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A list.

Posted by WritersBlock - November 27th, 2007

Here is a list of lists that list other lists.

Rig's: The list list.

That's the only list of lists I am aware of.

Also, unrelated: Check out my Rule 10 sig. I made mine before all o yall's.

Edited to accomodate for rig's name change. >: (

A list.


That's one heckuva list.
I 10'd.

This deserves nothing less than a 10, anything less and I'm deleting it...


5'D AND 10'D

Your post passes my judgement...

We need a list of the lists of lists that list all the lists.

Lists are important.

Yes, they are.

Who's going to fill them shoes and make the list of lists that lists the list of other lists?

so u list lists that go with othert lists?
who would ever write so much?NOT ME

yes, that's the general gist of it...

what is rule 10?


Book of Om, Prophecies of Tobrun, Chapter 2, Verse 8:
"And I saw, sort of like rabbits, in many colors but basically a plaid pattern, kind of spinning around, and there was a sound as of like big syrupy things."

I like Terry Pratchett and his nonsensical novels

Rule 10 is LOL.
It's from the rules of the MAC7-November competition.

Terry Pratchett is very rule 10, although I had to hand back The Colour of Magic to the library before I finished it, because it was overdue and someone else had reserved it...

obey rule one:
"Do not act incautiously when confronting a little bald wrinkly smiling man!"

Your rule one obeys rule ten!

if you ever decide to read the last continent, just remember that it can be considered offensive to australians

Well it's about bloody time.

We dish out offense to the Americans, it goes relatively unnoticed, the Americans dish offense onto themselves and get themselves into a barfight.
[quote]it parodies Australian people and aspects of Australian culture, such as the Crocodile Dundee and Mad Max movies, Vegemite, Flip-Flops, cork hats, the Peach Nellie, and the popular Australian song "Waltzing Matilda."[quote/]
I doubt I would find such a parody insulting, Crocodile Dundee and other such ideas linked with the Australian ways of life can often miss the mark completely, a Terry Pratchett novel having a go at this aspect of Australia would surely only offend those "true blue" Aussies who live by the stereotypes. Bah, I'll take the shtick when I get round to reading it.

My name change brings all the boys to the yard.

Rule 10

Thanks, helped a lot!

Things will never go back to the way they were. We are men now.

Still keeping it up to date? Damn.