Do you know who you are?

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Do you know who you are?
Do you know who you are?
Do you know who you are?
 

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Yes

Yes
Yes
Yes
 
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What you talkin bout Willis?
What you talkin bout Willis?
What you talkin bout Willis?
 
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I am Jacks raging bile duct.
Why do I bother?
Why do I bother?
Why do I bother?
 
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Huckleberry said:
I am Jacks raging bile duct.
Why do I bother?
Why do I bother?
Why do I bother?
I don't know.
I don't know.
I don't know.
 
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IF you know who you are, you know why you bother!
 
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No good can come from this...
 
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BicycleTree said:
IF you know who you are, you know why you bother!
Actually I didn't type that. I was clearing my throat and began hacking violently. A nasty looking, viscous, black splotch of bile matter sprang from my mouth and deposited itself upon the keyboard. It typed out the message, hit enter, and returned to my standard position hovering near the new post button. I didn't even notice until I saw that I had a post in this thread. Imagine how surprised I was to find that my bilous friend had deceived me. I think I'll keep him in a jar and call him George.
 
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Huckleberry said:
I think I'll keep him in a jar and call him George.
Gonna hock up another one and name him Dick?
 
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No, who am I?
 
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It's multiple choice:
a. Fred Flintstone
b. Menelaus son of Atreus
c. Edward Teller
d. Musicians
 
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Danger said:
Gonna hock up another one and name him Dick?
Let's hope not. I'm sure Dick can hock up enough George's of his own to supply the US for another 4 years. The extras get sent to Area 51 bile storage facility were they keep them in liquid nitrogen in case of an airborne invasion by Soviet clones that have been incubating in Earth orbit since the cold war.
 
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BicycleTree said:
It's multiple choice:
a. Fred Flintstone
b. Menelaus son of Atreus
c. Edward Teller
d. Musicians
I choose option e. Agamemnon son of Peleus. You can't have it. It's mine. I claimed it first.
 
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BicycleTree said:
It's multiple choice:
a. Fred Flintstone
b. Menelaus son of Atreus
c. Edward Teller
d. Musicians
e. all of the above. :rofl:

Oh, wait, Huck already claimed e. Then:
f. none of the above. :biggrin:
 
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Huckleberry said:
The extras get sent to Area 51 bile storage facility were they keep them in liquid nitrogen
That's nuts! Everyone knows that liquid nitrogen causes brain damage!

Oh... wait...
 
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I am you, and you are me, and we all together...


I am the walrus
 
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Huckleberry said:
Actually I didn't type that. I was clearing my throat and began hacking violently. A nasty looking, viscous, black splotch of bile matter sprang from my mouth and deposited itself upon the keyboard. It typed out the message, hit enter, and returned to my standard position hovering near the new post button. I didn't even notice until I saw that I had a post in this thread. Imagine how surprised I was to find that my bilous friend had deceived me. I think I'll keep him in a jar and call him George.
oh please! I WISH you'd hit the keyboard. It actually landed on my fries (or chips or pommes frites or whatever the kids are calling them these days)
http://www.os42.com/wp-images/mushypeas.jpg
 
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What did Math google to find that image? "Phlem-like globs"?
I'm not sure I'm comfortable with the fact she had any idea where to start.
 
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hypatia said:
I am you, and you are me, and we all together...


I am the walrus

Uh oh, who gave hypatia a copy of 'What the Bleep'?
 
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zoobyshoe said:
What did Math google to find that image? "Phlem-like globs"?
That's Brewnog's post of 'mushy peas'.
 
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zoobyshoe said:
What did Math google to find that image? "Phlem-like globs"?
I'm not sure I'm comfortable with the fact she had any idea where to start.
Those are peas. She took it from the healthy breakfast thread that brewnog started a few days ago. How it got there I have no idea.

Kind of looks like a healthy wad o' bile. But mine was black and had a glisteny, stretchable, goupy texture, and its name was George.

Almost like this little guy.
http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:pm-BH7pzQYoJ:lorry.org/Misc/Deadthings/20030527-bile.jpg [Broken]
 
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Huckleberry said:
Almost like this little guy.
http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:pm-BH7pzQYoJ:lorry.org/Misc/Deadthings/20030527-bile.jpg [Broken]
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Just what in the hell is that?
 
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Danger said:
Just what in the hell is that?
I'm not sure. I did a search for bile on google images and picked that one out of a site called 'deadthings.' Is it a bile duct? Maybe some sort of bean hoax? It just reminded me of George.
 
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Huckleberry said:
Is it a bile duct?
Maybe... I've never seen one. If that's a regular floor tile that it's sitting on, then it's about 3-4 inches around. Maybe a seriously diseased appendix? I don't have time to try digging up the right medical text right now, and I'm not sure if any of mine have pictures of something like that or not.
 
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That's what I imagine a gall bladder to look like.
 

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