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November 25, 2014, 06:47:31 PM
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Perhaps because of the principle, "ask a stupid question, get a stupid question"?
Isn't that not a principle, but a bastardized idiom?
What is the difference between a bastardized idiom and an adulterated proverb?

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November 26, 2014, 12:30:18 AM
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Perhaps because of the principle, "ask a stupid question, get a stupid question"?
Isn't that not a principle, but a bastardized idiom?
What is the difference between a bastardized idiom and an adulterated proverb?

Is that one of them proverbial word problems that needs to be put in aquatic form to better fish out the required result?
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November 26, 2014, 01:26:01 AM
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Perhaps because of the principle, "ask a stupid question, get a stupid question"?
Isn't that not a principle, but a bastardized idiom?
What is the difference between a bastardized idiom and an adulterated proverb?
Is that one of them proverbial word problems that needs to be put in aquatic form to better fish out the required result?
You mean, a liquidity problem?

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November 26, 2014, 02:21:16 AM
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Perhaps because of the principle, "ask a stupid question, get a stupid question"?
Isn't that not a principle, but a bastardized idiom?
What is the difference between a bastardized idiom and an adulterated proverb?
Is that one of them proverbial word problems that needs to be put in aquatic form to better fish out the required result?
You mean, a liquidity problem?

Are you trying to get my panties wet by constructing such prose?
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November 26, 2014, 02:42:52 AM
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Perhaps because of the principle, "ask a stupid question, get a stupid question"?
Isn't that not a principle, but a bastardized idiom?
What is the difference between a bastardized idiom and an adulterated proverb?
Is that one of them proverbial word problems that needs to be put in aquatic form to better fish out the required result?
You mean, a liquidity problem?

Are you trying to get my panties wet by constructing such prose?

Anyone else feel like this thread accurately resembles a conversation with 'Cleverbot'?

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November 26, 2014, 11:12:45 AM
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Perhaps because of the principle, "ask a stupid question, get a stupid question"?
Isn't that not a principle, but a bastardized idiom?
What is the difference between a bastardized idiom and an adulterated proverb?
Is that one of them proverbial word problems that needs to be put in aquatic form to better fish out the required result?
You mean, a liquidity problem?

Are you trying to get my panties wet by constructing such prose?

Anyone else feel like this thread accurately resembles a conversation with 'Cleverbot'?
Will I catch a virus if I clicked that link?
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November 26, 2014, 12:51:31 PM
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Perhaps because of the principle, "ask a stupid question, get a stupid question"?
Isn't that not a principle, but a bastardized idiom?
What is the difference between a bastardized idiom and an adulterated proverb?
Is that one of them proverbial word problems that needs to be put in aquatic form to better fish out the required result?
You mean, a liquidity problem?
Are you trying to get my panties wet by constructing such prose?
Anyone else feel like this thread accurately resembles a conversation with 'Cleverbot'?
Will I catch a virus if I clicked that link?
Is it possibe to catch a virus watching a totally stupid YouTube video?

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November 26, 2014, 03:55:21 PM
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What's your definition of totally?
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November 27, 2014, 10:08:41 AM
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What's your definition of totally?

Isn't totally means 100%?
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November 27, 2014, 10:19:54 AM
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What's your definition of totally?

Isn't totally means 100%?

doesn't totally also mean; 0%?

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November 27, 2014, 10:21:58 AM
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What's your definition of totally?

Isn't totally means 100%?

doesn't totally also mean; 0%?
All of 0% is none of 100%, isn't it?

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November 27, 2014, 12:24:21 PM
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What's your definition of totally?
Isn't totally means 100%?
doesn't totally also mean; 0%?
All of 0% is none of 100%, isn't it?
So, when someone says "totally empty", does that mean 0% of 100%, or 100% of 0%, or what?

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November 27, 2014, 01:00:36 PM
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So, when someone says "totally empty", does that mean 0% of 100%, or 100% of 0%, or what?

Isn't that like asking if the glass is half-full or half-empty?
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November 27, 2014, 02:13:14 PM
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So, when someone says "totally empty", does that mean 0% of 100%, or 100% of 0%, or what?

Isn't that like asking if the glass is half-full or half-empty?

what would you recommend i top up my glass with?

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November 27, 2014, 02:16:36 PM
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So, when someone says "totally empty", does that mean 0% of 100%, or 100% of 0%, or what?
Isn't that like asking if the glass is half-full or half-empty?
what would you recommend i top up my glass with?
It depends; which half would you want to top up?

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November 27, 2014, 02:17:53 PM
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So, when someone says "totally empty", does that mean 0% of 100%, or 100% of 0%, or what?
Isn't that like asking if the glass is half-full or half-empty?
what would you recommend i top up my glass with?
It depends; which half would you want to top up?

can i top up half a glass of beer with half a glass of whisky?

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November 27, 2014, 02:21:40 PM
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So, when someone says "totally empty", does that mean 0% of 100%, or 100% of 0%, or what?
Isn't that like asking if the glass is half-full or half-empty?
what would you recommend i top up my glass with?
It depends; which half would you want to top up?

can i top up half a glass of beer with half a glass of whisky?

Could you please fetch me a glass topped up half of beer, with half of whisky, and with half of Absolut? And some pizza?
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November 27, 2014, 02:26:59 PM
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So, when someone says "totally empty", does that mean 0% of 100%, or 100% of 0%, or what?
Isn't that like asking if the glass is half-full or half-empty?
what would you recommend i top up my glass with?
It depends; which half would you want to top up?

can i top up half a glass of beer with half a glass of whisky?

Could you please fetch me a glass topped up half of beer, with half of whisky, and with half of Absolut? And some pizza?

do i look like a waitress?

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November 27, 2014, 02:35:58 PM
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So, when someone says "totally empty", does that mean 0% of 100%, or 100% of 0%, or what?
Isn't that like asking if the glass is half-full or half-empty?
what would you recommend i top up my glass with?
It depends; which half would you want to top up?
can i top up half a glass of beer with half a glass of whisky?
Could you please fetch me a glass topped up half of beer, with half of whisky, and with half of Absolut? And some pizza?
Do i look like a waitress?
How can we tell, if you don't post a photo?

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November 27, 2014, 03:04:11 PM
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So, when someone says "totally empty", does that mean 0% of 100%, or 100% of 0%, or what?
Isn't that like asking if the glass is half-full or half-empty?
what would you recommend i top up my glass with?
It depends; which half would you want to top up?
can i top up half a glass of beer with half a glass of whisky?
Could you please fetch me a glass topped up half of beer, with half of whisky, and with half of Absolut? And some pizza?
Do i look like a waitress?
How can we tell, if you don't post a photo?

is this really me?

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