ok, which is it?
what's an innie? what's an outie?
Bellybuttons, am I correct? (shudders to think of the other things it could refer to)
I have an innie.
We're very intamate here......
What I want to know is, who would actually COP to having an outtie?? :rofl: :rofl:
I'm an innie.
This is just like that time three years ago when I saw this poor bird get hit by a car backing up at 50 mph...
come on, outies! don't be afraid... we won't point fingers
I have a lefty.
come to think of it... a poll regarding those other things could possibly reveal some quite interessting stuff with the "Other... please specify..." question...
how is this a "philosofical" poll???????????
uhhh... it's just my way of luring unsuspecting victims rigth into my dirty grasp... muahaha...
look... 14 people have already voted... but all claim to have innies...
that can mean two out of two things...
1) people with outies doesn't read philosophical threads...
2) people with outies are too clever to be lured into my dirty grasp... (muahaha... )
3) there are no people with outies or "Other"...
look what important information you can get out of such a thread... i'm just so amazingly smart, it never seizes to amaze me... *sigh* ... *sends myself finger kisses and a little pink flower*
(notice how the correct use of the words "never seizes to amaze me" in reality makes no sense?)
I have a gaping pit.
i'm actually not sure if that falls under "Others" or not...
maybe i should have included it in the options along with "fallous lump"...
The phrase commonly used is "it never ceases to amaze me." meaning, its always constanly amazing you... which makes sense... weird eh?
And i'm an innie, though i'm determined my child (of the distant future) shall be special and therefore an outie.
1) well, that just shows you the value of english teachers these days... *hrmpf*
2) evil, evil person!
edit: i just did a search on yahoo... it has reached epedemic proportions!
You use Yahoo to search ? Your primitivity never siezes to amaze me !
okay, next time i'll use: www.l33twebsavvyparametricsearchengine.com[/URL]
I don't know if it is funny or terribly disturbing that so many people can be that ignorant.
It's like the people that type contractions such as would've and could've phonetically as "would of" and "could of". Actually I don't even know if those are acceptable as contractions, although they're widely used. AARGGHHH! :grumpy:
Where did these people learn English??
At least you, balkan, questioned the wording, realizing that it made no sense, so you are excused.
Tsu, you must have missed the previous couple of posts...
Separate names with a comma.