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Sandettie Light Vessel Automatic tells us: "My dad's friend told us there's no such thing as gravity - it's just the weight of air holding us down". Tell us of times you've been floored by abject stupidity. "Whenever I read the Daily Express" is not a valid answer.

(, Thu 18 Mar 2010, 16:48)
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Eighteen years old and a bunch of us are being driven around the countryside by one of the lads lucky enough to have a car. Suddenly the driver catches a farmyard whiff from outside and goes
"Urrgh, can you smell that?"
We said no and he replied "Hold on, I'll turn the radio down. Can you smell it now?"
(, Sat 20 Mar 2010, 12:55, 8 replies)

this actually made me lol
(, Sat 20 Mar 2010, 12:57, closed)
You saw The Simpsons last night AICMFP.
Homer takes a job as a car salesman.
Lady: Did the sales guy cut one during the test drive?
Man: Yeah, then he turned the radio up to try and hide the smell.
(, Sat 20 Mar 2010, 13:43, closed)
Amazing display of ignorance
I have no idea what your acronym stands for. If it's unpleasant, don't bother. And no, I didn't see The Simpsons last night.
(, Sat 20 Mar 2010, 19:23, closed)
Ok then.

(, Sat 20 Mar 2010, 20:48, closed)
and i claim my five pounds

(, Sat 20 Mar 2010, 22:28, closed)
I was going to let them continue to think I'm horrible
and maybe work out how google works.
(, Sun 21 Mar 2010, 7:41, closed)
wow, int technology great
car stereo's have a smell interface now
(, Sat 20 Mar 2010, 16:07, closed)
There's some truth in this
If one of your senses if overloaded with information, your brain is less likely to pay too much attention to other senses.

It's the reason why you tend to want to turn down the stereo when you pull over to read the map. Although logic states that there's no reason why loud music could affect your ability to read, people tend to feel the need to turn down the volume anyway, because then they can concentrate better on reading the map.
(, Sat 20 Mar 2010, 16:52, closed)

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