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  • Are we really resorting to puns TFLN? Really?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 5:25pm
  • HAHA Sandy clams are the worst!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 11:48am
  • It's not a good pun if it doesn't make sense.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 11:28pm
  • hahaha i thought it was funny.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 8:22pm
  • shoot yourself. in the face. now.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 8:40am
  • 10:20... 4th it. Epic fail

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 12:13pm
  • Yes! That means that the plural of Jesus is Jesi ... I win!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 6, 09 at 8:23am
  • 10:20am.... i second that

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 10:44am
  • Hahaha I love it!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 14, 10 at 8:43pm
  • Thank you, 10:20 and 5:25.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 9:58pm
  • What a terrible joke. TFLN is really going downhill.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 10:20am
  • that only applies ti words ending in us. i know cuz i have an ongoing game with my little sister thinking of words which have plurals ending in i: calculi, octopi, cacti, loci, foci, and so on.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 5, 09 at 1:06pm
  • lighten up people and quit being so pretentious. It was a nice little joke. Just because it didn't include the words semen, cock, tits, fuck or threesome (which are probably 99% fabricated), doesn't mean it's not worthy. Get over yourselves and learn to laugh.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 8, 09 at 2:21pm
  • ACTUALLY! The REAL plural to octopus isn't octopi at all, it's actually octopodes because Octopus is a Greek word and the correct Greek ending is -podes. Over time we've ended up putting a -ti at the end which is in fact a Latin ending on a Greek word which doesn't make sense. Octo-podes (Eight-foot) literal translation. It doesn't matter generally what the word ends in that determines its plural ending, it's really the root of the word and the corresponding root ending. Yay linguistics!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 28, 09 at 3:33am