Last post wins


#4924

Here’s a good one


#4925

no
0/10


#4926

Sounds like we need something waaay better


#4927

wow, a blank white screen
…is there supposed to be something? I’m not seeing it.


#4928

Hmm… weird. Gonna try that again


#4929

My wife just told me she has an earthquake drill in like five minutes and I responded “okay GLHF”


#4930

Real earthquakes do require a lot of luck and a little fun


#4931

Are there any true synonyms?

I used to doubt every answer I came up with.

But then I realized I am satisfied with one answer: “puke” and “barf.”


#4932

Sounds more like two to me


#4933

The two words collectively make up one answer. They are true synonyms, or so goes the claim.


#4934

They’re still different words though. They are different, however slight.


#4935

It’s weird how English has many different words for the same thing


#4936

It’s so we can be very specific when we say chartreuse instead of yellow-green or green-yellow


#4937

Those early English guys just loved to steal roots from other languages


#4938

It’s much easier to borrow premade words rather than making your own language as long as you change up stuff a bit so it’s easier to say


#4939

We need something to talk about, let’s bring this back


#4940

RANDOM CONVERSATION TIME

Do you think that there is life on other planets? If so, do you think their genetic data is also in DNA?


#4941

that’s not what I meant but ok
Is there life? Probably.
Do they have DNA? Probably not.
They also probably don’t breathe oxygen or possess the capabilities to communicate with us in any useful way.


#4942

I wonder what their plants would produce if they didn’t breathe oxygen

Or if they produce it themselves or by some other type of organism


#4943

Probably another organism. If they breathed out what they needed to breathe in, why breathe it out at all?
Either that or they just don’t have to breathe, which would be pretty neat.