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Why?

Why?

Because.
Why not?

Gibbous House:  Ewan's First Novel
No Good Deed :  Ewan's Second Novel "the same as the first, a little bit louder and a little bit worse"

Because I say so.

 

Ah, the final answer, which brooks no argument. How do you brook no argument? Does it involve diverting a small stream of consciousness and drowning out the opposition? I don't even understand how the statement works. I think we should be told.

Gibbous House:  Ewan's First Novel
No Good Deed :  Ewan's Second Novel "the same as the first, a little bit louder and a little bit worse"

It just is
What just is? Does it have the ability to question its own existence? If not, how does it know it is?

 

the thing that asked 'why?' don't question, just go with the process! jude
Why do people actually go out and pay real money for Renaults?

 

I refer you to the previous posts above.

Gibbous House:  Ewan's First Novel
No Good Deed :  Ewan's Second Novel "the same as the first, a little bit louder and a little bit worse"

Because paying with fake money is really naughty and might get you in trouble.
I swear by Japanese cars. I stand by them and shout "bugger, bum, bloody, shit!"

 

I know it's a few years old, but check the top 10s at the bottom of this article: http://www.whatcar.com/news-article.aspx?NA=217806 hehe Japan wins, Renault fails! J x

 

The last time I tried to bicycle with heavy shopping, a wine bottle in a bag slung from the handlebars connected with my kneecap. I had a huge bruise and limped for weeks... I vote 'car'! J x

 

What's the difference between a bicycle and a donkey? Christ only knows.

Gibbous House:  Ewan's First Novel
No Good Deed :  Ewan's Second Novel "the same as the first, a little bit louder and a little bit worse"

A bicycle can't lay raccoon eggs.

 

Neither can a donkey. You're thinking of a mule.

Gibbous House:  Ewan's First Novel
No Good Deed :  Ewan's Second Novel "the same as the first, a little bit louder and a little bit worse"

Ich can provide a list of animals that can lay raccoon eggs. It's incomplete and correct. Your list Spartacus may be complete but it's incorrect. Furthermore, as Ich and several others know, the details of what an animal is thinking of another animal is always besides the point and fluctuates beyond any reason undoubtedly.

 

Now you're thinking like a mule.

Gibbous House:  Ewan's First Novel
No Good Deed :  Ewan's Second Novel "the same as the first, a little bit louder and a little bit worse"

For a minute there, I thought you were a rocking horse.

 

No fine discourse, from a rocking horse, wisdom as a rule, is not mouthed by a mule, the donkey's braying has nothing worth saying: the sense, my friend, leaves the opposite end.

Gibbous House:  Ewan's First Novel
No Good Deed :  Ewan's Second Novel "the same as the first, a little bit louder and a little bit worse"

Surely, If I go to the moon And it has a saloon I will need a surly raccoon. But if I see a tycoon Dining at Typhoon While a Thai babe Plays the bassoon I will none too soon Draw a nice mule Or a big baboon That'll steal his silver spoon, Maybe.

 

McGonagall lives!

Gibbous House:  Ewan's First Novel
No Good Deed :  Ewan's Second Novel "the same as the first, a little bit louder and a little bit worse"

Now you're thinking like Ewan again. You were far more interesting when you were thinking like Spartacus. *She is going to dump him. She is mine, MINE!!! Har Har Har*

 

Who did this to my favourite son? *weeps*

 

Oh, OK then. For a minute there, I thought Dia Beetus had done this to you. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43kdEOUL-LY

 

I think I have told you many, many times son, we don't laugh hard when we have eaten pillsbury cupcakes!

 

That almost spells 'yoyo' maybe that's y.

Gibbous House:  Ewan's First Novel
No Good Deed :  Ewan's Second Novel "the same as the first, a little bit louder and a little bit worse"

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