Number one seems to have been misinterpretated. It was meant to be silly and fun, but not childish or juvenile, which is in accordance with rule 10. so you have no right to close it. How bout instead of closing it, you just tell people to take it a little seriously, and that rules still apply, and that this thread isnt just a mini-TOB, its a thread to talk about whatever you want. Not just a thread to POST whatever you want. Remember we embrace silliness, but only if it remains silly and not juvenile.
So now as long as I put a topic in this thread, you can only close it by admitting you’re just being spiteful.
What are some of your interests? what brings you joy?
I like to eat cereal out of large bowls. and being outside during the sunset.
I’d like to point out that, while my threads may occasionally have stupid titles, at least I always make them to share stuff which I believe would be of interest to the group.
But, while I’m here, I might as well join in. And since this thread is ‘topicless’, I’d like to talk about:
Yes, the (supposed) ‘show about nothing’ that was incredibly popular once.
That was another joke, of course; You CANNOT have a show about nothing. At best you can have a show with no regular topic. But short of comedy improv shows, all shows HAVE to have a script each episode, and therefore, a topic. And all the Seinfeld episodes definitely HAD a common topic: the banality of life. The show was ALWAYS about people getting pissed off for the stupidest reasons. Honestly, I cannot see what was so funny about most of them. But, humor is relative, we all laugh at different things. Mean-spirited jokes just aren’t my cup of tea. But, I’m glad Seinfeld made many people laugh. And Jerry certainly was smart when he quit at the top of the show’s popularity: now, nobody can ever talk about “the decline of Seinfeld.”
I wonder if there is an English word for raggare, because that duck looks like one
Which reminds me, I should go and fetch my laptop so I can check if I have your old avatar, Charle… I think I was told it was lost.