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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggma View Post
    some duckface ones

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    That's a goose. Good one though
    No point mentioning these bats, I thought. The poor bastard will see them soon enough.

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    duck duck goose?

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    The guy in the background can't keep a straight face on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryd View Post
    [IMG]http://25.media.tumblr.com/f710b59c4eceaa0b563e9528ba758164/tumblr_mexavv8Tt71qewacoo1_500.png[IMG]

    The guy in the background can't keep a straight face on.
    Oh, Coca-Cola ingredients list, when u get so hilarious


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    My partner found this while searching for a film to watch, despite the picture we refrained from indulging in what seemed to be jesus soft porn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smango View Post
    facebook never fails.
    Whats wrong with this? I dont like people quoting the joker but I cant see anything wrong with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teebo View Post
    Whats wrong with this? I dont like people quoting the joker but I cant see anything wrong with it.
    I guess the fail is that the person who thought it was a fail didn't know it was a quote from something else.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishbait View Post
    Sulphur (aka. Brimstone) boils at 444.6°C, so you can't have the apocalyptic rivers of brimstone at 666°C. So it may happen in the backwards countries that still use Fahrenheit, but not in the enlightened countries using Degrees Celsius
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    Unless it's in Kelvin, 666 is then below the boiling point. Though that would really set the other days off by quite a lot, so...either count Kelvin for only that one or just ignore my nonsense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler Log View Post
    Sulphur (aka. Brimstone) boils at 444.6°C, so you can't have the apocalyptic rivers of brimstone at 666°C. So it may happen in the backwards countries that still use Fahrenheit, but not in the enlightened countries using Degrees Celsius
    It could first evaporate everything, then cool down to ~440C and then sulphur could condense into the rivers. What's the problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler Log View Post
    Sulphur (aka. Brimstone) boils at 444.6°C, so you can't have the apocalyptic rivers of brimstone at 666°C. So it may happen in the backwards countries that still use Fahrenheit, but not in the enlightened countries using Degrees Celsius
    Quote Originally Posted by Zaeros View Post
    Unless it's in Kelvin, 666 is then below the boiling point. Though that would really set the other days off by quite a lot, so...either count Kelvin for only that one or just ignore my nonsense.
    Quote Originally Posted by YersiniaPestis View Post
    It could first evaporate everything, then cool down to ~440C and then sulphur could condense into the rivers. What's the problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butler Log View Post
    Sulphur (aka. Brimstone) boils at 444.6°C, so you can't have the apocalyptic rivers of brimstone at 666°C. So it may happen in the backwards countries that still use Fahrenheit, but not in the enlightened countries using Degrees Celsius
    Uhm... it's not the brimstone that is at 666 degrees, it's the air temperature. Unless in these "enlightened" countries your weather channels report the temperature of the ocean instead of the atmosphere. How dare you try and bring logic into the funny picture megathread.
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    Once again, we're back to arguing about pictures...


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    The new youtube layout was insulting enough, but now it Is actually insulting (or inferring) things against me....


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