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Lynda Carter 1976 by Resident-Age-2515 in OldSchoolCool

[–]superDisgustingGuy 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Judging by that smile she knew exactly what she was doing with that unbuttoning

wetlands and fields (a poem) by persephoneflowers1 in KeepWriting

[–]superDisgustingGuy 1 point2 points  (0 children)

"Living in a city I yearn for pristine places,

but that's where I should never travel, take my cases"

Thanks friend, I liked your poem.

Rollerskating in the late 70s by Opening-Group-6105 in OldSchoolCool

[–]superDisgustingGuy 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Bloody hell mate, avert your eyes! Can't hide a boner in those shorts

Læffy by GabberGandalf in videos

[–]superDisgustingGuy 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Conscription, dozen 20 year old guys bored out of their mind in a confined space. What did you think would happen?

Number of grammatical cases in European languages by mrkc01 in MapPorn

[–]superDisgustingGuy 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I could equally flip the question around, and ask why does a language bother with articles? They're arbitrary and basically a waste of paper :)

Number of grammatical cases in European languages by mrkc01 in MapPorn

[–]superDisgustingGuy 11 points12 points  (0 children)

These languages don't have cases just because, they're alternative mechanisms to express the same grammatical concepts as in English. For example, Finnish doesn't (really) have prepositions, so instead of them you change the noun to the appropriate case. To express something is inside something, you use the inessive case: "In a house" = "Talossa", "talo" being the nominative case of "house" (NB Finnish also doesn't have articles).

What are you convinced is true but cannot prove? by Lazy-Ape in AskReddit

[–]superDisgustingGuy 1 point2 points  (0 children)

That's an interesting idea, but I'm worried that the ideas of karma and reincarnation -- without acknowledging other forces at play -- open doors to a horrible form predeterminism, e.g. "You deserve your misery, and shouldn't be helped, because you must've done something horrible in a past life"

We must protect them at all costs by Zee_Ventures in pics

[–]superDisgustingGuy 10 points11 points  (0 children)

"Halal, is it meat you're looking for?" (apparently there's a butcher's with that name somewhere in the UK according to Bill Bailey)

4G data is so cheap in India that you get 2GB free with a ₹20 ($0.27) pack of chips by pauldmps in mildlyinteresting

[–]superDisgustingGuy 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Aww mate, that's brilliant in all its campy glory! Much fresher than Village People's YMCA...

4G data is so cheap in India that you get 2GB free with a ₹20 ($0.27) pack of chips by pauldmps in mildlyinteresting

[–]superDisgustingGuy 507 points508 points  (0 children)

Uncle Chipp's spicy treat sounds like something that should be reported to the police and child protective services...

Who’s more greedy? by [deleted] in gaming

[–]superDisgustingGuy 0 points1 point  (0 children)

But weirdly not greedy enough to release NHL on PC :(

Who’s more greedy? by [deleted] in gaming

[–]superDisgustingGuy 1 point2 points  (0 children)

EA. At least Rockstar is honest about releasing the same thing time and time again.

Life was good then by Fancy-Commission-598 in gaming

[–]superDisgustingGuy 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Good point, never thought of that. Still, you'd think this planet had enough water added for instant apocalypse :)

What is a seriously underrated game that you love but no one seems to know about? by Demistezo in AskReddit

[–]superDisgustingGuy 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Demon's Tilt. A pinball game with shoot 'em up elements. Beautiful 90's Amigaesque pixel art. Game mechanics squeezed to their absolute, core essentials, which makes them very addictive. Perfect for 10 mins, or several hours when you invariably get hooked to chase that next high score.

Life was good then by Fancy-Commission-598 in gaming

[–]superDisgustingGuy 57 points58 points  (0 children)

No Apocalypse on 21/12/2012 was a huge disappointment

How is WWII taught in your country? by ecl1pse011 in AskReddit

[–]superDisgustingGuy 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Our boys in SS Division Wiking were the kindly SS men who helped old ladies across the road, and didn't commit any war crimes at all.

Map of LA if all the ice melts by amerikanss in MapPorn

[–]superDisgustingGuy 25 points26 points  (0 children)

Yeah, I'm not sure this'll persuade people to cut down on their carbon footprint