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A set of ramblings and now some puzzles too. Exactly what the title says.

  1. Yo Mamma Jokes

    Here is a collection of some of the nerdiest yo-mamma jokes you'll ever see, and a few that are original creations of fellow University of Waterloo students.

    Your momma's so fat, she can occupy Wall Street herself.
    Yo momma's so fat that whenever you play catch with her, her gravitational force slingshots the ball out of earth's orbit
    Yo mamma's so poor she accounts for 1/3 of the U.S. national debt.
    Yo momma's so ugly not even engineers find her attractive
  2. How've you all been.

    So, it's been six-and-a-half months since I left this place "for good", but since it's the Christmas holiday once again, I thought I'd return and see how this place has been a bit more thoroughly.

    But less about you guys, since you guys would already know how it's been like, and more about me.

    I've been to university; and whoo boy is it different. Now that everybody's an adult, we're much less inhibited to doing the things we like, and I learned that the hard ...
  3. I'm getting out of here.

    This staff recruitment drive has made me realize just how hooked I really am to this place. Sure my activity's been drastically decreasing and such, but I've been constantly thinking about this place, so much now that it's been intruding into my idle thoughts, where recently watched YouTube videos and an ear-worming song would normally reside. And I think it's unhealthy for me.

    It's made me realize that even if I did somehow become a staff member, it wouldn't do me any good. It would ...
  4. The latest conspiracy theory

    The word "Reshiram" is derived from an old Sumerian-based word, "r-sh-r-m", which means "white light". The "r-m" is a suffix.

    Similarly, the word "Zekrom" or "Zekurom" is derived from "z-k-r-m", which means "black light".

    Thirdly, the word "Kyurem" or "Kiyarem" is derived from "k-y-r-m", meaning "no light".

    Of course, none of that is ...

    Updated 30th May 2011 at 09:11 PM by Zekurom (Turns out "ligation" isn't used that way.)

  5. Realistic Paintings

    No, not my realistic paintings; this is a riddle, that my mom told me when I was young.

    A famous painter in China had three sons, to whom he taught vigorously the art of painting. This painter was famous for making paintings so well drawn, people thought they were absolutely real at first glance.

    This painter was becoming very old, so he had to decide who to give the largest share of his inheritance to. By now, all three of his sons were aspiring young men, and they ...
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