O'Brien wrote:albino.black.sheep wrote:I've just moved back home to where my two younger, but bigger, brothers have a schedule dividing up the 24 hours in a day so they get 12 hours each of internet time and not allowing anyone else on the computer. This thing *points to my wireless card sticking its little self out of the side of my laptop* is a lifesaver to me.
Roger that then, yet another incident that proves I had a wonderful life without any siblings whatsoever.
I love my brpther, but if I had to choose either him or a fast computer with high-speed broadband, he'd be gone.
When Winter came, the Bear realised he had nothing to eat and thught to himself, "I hope that busy little Bee will share some of his honey with me". But the Bee was nowhere to be found - he had died of a stress induced coronary disease.
^ Which practically sums up quite a lot of lazy people nowadays.
crazyQH wrote:Ok EPAF, I'm officially granting you the title of having the best dream ever.
Anyways, I just finished my English exam, and boy, in my 'Free writing to persuade' portion, I just went nuts on the /b/ memes. XD In it, I chose to write for persuading the elderly to use modern day technology, and here's a few bits I can remember:
Using the internet is serious business. For your shopping, there's over nine thousand websites dedicated to your every need, from books, to pools, and even snacks.
You know... 'Pools closed', and 'W.T Snacks'. Plus the 'OVER NINE THOUSAAAND' thing.
Simply put, the Internet is like a series of tubes, in which information is sent and recieved.
'Series of Tubes' video from Youtube.
You can meet new people, and even old friends who have also gotten an internet connection. In fact, just last Thursday, I met up with an old friend from school, myself!
'Last Thursday', the most important day to a /b/tard.
It is very hard to fail with the internet.
Not even Doom music is out of your grasp, when you're using peer to peer software.
And that's all I can remember for now. I feel sorry for the idiots around me, who must have been put off by my spazzy giggling as I was writing all of this in the exam. XD
EPAF wrote:I'm sure everyone is a little gay - even if they're (e^ln sin 90)% gay.
Ha ha, I love talking in Mathematical terms
I... I'm a leetle bit gay?
And O'Brien - No, not your heart. Just your entire life, instead. ;D
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