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“I'm sure we'll need to know this when we risk falling into one during a physics exam :P Perhaps they should write a corollary entitled "How to survive in a k-hole" which would better serve these failing students.”
“Larger amounts can cause people to "trip" for about an hour - they call it "going into a k-hole".”
“Sometimes my editor's notes ask What do you mean by this sentence? which opens up a nice shiny k-hole in which I try to figure out what she means by "what do I mean" as well as what I meant originally and how can I make this sentence I wrote seven months ago about eating toast mean more meaningfully to convey what I mean?”
“Will the show survive its second season, or will it fall down the writer's strike k-hole that obliterated”
“Watch bro furries fall into a k-hole … or … some other kind of hole.”
“By Ginanne Brownell -- Special to GlobalPost LONDON -- In Europe and North America it's called a k-hole.”
“After we found ourselves not so much stunned as exhausted and turned-off by the previous ep’s k-hole of casual misery and forced entry, we were glad to kick back with a breezier follow-up.”
“Particularly if I’m stuck in a k-hole or if I’m in a bourbon-induced haze.”
“- want you to take my interview with Lawrence Lessig and remix it with a pumpin 'k-hole groove.”
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Names for convenience stores, as inspired by this BoingBoing post. As in, "I'm going to the ______ to grab some milk and a pack of smokes."
Mind or Mind Altering
( _mark, personal list, randomness )
For stuff to simply reside.
( personal list )
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uppers, downers, screamers, laughers...
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