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#6 - felixjarl (02/14/2013) [-]
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#31 - xbenas (02/14/2013) [-]
*******		 gravel.
******* gravel.
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User avatar #77 to #31 - mondominiman (02/14/2013) [-]
Im pretty sure you know this but you can just dig it out and put a torch under it quickly so everything that falls on it gets destroyed.
#50 - patriotpenguin ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
so he fails a question on a test just to amuse the internet...?
so he fails a question on a test just to amuse the internet...?
#68 to #50 - jthwdragon (02/14/2013) [-]
or he made a fake worksheet/test (or got it off the internet) and wrote it down then got a red pen and fake graded it
#81 to #50 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
it's just a bonus, relax.
User avatar #88 to #50 - kaitheguy (02/14/2013) [-]
a lot of times when i don't know an answer to a question i do this stuff
#121 to #50 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
A bonus question.
User avatar #136 to #50 - mrhotwings (02/14/2013) [-]
It was a bonus question so he didn't lose any points :P
User avatar #52 to #50 - smallerlemon (02/14/2013) [-]
It was a bonus question, so it didn't effect his grade.
User avatar #64 to #52 - cabbagemayhem ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
*affect
#37 - dishesaredone (02/14/2013) [-]
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#28 - samael (02/14/2013) [-]
Am i the only one who wonders what kind of a test includes such a question?
And furthermore what is the right answer?
User avatar #59 to #28 - ericbeagles (02/14/2013) [-]
Wood tech
#36 to #28 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
Woodwork, metalwork, engineering, drafting, etc...?
User avatar #78 to #36 - bighairyfart (02/14/2013) [-]
if i taught one of those classes, i would put that on the test intentionally.
and, then if someone put a similar answer, i would give them double points for the question
#76 - thelamalord (02/14/2013) [-]
that's old as 			****
that's old as ****
#54 - pjnona (02/14/2013) [-]
**pjnona rolled a random image posted in comment #10 at Look at that....damn... ** WHAT!? That totally works! Stupid teacher.... doesn't understand
User avatar #30 - ixcarnifexxi (02/14/2013) [-]
Ha
#1 - mrdarp (02/13/2013) [-]
#13 to #1 - marindoom (02/14/2013) [-]
How do you breathe?
User avatar #35 to #13 - Marker ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
>Doesn't play Minecraft
>Instantly a dumbass
#2 to #1 - thatguywhohasbacon (02/14/2013) [-]
That's the crafting recipe for a door in minecraft.
User avatar #44 to #2 - departed (02/14/2013) [-]
How did this get so many thumbs...?
#74 to #44 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
everyone loves bacon..thats why
User avatar #65 to #44 - cabbagemayhem ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
My only guess is there are a lot of kids that surf FunnyJunk in the background.
User avatar #66 to #65 - kimilsung ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
So you're saying minecraft is a game for kids?
User avatar #72 to #66 - cabbagemayhem ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
No, if it were made for kids they wouldn't have enabled redstone circuits capable of logic gates. But, I am saying that may be the main user base.
User avatar #73 to #72 - kimilsung ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
And you're right bro, you can easily spot kids cause they are like 0MG CREEPAH GUISE I FOUND DIAMONZ LOL and well, mature players are more.. profesional?
User avatar #3 to #2 - rabiez (02/14/2013) [-]
MAYNE DAS ******* ******** DAT TEACHER KNOWS DAMN WELL THAT NIKKA AWNSERD THAT QUESTION RIGHT HE ANT ASKIN FOR NO ******** DAMN IRON DOOR DAYUME HE SHOULDA SAID IRON DOOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#12 to #3 - batwill **User deleted account** (02/14/2013) [-]
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#22 to #3 - mrdarp (02/14/2013) [-]
I log in to see a notification with people explaining to me what the joke is here, and I see this.
#24 to #3 - tuckthisphit (02/14/2013) [-]
go home rabiez,you are dumb.
#20 to #3 - dirtybadger (02/14/2013) [-]
rabiez, what the 			****		 man?
rabiez, what the **** man?
#19 to #3 - hellsjester (02/14/2013) [-]
at reast people understrand my sheetie engrish
#32 to #19 - hillbillypowpow ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
******* mind readers
User avatar #23 to #19 - tuckthisphit (02/14/2013) [-]
I laughed so hard that i couldnt thumb your comment up because my whole body was shaking.
User avatar #25 to #23 - hellsjester (02/14/2013) [-]
really well that's one more person i made laugh now only 7billion more people to go until my life goal is complete
User avatar #139 to #23 - emmyizme (02/14/2013) [-]
Thank goodness I wasn't the only one.
User avatar #27 to #3 - hellsjester (02/14/2013) [-]
go back to face book where you belong.....
User avatar #34 to #3 - silasersej (02/14/2013) [-]
Wow, you're unpopular
User avatar #69 to #67 - cabbagemayhem ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
You all are not seriously that stupid are you?
#41 to #3 - maddboiy (02/14/2013) [-]
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#60 to #3 - razschi (02/14/2013) [-]
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WTF?!
#53 to #3 - isoscelessandwich ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
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#51 to #3 - Pompano (02/14/2013) [-]
those red thumbs


those red thumbs
User avatar #8 to #3 - astraea (02/14/2013) [-]
oh gawd I laughed so hard at this
User avatar #33 to #8 - thisotherdude (02/14/2013) [-]
Still waiting on season three you angel robot bitch thing, get her done!
#14 to #8 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
Astraea what u doing here?! Get back to the anime!
User avatar #15 to #14 - astraea (02/14/2013) [-]
lolwhut
#17 to #2 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
it is obvious that that is a crafting recipe for a door in minecraft
so why was it necessary to say that?
#29 to #17 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
Gee, i don't know, maybe because mrdarp said that he didn't ******* get it?
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#49 - isoscelessandwich ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
That's a pretty cool repost, bro.
That's a pretty cool repost, bro.
User avatar #138 to #49 - emmyizme (02/14/2013) [-]
Goddamn if that gif didn't distract the hell out of me for longer than it should have.
#94 to #91 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#95 to #94 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#129 to #125 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#96 to #91 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#97 to #91 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
User avatar #122 to #97 - supermegasherman (02/14/2013) [-]
well i guess you should get off the internet then
#98 to #91 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#99 to #91 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#103 to #91 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#104 to #91 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#105 to #91 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#118 to #91 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#55 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
The GREAT IRISH POTATO FAMINE will never be forgotten!! FREE NORTHERN IRELAND!!``The historical and contemporary existence of the Irish nation has never been in dispute. For centuries, Britain has sought to conquer, dominate and rule Ireland. For centuries, the Irish people have sought to free Ireland from British rule. Britain, a large, powerful and ruthless colonial power, was able to defeat the numerous and sustained efforts of the Irish people to liberate themselves. In the course of the 19th century, as a result of British oppression and famine, the population of Ireland was halved
User avatar #57 to #55 - thebilliam (02/14/2013) [-]
I really don't understand this. The anon will be thumbed down massively and everyone who comments on it saying how the anon is stupid will get many thumbs. So basically the anon is giving us easy thumbs...
#137 to #57 - emmyizme (02/14/2013) [-]
Ssssh! You're going to let our secret out! Why do you think people bother to respond the incessant nonsense these anons spew?
Ssssh! You're going to let our secret out! Why do you think people bother to respond the incessant nonsense these anons spew?
#141 - pikininja (02/17/2013) [-]
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#135 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
Oh look, another repost hits the front page
#90 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#127 to #90 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
Log in and say it like a man
#100 to #90 - supermegasherman (02/14/2013) [-]
oh noes! an anonymous told me i'm on the internet too much! whatever shall i do?
#101 to #90 - wwkybobo ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
Shut up, you cunt.
Shut up, you cunt.
#130 to #101 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#89 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#102 to #89 - wwkybobo ONLINE (02/14/2013) [-]
Shut the **** up.
#108 to #102 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#116 to #114 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that the internet can damage your health. Apparently, 1.2 per cent of web addicts are addicted and this manifests itself chiefly in depression. What's worse, internet addicts suffer much deeper depression than those of us who inhabit the real world. Five times deeper, I'm told, although I've no idea what the unit of depression depth is - surely not fathoms?

The question is, does the internet sap your spirits and make you feel gloomy or is it that when we're depressed we turn our backs on real life and try to lose ourselves in the virtual world and then feel even worse? We just don't know. Some experts go further and suggest that the internet is actually changing the human brain - that we are ceasing to be human in the traditional sense and are rapidly evolving into Homo Interneticus, a creature who is isolated, lonely, distracted and has an index finger that is permanently clicking invisible mice.
#87 - anon (02/14/2013) [-]
Repost. Repost. Repost. Repost. Repost. Repost. Repost. Repost. Repost.
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