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Makes no sense

tags dont make any sense

18 things that don' t
make any sense...
candy? What' s so fun
about getting less
candy?
Why is "W" called a doubless
if it' s two Vs put together?
do we can it a "
pants" if there is only one?
radas go A, B,
t AF? here is E?
Heads
Why do people say "heads up''
when you should duck?
people always _- o
moan while stretch‘ A " . ""
Evolution of
preschool
desk.
Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Why do we press harder - n the
remote when the bat " gt' -
dead?
LMO
Why when
saying the
alphabet do we
really fast?
The slice is a triangle
Why 'is it so hard to
draw a star without
lines in the middle?
Why does "6 Flags" use an old man to
attract children to a theme park?
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User avatar #10 - oniryuuko (05/12/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Spacebar: There's more connections to the keyboard, meant so that you can hit almost any part of it, and still get a space, and that causes the extra noise.
M&Ms: It's a marketing technique, aimed at children.
W: Latin Origins of the name, where U was written as V, and the V sound was made by writing a W.
Pants: The arbitrary nature of the English language is to be blamed here. Because each pant leg is seperate, then sewed together, it's referred to as a pair. Originally a compass (the ones for drawing, not navigation) was referred to as a pair of compasses, some with a bellows and a nutcracker.
Grading: E was skipped to avoid confusion. Some older scales went as such:
E = Excellent
VG = Very Good
G = Good
S = Satisfactory
U = Unsatisfactory
Mirrors: People are vain. They want to try to make sure they don't look like they were just puking/crying/whatever they were doing, so it's instinctual to look and make some attempt to fix it.
Chicken Fingers: Because they're long and thin like fingers. It's just another marketing gimmick that entertains children.
Heads Up: This isn't said for dodging, this is said to make sure they're paying attention. You wouldn't want someone you're playing catch with to duck under the ball.
Stretching: Habit, mostly. I myself don't moan while stretching. Though it can be sourced in stretching causing compression to the chest, and air being forced out.
Cartoon Clothing: Animation shortcut. Sometimes characters change clothes every episode, and no one really notices, so it's easier to have a set outfit.
Macaroni Box: They can't perforate too much, or it falls apart on it's own, so it takes the right amount of force at the right angle/place to open that. I can open them just fine.
Desks: Size of desks in my school district never changed that much. A lot of it is perspective, though. And in Elementary school, children are messy and unorganized, and need the space.
#57 - imjesuschrist (05/13/2013) [-]
These problems mostly refers to Americans...


<--- Remember, it's joke
#72 - envinite (05/13/2013) [-]
Box is square
Pizza is circle
Slice is triangle
User avatar #12 - wheresthefudge (05/12/2013) [+] (6 replies)
The space bar is bigger, and therefore contacts the keyboard in more places.
"Fun size" is used to mean that it is a snack, and not a whole bag of 20+ servings.
In the latin alphabet U looked more like a V.
"Pair of pants" likely comes from older times when pant legs weren't necessarily attached. Similar to how sleeves weren't always attached. One stuck, the other didn't.
Grading system changed, E used to be good, to avoid confusion they left it out when they changed it.
To make sure you didn't get anything on your face, obviously.
They resemble fingers. Or did you think that food names were entirely literal?
It's an idiom, and therefore not literal.
Why do people ever moan? Because something feels good.
To save money animating them. Before computers you had to draw each character by hand, and it was easier to have a single reference than to design each character's clothes different every episode. This is also why older cartoons tend to re-use locations and sometimes entire sequences.
You're just bad at it.
Colleges exist to make money. They're trying to cram as many of you in a room as possible. Elementary school, on the other hand strives for a low teacher:student ratio. The in-between is an artifact of this disparity.
Sometimes it's not the batteries, without a multimeter you don't necessarily know, so you press down harder (the solution for another common remote control problem: worn out buttons).
To get your mind off of the pointy metal bits in your mouth, his hands (also in your mouth) and most importantly your tongue. Also in some small part for his own sanity. Would you want to work without talking to people?
Because that's the rhythm of "twinkle twinkle little star". "LMNOP" doesn't fit into the corresponding part of the song.
Have you ever tried making a circular box that folds easily for storage?
Centripetal acceleration of the pizza as it is tossed determines its shape. I defy you to toss a pizza into a square.
User avatar #56 - ewowo (05/13/2013) [-]
Because you learned the alphabet song to the melody of twinkle twinkle little star and you have to go faster at the LMNOP part to make the letters fit the melody.
#74 - CaptainKill ONLINE (05/13/2013) [-]
In my school, we have E instead of F.
#2 - crazyolitis (05/12/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Are you seriously calling that pizza a pie?
#68 - carelessinteractin (05/13/2013) [-]
See now, I was thinking about that too. Why do they call it double-u if its shaped like a V? Well because in lower case form they are U's.
#55 - anon (05/13/2013) [-]
In England grades go A*,A,B,C,D,E,F,G,U (U being ungradeable)
User avatar #53 - ninetwenty (05/13/2013) [-]
> In Norway, we say double- V. Would weird to say double- U
> No, people doesn't always moan while they stretch.
> Pressing harder on the remotes buttons when you have "low" batteries, it gets a better conection and you give it some time to react whit the little electricity that is left.
#43 - thechosentroll (05/13/2013) [-]
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Come on, just look at this guy.
User avatar #22 - Lambda (05/13/2013) [+] (2 replies)
1. Because it is a larger key.
2. NOTHING. It's a marketing thing.
3. The rounded U is a bastardation of the latin U, which was a V.
4. Each leg is a "pant". Together they are pants.
5. "E" can stand for "Excellent".
6. Because we're obsessed with appearances.
7. They look line fingers.
8. It means, generally, "be alert". It's come to mean "duck".
9. Habit.
10. To make characters identifiable and iconic.

And I can't be arsed to explain the rest. Except the last one. It's because that old man is AWESOME.
#9 - xef ONLINE (05/12/2013) [+] (1 reply)
In Norway "W" is Double v. That's because we are smarter then the average USAmerican.
User avatar #82 - dapape (05/13/2013) [+] (1 reply)
A lot of these require little to no thought to even explain.
#71 - dovakiinsteve (05/13/2013) [-]
For Pizzas, the boxes are square because they are easier to store and shift in groups. They're are round because the dough is span in the air, making it round. It's cut into triangles because that makes it symmetric, and every piece roughly the same amount of pizza.
User avatar #70 - mcstorms (05/13/2013) [+] (4 replies)
if the box was round the pizza would stick to the top.
User avatar #88 to #70 - atnyne (05/13/2013) [-]
I agree with dapape. I'm pretty sure the box is square because of the box was round it'd be harder to get the slices out; as to having corners in a square box makes it easier for picking up slices of pizza.
User avatar #63 - varrlegrimscythe (05/13/2013) [-]
The last one is simple; You're never too old to have fun.
#54 - restfullwicked (05/13/2013) [+] (4 replies)
in france it is pronounced doubla v or something similar. Its because the saxon letters probably had a V letter that made the U sound. like how the word Ye on a sign is pronounced as THE because the letter Y comes from a saxon letter called the thorn that makes a th sound.
User avatar #49 - shemaledong (05/13/2013) [-]
Pant just describes one of the legs of your pants.
#36 - anon (05/13/2013) [-]
BS with the college desks thing. we all have giant tables that seat 2 people wiht enough space on 1 side for a person to use a laptop (some desks even have built in power outlets and Ethernet jacks) and still have space for a book and some paper to write on.
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