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1. A body of water, smaller than a river, contained within relatively narrow banks. Creek.

2. What the thing you push around the grocery store is called. Cart.

3. A metal container to carry a meal in. Lunch box?

4. The thing that you cook bacon and eggs in. Frying pan.

5. The piece of furniture that seats three people. Couch.

6. The device on the outside of the house that carries rain off the roof. Aren't those gutters?

7. The covered area outside a house where people sit in the evening. Porch.

8. Carbonated, sweetened, non-alcoholic beverages. Soda. Pop's a slang term for Dad and Coke is a specific type. All the rest of you assholes don't know what you're talking about.

9. A flat, round breakfast food served with syrup. Pancakes!

10. A long sandwich designed to be a whole meal in itself. Hoagie. Heros are only in stories and subs go underwater and are generally named Red October. Fuckers.

11. The piece of clothing worn by men at the beach. I'll assume not Speedos. I call them shorts.

12. Shoes worn for sports. Sneakers.

13. Putting a room in order. Cleaning it up?

14. A flying insect that glows in the dark. Firefly. Ala Joss Whedon.

15. The little insect that curls up into a ball. Pillbug. Eew.

16.The children's playground equipment where one kid sits on one side and goes up while the other sits on the other side and goes down. See-saw!

17. How do you eat your pizza? From the point to the crust, usually kinda folded.

18. What's it called when private citizens put up signs and sell their used stuff? Yard sale. We have rowhomes; garages are too out of the way to sell shit out of.

19. What's the evening meal? Dinner. Or, Fourthmeal™.

20. The thing under a house where the furnace and perhaps a rec room are? Basement.

21. What do you call the thing that you can get water out of to drink in public places? Wudder fountain.
coryanotado: (fanboy - new TPiR logo)
For the first three people who reply to this post and re-post this: you win

For your prize, I will send/give you a gift.

It might be something I've made, or something cool I've dug from the depths of my room. It might be a poem, a picture, a story, a flower, or a book I think you might enjoy. Or perhaps a useful object, or something else that is awesome or maybe just taking up room.

Whatever it is, I'll send it within 60 days of your posted comment, and I will need your snail mail (or to see you in person).

The only thing you need to do to receive your gift is PARTICIPATE.

Be one of the first three reply to this and post this in your journal, and you'll be the recipient of a snail mail package.
coryanotado: (disbelief - tycho don't believe)
You scored as Green, <'Imunimaginative's Deviantart Page'>

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Green

67%

Anarchism

58%

Socialist

58%

Democrat

50%

Communism

50%

Republican

17%

Fascism

8%

Nazi

8%

What Political Party Do Your Beliefs Put You In?
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Your Score: Longcat


64% Affectionate, 45% Excitable, 48% Hungry




Protector of truth.


Slayer of darkness.


Loooooong.


Longcat may seem like just a regular lengthy cat, but he is, in fact, looong. For proof, observe the longpic.



It is prophesized that Longcat and his archnemesis Tacgnol will battle for supremacy on Caturday. The outcome will change the face of the world, and indeed the very fabric of lolcatdom, forever.



Be grateful that the test has chosen you, and only you, to have this title.



To see all possible results, checka dis.















Link: The Which Lolcat Are You? Test written by GumOtaku on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
coryanotado: (art - magritte 1up)
Comment, and I'll...

1. Tell you why I friended you
2. Associate you with a song/movie
3. Tell a random fact about you (but they may not be true)
4. Tell a first memory about you
5. Associate you with a character/pairing.
6. Ask something I've always wanted to know about you
7. Show you my favourite userpic of yours
8. In return, you MUST spread this disease in your LJ.
coryanotado: (suzanne - Satan Train)
Intellectual Superhero
Intellectual Superhero is neither an intellectual nor a superhero, but don’t tell him that! The Intellectual Superhero is easily identified by his complete inability to allow a class period to pass by without asking at least 654 questions designed to show how "witty" and "clever" he is. He will attempt to prove the professor wrong in every class with his inane bullshit, regardless of the fact that the professor has a doctorate in the field. If it’s a science course, the Intellectual Superhero will attempt to solve every problem using an alternate method, which is always incorrect. But don’t worry; he’ll still manage to waste 20 minutes of your life with his insane method of solving the problem. At least you’ll get to laugh at him when the professor proves him wrong.

45 Year Old College Student with Two Kids
The 45 Year Old College Student with Two Kids is one of the more interesting personas found in the college classroom. This subject has returned to school in an attempt to better her life, which is a great endeavor. However, there are a few things about this person that will make you want to punch her in the face by the end of the semester. The 45-year-old college student with two kids must write down every word the professor says. This will cause the class to be peppered with calls of "can you repeat that" approximately every 0.23 seconds. Second, she must ask the most obvious questions, preferably ones the professor has already answered. Here’s an example:

Professor: So, in 1776 the Declaration of Independence was written.
Old student: Okay, let me make sure I’m writing this down correctly. The Declaration of Independence was written in 1776, right?
Professor: 30 seconds of blank stare followed by: Yes.

If you are lucky enough to be in a small class where participation is required, you’ll be treated to such delights as "Well I have two kids and I think that [insert obvious statement here]" or "Ever since I’ve had my two kids, [insert fragmented sentence here]." As an added bonus, you’ll get to hear about all of her life experiences as a parole officer and about her last 5 marriages that ended in divorce.
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coryanotado: (confused - ask jeeves)
Your Language Arts Grade: 100%

Way to go! You know not to trust the MS Grammar Check and you know "no" from "know." Now, go forth and spread the good word (or at least, the proper use of apostrophes).

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One more. The iTunes meme! )
coryanotado: (sports - you're with me leather)
I've seen Major League Baseball games in:
Veteran's Stadium, Philadelphia
Citizen's Bank Park, Philadelphia

I've seen National Basketball Association games in:
Corestates Spectrum, Philadelphia
Wachovia Center, Philadelphia

I've seen National Hockey League games in:
First Union Center, Philadelphia

I've seen National Football League games in:
Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia

Have seen the outside of but have not been in:
Soldier Field, Chicago
United Center, Chicago
Wrigley Field, Chicago
The Meadowlands, New Jersey
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
Oriole Park, Baltimore
Staples Center, Los Angeles
Dolphin Stadium, Miami
coryanotado: (Match Game '05)
The meme's going around. Find your birthday in Wikipedia, and post three facts, two births, and a death.

July 11

Facts:
1804 - Vice President of the United States Aaron Burr kills Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton in a duel.
1955 - The phrase In God We Trust is added to all US currency.
1961 - Stu Miller was famously "blown off the mound" by a gust of wind at the Major League Baseball All-Star Game at San Francisco's Candlestick Park. He was charged with a balk.

Births:
1924 - Brett Somers, Canadian actor
1959 - Suzanne Vega, American singer
1975 - Lil' Kim, American rapper

Deaths:
1937 - George Gershwin, American composer (b. 1898)
1989 - Sir Laurence Olivier, English actor (b. 1907)
1994 - Savannah, American pornographic actress (b. 1970)
coryanotado: (la salle radio)
Open up your media library of choice and answer the questions, no matter how embarrassing it is.

How many songs?
2,227

Sort by artist
First artist: "Chris Glover"
Last artist: The Zutons

Sort by song title
First Song: Alexisonfire - .44 Caliber Love Letter
Last Song: They Might be Giants - ZYX

Sort by time
Shortest Song: They MIght be Giants - Here Come the ABCs (0:11)
Longest Song: Douglas Adams - Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (4:59:59)

Sort by album
First Album: Oasis - (What's the Story) Morning Glory
Last Album: Matchbox 20 - Yourself or Someone Like You

First song that comes up on shuffle: Bowling for Soup - Greatest Day

How many songs come up when you search for "sex"?: 4

How many songs come up when you search for "death"?: 9

How many songs come up when you search for "love"?: 70

Most Frequently Played Song: Dub Pistols - Cyclone (42 times)

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