The Idiot Thread

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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 11,870
    Hahahaha awesome! I used to shop the closest nice grocery store to Ohio State University... Giant Eagle... Suburban moms representing very well alongside college chickies. Strip clubs must be becoming obsolete lol
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 18,053
    way before Fight Club was ever a movie (and maybe even a book, not sure when it came out), in about 1990 some buddies of mine thought it would be funny to wager who of us would knock out whom for cash. as the idiot of the group, I volunteered, I was the one who got knocked out, and I was the one who got the LEAST amount of cash for it. the guy throwing the punch got the majority of it. we made it so it was "safe", though. two guys right beside me to catch me if I lost consiousness. which i did. and which they did. so it was all good.

    what teens do when drunk and bored.
  • rr165892rr165892 Posts: 5,697
    edited February 2015
    rgambs said:

    Hahahaha awesome! I used to shop the closest nice grocery store to Ohio State University... Giant Eagle... Suburban moms representing very well alongside college chickies. Strip clubs must be becoming obsolete lol

    Ha I know what you mean.I went into a Publix in Tuscaloosa Al .Very talented client base indeed.Yet whole foods is def more age appropriate.
  • oftenreadingoftenreading Victoria, BCPosts: 9,975

    I'd like to say...I don't think thrill-seeking is idiotic. There is nothing wrong with a good adrenaline rush. I've gone skydiving four times and would do it all the time if it wasn't so expensive...you're more likely to die on a golf course than jumping. There are a lot of other dangerous activities on my (imaginary - don't have one) bucket list. The risk/reward might not make sense to some - everyone has their own limits when it comes to dangerous activities. hell, some people won't get in a plane, let alone jump out of it...But I think it's even more idiotic to live life worrying too much about 'what if's'.

    Aren't you more likely to die on a golf course because you're more likely to be 80 and overweight??

    But I agree with your general premise about risks worth taking. I'm a back country hiker/climber as well; not as risky as jumping out of planes, though.
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 11,870
    Woot woot for the backcountry! If wheels can go there I don't want to!
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  • Drowned OutDrowned Out Posts: 6,040

    I'd like to say...I don't think thrill-seeking is idiotic. There is nothing wrong with a good adrenaline rush. I've gone skydiving four times and would do it all the time if it wasn't so expensive...you're more likely to die on a golf course than jumping. There are a lot of other dangerous activities on my (imaginary - don't have one) bucket list. The risk/reward might not make sense to some - everyone has their own limits when it comes to dangerous activities. hell, some people won't get in a plane, let alone jump out of it...But I think it's even more idiotic to live life worrying too much about 'what if's'.

    Aren't you more likely to die on a golf course because you're more likely to be 80 and overweight??

    But I agree with your general premise about risks worth taking. I'm a back country hiker/climber as well; not as risky as jumping out of planes, though.
    Lol....touché. I'm sure that's part of whatever stats someone's friend told someone's friend who came up with the comparison I heard from a hardcore skydiving friend. I do know there are a shit ton of lightning deaths on golf courses each year tho...who knows how it works out per capita, it was meant kinda tongue in cheek.
    Either way, the sensation of freedom - flying/ near weightlessness is awesome enough for the risk imo...I was surprised that scuba had a similar vibe...but there is a lot more sky than water in my neck o the woods. I really do want to get into some serious back country canoe / hiking trips in the near future tho...every time I go to the Alberta rockies I curse myself for not taking better advantage of my proximity to them
  • Jason PJason P Posts: 17,766
    Some 20 year old American learned over the weekend that running around with bunch of bulls probably not worth the risk of a potential horn up the keister .

    businessinsider.com/20-year-old-american-gored-by-bull-in-spain-now-out-of-intensive-care-2015-2

  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 19,595
    Another idiotic action I'll never get, Jason. Why subject yourself (and especially your ass) to that?

    Out here, a 17-year-old kid killed himself by playing a surprise game of russian roulette.

    Again, why?
  • The headline speaks for itself: Woman Who Fatally Shot Herself in Eye was Adjusting her Bra Holster, St. Joseph Police Saymlive.com/news/kalamazoo/index.ssf/2015/02/woman_who_fatally_shot_herself.html
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  • Jason PJason P Posts: 17,766

    The headline speaks for itself: Woman Who Fatally Shot Herself in Eye was Adjusting her Bra Holster, St. Joseph Police Saymlive.com/news/kalamazoo/index.ssf/2015/02/woman_who_fatally_shot_herself.html

    This needs to be moved to the Darwin Awards thread.
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 18,053
    Jason P said:

    Some 20 year old American learned over the weekend that running around with bunch of bulls probably not worth the risk of a potential horn up the keister .

    businessinsider.com/20-year-old-american-gored-by-bull-in-spain-now-out-of-intensive-care-2015-2

    from the article:
    In the runs, hundreds of people test their bravery and speed by dashing ahead of bulls through the streets to a town's bull ring

    bravery. bravery? that's not bravery. that's stupidity, plain and simple. you taunt and run away from a wild animal and get gored/trampled/whatever, you fucking deserved it.



  • Jason P said:

    Some 20 year old American learned over the weekend that running around with bunch of bulls probably not worth the risk of a potential horn up the keister .

    businessinsider.com/20-year-old-american-gored-by-bull-in-spain-now-out-of-intensive-care-2015-2

    from the article:
    In the runs, hundreds of people test their bravery and speed by dashing ahead of bulls through the streets to a town's bull ring

    bravery. bravery? that's not bravery. that's stupidity, plain and simple. you taunt and run away from a wild animal and get gored/trampled/whatever, you fucking deserved it.



    Yup. Plain and simple.
    "My brain's a good brain!"
  • Jason PJason P Posts: 17,766

    Jason P said:

    Some 20 year old American learned over the weekend that running around with bunch of bulls probably not worth the risk of a potential horn up the keister .

    businessinsider.com/20-year-old-american-gored-by-bull-in-spain-now-out-of-intensive-care-2015-2

    from the article:
    In the runs, hundreds of people test their bravery and speed by dashing ahead of bulls through the streets to a town's bull ring

    bravery. bravery? that's not bravery. that's stupidity, plain and simple. you taunt and run away from a wild animal and get gored/trampled/whatever, you fucking deserved it.



    Looking at it from the glass is half full perspective, he did earn a pretty cool Indian name ....

    He Who Runs With Bull Up Ass
  • Jason P said:

    Jason P said:

    Some 20 year old American learned over the weekend that running around with bunch of bulls probably not worth the risk of a potential horn up the keister .

    businessinsider.com/20-year-old-american-gored-by-bull-in-spain-now-out-of-intensive-care-2015-2

    from the article:
    In the runs, hundreds of people test their bravery and speed by dashing ahead of bulls through the streets to a town's bull ring

    bravery. bravery? that's not bravery. that's stupidity, plain and simple. you taunt and run away from a wild animal and get gored/trampled/whatever, you fucking deserved it.



    Looking at it from the glass is half full perspective, he did earn a pretty cool Indian name ....

    He Who Runs With Bull Up Ass
    Hahahaha!

    I can think of worse things than having a bull ram its horn up your ass... but not a lot of things.
    "My brain's a good brain!"
  • Jason PJason P Posts: 17,766
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 18,053

    Jason P said:

    Jason P said:

    Some 20 year old American learned over the weekend that running around with bunch of bulls probably not worth the risk of a potential horn up the keister .

    businessinsider.com/20-year-old-american-gored-by-bull-in-spain-now-out-of-intensive-care-2015-2

    from the article:
    In the runs, hundreds of people test their bravery and speed by dashing ahead of bulls through the streets to a town's bull ring

    bravery. bravery? that's not bravery. that's stupidity, plain and simple. you taunt and run away from a wild animal and get gored/trampled/whatever, you fucking deserved it.



    Looking at it from the glass is half full perspective, he did earn a pretty cool Indian name ....

    He Who Runs With Bull Up Ass
    Hahahaha!

    I can think of worse things than having a bull ram its horn up your ass... but not a lot of things.
    luckily, from what I read, it was just his leg, not up his ass. even if it was, at least it wouldn't have been a fuscilli jerry. that corkscrew pasta can be a bitch.

    one in a million, doc, one in a million!

  • Jason PJason P Posts: 17,766
    edited February 2015
    This is bad. Really bad. Read if you want to be disgusted and furious at the same time ... I'll hide it in the "quote" feature in case you don't want to get bummed out on a Friday.

    edit: apparently the "quote" feature doesn't work. So .... it shall remain a mystery. Have a nice weekend!
    Post edited by Jason P on
  • Lactation porn? WTF?

    Whatever happened to being turned on by a well-shaped, mature female?

    I'm old school I guess. We are reaching new lows on a daily basis.
    "My brain's a good brain!"
  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 47,186

    Lactation porn? WTF?

    Whatever happened to being turned on by a well-shaped, mature female?

    I'm old school I guess. We are reaching new lows on a daily basis.

    New lows?? Lactation porn is lightweight. Barely even gross. Just kinda weird. You know about scat porn and beastiality porn, right?? :lol:
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  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 19,595
    I'm fairly open-minded on the sexual front and am all for live-and-let-live in peace...but I'll never get some of the shit (pun intended??) some people get off on.

    It makes me curious how those predilections came to be...or if they just are?

    (and lactation porn reminds me of some bizarro Oedipus-Rex complex)
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  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 19,595
    Jesus. God forbid embracing the idea that if you can't afford it, you do without? Especially for something like that?

    It seems like a valuable lesson could have been demonstrated to their TWO-YEAR OLD.

    (excuse, me...their "princess")

    I feel / worry for the kid.
  • hedonist said:

    Jesus. God forbid embracing the idea that if you can't afford it, you do without? Especially for something like that?

    It seems like a valuable lesson could have been demonstrated to their TWO-YEAR OLD.

    (excuse, me...their "princess")

    I feel / worry for the kid.

    Ultimately, this is high tech panhandling. Even worse because they sink to that level out of desire versus need. It's about as selfish and narcissistic as it can get.
    "My brain's a good brain!"
  • callencallen Posts: 6,388

    Lactation porn? WTF?

    Whatever happened to being turned on by a well-shaped, mature female?

    I'm old school I guess. We are reaching new lows on a daily basis.

    Chasing the next buzz. Gotta get that endorphin rush. Human nature.
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon WinnipegPosts: 18,053

    Lactation porn? WTF?

    Whatever happened to being turned on by a well-shaped, mature female?

    I'm old school I guess. We are reaching new lows on a daily basis.

    these things aren't new. they are now just available for private viewing via current technology.

    if anything, the mainstream availability of such things just makes people realize they are not "alone" in their "interests".

  • rr165892rr165892 Posts: 5,697
    edited February 2015
    Damnit.You people made me break this out.I had forgot about this.
  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 11,870
    Hahahhaa Cambodian breastmilk is the BEST!

    My name is Die-Lon and ah spit 'ot fire!
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  • rr165892rr165892 Posts: 5,697
    rgambs said:

    Hahahhaa Cambodian breastmilk is the BEST!

    My name is Die-Lon and ah spit 'ot fire!

    Rumor has it a new company out of Southern Ohio is starting up called "The great Bearded breast milk co".Coincidence,lol?????
  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 11,870
    How did you find this? I'm not up and running yet but I will be soon! Lol jk
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  • rr165892rr165892 Posts: 5,697
    rgambs said:

    How did you find this? I'm not up and running yet but I will be soon! Lol jk

    I had a feeling.Allow me to add a little input.
    Strawberry is the way to go.Its all about the flavor right? Market to the coffee industry.Caffiened up earth muffins in the Northwest will buy it by the keg full.(Label it organic) And make the lid a big nipple.I got more ideas but I'm starting to feel bad for Mrs Gambs right now so I'll leave the other wonderful concepts up to you.lol
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