a person, usually with strongly conservative political views, who writes letters to newspapers or the BBC in a tone of moral outrage. Disgusted is the pseudonym of the supposed letter writer, who is a resident of the stereotypically middle-class town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, in the south-east of England. The term may have originated either with the 1944 BBC radio programme Much-Binding-in-the-Marsh, a regular writer to The Times or with an editor of the letters page of a local newspaper, the Tunbridge...
which is another town entirely
but shares the non-coincidental feature of being known for ... having wells.
Which doesn't explain Bath.
Or Milton Keynes.
Or Westward Ho! .
Land's End... totally makes sense.
John O'Groats too. Especially if their culinary pinnacle is a owl of groats.
Assuming groats are something to eat that go in a bowl.
I am not going to look that up. I don't want to know.
9:14 PM
@Robusto yeah pretty much so.
Srsly tho, this shit is staying now or what?
Can we maybe just replace the whole site with a blank page and call it a day?
9:29 PM
So where do you see that?
It does look ridiculous.
10:02 PM
where I haven't see that.

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