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I made a great new word!

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 3:45 am
by Ash G
Honestly, from the wrong side of a bottle of wine, this really does appear to need its own thread.

I made a new word. Get this:

"Audiogasm"

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 7:58 am
by Chantal
In a similar vein, someone already beat you with auralgasm I'm afraid.

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 8:58 am
by Ash G
:roll:
Bastards.
:evil:

Earlier in the year I came up with Apocalypso, only to find that it was a famous book. I suppose I still got Guitarriffic and Wikipedophile. Oh, and peanut bastard.

Thanks, Chantal.

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 9:13 am
by William
when did you come up with wikipedophile? encyclopediadramatica has a page about wikipedophiles which apparently dates back to 13 July 2005.

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 1:08 pm
by String Bean Jean

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 1:24 pm
by Chantal
Poor Ash - we're all spoiling his fun!

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 1:44 pm
by String Bean Jean
Chantal wrote:Poor Ash - we're all spoiling his fun!
I thought that was the point of this thread (what's the most sarcastic smiley in the emotions?)

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 4:07 pm
by StefanC

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 8:43 pm
by Ash G
If I was born ten years earlier I would be "the way" - I got the same thing with science, I came up with loads of great ideas, thought up the most part of string theory all on my own in primary school, l worked out time travel, relative perpetual motion, and all sorts, only to find out that the things I'd thought of myself had been around for years, and no-one had told me. Cooking too, being supposedly avant-garde and unique with food creations, only to have people give a proper name to whatever I had made. Oh, and music. I was starting out in a band, and I had a very good idea of the kind of sound that I wanted. Then I got an album called "On The Outside" by Symposium, instantly knew that what I wanted to do had already been done perfectly by them, and took up art instead, that very week.

Today, I stop trying.

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 9:01 pm
by String Bean Jean
Ash G wrote:If I was born ten years earlier I would be "the way" - I got the same thing with science, I came up with loads of great ideas, thought up the most part of string theory all on my own in primary school, l worked out time travel, relative perpetual motion, and all sorts, only to find out that the things I'd thought of myself had been around for years, and no-one had told me. Cooking too, being supposedly avant-garde and unique with food creations, only to have people give a proper name to whatever I had made. Oh, and music. I was starting out in a band, and I had a very good idea of the kind of sound that I wanted. Then I got an album called "On The Outside" by Symposium, instantly knew that what I wanted to do had already been done perfectly by them, and took up art instead, that very week.

Today, I stop trying.
if you've worked out time travel, couldn't you go back and change the timeline so that you're some kind of super genius?
you could write all the Ooberman songs before they were born just to be mean.

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 11:36 pm
by Ash G
String Bean Jean wrote: if you've worked out time travel, couldn't you go back and change the timeline so that you're some kind of super genius?
you could write all the Ooberman songs before they were born just to be mean.
It only works in theory, and even the theory requires a piece of technology that I cannot afford to build. I wouldn't take Ooberman music with me though. I think I'd take RPM by Skid Row back to 1992, hopefully get a bit of fame with that, then be there when Symposium decide to form. I could be their violinist and backing bassist, as well as a great big help at the end when the time comes to see how much stage furniture can be thrown into the crowd before the crew come and carry us away.

Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2007 9:20 am
by StefanC
Ash G wrote:
String Bean Jean wrote: if you've worked out time travel, couldn't you go back and change the timeline so that you're some kind of super genius?
you could write all the Ooberman songs before they were born just to be mean.
It only works in theory, and even the theory requires a piece of technology that I cannot afford to build.
Surely you only need to get your hands on a flux capacitor... :D

http://www.monkeyrivertown.com/brains.php?ART=641

Posted: Fri Aug 10, 2007 10:27 am
by William
you have to play with cause and effect, Ash.

1. when you have built your time machine, visit Tesco and stock up on as much butter, chocolate, stockings, stuff like that as your time machine can carry.

2. set the machine to go back to 1941 and fence all this stuff.

3. you should then have acquired quite a lot of cash correct to the time period (and if not, go back to Tesco and do it again). the next step is to travel to America (your machine should be able to travel in space as well as time) and invest all the money you made in the stock market (i'd suggest buying shares in IBM).

4. having done this, travel forward in time to 11th August 2007 and post the share certificates through your own letterbox. sell your massive stake in IBM and use the money to finance the building of your time machine.

5. see #1