Insane Entertainment Especially For Cure Fans

Started by SueC, July 28, 2019, 06:11:21

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In the tradition of the classic sadist-masochist joke comes the optimist-pessimist joke.

In case you don't know the classic joke:

The masochist says to the sadist, "Beat me!"
The sadist replies, "No!"


The pessimist says, "The world can't possibly get any worse!"
The optimist replies, "Yes, it can!"
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Ulrich

It's never enough...

SueC

Oh thank you, @Ulrich, that is extremely generous of you!  :angel

Here's another variation on this theme...

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Sadly, there was another obvious nominee for the 2020 Darwin Awards this week:

Quote from: undefined30-year-old dies after attending 'Covid party' in Texas

Patient said: 'I think I made a mistake, I thought this was a hoax, but it's not', according to health official.

from https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jul/13/30-year-old-dies-covid-party-texas

That's right, a Covid party - where someone who returned a positive test is present so other people can test whether or not it is possible to get SARS-CoV-2 off them.   :1f635:

For those of you who've not heard of the Darwin Awards, it's prizes awarded for humans removing themselves from the gene pool, thereby improving it.

https://darwinawards.com/

There was also a Japanese guy who live-streamed his own demise recently when he went beyond a Mt Fuji safety barrier without climbing equipment:

QuotePinnacle Of Stupidity
In the end, cold was not the culprit! 'Hands are numb...but must operate smart phone,' muttered 47-year-old Tedzu to his livestream audience as he skidded and stumbled up snow-covered Mt Fuji

You can look that one up on the Darwin Awards website.
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Anyone else feeling flat?  Here's a super photoessay a dear friend just did:

https://borninprovidence.com/2020/08/06/the-death-of-common-sense/

A sample:

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The other day, I was on a conventionally set up computer, and saw an online advertisement for the first time in years, while watching a YouTube clip.  My mind boggled.  I couldn't find the exact drawn-out ad, but here's a shorter version for the same product:


My husband gave it an immediate thumbs-up, primarily because he thinks it would be so much easier for him to remove.  He's always had difficulty with the catches on bras and you never see this kind of bafflement and frustrated exertion on Hollywood movies!  Offers to borrow some bras for practicing with the catches in his own time were not enthusiastically received.  This adhesive lark seems like a better system to him, but would you let someone else remove a band-aid from you?  :1f631:



(...don't you just love the "environmentally material" bit?)

Naturally, I wondered if this product has other applications, such as, for instance:

1. Tweezerless nipple hair removal
2. Emergency removal of any other unwanted body hair
3. Decorative application to kneecaps when wearing shorts, perhaps to create a talking point
4. Convenient stabilisation of male genitalia when not in use - possibly for nude jogging

But most of all...

5. For dealing with a major problem area in the current American president:  His mouth.  It seems like a perfectly suited product to remedy this annoyance rapidly and efficiently.  If necessary, nostril holes could be cut in the rabbit ears to facilitate breathing, but this probably isn't necessary, and refraining from modifying the product would make it effective in the long term even after removal.  It would also enable the product to be immediately re-used on another loud-mouthed gargantuan narcissist.

Perhaps bulk packs could be obtained for parliamentary use.  :evil:
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Brett is playing a game called Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup.  He's had to name minotaurs he is impersonating to be in the game, and since the fatality rate is high, he constantly needs new names and finally got around to The Cure - having recently exhausted Shakespearean characters.  He wishes to advise that Simon Gallup the Minotaur scored 17,901 points, and died from a scorpion sting; while Robert Smith the Minotaur scored a paltry 12,808 points but was notably slain by an elephant.

He will advise on the performance of the other three as soon as they are deceased.
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Ulrich

Quote from: SueC on August 26, 2020, 09:37:34He wishes to advise that Simon Gallup the Minotaur scored 17,901 points, and died from a scorpion sting; while Robert Smith the Minotaur scored a paltry 12,808 points but was notably slain by an elephant.

Oh my oh my...  :1f632:
It's never enough...

SueC

Bwahahahaha!  :angel

Roger O'Donnell the Minotaur narrowly escaped death from a rampaging mob of orcs by turning into a tree, and is still accumulating points (with or without a tambourine).
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A travelling Brett sends the following update:

"Day went pretty much how you would expect being stuck on a coach.  Nobody on the bus was wearing a mask except me. :-/

Alas, I'm afraid that Roger O'Donnell (the Minotaur) did not give a  good accounting of himself and died with a score orders of magnitude  less than Robert Smith (the Minotaur) or Simon Gallup (the Minotaur).  He only made it down as far as level 4 of the dungeon. Poor chap. Onto  the next victi-- I mean, hero."
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"Where the flesh meets the spirit world,
Where the traffic is thin..."

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Brett sends an update on Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup:

"Alas poor Reeves Gabrels (the Minotaur), slain by an orc on level 4 with a score too low to mention.  Let's hope Cooper is made of stronger stuff."
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