View Full Version : I'm an Idiot
11-24-03, 10:11 PM
For the past month I've been hanging out with this plutonic friend and having fun. Just figured out recently that my friend has prolly wanted to date me and Ive been too stupid to realize this and now that the little lightbulb in my head has turned on I'm just cringing at all the little blunders I've made this past month.
Sad thing is I make this mistake often. I even tell people not to make this mistake yet I keep FRIGGIN doing it. I meet someone of the opposite sex that I'm attracted to and think hey they wanna be friends and I totally forget to try dating them first.GRRRRRR
Oh well time to try and salvage the situation.....AGAIN
11-24-03, 11:56 PM
your friend comes from Pluto?
11-25-03, 12:11 AM
Pluto's a dog, stupid. How could his friend come from a dog? "Age and wisdom don't always go together, I've found. ... Some people just become stupid with more authority." -- Terry Pratchett
Those mean ol' spelling Nazis.
Platonic, so they won't hit you again. Comes from Plato, super philosopher extraordinaire!
11-25-03, 12:35 AM
Oh, hahah, I didn't even realize it was a typo, I was just being a smart#$% :P
And Trolo, everyone knows you're from Venus, so you're not allowed to comment.
Plato was a jerk!
Sig nerfed per rules. Signiture once per thread. Please read the SIGNATURE RULES. Thankyou. --Gyorg Edited by: Gyorg at: 11/25/03 5:33 pm
11-25-03, 03:51 AM
Do her in the....!
No, nah, I'm not going to say it.
11-25-03, 03:59 AM
Plato rocked, you helot. where anger is big and fueled by hydrogen
11-25-03, 04:15 AM
And here I was thinking a plutonic friend was one who had a lot of money...
11-25-03, 04:26 AM
Hmmm so I should be more worried about my grammar than my instincts thats a relief. To heck with dating I'll buy me an english book instead.
11-25-03, 05:53 AM
Huked on foniks werked for we!
11-25-03, 06:19 AM
So your friend works in a nuclear plant?
11-25-03, 07:08 AM
Wow, this rant got totally @#%$.
Ah, I'm guessing that you're female, lenweni?
For me it's the exact opposite. Too often the women I've asked out seemed shocked that I was interested in being more than friends. Ponzicar Brokenheart
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11-25-03, 05:51 PM
Pfft, just tell him you want to @#%$ him, that'll win him over quite easily.
11-25-03, 07:36 PM
Pluto as in the planet Pluto, the smallest planet of the solar system! You skipped Elementary school? Because that's where I learned about it.
Think twice before calling random people stupid, at most it might have not been funny, but stupid? I'd change my sig if I was you.
11-25-03, 07:39 PM
Wow, not only can you not take a joke...you're an idiot.
11-25-03, 08:06 PM
Ahahah, it took me a second to figure out WTF he was talking about.
Ahahahah. "Age and wisdom don't always go together, I've found. ... Some people just become stupid with more authority." -- Terry Pratchett
11-25-03, 09:18 PM
Not worried about what to do next just ranting about not seeing the situation correctly right away.
Oh isn't pluto the purple planet with the funny orbit?
11-26-03, 12:53 AM
1) The 9th planet of the solar system, which has a highly eccentric orbit that sometimes puts it colser to the sun then the 8th planet. As to it being purple, I hadn't heard that they've seen it so well as to determine its color... but then, I havent been paying much attention to planetary astronomy for a few years.
2) Mickey Mouse's dog.
3) The Roman god of the underworld.
4) The prefix used in the word "Plutocracy" (government by the rich) which has its origin with the greek "ploutos" (wealth)
11-26-03, 01:32 AM
What? No referance to igneous rock formations? Celeris Tujimson
Maurading Deceiver of The Nameless
Life isn't fair. It's just fairer than death, that's all.
William Goldman, "The Princess Bride"
11-26-03, 04:27 AM
Pluto, the 9th planet, and Charon, pluto's moon, are nothing more than REALLY big chunks of space debris that got stuck in orbit beyond Neptune. Many consider the two twin planets because of their similarity in size. They've actually found a lot of different planetary bodies after Pluto and Charon, but at what point do we stop considering them planets and start calling them asteroids?
There are no true color pictures of any planet past Mars if I remember correctly, just a lot of different spectra pieced together to create a representation of what the planet would look like. Artists usually perceive Uranus as being purplish.
Asteroids. Uranus. It's a sign from the heavens.
Do him in the pooper.
Edit: Had to brush up on my astronomy and come back here to un-idiot my reply.
Edited by: Kaielen at: 11/26/03 4:31 am
11-28-03, 07:36 AM
Hey Len just get undressed and bang him. Ask he wants to do this with you more. If answer is yes than he is yours if not well can always go back to being friends Dayhel Pathweaver
ForestStalker of Tunare
Defender of the Forest
"I am not lost, I am taking you the scenic route"
Kai, I don't think it's really been fully established or agreed upon as to whether Pluto is really a planet or just a chunk of space debris.
11-28-03, 12:41 PM
All planets are chunks of space debris.
I believe planets are chunks of space debris that are heavy enough to be orbitting the sun. Moons are chunks not heavy enough to orbit the sun, but are heavy enough to orbit the biggest chunk of space debris in their vicinity (planets).
I think the reason we don't know whether or not Charon is a moon or a planet is because at this great distance we can't really tell if it's orbitting Pluto or has the same orbit around the sun. I could very well be wrong on that, but it makes sense to me.
Actually, Nimm, what defines planets from chunks of space debris is that planets had enough mass when they started to rotate that they became very dense and superhot and went through a molten stage. Plus, they have enough mass to have a significant gravity of their own.