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Doesn't it just seem WRONG, though, that they want you to click "OK" and don't give you a "Not OK" or "@#(*$#& NO!" option?
Wrong indeed.
Who ever dreamt up the idea of having to click "OK" without a "No way idiots!" option. I even noticed that the first time I played Spider Solitaire. After I had exchanged 'cards' with the computer I had to click 'OK' in order to continue ... No, that's not as annoying, but it is along the same line of thinking. (Or, more accurately, not thinking.)
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Old Feb 24, '11, 8:16 pm
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Someone mentioned shirt buttons earlier.
Why is it that the least used button on each of my everyday shirts fall off? The top button only gets used while clean and hanging, never while I am wearing the shirts. Huh?
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Why does the dog go crazy EVERY NIGHT barking at my own kid coming home late at night from work?

Why does the cat get all snuggly with me in bed and when I am almost asleep, SNEEZE in my face?

Why do parents pull their kids out of school for 3 days for sports tournaments and then be surprised when the rest of the class moves forward 3 units in subjects and their kid is now far behind and it is somehow MY fault?

Why isn't the snow melting yet?

Why can't "Nick" from Karokuom Racing in New York accept the answer I have no interest in horse racing or their "free" share valued at $499 that will only cost me a $1 day (huh?), so STOP CALLING ME EVERY NIGHT.
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Why when your computer has issues do you get a message something like this:

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What is the point of Wasps??? and what about mosquitoes???
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Nec5, that picture is awesome! Data has discovered his humanity, thanks to Microsoft!
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Here's a personal mystery:
Why is it that every time I hear a train I drop whatever I'm doing and just stand (or sit) there and listen.
The sound of a train instantly grabs my full attention.
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Here's a personal mystery:
Why is it that every time I hear a train I drop whatever I'm doing and just stand (or sit) there and listen.
The sound of a train instantly grabs my full attention.
You need re-training.

Toot toot.
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You need re-training.

Toot toot.
What???
My mommy trained me years ago.
I "toot toot" in the po chair!!!
(That's what we called it. I haven't heard of one since the very early '60s)
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Why is it, when you drop toast onto the floor, it always land buttered side down?

Why is it, whenever you lose something, you always find it in the last place you look?
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"How do they get the Caramel in the Caramilk bar?"

(Actually I never thought that this was much of a puzzle, but it was (is?) a memorable advertising slogan. Wouldn't they just place the top sides facing up, pour in the caramel, and then poor the final layer of chocolate (the bottom) over that?)
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Why is it that you only get flat tyres whenever you are going somewhere really important?

And why is it the tyres always go flat on the bottom?
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And why is it the tyres always go flat on the bottom?
That's only because you live Down-Under.
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Oh Ridgy Didge ol' son, just sometimes



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