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Jan 28 2013

Do you take a credit card?

I would like to buy your product.

Ignore the disclaimer, you can use it everywhere.

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  1. 1
    Owen

    Shut up and take my money!

  2. 2
    kevinalexander

    How much is £9000? Seems reasonable. I’ll check my IChing.

    I spent $400 on some magical IChing powder. It’s supposed to cure fidgeting but it doesn’t work.

  3. 3
    Trebuchet

    I really find myself wanting to try Tibetan Frowning!

  4. 4
    Moggie

    Nice feminist hair!

  5. 5
    loopyj

    N.B. While telling a co-worker that Astrology is bullpuckey might feel to them like you’re throwing cold water in their face, it’s really not a good idea to actually throw cold water in their face.

  6. 6
    neuroturtle

    I just found the video I’m going to use to introduce Day 1 of my stats class tonight. =)

  7. 7
    DLC

    94% of instantly generated statistics support the argument.
    Some notes they forgot:
    Skepticism should not be taken in addition to religion, as harmful interactions could result.
    If you feel skeptical for more than 4 hours, call your naturopath immediately. Just tell him he’s full of bollocks and he’ll know what’s wrong.
    Overuse of skepticism can lead to hyperskepticism and internet douchebaggery.
    If you find yourself demanding evidence for even the most trivial assertions such as “it’s daytime” , decrease your dosage of skepticism immediately.

  8. 8
    randay

    At the end of the sketch be sure to clique on the upper-right square “Goodness Gracious Me, miracles.” It is extracts from an Indian comedy series. We don’t often get the chance to see shows from a far away country and this one is funny.

  9. 9
    richardh

    be sure to clique on the upper-right square “Goodness Gracious Me, miracles.”

    Those related clips appear to permute randomly, so it might appear somewhere else, or not at all. Or it might be a different GGM sketch.

    It is extracts from an Indian comedy series. We don’t often get the chance to see shows from a far away country and this one is funny.

    Ah, the jolly old Bombay Broadcasting Corporation!
    “Goodness Gracious Me is a BBC English language sketch comedy show originally aired on BBC Radio 4 … The show explored the conflict and integration between traditional Indian culture and modern British life.”
    (pfft)

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