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After the events of the movie Avatar, they met this hispanic Na'vi named Feliz. He was the father of two bluetiful children. He was lovingly referred to as "Feliz, Na'vi Dad."

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One day I'll tell my grandchildren about a time when the internet was uncensored and users roamed free within its borders like majestic lions across the grasslands. I'll tell them how we had to type things out instead of using the neural links implanted in our brain stems, how we had to scroll down through dozens of menus, both ways, with a stalled connection to find what we wanted, and I'll remind them that children these days are so ungrateful. I'll tell them how we had programs that connect you to another user across the world and let you talk about your different experiences, and when they ask me if I ever saw anyone's **** between the philosophical debates I'll laugh and find a clever way to avoid answering, because the elderly are entitled to their secrets. I'll complain about my carpel tunnel and advanced arthritis in both thumbs, and at thanksgiving I'll remind them to be thankful for mind upload text. I'll keep my dear old friend, my laptop, on a shelf beside the grandfather clock, where it will gather dust because it's been broken for years and the parts are no longer made, and the children will stare at it in wonder and marvel, "The screen really does fold up!"

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Awesome superpowers: Invulnerability, superspeed, teleportation, laserbeams, healing factor.

Incredibly lame superpowers: The ability to spawn squirrels, the ability to cook fish perfectly at will, the ability to solve simple math problems, the ability to spit abnormally long distances, the ability to look at people and make them shit their pants.

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Jimmy: "So I have to find the derivative of this function in order to power my latest invention. *complicated sounding math rambling*"
High school student: "He's finding the slope of the line tangent to his function? How is that helpful AT ALL?"

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Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium Sodium... BATMAN

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Eh, I'd say America would be the well-off senior athlete in need of a few attitude adjustments that people cling to for status, and Canada would be his shy sophomore cousin that joins a few clubs (almsot everybody knows him, generally approved of, but not too envied).

The UK would be that one kid with an awesome talent, but no one gets to know him for his personality. Most of Western Europe would be the clueless girls who somehow manage to get higher grades than you. Eastern Europe would be the smoker or stoner (always asking for a cigarette or a couple bucks).

Sub-Saharan Africa would be the freshman who comes off as anti-social because he doesn't adjust too well to new situations. Most of the Middle East would be the argumentative juniors, but Israel would be the sophomore captain of the debate team.

Most of Asia would be the smart kid who has to have everything done his way, but everyone still gets him to tutor them or get them something they aren't savvy enought to get themselves. India would probably be the smart kid that people pay to their essays for them. Japan would be... the Japanese kid.

South America would be the hot new girl you pretend to share interests with.

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Yeah, compromise is always great when it comes to rules.
Lets compromise on the Law of no murdering.

Instead of not being aloud to kill anyone, there should just be no murdering of white males. I think that's a fair compromise.

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Aloud- saying something with volume at a level audible to others.
Allowed- not the same **** thing.

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I've never thought it was very fair that none of the other houses got a catchphrase.

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Gryffindor: Being Brave will keep you from your grave.
Hufflepuff: Being loyal will make you like royal.
Slytherin: We're heartless bastards.

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Totally. I was born with glass bones and paper skin. Every morning I break my legs. And every afternoon I break my arms. At night I lay awake in agony until my heart attacks put me to sleep.

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How are you people doing this?!

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Palindromes_Are_Fun Palindromes_Are_Fun

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First go like thiiiis, spin around, stop! Double take three times. One, two, three. Theeeen, pelvic thrust! Wooooooh! Wooooooh! Stop on your right foot, don't forg--- Oh wait, that's how to blow a bubble.

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Leave huge tips at cheap diners to freak out the waitstaff. Buy a homeless guy a fully stocked RV, videotape it, and see if you can make it go viral. Set up a charity under an obviously fake name, something like "Ivanna Tinkle," and watch the media have fun with it. Start your own gameshow. Fill a small pool with jello or corn starch and water like you always wanted to do when you were a kid. Hire a bunch of people and prank a small town somehow, like leaving an identical lawn gnome on every doorstep, or organizing a huge impromptu scavenger hunt. Have a ball pit installed in your home. Have a superhero costume custom-made and go bungee jumping in it. Walk into a small store and announce that you want to buy everything in it. Stop people on the street and offer them large sums of money for their clothing. Scatter quarters all over a playground and watch small children have their days made when they find them.
Just think about it. I'm sure you'll find ways to have fun.

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It's even worse when you miss your plane because you took the time to write "to" instead of "2".

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Whacka Whacka

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You think that's bad? I once typed "two" instead of "2" and I missed the entire 9th grade.

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Did we even have a Word War 1?

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It was caused by the "Great Typo Blight of 1984", also known as, "The Day of Spilled Ink". There were many typos in the Websters Dictionary, that were so horrid, it caused a huge uproar, leading to a large chain of events, that would eventually ignite the first Word War. At the time it was called, "The Great Word". After the War, dictionary companies and skilled linguists had a conference to determine what words would, and wouldn't be in the dictioanry, gramarians felt 'dissed', because now no one cared about grammar, only spelling. In order to restore their claim to power in the world of written language, the grammar nazis were formed, unofficially at first, but soon were acknowledged by the world.

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