|Dread Pirate Roberts - 2011-08-18 |
Proof that Skittles marketing department has been run by drug-addicted hippies since the 90s.
|EvilHomer - 2011-08-18 |
Hang on. I'm no expert, but aren't planetary rings usually found in stable geodesic orbits around the planetary center of mass? If that was the case, wouldn't the scenario as presented in this commercial be impossible? There'd be no "rising" or "setting" of the Skittles rainbow ring; the rainbow would remain above a certain band of planetary surface, raining down Skittles indefinitely, while the rest of the planet remained Skittle-free. Now maybe atmospheric wind and weather patterns might result in varied Skittles dispersal patterns, but that would present a whole host of other problems (Skittles burning up in the atmosphere for one), and at any rate that's clearly not what's being depicted.
Could a science expert help me out here?
The worst part is, this is going to be bugging me all week.
|Xenocide - 2011-08-18 |
The Yum Dinosaurs are one of evolution's greatest miracles. Not only are they somehow able to breathe in the vacuum of space, but they have managed to survive despite being entirely dependent on magic rainbow explosions for sustenance. That, and the human children that they kidnap and slowly devour alive.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2011-08-18 |
The dinosaurs that live at the poles basically have an indefinite supply of food constantly raining down on them. Normally, this abundance of food would be an advantage. In this case, it just means diabetes.
|pressed peanut sweepings - 2011-08-19 |
Long ago, I dreamed that the crew of voyager had finally made it back to the solar system, and were savoring the last moments of the journey by taking a grand tour of the place. For some reason, tuvok landed on one of the moons of jupiter and almost got killed by a colony of these guys. They moved far out of their holes, like garden eels. They bit him repeatedly.
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