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Everyone has something random that they would like to announce to the world, but there's one problem. It's just too random. It has no place or purpose. Now, it does. Post the things that randomly pop into your head here.

My random thought:
I wonder whats up with all of the bands in the sixties that had misspelled names of animals. "The BeAtles....The BYrds...the MonkEEs...." Wow.

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That's just plain good marketing...drive the name of a product deep into the public's collective psyche until it becomes the "generic" name. It would be fun to form a group of renegade subversives who go around requesting items by the off-brand name, trying to change the mindset of the masses...someday all cars would be known as "kias" or every soda would be known as "meijer cola"...they could really stick it to the man.

BananaAnna2008 (Anna Pitts) said:
Have you ever noticed that lip-balm is often called Chapstick regardless of the actual brand? And that a tissue is sometimes called a Kleenex even though it's another brand like Puffs? Isn't it strange how one product can become so popular that it takes a brand name and turns it into a common name? I think it is.
Random though: ...FUdGeR-NauGhT!!!!!!!
Random thought:

I wonder how the generic brands that make off-brand medication, food, etc, get away with it without being sued for copyright infringement. Some of that stuff has exactly the same ingredients.
muffin man!
I wonder about why do they have lights on vacuum cleaners. Is somebody going to vacuum in the dark.
This, by far, is the answer to life.

Emily C. (darkhorsegirl) said:
And now:

The Mathematical Proof for Mr. T's Infinite Pity!!

For life to exist there must be a symmetric equation regarding the factors of pity(p) and fools(f) -> p-f=0. If any one factor rose to a level higher than the other, life as we know it would cease to exist. The fool factor can be decisively measured by dividing jibba-jabba(j) by tolerance for said jibba-jabba(t) -> f=j/t. With these two equations we can deduce: p-f=0; f=j/t ->p-(j/t) = 0 -> p = j/t. This equation leads to quite an interesting result. As we can see, if we hold jibba-jabba constant, as tolerance for said jibba-jabba approaches 0, pity approaches infinity. Now we all well know that Mr. T “ain’t got no time for the jibba-jabba.” In fact, extensive observational studies have been conducted and even with machines able to calculate with precision to the 23rd decimal place, Mr. T’s tolerance for jibba-jabba has been conclusively found to be 0, and therefore Mr. T’s pity is the literal embodiment of the concept of infinity.
I was wondering that as I was vacuuming today! LOL

Margaret E.Smith(Artomatchick) said:
I wonder about why do they have lights on vacuum cleaners. Is somebody going to vacuum in the dark.
What would happen if you blew up a magnet?
My friend Lindsay said something extremely random the other day:

"You know, I'm kinda like an olympic size wading pool. There's a lot there, but it isn't that deep."
Why, oh why can't I get my sewing patterns neatly back in the package after having cut them? There's less paper there after cutting it all up than there was when I opened it. Shouldn't it all fit more neatly?
Ok, here goes! Peanut butter is green, unicorns have unibrows, and Pineapples refuse to slap each other!
If you can't draw a balloon you probably can't draw a Sasquatch.


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