Eating poo

Discussion in 'Pure Bull' started by kilted2000, May 20, 2004.

  1. kilted2000

    kilted2000 Member

    consider this. If everyone in the world was wierd. and they are. Then being wierd would be normal. Not being weird would then become wierd. But would being wierd mean you were weird or normal?

    Whoa
     
  2. kilted2000

    kilted2000 Member

    Was my post so weird that everybody is at a loss for words?
     
  3. NatureFreak412

    NatureFreak412 Art of Balance

    I would never eat ass or poo, but I get what ur saying about the weird thing
     
  4. Carnivore

    Carnivore Visitor

    This is a hypothetical question, right?
     
  5. showmet

    showmet olen tomppeli

    Don't try it - tastes like shit.
     
  6. backtothelab

    backtothelab Senior Member

    My dog eats her own shit sometimes, I'll ask her.
     
  7. soo.. exactly define wierd and normal..
     
  8. pomunus

    pomunus Member

    heh good one.:D
     
  9. chikkychappy

    chikkychappy Member

    Being weird means being odd, unusual or/and bizarre. Your opening statement, "If everyone in the world was wierd", is already fallacious so the rest of the logic flow is also false.

    For simplicity sake let's narrow the weird thing from a general attribute to just eating poo. Eating poo is a weird thing to do, and most would agree that it's disgusting. But if everyone in the world eats poo, then the action itself is not weird. Everyone(or almost everyone) does it, so eating poo is already the norm. Eating poo is no longer described as different, odd and unusual but not eating poo would take the honor of those descriptions.

    You follow the rest. :)
     
  10. Dr. Lecter

    Dr. Lecter Member

    Technically, everybody who has eaten fast food or United Airlines food has eaten the equivalent of poo.
     
  11. i think everyone in the world is different than eachother no matter how much they strive to be the same.
     

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