|spikestoyiu - 2009-01-27 |
Five stars, and I hate cats. PROOF THAT THIS VIDEO IS ADORABLE.
Well, that is why inner children should be neither seen nor heard.
|baleen - 2009-01-27 |
|BHWW - 2009-01-27 |
It's okay. It's okay, folks. It's okay. It's okay. Thank you. Thank you. Danger is my middle name. Don't try this at home, folks. I'm a trained professional. There's me, and there's Super Dave.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2009-01-27 |
That room looks VERY odd. Is this MC Escher's house?
Oh, I see. The chair looked like a reflection on the polished-wood floor for a minute, there.
|Lurchi - 2009-01-27 |
Futurebot's not going to approve of the title.
Main Entry: fail
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: be unsuccessful
Synonyms: abort, backslide, back wrong horse, be defeated, be demoted, be found lacking, be in vain, be ruined, blunder, break down, come to naught, come to nothing, decline, deteriorate, fall, fall flat, fall short, fall through*, fizzle, flop, flounder, fold, founder, go astray, go down*, go downhill, go down swinging, go up in smoke, go wrong, hit bottom, hit the skids, lose control, lose out, lose status, meet with disaster, miscarry, miss, miss the boat, play into, run aground, slip, turn out badly
I have a bad habit of just naming things what they're named where I find them.
Big Beef Burritos Supreme
Assmunch would only work at a dinner party if it was utterly appropriate, and since it almost never is, 'fuckwit' quietly and carefully enunciated might work in its place.
However, the preferred swear of the educated is 'bastard', 'bitch' or 'asshole.' 'Assmunch' is too juvenile and without concrete meaning, unless, of course, you're talking about felching in a derogatory manner.
Good luck with creating a scenario where 'assmunch' arises in natural, monocle popping, everyday conversation.
"you, sir, are an assmunch of the highest order."
|poopskin - 2009-01-27 |
I've used 'fail' myself; I don't really see the problem with its usage. 'Kitten Fail' gets extra points anyways.
|mcsancherson - 2009-01-27 |
from a linguistic standpoint language = usage
if you think fail fails, you fail
I am not speaking as the objective arbiter of linguistic propriety, I am speaking as a dude who wants to discourage inarticulate morons from parroting internet memes in lieu of having anything actually substantial or funny to say
In that endeavor, you will fail.
There is absolutely no reason to believe that the use of "fail" as noun is "here to stay" any more than any other flash-in-the-pan meme, and we are better people for recognizing it as just that.
|Species - 2009-01-27 |
I WANT TO SQUEEZE IT!
|Udderdude - 2009-01-27 |
For sale: One slightly dented kitty
|Magical Man from Happy-Land - 2009-01-27 |
LOL EPIC LULZ FAIL FTW LULZ EPIC FAIL KITTEH KITTEH KITTEH
SUPLAWL SERIES OF TUBES INTARWEBZ AMIRITE? FAIL FOR GREAT JUSTICE
|athodyd - 2009-01-27 |
kittens don't do anything right
|Blaise - 2009-01-28 |
-2 for lack of a blender.
|Lurchi - 2009-01-28 |
Hey the title changed.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-02-25 |
Oh, kitty cat!
|Lauritz Melchior - 2009-04-12 |
I was going to submit this. Searching all over for Kitten + jump. Turns out that "leap" has the same meaning.
|j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-06-24 |
Kitten has failed to leap over the lip of the door, but has succeeded in leaping into my heart~
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