Meme

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If I Can Do This Then You Can Do Anything

If I Can Do This Then You Can Do AnythingIf I Can Do This Then You Can Do Anything


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Wangston's Second Law

If you are a human and you are married to a robot, then your spouse has every reason to demand that you solve any NP-complete problems that arise

Corollary:

  • the most human member of a group should be responsible for solving NP-complete problems
  • and/or the member of a group that has the most facility in solving NP-complete problems is the most human

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?ILF

By popular demand,

_ I'd Like to Fuck

Attorney
Baby
Chicken
Debutante
Engineer
Fuck
Gangster
Hipster
Intern
Jellyfish
Kin
Log
Mom
Neighbor
Oligarch
Prelate
Quintuplets
Rabbi
Sturgeon
Tortellini
Uncle
Watermelon
Xenophobe
Yarn
Zimbabwean


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MIL?

Mom I'd Like to _

Acknowledege
Baby
Caress
Deny
Employ
Fuck
Greet
Hate
Inspect
Jeer
Know
Lick
Milk
Needle
Observe
Proposition
Quote
Rumble
Stereotype
Terrify
Understand
Violate
Watch
Xerox
Yelp
Zombify

I might have gotten some of these wrong, please leave any corrections in the comments and I'll update...


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Goodbye World

The first program you ever wrote was called Hello World


Lollygash

Apparently, I almost own this keyword so I might as well define it fully.

A lollygash is the cut you get on your tongue when you're trying to find out how many licks it takes to get to the center of a tootsie roll tootsie pop, and the candy develops a nasty, sharp, edge.

Lollygash is also an (arguably horrendous) genre of music/mash up in which porn sound tracks are mixed with electronica.


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The Snob Horizon

I collect snobberies.

I like knowing what makes some things high-quality and other things crappy (it's different for every kind of thing), and being able to distinguish the subtle differences between the two.

However, the traits that distinguish good from bad are arbitrary and, like fashion, are often cyclic and based on class/expense rather than any intrinsic measure of quality in the snobbed object.


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Veto

Kristina suggested this at a party recently.

Everyone should be given one veto in their lifetime that they can use to break up a relationship they think is particularly awful.

Interventions don't always work. And sometimes they cause hard feelings.

I'm pretty sure that everyone can identify a relationship they know of that someone should have stopped.

On the flip side, it's possible that if this rule was enacted, all relationships would be vetoed, ie. there's always at least one person who would veto any relationship.

Some additional rules that were suggested:


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The Stakes Are Low

Usually the stakes are low.

Why pitch a fit if that's the case?

What's the worst that could happen?

Usually the worst case scenario isn't terrible.


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