I think it's entirely dependent on what language you're speaking. The claim is often made here, "Math is a language." Let's stipulate it is, and translate the sentence, "That queen needs shaving," into math. Now, examine the syntax. You will find it is either correct or it isn't. Regardless of which, you have ansered your own quetion. You could just have googled it.Is it syntactically correct to say that queen needs shaving?
Those pokemons are actually an army of midgets dressed up as pokemons in order to hide their real identity.In a pokedex pokemon are categorized as "rat pokemon","lightening pokemon" etc
but there are no animals shown in the games or the show?
Because that year there was a shift in the population of the green arsed makakis and they all became extinct.Still, the sad story directs a curious reader to an oft-overlooked quetion that warrants a closer investigation: why was 1982 a year-long event?
Not that I'm going to bother calculating a googlactically available factoid, but google tells me the sun isn't blue due to the Babylonian system of division of the 4 elements into the four colors; red, yellow, blue, and white. In cuneiform "blue" which is the color of sunlight, is easily and often misspelled as "kangaroo." When the Babylonians reread the misspelled tablets and discovered the sentence, "The sun is kangaroo," they decided it would be better refer to the sun as white in color, to avoid the worse confusion.Why isn't the sun blue?
Loool to what was this actually response?As discovered by Martha Chomsky, the scandalous twin sister of Noam, from whom the famous linguist is rumoured to have stolen much of his early work, the SUN(Scandinavian Ubermenshen Namaste) uprisings are the direct result of income equality oppressing the Scandinavian CEOs.
Her meticulous measurements of popular dissatisfaction with income-induced self-aggrandizement during the particularly sunny year of 1982, proved as successful as they were disastrous, culminating in her much-publicised death of nicotine withdrawal soon after the publication of her seminal paper.
Still, the sad story directs a curious reader to an oft-overlooked quetion that warrants a closer investigation: why was 1982 a year-long event?
Edit: shiiite, you people type too fast
Not that fremes is possible, it's even logical and optional! From the dawn of mankind people were wondering what exactly is that, and if I knew as well, I could even give a more precise response.Is fremes possible?
Why the Sun rises in the north. It started as how much light is there..., but typing on a phone is slooow.Loool to what was this actually response?
When Gorgon Zola, the hair-snakes-and-petrifying-gaze syndrome-afflicted brother of Emil Zola first set foot on the Moon, he smugly remarked: one small step for Gorgonzola, a giant leap for Gauda - alluding to the effortless victory he had thus achieved over his arch-nemesis.Is the Moon made of Gorgonzola or Gauda?
Why the Sun rises in the north. It started as how much light is there..., but typing on a phone is slooow.
Ahhh Ok, thanks.
No, there was never a sexier pelvic thrust than that performed by the late father Pierrogi in the Summer of '99 in the back of his ice cream van - not even the one in the back of Mitsubishi truck in the winter of 1985.Was there ever a sexier pelvic thrust than that performed by the late father Pierrogi in the Summer of '99 in the back of his ice cream van?
Who has more Neanderthal features - Clinton's grandma or Putin's mama?
Although the memories of Cold War slowly fade from our collective psyche, the spirit of East-West competition burns brightly underneath the civil platitudes that dominate US-Russian relations. Nowhere is it more visible than among the cinephile crowd.Beelzebub said:Who has more Neanderthal features - Clinton's grandma or Putin's mama?
As revealed on her deathbed by Martha Chomsky, the scandalous transvestite uncle of Noam, from whom the famous linguist is rumoured to have picked up much of his sleazy manner, "now we know, now we knooow!" obviously alluding to her life-long research on etymological relatedness of squerges and squeemisms.Are squerges related to squeemisms?
A professor doth profess unity of singularity in singularity of unity, and vice versa, reducing all the pleonasms to a single unit of one pleonasm per cubic meter of words.Quetion: What doth a professor profess?
Because he was less than 8, more than 9, and wasn't exactly 7 either.I don't think either of them weighed the possibility of weighing more than nothing.
Serious(ly dumb) question: If 8+2 is 10, why did the number 4 horse still win the race?
She accreted to much dust, got fat, joined Weight Watchers®, and like 99%, failed. It wasn't her fault.Because he was less than 8, more than 9, and wasn't exactly 7 either.
Why does gravity weigh so much - shouldn't she go on a diet?
There's absolutely no justifiable reason, but continued complaints to The Scientific Establishment have been met with stoney silence.Why is fossilized dinosaur poop called Copralite, and not, Poopraholydungheap?