Oracle of random



  • hmm



  • The internets are trying to tell us something!



  • Am I the only person to find it extremely interesting that this post by death made the "WTF site" post go away, therefore disallow anyone else to see it live?



  • On a board I used to frequent we called this an "order of posts," and they could be quite amusing indeed.



  • @djork said:

    On a board I used to frequent we called this an "order of posts," and they could be quite amusing indeed.

    One newsgroup I used to go to [and will go back if/when i have time] calls this "subject line roulette" 



  • i saw that a few weeks in the bestseller list for books in germany, the was one book which was called something like "I'm gone" and the book bwloe was called "Not me"



  • This is a list of the players in a particular team in an online game:

     



  •  In my college there was this door with two plaques with the names of the people that worked there. They read: João Milho and João Pombo.

    Or translated to English, John Corn and John Pigeon.

    And then one day the plaque that read João Milho [Corn] was gone. 

    <font size="1">[ Also, I meant "disallowing" in the previous post]</font>



  • It did not go away--- Its preserved, in an image for ever :D



  • @Zecc said:

     In my college there was this door with two plaques with the names of the people that worked there. They read: João Milho and João Pombo.

    Or translated to English, John Corn and John Pigeon.

    And then one day the plaque that read João Milho [Corn] was gone. 

    <FONT size=1>[ Also, I meant "disallowing" in the previous post]</FONT>

    Given the sexual conotation of the verb "to eat" in Portuguese, I'll abstain from saying here that the pidgeon ate the corn.


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