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View Poll Results: Who Should Win The Duffer Award?
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holyboy666 5 31.25%
Dernhelm 3 18.75%
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Old 04-29-2007, 07:29 PM
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Did not. We already decided that is best.

Dernhelm...that looks like a lot of work! I mean... Beautiful.

*bows*


Thank you! (Not too bad really...except if I hadn't gotten a chance to post it. Then it would have been a lot of work. ;-)
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Old 04-30-2007, 11:01 AM
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Lieke! "Which one is better, or " is the ultimate question! So the answer is 42. And since is equal to 42 (see LoL for details), then is the best.
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Old 05-01-2007, 05:06 AM
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Well since we all know YOU'RE crazy, then of COURSE you believe this idea...that isn't better than ... But since I am perfectly sane, I must be correct. And it IS better.
That makes sense to me...

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Lieke! "Which one is better, [insert weird smiley here] or [insert other weird smiley here]" is the ultimate question! So the answer is 42. And since [insert first weird smiley here] is equal to 42 (see LoL for details), then [then again] is the best.
Again: Which one is better? Answer: 42.

If you have 42, you can say you have a 4 and a 2, if you do 4 times 2 you have 8, if you add the 4 and the 2 to that you have 14, and 14 just happends to be the letter N in the alphabeth (sp?).
Then you have the second letter (because obviously 42 must have two letters), and you do 2/4, because then you have both the numbers, and you do: 2/4 times 2, which is 1, and you add the one to the 14 you had already, which makes 15.
Then you have 14 and 15, which are the letters N and O, which makes the word 'NO'. No is obviously a synonym for 'No idea', so that makes the question unanswerable
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Old 05-01-2007, 07:58 AM
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(*ROFL* That was a masterpiece, lieke...)

However, although indeed the letters found by this process are N and O, you mixed up the order. so, you really get 'on'. This, of course, is urging the answer-seeker on, so my explanation is correct and is better.
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Old 05-01-2007, 01:01 PM
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(*ROFL* That was a masterpiece, lieke...)

However, although indeed the letters found by this process are N and O, you mixed up the order. so, you really get 'on'. This, of course, is urging the answer-seeker on, so my explanation is correct and is better.
(*bows* thank you)

Or... 'on' means that we have to seek on and on and on and on and on for the answer... o no
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As a matter of fact, we're BOTH wrong! In the second instance, you do not add the 1 to the 14, but rather to 4 + 2, which is 6. 6 + 1 = 7, so you now have N and G, which makes NG. NG stands for 'northward go', so you must go north to seek the answer.

*goes north*

I FOUND IT!! IT SAYS IS BETTER!!
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As a matter of fact, we're BOTH wrong! In the second instance, you do not add the 1 to the 14, but rather to 4 + 2, which is 6. 6 + 1 = 7, so you now have N and G, which makes NG. NG stands for 'northward go', so you must go north to seek the answer.

*goes north*

I FOUND IT!! IT SAYS IS BETTER!!
Wait! in one thread or another (it's sad that i can't remember which one) i was looking for elswhere (i remember: the eggs thread) and elswhere was north, so the answer can't be there... *thinks*
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No, the answer is in Elsewhere. Near the Land of Whatchamacallit, I believe.
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No, the answer is in Elsewhere. Near the Land of Whatchamacallit, I believe.
The answer can't be in Elswhere, since the words to describe the Egg where already in Elswhere, and now it's full
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Ah, but the high-energy G-beam emptied it just a few minutes ago, so, it is in Elsewhere.
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