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Wait, so can you carry your handgun if you chose that? I figured it was talking about home defense. 5 years ago  
Warning shots will look bad in court, and that bullet has the potential to zip out of your house and blow out the neighbor's brains, which will make the situation even worse. I would not fire at all unless he poses a deadly threat, but once the shooting starts you need to put that guy's d*ck in the dirt. 5 years ago  
Only 1/7 of the Earth's human population! I don't think anyone is going to notice something like that! 5 years ago +1
Just carpet bomb the whole swarm a couple of times and mop up the survivors. Is 50,000 all? 5 years ago  
No, that doesn't look like a M107. The receiver is different, there is a bolt action handle, and there is no magazine. The upper receiver on the M82 series of rifles is very distinctive. 5 years ago  
Someday the Earth will be destroyed, and then, if you were to live forever, you would be out in space suffocating for an infinite period of time. Sounds fun eh? 5 years ago +4
Pretty sure that ain't a Barrett. 5 years ago  
"It is likely he would not come out of the operation alive." You just had to say that, huh? 5 years ago  
What model of gun are you using to shoot .50 bullets with? 5 years ago  
What? 5 years ago  
The wikipedia article includes the studies that have been done about the subject. 5 years ago  
Search "Study: Wikipedia as accurate as Britannica" on Google. The title is inaccurate but acting like Wikipedia is the accuracy equivalent of a picture book for Kindergartners is simply mindless. 5 years ago  
Wikipedia is not reliable? Oh good god, is that what your 4th grade teachers taught you? If the information appears to be backed by a credible source, then yes, Wikipedia is generally reliable. In fact, it doesn't even have many more mistakes than Encyclopedia Britannica. As for your point, you said 12 year olds are more likely to murder than people with terrible criminal backgrounds. 5 years ago  
"I don't know for 100% if there is a god or not." Atheists don't either. This is not a requirement for being atheist. 5 years ago +2
Pinocchio lies! Oh no, nobody has ever done that before, let's execute him! 5 years ago +7
"Children in general are some of the cruelest beings on the planet" To other people? Only up to a certain point (around 8 or so), and I doubt any of those are going to be playing video games. "The argument of violent video games is not very shaky." A simple wikipedia check would say otherwise. 5 years ago  
It says 12 and under. Now think back to when you were a kid-when did you truly know what death was, and when did you take killing seriously? "Violent video games have been proven to cause violence in many studies." On the contrary, it's pretty shaky, and many don't find a correlation at all. The fact that you are shooting a person made of pixels does not mean you would do the same to someone in real life. 5 years ago  
More room to explore. 5 years ago  
A 12 year old wouldn't kill people. A 5 year old may not know the wrong in it, but most children understand death pretty well at 9 or so. Video games haven't been proven to cause violence either. 5 years ago  
On what level? 5 years ago  
A shark that huge probably wouldn't want to eat an animal this small. 5 years ago  
That's why you don't let them take it. What if someone was pointing a rifle at you from 30 yards away? 5 years ago  
How large is the gap? 5 years ago  
"Negative doesn't mean it never happens, it means it is unfortunate, unlucky, and does not usually happen." 5 years ago  
"What about the people on earth stuck in elevators, in underground caves, or on mountains." Most people are not stuck in elevators, underground caves, or on mountains. This is why having air is a standard, and not having it is a negative. Negative doesn't mean it never happens, it means it is unfortunate, unlucky, and does not usually happen. "How can you have air that is "neither terrible nor amazing", please explain." I (and most people) don't have perfect air, but it is not filled to the brim with pollutants either. "You may expect to survive, but not all people do, so it is not a universal standard." If it were a specific type of surgery where the survival rate is extremely high for everyone, then yes. Really though, you're over- complicating this. Simply put, do you expect to survive most surgery, and would dying be a negative? Yes? Then it is a standard. Certainly no one tells a surgeon that it's OK if their patients die and simply a positive if they do. 5 years ago  
To people on Earth, having air is standard. Furthermore, you can have air that is neither terrible nor amazing. There is a risk in surgery, but this does not mean that I don't expect to survive, or that it is not standard that the patient survives. 5 years ago  
Bruce Lee's son disapproves. 5 years ago  
What. How is this logic supposed to work? 5 years ago  
... 5 years ago  
What kind of snake? 5 years ago  
Having clean air can be a positive; having air is not. Say I were having surgery where the vast majority of people survive-in this case, dying would certainly be a negative. 5 years ago  
Yes, it's a positive that you have clean air to breathe if you live somewhere where there isn't an abundance of clean air. It is not a positive that you have air to breath. Almost nothing is ASSURED to happen. Standard is what is expected to happen and what usually happens. It is a standard that you survive surgery, and it is also a standard that an animal is born with one head. 5 years ago  
Da fuq? 5 years ago +3
A normal birth without disease is standard. Is it a positive that you have air to breath? As far as I am concerned, anything that a person would "normally" have is neutral, any misfortune counts as a negative, and any fortune is positive. I expect to survive a surgery; if the doctor is killing me, I don't say, hey, it's OK, it's a good thing if you don't end my life and not a bad thing if you do. 5 years ago  
Shooting somebody is the most calm but serious way possible to tell someone to stop? Man, what goes on in your mind? 5 years ago +1
A if it could be justified both morally and in a court (rather than me lying past it). 5 years ago  
Create a tornado, use it to lift some water, then make it give you the water. Blow some rain clouds to you, you also have water. Reduce the density of the air, causing it to float up and form clouds. Now you no longer need to die of thirst, plus you can control the air. 5 years ago +1
If I get called to combat, I'd have a much lower chance of dying and I'm still helping. 5 years ago +3
The great pasta monster?! Thou shalt not refer to the almighty Flying Spaghetti Monster by any other name! 5 years ago  
There's a nice Cracked article on why choosing Option A would be very bad for your health. 5 years ago  
Use a sword. 5 years ago  
I doubt you could actually fire the bows fast enough. You might get one or two arrows off, and if you miss or the lion isn't crippled or dead, you're screwed. 5 years ago +1
Being a miscarriage is a negative; being a normal birth is not a positive. 5 years ago +1
Or what I like to call bullsh*t. Whoops, I'll have to get a bullsh*tting now. 5 years ago  
You don't need to have enough bullets to shoot all of them. 50 dead zombies is still 50 less zombies chasing you (a lot easier to get away from and avoid being surrounded by), not 100 zombies chasing you and if you killed 50 more there would be none. 5 years ago  
What you just said is also BS. Why don't people actually bother to learn about the Big "Bang" (hint there)? 5 years ago  
I've been to Bible study quite a few times, and I recall that when I was 6 years old I didn't think people actually believed this stuff. I figured they were just some children's stories that were the equivalent of the 3 little pigs. Now if that was the imprint left on my young impressionable mind at 6 years of age, how believable, really, is it from a rational point of view? 5 years ago  
Nor is it necessary that a human can do that for the Big Bang to occur. But if you insist, find a magician. 5 years ago  
"The bible teaches what to do when your sick." You haven't read Leviticus 14:2 - 57, have you? What about Leviticus 15:14, immediately after your fresh water phrase? "The bible says the world was round when atheist thought it was flat." That Bible verse is up to discussion, but not only were there hardly any atheists at the time (if you were one, you'd probably be shunned, punished, executed, whatever depending on culture), the Greeks had known about the world being a sphere long before 1492, and in fact many people did before that voyage. "Well you can be monkeys as for me I will be a man." I suppose this proves that our educational system needs a serious revamp, because humans evolved from and are considered apes (and humans; the 2 are not mutually exclusive). "Humans go by what is facts not theory's." You appear to have a misunderstanding of scientific theories common among Christians who haven't bothered to learn about what they're making a claim against. Wikipedia says (and yes, there are sources cited), "Scientific theories are the most reliable, rigorous, and comprehensive form of scientific knowledge.[3] This is significantly different from the word "theory" in common usage, which implies that something is unsubstantiated or speculative.[5]" 5 years ago +1
Is 5 average? If so, B cannot possibly take the majority. 5 years ago  
Get them to trip all the zombies. It may seem wimpy, but when you think about the mass of a billion ducks attacking your shins, that's going to knock you over. 5 years ago  
The last thing I would care about when somebody is trying to shove a knife into my eye is whether it's "impersonal". 5 years ago  
In the event that you are not trolling, for one, evolution is an entirely different subject, and two, humans did not evolve from modern day apes. In fact, if you go back far enough, both modern day apes and humans evolved from a common ancestor that was NOT a modern day ape (or human). Essentially, modern day apes are just as advanced as humans from an evolutionary sense, and the common ancestor no longer exists (although, even if it did, there is no reason WHY it has to be living under circumstances that would necessitate evolving into a person). Think of it like this: Say there were purple strawberries. The purple strawberries evolve into green strawberries and orange strawberries. The green strawberries evolve into red strawberries and the orange strawberries evolve into mangoes. It would not be logical to ask why strawberries are not evolving into mangoes, because mangoes did not evolve from extant strawberries. 5 years ago +1
What. 5 years ago  
unicorns real if u disagree your eyes melt from shininess 5 years ago +1
An explosion? No. And you have the audacity to call us idiots? 5 years ago  
its funny how people think the big bang theory was true and the flying spaghetti monster doesnt exsist but its gonna be really funny when the one who dont believe in the flying spaghetti monster has to drink stale beer hahahahahah 5 years ago  
By that logic, leprechauns are real if you read a book about leprechauns. 5 years ago +4
How am I supposed to know? 5 years ago +2
Even if you assume the entire population lacks a moral code, the guy you're trying to shoot has a shotgun as well. 5 years ago  
...single? 5 years ago +2
Yes, probably. I don't know if Christianity will still be present, but theism in some form will likely persist. 5 years ago +1
Any and all calories you consume would contribute to your weight. Normally, we use calories simply by living, which is why you need a certain amount of energy each day even if you just sat in a chair the whole time. 6 years ago  
I take it you would stand by while someone slits your throat. 6 years ago +1
Horse, or house? 6 years ago  
I use myself. 6 years ago  
Humans are animals. 6 years ago +1
Yes, but by today's standards he would be considered racist. Granted he was better than a lot of people in his era; however, his views weren't all about equality. 6 years ago +1
Hey, it's not like Lincoln wasn't. 6 years ago  
Know how to be the best at everything. 6 years ago +2
It doesn't mean I have to be an asshole. 6 years ago  
You can't reverse deaths but you can stop taking drugs. 6 years ago +2
How do you change from Buddhist (a religion with no gods) to atheist (lack of belief in god)? 6 years ago  
A world with guns would be fine. I'd rather have a world with no nuclear weapons. 6 years ago +3
I'd be interested in whether the people who voted are atheists or theists. My guess would be that the percentage of atheists who are agnostic is greater than the percentage of theists who are agnostic, but hey, don't know for sure. 6 years ago  
You can counter a gun with B but you'll get shot down with A. 6 years ago  
That's the sort of joke that makes you feel terrible for laughing at it. 6 years ago +3
Pliosaurs vary in size. 6 years ago  
What species of pliosaur? 6 years ago  
While I'm skeptical of ghosts as well, it tends to be easier to suspend disbelief regarding them. We've all heard of ghosts and ghost stories and stories/games/TV constantly features ghosts, never mind that there doesn't appear to be conclusive evidence for their existence. 6 years ago  
Getting a fully automatic weapon requires you to invest time and money and your part, and I don't believe you can buy one if the gun wasn't manufactured and registered before 1986 thanks to the FOPA. The gun itself is also quite expensive due to the limited supply available. The most popular assault rifle currently available is probably the AR15, a semiatuomatic weapon (which, I might note, is frequently carried by police cruisers around here). 6 years ago  
Hunting, home defense, target shooting. I would say the last one isn't a very good reason, but there's nothing wrong with the first 2. 6 years ago  
Assault weapons are not necessarily fully automatic, and in fact, most of the one's you'll see won't be. 6 years ago  
By that reasoning, shouldn't a POW who lies to protect military intelligence be the same as a criminal who won't plead guilty to his crime? 6 years ago  
Presuming hell actually existed, I suppose it would be much worse than anything on Earth. 6 years ago +3
A car is worth more than a person? That's pretty messed up. 6 years ago  
If nudity is illegal...how do you take a shower, and how exactly would we have childbirths? 6 years ago +7
I thought I couldn't wear socks at all, so I picked Option A. Then I read the whole thing. 6 years ago  
Well, I'd say 5% is a good chance as far as modern day standards go. "Good chance" itself is subjective, and could simply define a chance on the high end of what's expected. 6 years ago  
Then why did you choose option A in the first place? 6 years ago  
They analyze muscle and leg morphology. Its exact speed is hard to put down, but it is probably around that mark. Regardless Tyrannosaurus is not going to chase down a jeep. 6 years ago  
Do I get to choose how? I am not going to jump off a building. 6 years ago +1
Then you can tell them. 6 years ago +2
With today's advanced technology, we wouldn't have huge problems defeating the Nazis. 6 years ago  
Humanity refers to human characteristics; therefore a non-human animal is never going to possess greater humanity. It's like saying a dog is closer to a cat than a cat. 6 years ago  
Dinosaurs in real life didn't have movement dependent vision. Presuming the Tyrannosaurus actually wanted to eat you, staying still is practically suicide. Driving off would be a better option seeing that Tyrannosaurus cannot actually outrun a jeep (its top speed is around 25 mph - faster than most people but not a jeep). Thomas Holtz theorizes that it chased prey down, so make sure not to crash immediately. 6 years ago +1
Eh...I'll go fire from the battleships while they're not being bombed. :) 6 years ago  
Just summon a regular gun. :P 6 years ago  
Hey, I don't have to create that much money. You could make products, clothes, and non-consumable vitals for survival. 6 years ago  
You'll forgive me, for I picked the wrong one. 6 years ago  
Ah...well, turn the trash into money and use it to buy food! 6 years ago  
Turn trash into food. 6 years ago  
Hey, no more trash AND you can feed people. 6 years ago  
I don't have a current pet. 6 years ago +3
Because sprinting around the room while firing a deadly weapon is always a good idea! 6 years ago  
How is it my opinion? Opinions are thoughts and ideas; they can neither be proved nor disproved. It's true that quite a few troubled individuals will not let on to others about their situation. And yes, we have our free speech, but it doesn't mean we can guarantee it to everyone, nor does it mean that anybody will actually do anything should a person tell others. 6 years ago  
Hydration is far more important than sustenance. And unless your SOS sign glows or has neon lights, I doubt it will get noticed. 6 years ago +4
Don't ladybugs taste terrible? They have some foul tasting fluid in them if I recall. 6 years ago +2
One is enough. What the hell do I do with 5? 6 years ago +2
Despite what COD told you, just about any long arm (shotguns included) is going to have better accuracy than a handgun. And while the .45 ACP is powerful by pistol standards, it's certainly not going to match up to some good buckshot. 6 years ago +4
Well, look, I'm telling you now: People that are abused often don't talk about it. They are not in a position where it would be easy to communicate their problems. 6 years ago  
Or perhaps they don't talk about it because they'd rather keep their problems to themselves, and it would land them into trouble, anyway. Do you think that if they don't say it, they have no problem? 6 years ago  
I haven't heard of many who go unaffected. 6 years ago  
If that were so, I doubt emotional abuse would be very serious. 6 years ago  
People for Endlessly Talking like Assholes. :P 6 years ago +3
Guys still have a breast but they don't have periods. 1st please. 6 years ago  
Considering that, in a captive environment, you are practically necessary for their survival, I'm rather doubtful of that. How many people have you heard of that got eaten by their pet snake? 6 years ago  
Most people that start out liking school will end up hating it after a couple of years. Which is to say, about everyone. 6 years ago +1
I'm sure whoever I'm handing the meat grinder to would be a little annoyed that it takes half a minute, but it sure beats being stabbed in the kneecaps. 6 years ago  
Well, it's a pitch black save so I'd have no problem. 6 years ago +1
Congratulations, aren't you just morally pure. Maybe when your liver is malfunctioning you'll take his? It's perhaps more likely you're some fanboy troll. I've never watched or known anything about Naruto but apparently this eyeball thing has something to do with it. Or is your brother a huge asshole? 6 years ago  
I don't like war either, but fun is fun. 6 years ago +1
Geez, how old are you? If what you're saying (including ripping your brother's eyes out...) is true then I can only pity and despise you at the same time. 6 years ago  
MOAR 6 years ago +4
Snakes do make some good pets. They're really not creepy. 6 years ago +1
"Nothing" has never been observed, so it is impossible to say. :) 6 years ago  
For a scientific concept to be officially labeled a theory, it must have significant backing and evidence behind it. It's not a random thought out of the top of someone's head that sounded half way intelligent during his hangover. 6 years ago  
It's the 30th floor. But hey, if the apartment has no elevators, it's gotta have at least some flights of stairs. 6 years ago  
Being immortal would sincerely suck. I mean, there's a probably whole host of horrible things you'd witness while the Earth is intact, but just think of what happens when you get ejected into space by an asteroid collision or get stuck on the Earth for eternity after the sun expands and boils the water and atmosphere away. 6 years ago  
...stairs much? 6 years ago +2
Enjoy floating off into space. 6 years ago +2
Da fuq does the question mean? 6 years ago +1
Trolololol. Seriously though, I'm no big fan, but just let people like what they want. Also, Dorothy looks funky. 6 years ago  
I like my fruit as it is, thank you. 6 years ago +3
We're a mix, really... 6 years ago  
...at least it does something. 6 years ago +3
I suppose the creator of this question would be "trll" then. 6 years ago +2
No me gusta. 6 years ago  
As I lack belief in a god, I am neither. 6 years ago +2
I have no religion, so... 6 years ago +3
Coleslaw depends, but unless the food is rotten and/or covered in sh*t, you can't really go wrong with a salad. 6 years ago  
I celebrate Christmas (despite being irreligious) but I get no gifts, aside from perhaps a shirt or something. 6 years ago +1
Abortion is murder once the fetus is conscious. It is, after all, what really defines human life, as a person in a permanent coma may have functional organs but cannot experience the world, and thus is often considered more or less dead anyway. Aborting a fetus before it gains consciousness would be fine, if not necessarily ideal. 6 years ago +1
I get to choose how, and I can make any preparations. 6 years ago +8
Nice flamebait. 6 years ago  
It's quite obvious that many Christians haven't actually bothered to research the theory. 6 years ago  
Our consciousness would dissipate entirely. Think everlasting coma. 6 years ago +1
We can't definitively say for life, but experiments have proven that when you combine several elements and apply an electrical current, you'll get over 20 different types of amino acids. Amino acids form proteins that are vital for life. As for the universe, I don't know and I don't claim to know. How do you think it got there? 6 years ago  
Life, or the universe? 6 years ago  
B's? What, did you get C's? 6 years ago  
It's a bastard child of the devil and a reindeer. 6 years ago +1
You must hate chihuahuas. 6 years ago +3
Change yourself, idiot. 6 years ago  
Evolution is unrelated to the origin of the universe, or the beginning of life. It merely details an explanation of how life got here after being formed, and how it adapts. 6 years ago  
I'm an atheist Texan. Problem? 6 years ago  
This question cracks me up. 6 years ago  
Yes, but not because of the lion or bear. You see, I could die of natural causes, get eaten by one of those two, and still make the question work. 6 years ago  
Outside of combat. 6 years ago  
Using it right has little to do with it. Try cleaning and using reliable magazines. 6 years ago +2
Remove it. 6 years ago +6
While grisly, most modern slaughter methods should be relatively humane. After that it's just chopping up meat; who doesn't. 6 years ago +3
And so why would god create this rule when he knows everyone would break it, and then place the blame on us? Can you blame my inhabitants for breathing? The punishment also does not scale with the deed. Even Hitler and Stalin didn't inflict as much cruelty on mankind as hell would (although if it exists they'd deserve to go there). 6 years ago  
Sure. 6 years ago  
I was not mocking you. Some Christians do believe in demons - in fact, I've met several. I'm also wondering why you called it quits suddenly. 6 years ago  
What's "garbeg"? 6 years ago +8
Any reason why? I'm not a demon or anything. 6 years ago  
Eciton Burchellii will not eat humans, although given how painful the bites and stings would be I am sure it would be quite unpleasant. 6 years ago  
Relationship with what? 6 years ago  
With their teeth buried in your throat. It's not a quick process either. 6 years ago  
I live in the USA, and the president's power is limited, so... 6 years ago +16
There's plenty of bacteria in crap, so you'd probably catch a disease and also die in a few weeks. 6 years ago  
So how moral would that be? Especially when god would be the one who created all these rules about sinning first? It would be like me creating a nation, cloning a bunch of people, forcing them into it, and making the law that they cannot breathe even though I know that they will (the example of god is actually worse since he would have MADE people so that they would them to sin). And no, I do not believe in god. It is a strange thing, really - none but the most demented would kill people for not believing in bigfoot, yet god can sentence people to an infinitely worse punishment for not thinking Jesus to be their saviors. You see, save extremists, god's own followers would be far from willing to enact his cruelty. 6 years ago  
Answer the question first, then I'll say. 6 years ago  
So I take it a good person who strives to improve his morals, his fellow human's well being, and the world, yet does not believe in Jesus as his savior, would go straight to hell. 6 years ago  
The author says they're hungry too, and the hungrier piranhas are, the easier it is to set them off. 6 years ago +3
Oh dammit. :/ 6 years ago +2
They censor f*ck, but cunt gets a free pass? Funny. 6 years ago +2
Living for others doesn't mean helping others. 6 years ago  
Doesn't have to be an innocent person. 6 years ago  
It doesn't say I have to die to them. 6 years ago  
2nd. Then I'm not a d*ck and I don't start it. 6 years ago  
Define "saved by god", presuming he exists. 6 years ago  
Anime tends to be creepy. 6 years ago  
Never had churros. 6 years ago +5
Are the piranhas hungry? 6 years ago +1
Presuming I've got some extra barrels as well, definitely the huge f*cking machine gun. 6 years ago  
Deagle can be chambered to fire .44 Mag. 6 years ago  
If you're talking about the Christian god, I honestly wouldn't know. On one hand, we have this afterlife that we and all our loved ones would go to and Hitler would be burning in hell (or, if it's based purely on belief, maybe not), but on the other hand god would've f*cked humanity over several times, and the dude who perpetrated all that cruel bullsh*t in the Bible would actually exist. You wouldn't even know how to get into heaven, based on all that debate by religion's own believers. Of course, it is impossible at the moment to label god fictional without a doubt. But hey, maybe Pokemon exist too? 6 years ago  
We have a common ancestor with those apes. That common ancestor is now extinct. We didn't evolve FROM the apes in the zoos. Now, go study, because you're only proving the notion that most creationists are undereducated. 6 years ago  
To be correct, evolution was not really the origin of humans. It only tells how life got to where it was today, not how it started. 6 years ago  
They grow 'em. 6 years ago  
God would also look silly sitting on a chicken, if he exists. 6 years ago  
Already do. 6 years ago  
You might as well have been asking what you are. :/ 6 years ago  
As an atheist, you have to treat them similar to god. No proof, no proper science. That being said I would rank the probability of the existence of extraterrestrials as much higher than the chance of a god/gods existing, and we can probably say that aliens outside of our world at least COULD reasonably exist, whether they do or not. 6 years ago  
You can shoot both but only one will give you the appropriate response. 6 years ago  
Go educate people. 6 years ago  
Make it better. 6 years ago  
Now when was the last time we saw something not governed by the laws of the universe? That in itself makes such a god extremely unlikely. Also, how about I say the clump of matter that formed what would be the big bang (presuming that theory is true) also defies the same laws? 6 years ago  
You can still pick the first answer if you don't have $200,000, but depending on the amount of money you currently have, picking it may effectively be suicide. 6 years ago  
No, it's the dude who answers this question after you. Remember though, unless you're first (reason for author's comment), your fate is decided by the guy who answered this before you. If they figured your ass wasn't worth $200,000 (as most did), you die. 6 years ago  
Although I have no religion, Christmas can be celebrated by all. Of course, happy holidays is never bad either, 6 years ago +4
Doesn't matter! 6 years ago  
Space Jeebus 6 years ago  
Second; they won't have something as hideous to bury/cremate. 6 years ago +1
A pharmacist. 6 years ago  
Wait...juice? 6 years ago  
WTF 6 years ago  
Ugh, sexist wankers. 6 years ago  
Second -> First 6 years ago  
Might all be dead by 2700, so it's a gamble... 6 years ago  
Hey, maybe your dad is getting old. 6 years ago  
Even though I love elephants. 6 years ago  
Hey, maybe a condom counts as clothes. :P 6 years ago  
Opposite good sir. 6 years ago  
With what, and where? 6 years ago  
Lamprey shark, problem solved. :D 6 years ago  
By that logic, murderer would be better since he/she may kill more people and we're all going to die in the end anyway. 6 years ago  
Internetz 6 years ago  
Who cares, really? 6 years ago  
Damn, that's creepy. 6 years ago  
What if what you do causes you to die some time later? 6 years ago  
Doesn't mean I'm an @$$. 6 years ago  
You float. 6 years ago  
Toughie. 6 years ago  
This is one question you have to accept reality with. Have any of the 59% actually done the first, or have they stayed the second? 6 years ago +1
Wait, do you have to die in the fire? 6 years ago  
I'm generally presuming that whatever that probably doesn't exist does, for the sake of the question. 6 years ago  
Only because I don't ever get it. 6 years ago +1
Sith haz cookies. :3 6 years ago +1
You know, I wouldn't be surprised if the people calling the 57% liars are trying to make their d**k feel a bit bigger. Golly jee whiz guys, it's just the darn internet. 6 years ago  
Hey, one doesn't pollute the environment quite as much. 6 years ago  
Are the piranhas well-fed? 6 years ago  
Would you have to view everything? If the world was started all over again, then I would not be alive for billions of years..and despite getting to see prehistoric fauna, I must say it would be very boring. 6 years ago  
We do have evidence for the Big Bang theory. Could that evidence actually be part of something else? Yes, but the Big Bang theory is by no means unfounded. That's why it's a theory and not a random though out of some dude on crack's head. Theories have to be widely examined and peer reviewed. 6 years ago +1
The gun is sexy. 6 years ago  
I imagine hat sex would not be very erotic to the layman. 6 years ago  
I dun like fame. 6 years ago  
Shit. 6 years ago  
Go spray those pics somewhere in TF2. 6 years ago  
Never had a milkshake. :O 6 years ago  
Meh, who cares. 6 years ago +1
Whoops, didn't read the question. 6 years ago  
No, we don't know if there are any gods, but it doesn't mean you should believe in one. I don't know if there are unicorns, but without evidence your default position should be a lack of a belief in them - you shouldn't make the claim that unicorns don't exist, since that itself is also without evidence, but you should not believe in it. By my definition, agnostic does not mean you are undecided, but simply whether you are sure, or claim to have knowledge. Thus theism and atheist are not mutually exclusive with agnosticism. I can be an agnostic atheist, in that I do not believe in any gods, since there is no evidence for them, yet I cannot be for sure 6 years ago +1
Author's comment. >_ 6 years ago  
Who says I have to die? 6 years ago  
123 6 years ago  
F*ck you all. 6 years ago  
What 6 years ago  
Still hurts. 6 years ago  
Comments? 6 years ago  
... 6 years ago  
Still get to listen to it myself. 6 years ago  
idc 6 years ago  
No school. 6 years ago  
If it's as blurry as that one then yes. 6 years ago  
Presuming heaven exists...? 6 years ago  
NHP 6 years ago  
Well I didn't know saving your sibling was supposed to be THAT unselfish. 6 years ago  
Comments plz 6 years ago  
comments 6 years ago  
Comments 6 years ago  
Comments plz 6 years ago  
Crap. 6 years ago  
Just shoot yourself; it didn't ask for drowning or fire! 6 years ago  
Damn that's tough. 6 years ago +1
I thought this was "Which one would you rather have". >_ 6 years ago  
When the Earth is destroyed and I'm flung into space, I don't want to spend forever suffocating. 6 years ago  
Who did the opposite? 6 years ago  
Single anyway. 6 years ago  
If those 10 guilty people stopped doing whatever they did...well, option 2, but I'm presuming not. 6 years ago  
What if you have no children? 6 years ago  
What about pets? 6 years ago  
...you realize people took billions of years to come on this Earth, right? The Big Bang wouldn't have suddenly created humans; it wouldn't even have suddenly created life. The question is stupid anyway. Why are the answers the only ones we can pick? A humble "I don't know" would be far better, and people believe in more than these 2 options. 6 years ago +2
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