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the errordactyl coolness aptitude test

Welcome to the errordactyl coolness aptitude test, or the ECAT for short.  The purpose of the ECAT is to determine just how valid you are to society.  I tested it out yesterday for the first time on my two friends Patrick and Anthony.  Below is the test, followed by the answers, and the transcripts of my conversations with them.

TO TAKE THE TEST, SIMPLY CHOOSE WHICH THING IS COOLER:

1 ) freakishly tall people vs. freakishly short people

2 ) motorcycles vs. siamese twins attached at the penis

3 ) those extreme fish that live in super hot water vs. the NASA plane with backwards wings that can fly out of our atmosphere

4 ) Ronald McDonald vs. the alien-Sigourney Weaver hybrid from the “Alien” movies

5 ) the sun vs. boobs

6 ) persians vs. the tooth fairy

7 ) alcohol vs. the color brown

8 ) non-anime cartoons vs. cold stuff between -40 and 0 degrees Celsius

9 ) Mayans vs. the printing press

10 ) hagfish vs. butterflies

11 ) hitler vs. cigarettes

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too happy for halloween

I went to a symphony last night, nothing particularly out of the ordinary.  Great music, decent orchestra, cool period instruments (including a keyed trumpet), all the ingredients for a good evening except that they made us sit on these weird uncomfortable benches.  That really harshed the vibe, there’s a special name for them I think… Oh yea, PEWS! I WAS IN A FUCKING CHURCH!

Ok, by some force of nature I had been tricked into entering a church (god? you’re reading this right? don’t be pissed, dog), but I could handle it.  Just focus on the music.  Yea, that worked until intermission.  While roaming the halls after my cigarette, I came across this sign:

Yes, the “Halloween Safe Night”.  It seems like kids these days can’t just have some good clean pagan fun without the church coming and fucking everything up.  First the Nicene Creed and now this?  ASSHOLES!  And look at the fine print: Continue reading

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