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Why does that always happen to me that way? I mean, why can't it happen to me this way? Everything just has to conform to one simple way of happening, doesn't it? :dry:

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Okay...this is a must:

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Not a real entry...but guess which one I am? ;P

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@Y-San If you are not an accident prone scientist, I am curious to know why you asked the question.

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when I play the piano, a horrible screeching sound always sounds the exact moment I press a key. why does that always happen?

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I got lynched in mafia...again.

Why does this ALWAYS happen to me? :(

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This has probably gone on long enough, why does that always happen to flamebirde?

@flamebird Your questionably mutually exclusive events take the cake, you are up...

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ughh, too late again. why does that always happen...

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... I...

This one's pretty much a freebie, do whatever you want. but still, use the capital I. ;)

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In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni

ingi rumimusnoc te etcon sumi murig nI

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In Illinois, Ishmael sterilized his scraped knee with I2 as he attempted to ID the function's asymptotes on I.

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...I...

don't...know...what...to...type...here...as...of...now...

:mellow:
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If its a freebie then why do we have to use the capital I?

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Plainglazed gets the prize for stating the obvious!

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well, well, should probably not accept this great honor as i failed to use the capital i. but in this perfect world we live in, even a cheater wins sometimes so :P .

...stuck out like a...

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Chewing gum stuck out like a piece of clay after i freeze-dried it & placed it on the victim's chair...:P

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Stripes out of fashion - stuck out like a bagel in the donut case.

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To the review board, the physic professor's attempt to demonstrate the right hand rule using, um, alternative appendages stuck out like...well, you know...

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xkcd again? :rolleyes:

the nuclear submarine with a plutonium bomb stuck on it in the desert stood out like a... well, it stuck out like a nuclear submarine with a plutonium bomb stuck on it in the desert. :mellow:

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It stuck out like an arm, oh wait... that is my arm. :blush:

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xkcd again? :rolleyes:

Wait ... me? No. Liz Climo.

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His *** stuck out at an extremely odd angle.

(And yes, *** is referring to his toe.)

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The wing mirror stuck out like a fender bender waiting to happen while reversing. At least that was my excuse to the insurance company.

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Wait ... me? No. Liz Climo.

No, I was referring to Y-San.

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