truth (22 Jan, 2013) Reply
ROFL that last one was pretty funny haha
LogiC (22 Jan, 2013) Reply
9. We did not derive from apes, both we and apes derived from the same species.
8. I would touch stars if I could.
7. Father in laws would beat the shit out of you. And your father in law is usually a pretty cool guy.
6. Whales have a superb aqua dynamic figure, and are really strong. They eat themselves fat to survive cold water periods of little food.
5. Flies can squeeze through really small openings.
4. How the hell would you dodge an incoming bullet?
3. It's not about new food appearing, but analyzing if you are hungry enough to eat the shit you have.
2. They charge you because you did an action, wich they deduct from your account once you restock it with money.
1. This is actually clever. (Probably Tarzan never got old enough to grow out his beard. He is still pretty young when he meets Jane in the story.)
Your work here (22 Jan, 2013)
Simpleton (22 Jan, 2013)
You vex me Logic.
@LogiC (22 Jan, 2013)
Superman is "faster than a speeding bullet" so dodge a bullet is should not be an issue. The thing I don't understand is why he would risk bystanders getting hit by a ricochet. He could easily disarm the villain before the first or soon afterwards. Standing their being all macho and deflecting bullets on my manly pecks; he's just showing off for Lois.
IlliGicAl (22 Jan, 2013)
Secondly, you don't know where apes or humans came from
Thirdly, flies start life as tiny organisms the size of a speck of dust and crawl in small places to grow larger.
Next, Superman does not exist
Penultimately, banks are a$$h0l3s
And lastly, this is not clever, he shaves with his flint rocks (like on his spear)
Other than these, good job
@@LogiC (22 Jan, 2013)
And moving faster than something does not mean your reflexes are faster than something. He is never written to have bullet dodging fast reflexes.
LogiC @IlliGicAl (22 Jan, 2013)
Firstly, yeah. Spelling and logic is really the same thing for someone who has English as their secound language.
Secoundly, yes we do: (visit link)
(Wiki, I know. Still.)
Thridly, that was my point, exactly.
Next, what does that matter, it's still logical.
Penultimately, kinda, but my point is still valid.
And lastly, age trumps "shaving with flint," which is really difficult and idiotic. There are more advantages than disadvantages connected to shaving while in the wild.
Though you have some half valid points, you still lose to logic.
Have a nice day.
LogiC vs IlliGicAl (23 Jan, 2013)
Flawless victory. LogiC WINS!
LogiC (23 Jan, 2013)
I'm famous now? :S
winterhog (23 Jan, 2013)
Actually, father-in-law jokes are quite popular in many countries. It is really quite interesting why they are absent in Anglo-American culture.
And Tarzan? Probably is a descendant of Western Indian for whom minimal facial hair is quite typical.
TardisHQ (22 Jan, 2013) Reply
No. 10 Nope
No. 9 Because they didn't. However apes and humans have a commom anecestor
No. 8 Try to count those 4 Billion stars. Actually there are more than just 4 Billion? Don't believe me? Well, then you better start counting yourselves.
No. 7 There are. Check it out: (visit link)
No. 6 Whales live in the freaking cold water. A huge layer of fat is healthy for them so they dont undercool. Humans on the other hand live on land and have completly different methods of keeping warm.
No. 5 They crawl into them when they are still alive. Secondly those fixtures are not airthight.
No. 4 He doesn't want do destroy the revolver by letting it shatter on his breast.
No. 3 Because sometimes they wanna drink something, sometimes they wanna eat a piece of cheese, sometimes just a sausage, sometimes they want to make sure that the light indeed is out.
No. 2 Because they are greedy bastards. And because those funds are interests for the money you owe them. Plus services fees and penalty
No. 1 In the original story by Edgar Rice Burroughs it is stated that Tarzan is a very young man, when he was brought back to england. Real beard grwoth usually starts between 14 and 18. For the sake of the argument lets assume Tarzan was 16 or 17 when he was found. There is a chance, that he yet had to develop a beard.
I hope this was helpful
Atheist (22 Jan, 2013) Reply
#9 and #8 show a heavy Christian bias. #9 is coined off of a George Carlin quote: "Tell people an invisible man in the sky created all things, they believe you.Tell them what you've painted is wet, they have to touch it to believe."
Me Tarzan (22 Jan, 2013) Reply
Me got castrated on forked branch. Me no real man. Sorry Jane. :-(
@ all You Logical Types (22 Jan, 2013) Reply
This is all just mind ****ing to troll you to answer. Oh, da*n, now I've done it too. Logic has no place in the world. If it did, why are we in the mess we are?
Mech0T1 (22 Jan, 2013) Reply
Re #9 : "If children come from their parents, then why are there still parents?"
Fockawolf (23 Jan, 2013) Reply
7. (visit link)
oberg (23 Jan, 2013) Reply
re:10 There was a day when a printing error caused the sale signs due to go up in the windows of Discount Irregular Mattress Outlet in Kings Road shingleford to read "Muttrexc sufl! %%0 off!" so for one day in the autumn of 1989 until they got some new signs from the printers that particular mattress store was forced to sell it's wares at normal price. The actual price was ten times what it usually is since the first sale started in 1956.
Skeeve (23 Jan, 2013) Reply
1. Tarzan doesn't have a beard because he shaves. With his knife. He has a knife because he found it in the skeleton of the ape who attacked his father, Lord Greystoke who was grieving over his wife who had died shortly after the infant would would grow up to be Tarzan was born.
Yes, all of this was, you guessed it, in the book! Try reading one in its entirety for once in your life instead of depending on the !@#%! Cliff's notes, & you might be able to cut short these lists of easily answered "life's riddles."