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NON SEQUITUR LOL
is it a person?
that's a clue
is it a plant? (inc fruits / vegetables etc)
where would it position U & I?
is it bigger than a kettle?
would most households own one?
Gonna go for yes
would you use it in the kitchen?
he has a name; japes
is it a sponge
in pog form?
NOT a person
Alan Titchmarsh has touched a version of it with his naked hands
It's NOT japes's penis
It's NOT japes
You CAN buy it at Homebase
It's SMALLER than a kettle
You could fit it up the average adults ANUS
It's NOT Jackie Chan
It's USED in the kitchen but NOT only in the KITCHEN
It's NOT a sponge
It's NOT solid
It's NOT edible
It DOESN'T use electricity
It MAY feature in the film Rush Hour 2
Caught you out!
So it's not liquid and it's not solid.
Is it a post-Guinness fart from Charlie Dimmock?
SSP I've said talking about f*r!s grosses me out
do you use it for cleaning?
is it for entertainment?
that fucking uses electricity dickhead
i think the homebase thing is throwing me off
they also sell it in ASOS and probably debenhams
I've missed most of this.
i love a good casserole, me.
not a person
not a plant
can buy it in homebase
usually smaller than a kettle
most households own one
you would use it in the kitchen (but not exclusively)
not a sponge
not a liquid
would fit in average anus
not for cleaning
primarily for entertainment
doesn't use electricity
not a tool
not this time
I think Homebase is a red herring. I bet it's not where most of us would buy ours.
And I bet we probably haven't stuck it up our arses (for entertainment or out of idle curiousity).
....Casseroles, it makes me smile!
it's not really a physical thing
can't believe you've wasted our last question!
The answer is....
THIS IS THE WORST QUIZ EVER
you won't find any mistakes
you can't buy a polka dot in homebase
most households can't own a polka dot
you wouldn't use a polka dot in the kitchen
a polka dot is not for entertainment
I bet most households own an item with polka dots
er...polka dot tea towels
polka dots are for fun
That's not the same as being able to buy polka dots.
You can buy a watering can with dust on it in B&Q, that's not the same as buying dust.
You can buy a yellow glove in Primark, that doesn't mean you buy yellow in Primark.
I've got the feathers, someone get the tar.
Possible pseudonyms for Elaina_Casoolare
the question was, would it fit
Our clothes just *fell* off.
one by itself is just a circle
seriously considering a time out for you here
i'm just glad I didn't invest much of my afternoon in this charade!
today is a shit day
must've taken ages, you psycho =D
I prefer asking the questions anyway
it's easy and it's tangible.
(it's tangible, f'reals)