Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by dawmail333, May 4, 2008.
You get a boat race
I insert a university
you have to work hard for your food, and play lots!
I insert a barbie doll
You get a tub of molten plastic and a stick of dynamite.
I insert Corey's toothbrush.
You get Corey's hairbrush (if such a thing exists )
I insert the 'insert' button on my keyboard (so rarely used nowadays)
The last week of your life is replaced by the next week rather than appended to -- and since you will overwrite the insertion of the insert key, you won't notice that you've been ripped off.
I insert a Klein bottle.
I insert a exploit.........................
Or A big system cracking progggggggrammmmmmmmmmmmmmm...................
Wat will be the result ???????????????
You get Klien clothes.
You get an imploit.
You get a virus.
I insert a magnet (BWAHAHAHA!!!)
(nice answer essellar)
You get metal-mouth-mickey!
I insert a giant paperclip
You get a makeshift lockpick.
I insert some bottlecaps.
You get a rare coin worth a million dollars which breaks in half when you touch it. Crap.
I insert a bubble of methane gas.
You hear a small explosion in the distance.
I insert a steel safe.
After a few moment of horrible rattling and clanking, you receive a DRMed Zone 8 DVD in one of those chainsaw-resistant blister packs.
I insert the echo of a small child's laughter.
You get a free lolipop.
I insert a deck chair.
You receive a bosun's pipe and one of those cool Gilligan hats.
I insert an unformatted 8-inch floppy disk.
Your computer starts cursing at you violently and starts deleting random files.
I insert an igloo.
You get a set of fur underwear
I insert an IKEA allen key
I insert a piece of cake.
you get out a tart
i put in dog
You receive a hot dog
I put in a silver coin
You get a sincere thank-you note from the Franklin Mint, who will create a Special Commemorative Edition of your coin, complete with a Certificate of Authenticity detailing the close copying of scratches and wear on the original and a surreptitiously-taken picture of you, the "original owner", for a low, limited-time price of only seventy-eight times the face value of the coin.
I insert a stylus from a 1901 Edison Cylinder Phonograph.
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