#1
There's no such thing as a mystery that is solved ,as soon as it is solved it is no longer a mystery.

How could the hundreds of people involved with the creating that television show let that huge mistake through.

I can understand the making a mistake in the grammar in the dialogue of a single episode somewhere,... But a redundant double negative? The name, the very name of the show. It surpasses my understanding.
Last edited by yope at Dec 10, 2015,
#2
Ok but it's still a mystery as to what drives yope to click the New Thread link.
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You lost me at "Lubricate."

I'm raw, like nature. Nature boy. Big jungle leaves are my cum rags.

Sometimes I fuck a bamboo shoot.


There's nothing left here to be saved
Just barreling dogs and barking trains
Another year lost to the blue line
#3
Wait, what television show?
Quote by snipelfritz
You lost me at "Lubricate."

I'm raw, like nature. Nature boy. Big jungle leaves are my cum rags.

Sometimes I fuck a bamboo shoot.


There's nothing left here to be saved
Just barreling dogs and barking trains
Another year lost to the blue line
#4
can we talk about the phrase 'names that sound made up'?

all names are made up aren't they? what's the deal with that


sorry aren't we doing bad standup bits?
#5
Unsolved Mysteries?

lmao what does that matter it's supposed to keep you interested not nerdy.
Quote by snipelfritz
You lost me at "Lubricate."

I'm raw, like nature. Nature boy. Big jungle leaves are my cum rags.

Sometimes I fuck a bamboo shoot.


There's nothing left here to be saved
Just barreling dogs and barking trains
Another year lost to the blue line
#6
If this is about the show Unsolved Mysteries, they didnt solve the mysteries on that show.
They just told stories about haunted houses and aliens and shit.

But how about "The Walking Dead" , if it's dead then it can't walk. What a bunch of dumbasses

Or "The Daily Show", it comes on at night idiots.

And what about all this crap "the such and such SHOW"?
Duh, we already know it's a show! How redundant
Last edited by EyeNon15 at Dec 10, 2015,
#7
Did you know there is no reason for the alphabet to be in the order it is in?
Come back if you want to
And remember who you are
‘Cause there's nothing here for you my dear
And everything must pass
#8
Quote by yope
There's no such thing as a mystery that is solved ,as soon as it is solved it is no longer a mystery.

How could the hundreds of people involved with the creating that television show let that huge mistake through.

I can understand the making a mistake in the grammar in the dialogue of a single episode somewhere,... But a redundant double negative? The name, the very name of the show. It surpasses my understanding.



Never don't give up yope.
#9
Quote by yope
There's no such thing as a mystery that is solved ,as soon as it is solved it is no longer a mystery.

How could the hundreds of people involved with the creating that television show let that huge mistake through.

I can understand the making a mistake in the grammar in the dialogue of a single episode somewhere,... But a redundant double negative? The name, the very name of the show. It surpasses my understanding.


It's not a redundant double negative, it's a tautology.

If a maths problem is solved is it still a maths problem?

If a mystery is solved it's still a mystery to those who do not know the solution. The quality of mysteriousness is in the beholder. It's not an existential phenomenon.
#10
A no longer mystery that is solved
WHAT A
HORRIBLE
NIGHT TO
HAVE A
CURSE.
#11
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Ok but it's still a mystery as to what drives yope to click the New Thread link.


pretty sure the answer would require rod serling and take place in the twilight zone.
#13
Quote by Joshua Garcia
Ok but it's still a mystery as to what drives yope to click the New Thread link.


I seen another thread w/ the redundant dn. in it .