5. This mother who’s just trying to understand teens and that “Tumbler” website.
“I am a mother of two kids and my eldest daughter (now 17) is making me alarmed by the amount of times she is using the word same. For example, recently I was making some homemade jam in the kitchen and she came into the kitchen. On her way back from the fridge after pronouncing that we had no food, she knocked over one of our chairs. She looked at the chair in silence for a few seconds and then said “same” and went back upstairs. What does same mean? Is it a new curse word that I don’t know about from that Tumbler website? Should I be punishing her for saying it in front of her sister?”
9. This person who probably just needs to update their phone.
“I cracked my phone really bad today and I’m trying to take a screenshot of the cracks to put it on Instagram, but every time I screenshot like the cracks don’t even show up in the picture! Is something wrong with my screenshot? Has anyone else had this problem?!”
12. This person who’s just trying to get closer to the Lord.
“I need a spell that will summon a Jesus to do my bidding. It’s for a good cause. They say he’s the most powerful spirit to set foot on the planet, even more powerful than a Balrog, and I’d like to cure cancer. Right now, preferably. Does anyone know any good incantations that summon Jesus and manifests him in a form in which he will answer direct questions with correct answers?”
15. This person who is, uh, overthinking it.
“On a microwave, if you push 60, then it will cook for 60 seconds or one minute. (Following me?)
AND if you also press 1:00 it will cook for one minute, or 60 seconds. (Right, right?)
OK! Well, my question is….
If you add 1:00 + 1:00 it is = 2:00 right? So your food will cook for a total of two minutes.
BUT if you add 60 seconds + 60 seconds it will only cook for one minute and twenty seconds. Even though 60 seconds is one minute?
(I know, confusing question.)
I guess to put it into simpliest terms, How come 1 minute + 1 minute = 2 minutes, but 60 seconds + 60 seconds = only one minute and twenty seconds?”
18. This person who really loves that one song, you know the one?
“I ALWAYS hear this song on the radio or when I’m up in the club but I can’t find what its called…its all beats one part of the song is like this
k like it will get real low then slowly start picking back up and it will go faster as it does
dun dun dun dun
dun dun dun dun
dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun
er er er er er er ER ER ER ER ER ER der der der der derrr
i’m so sorry if this is bad information but i’m sure if you really think of REALLY popular techno/rave songs you could help!! thanks!!”
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