Pig should be fine. Rat on the other hand…
“Cause the FCC won’t let me be, let me be me, so let me see…” Well, FCC them. The 2nd C is actually a K and it’s missing a U.
I am an atheist, and I totally agree with you here (and it’s actually refreshing to see somebody who shares this oppinion). It’s totally up to you if you want to believe in the existence or nonexistence of any divine being, I personally chose for myself not to believe in such an existence. Neither the existence or non-existence of a divine being can be proven scientifically. Personally I wouldn’t call atheism a religion, though, because it lacks the organization needed to be qualified as a religion, I would, however, call it a faith. Sometimes it’s funny to troll hardcore-atheists and tell them that their atheism is just another form of faith and see how agitated they get about this.
This censoring here is getting out of hands. Really, the word “p i s s” is on the list of banned words?
That would mean that #17 would be pi.ssed that she’s only 2nd choice.
No, but the quantity does. If you are a few stairs short you don’t have that much wit.
I don’t actually know why I wrote “crossing of the Tiber” two years ago, the river he crossed was called Rubicon. And the original quote is in Greek, not Latin (which is also funny, considering your user name).
That is wrong. There are multiple ways to get into college here in Germany. You can either get a regular Abitur after 12 years of school and go to college (for some of the courses that are more in demand you need a grade average above a certain number) or – like my brother did – finish school after 10 years, get an apprenticeship (three years, my brother became a fully qualified and certified plumber), then go to school for another year and get a so-called Fach-Abitur (specialized Abitur), then go to university. For some courses you don’t need an Abitur at all, if your apprenticeship and certification is in the same field. There are a lot of jobs that require a college education in the US where you don’t need a college education in Germany, because of our apprenticeship system (you basically get trained on the job for three days per week and go to a specialized school for the other two days for three years, this is paid for by the company you get your training at and you also get paid already).
He will be once Rat gets his hands on a Saif.