Hmm... at clowns standing outside the window? I suppose that could work....Wow okay. Yeah clowns can be bad...
Throwing butter out the window?
Not if the weapons being used against me are soda. It's so harsh for the teeth, it's arguably a chemical weapon.Interesting choice of materials. If this is for some sort of cosplay, then go for it!
If you're looking to make actual armor out of used 2-liter bottles, I recommend finding a more durable material. Like Kevlar.
I am very, very afraid. O_oEww! You shouldn't eat moldy Jell-O!
But I have a feeling that you're referring to shapes that you can put Jell-O in to shape it. I came across a recipe last night that used Spaghetti-Os and unflavored gelatin to make a ring, then served with Vienna sausages in the middle. I wasn't sure if I should be disgusted or amazed....
Easy. I already have an answer for that one.If a trees falls down in the forest, and nobody hears it, does it make a sound?
Have fun with that one
Your training is complete.Easy. I already have an answer for that one.If a trees falls down in the forest, and nobody hears it, does it make a sound?
Have fun with that one
When a tree falls in the forest, it displaces air molecules that vibrate at a particular frequency. Typically, when these vibrating air molecules strike a creature, their ears are designed to translate those vibrations into "sound."
So it all depends upon what your definition of "sound" is. Is it in the act of vibrating the air molecules? Or does sound not actually exist until it is translated by a creature's auditory system? Frankly, I would lean towards the latter, which means no, it does not make a sound. Unless something is present to translate the vibrations into "sound," then sound does not exist.
I didn't even know I was training for something! No wonder I feel so tired....
Your training is complete.
The way you have that sentence worded would call for speculation. But because we're having fun, let's take out your parenthetical remark and look at logical fallacies!
If everything is possible (let's assume it is for this moment), then is it possible for something to be impossible?
And here I answer it with SCIENCE!You know, it took me decades to figure out that the whole tree/forest question was actually philosophical waffling about existentialism and stuff.
May the Force be with you... always.We are more likely to resort to force when we have already assumed that force will be needed?
Depends on whether or not the computer blows up.Ok, IronBit came up with:
The next sentence is true. The previous sentence is false.
Does this really have an answer/conclusion?
Now see, that's a different scenario. In this case, violence will cause more problems down the road. It may be the easiest solution, but it isn't the best solution, when other solutions are available. Usually violence should be the last option on the table, when all other options have been exhausted. It's just a matter of patience and persistence.I remain...hesitant. The thing is, when you assume will be needed, violence will always be an option. And when it becomes the easiest option, it will become the go to. And I wonder how it would be if violence was shelved completely.
IE: When I am fixing a car, and there's a sticky bolt, I assume I'm going to have to break it eventually. So in lieu of WD-40, heat/cold, whatevs, I may just go ahead and break it. Even if it's going to cause problems later.
I had to look this one up - I thought it would be related to terra cotta somehow! I can't say that I've ever tried this, but if it's anything like flan, I may not be impressed.Panna Cotta?
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