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[challenge entry] The end of the world wasn't the worst part...

He could have SWORN it was an orange one...

From the This is how the world will end challenge. See all 373 entries (closed)

(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 0:41, archived)
# I want to find a person
with a nut allergy willing to play Revel-roulette.
No takers so far.
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 0:43, archived)
# i knew a girl
who'd probably be up for that. she was never arsed about whether she accidentally ate nuts or not. she'd just calmly inject herself with adrenaline and ask someone to call her an ambulance.
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 0:45, archived)
# Knew?
Did she not have the adrenaline handy one time?
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 0:53, archived)
# Just out of interest..
did she panic after injecting herself with adrenaline?
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 0:54, archived)
# that looks like a condom
possibly a used one
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 0:49, archived)
# or maybe a novelty one
to make the earth move
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 0:50, archived)
# How the hell does it look like a condom!?!?
Heh hee :)
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 1:03, archived)
# compare & contrast
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 1:05, archived)
# Lol.. Ok... Maybe..... ish...
(if I was in another room...with a quilt on my head... and paint in my eyes ;))
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 1:08, archived)
# Well we can discuss that after the programme
Thank you Collatallie.

Now over to Alan at Haydock Park.
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 1:11, archived)
# Lol!
"Two fat ladies.. eighty eight... " One of my favourite eps that one
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 1:23, archived)
# are you familiar with Blue Jam
Chris Morris' incredible radio series (later became a bit of 'Jam' on tv)
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 1:28, archived)
# Jam
scared me.
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 1:39, archived)
# the radio series was much better/worse if it scared you
the sketches were interspersed and mixed in with some fantastic music - going from 'Sexy Boy' by Air into that little girl who was hired to dispose of the body was a classic moment (they were broadcast at 1 or 2 in the morning usually) and you had no idea what was coming next. Your mind was just left to paint the pictures.
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 1:43, archived)
# Hell Yeah!
I sat by the radio at midnight, only to be greeted by what is possibly the most insane mindf*ck I've ever experienced.. Sticking in my mind are the "tell her it was a squirrel in a dress" and "Stephen Hawkins modification" sketches... Worked absolutely *superbly* on the radio - less so on the telly I felt...
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 1:45, archived)
# wow cool to meet someone else who
caught it. It felt like it was slipping by hardly noticed by most people (I expected a huge load of complaints and furore at any time) and I was so lucky because i only happened to turn on the radio for the first time in months to see what was on and heard a little snippet i recognised as being from 'Chill Out' by the KLF and i instinctively stuck a tape in to start recording whatever this was (and it turned out this was 10 mins into the first ever Blue Jam) and there was a sketch and then it went into 'Bonnie & Clyde' which i'd never heard before and totally blew my mind I was totally jaw dropped for the rest of the hour.
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 1:50, archived)
# Just found this Blue Jam - ish tale of someone going to the doctor
"A few days ago I went to the doctors. I have been suffering from anxiety attacks, merely about bodily symtoms such as hot flushes and short breath. I get these a lot so I saw the doctor about. He's called Doctor [censored] by the way...
...anyway, I told him about my problem, following which he asked me to show him my palm, and he made out I had a long life due to a "long life line". He then showed me his hand, where he had angina etc. He then said his hand displayed lots of money, and mine didn't.
So basically I went to the doctors so that he would prescribe something for my anxiety, and he bloody palm read me. He then prescribed me Fluxotine, which as you may know, is Prozac.
I believe the doc thought I went in, made up some shit just as an excuse to get hold of some prozac. His palm reading was just his way of patronising me for it. Prozac is for depression, I'm not depressed in the slightest!"
(, Wed 16 Oct 2002, 2:13, archived)