Why can body parts be dislocated, fractured, damaged, injured, hyper-extended, bruised, broken, chipped, cracked, scratched, and sprained;
…but only toes can be stubbed?
note: I think I stub my face when I don’t shave … or something like that.
double note: you know that second between stubbing your toe and the following pain? … I know you do.
triple note: I wish I could snap my toes like my fingers … toes must get kind of tired tapping to music.
Today unrolled like a roll of toilet paper unrolling across the floor: it was fun to watch.
(it must be an optical illusion, but that toilet roll seemed to get smaller the farther it got away from me)
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Pre-Optical Illusions usually involve a man dressed as a woman.
note: imitations have their limitations … except for the “l“.
double note: I thought I was in a different country … it was a very good impersonation.
Today I dreamed of electric pajamas. … hey! I can’t be responsible for my dreams!
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Stuff in water is supposed to look bigger
… but these one yen coins still look like one yen coins.
I thought they’d at least look like 5 or 10 yen coins.
note: I guess change doesn’t change in water.
double note: I put other coins into this thing to see if they’d look any bigger, but they didn’t.
When I was taking my coins back out again, some people looked at me funny. … I guess they’ve already tried this experiment or something.
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Why do people have fake brick and fake wood siding on their houses?
If I was going fake, I’d want a fake front like on a movie set; a fiberglass cartoon style like Toontown at Disneyland; or cool trick art optical illusion stuff.
If you’re going fake, go all the way!
note: fake “wood brick siding” in a Jenga style would look quite nice.
double note: a house made of giant Lego bricks would be too amazing!
“I built a 3rd floor on my house; it took 30 minutes.”
triple note: I don’t think there is enough fiberglass in most diets. In fact I don’t think there is any at all. What’s up with that?
quadruple note: Would fiberglass glasses be called fiber-optics?
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If I hurt my neck while drunk, is that “whiplush”?
note: “lashing back” at someone usually cause a “backlash”.
double note: my van is frontfiring perfectly.
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