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Old 06-16-2009, 05:32 PM
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orange is unique in that nothing rhymes with it. It is also the name of the perfect fruit.

Therefore orange is god.
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Susy or Angee?
which ever has the orange for me.

There I made a rhyme with orange. Eat that!
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I used to know 2 diff't proofs of that. Only remember one, now, though.
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orange is unique in that nothing rhymes with it.
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He could prove Godwin's Law. It's one of those things everyone believes but I've never seen a good proof.
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I don't know. What's he proved so far?
That he has no friends, is lonely and needs a hug.
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How do you folks know it is "he"? I have been imagining a female person. Who, in either case, seems to have skipped over all math classes that require rigorous proofs.
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How do you folks know it is "he"? I have been imagining a female person. Who, in either case, seems to have skipped over all math classes that require rigorous proofs.
When someone is being stupid I assume it's a guy unless proven otherwise. It's worked out well for me so far.
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