maggiekb at March 6th, 2014 18:00 — #1
etopp62 at March 6th, 2014 19:51 — #2
CuNTs should be observed in free-standing and tip-suspended conditions
I would get a sore neck if I tried this
boundegar at March 6th, 2014 20:29 — #3
I laughed so hard! 3 < n < 6!
prestonsturges at March 6th, 2014 21:17 — #4
I recently got a notice from the office email server that my message to the boss had been flagged and deleted because of "inappropriate content," apparently because I used the word "snatch" (as a verb).
capndan at March 6th, 2014 23:08 — #5
Christ, what a copper nanotube.
retepslluerb at March 7th, 2014 02:43 — #6
LOL.This sounds, well, like if you guys work in a preschool environment. Not as teachers, but as pupils.
avocadohead at March 7th, 2014 03:48 — #7
I once had a guy say something like "penis" to me in the elevator. Turns out he was reading PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) off my bag and wondering what the acronym was for.
james_mason at March 7th, 2014 08:52 — #8
There are people who not only don't get why this is funny, but who will be downright offended. This illustrates a fundamental divide in our society and underscores how much we NEED these people. It's all about the schadenfreude.
rpd at March 7th, 2014 09:05 — #9
itsumishi at March 7th, 2014 09:22 — #10
There is a building near my train line that has the name W.R. Gay on the business sign. I like to imagine a fourteen year old version of myself yelling DOUBLE YOU ARE GAY as some kind of response to being called gay every time I go past it (twice a day, five days a week; yeah I should grow up).
chickied at March 7th, 2014 09:29 — #11
A lot of text input boxes on web pages use open source software code called the FCKeditor. - those being the dude that wrote the code's initials. I think he changed the name of the editor not too long ago, possibly because it's a tad awkward.
jorpho at March 7th, 2014 12:21 — #12
I am pleased to see that Molecules with Silly or Unusual Names is still around after all these years, awkward-URL, comic-sans, and all.
The arsole remains most memorable, though I wouldn't mind having a vial of fucitol on hand.
steampunkbanana at March 7th, 2014 12:37 — #13
Boy, that's a nice PNAS bag you have there!
cellocgw at March 7th, 2014 17:13 — #14
Hey, this is boingboing, not Annals of Improbable Research! Send these abbreviations over to Marc Abrahams!
brandon_oberlin at March 7th, 2014 17:41 — #15
I propose that with the aid of proper funding and we may probe these CuNT's with our PENIS (Proton-Enhanced Nuclear Induction Spectroscopy) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proton-enhanced_nuclear_induction_spectroscopy
phuzz at March 8th, 2014 05:43 — #16
I'm guessing most people know this, but the default File System ChecKer in unix systems is abbreviated on the command line to fsck.
This is a valid series of commands:
unzip, strip, touch, finger, grep, mount, fsck, more, yes,fsck,fsck,fsck,umount, sleep 10 Sin
mynonymouse at March 9th, 2014 18:09 — #17
I've also seen this acronym for copper nitrotetrazoles. As my wife said, this is a sure sign of a field with more men than women.
maggiekb at March 11th, 2014 19:00 — #18
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