November 30, 2010

To his friend...

17 comments:

  1. I want to see this place you work.

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  2. Thinking your girlfriend is dumb is a great ingredient in a successful relationship.

    And it's a fact that a big enough megnet would stop Optimus Prime. If it were traveling fast enough and hit him right in the face. It doesn't matter if he's magnetic or not.

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  3. Haha, in old country we call it megnet. Good to use for gettink screp metel from mud of road.

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  4. His sister seems to have a strong understanding of science, he seems to have a strong understanding of make-believe. Guess which one the parents don't like to talk about when they talk with coworkers.

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  5. Somewhere, Megatron is facepalming and wondering why he never thought of that.

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  6. It wouldn't stop him, but it might turn him into a folk singer.

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  7. I thought Optimus Prime was already dead!

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  8. Hah, please.
    Everybody knows how easy is to kill Optimus Prime. Who hasn't?

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  9. hey 1d30, Uhhh, he said sister, not girlfriend.

    I hope that wasn't a Freudian slip.

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  10. Wait...you mean you CAN'T?

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  11. Magnets, how do they work?

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  12. This reminds me of the guy who was giving away a million dollars if you could name one thing that could stop Optimus Prime.

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  13. Megatron can't use a giant magnet. It'd kill him too.

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  14. The fact that these comments are taken seriously is what really makes me laugh.

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  15. How big of a magnet are we talking about here?

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  16. @Nathan, a giant one

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  17. Magnetic fields, man. Make them strong enough and the only thing that can stand up to them is stronger magnetic fields. If you've got a big enough magnet it doesn't matter if Optimus is made of pure aluminium; he'll get stuck.

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