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How a 3 ton elephant seal moves: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHOMCN1yFXU YouTube]
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Video games and the Internet are all that kids have nowadays other than sitting on the couch and watching TV.
Let your kids play outside while you watch, and you may get arrested for child endangerment.<ref>Chan Teik Onn. "[http://www.cracked.com/article_20595_5-things-everyone-did-growing-up-that-now-get-you-arrested_p2.html 5 Things Everyone Did Growing Up (That Now Get You Arrested)]". ''Cracked'', 2013-09-01. Accessed 2013-09-02.</ref>
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The following are references for use in articles that have not yet been created. I intend to eventually use them in an article either here, on Wikipedia, or on TV Tropes. Links may be bare at first, especially when pasted in using a tablet, and some of the writing is inherently "sloppy".


For Stilt-bottom: Poli worldview courtesy of one of the artists of Cyanide and Happiness: arms are nothing more than legs attached at the shoulder.[1]

No, Two and a Half Men is not about a poli living with two baseline humans. I am disappoint.

Why I have a strange feeling when cosplaying as a poli[1]

Tent for kids with no legs: Photoshop fail or poli acceptance?[2]

Compare Natalie Dee's "Chesterball" and Jake Barlow's Puddin' Don't. What is stealing?

On forgiveness: "Life is too short to quarrel." --"Little Never-upset" by Abbie Phillips Walker

There's a difference between impairment and disability. Sure, not having legs is an impairment, but if Spencer West hiked up Mount Kilimanjaro on his hands, how is it a disability?

Super deformity

Does the existence of Sad Sam and Honey, Betsey Clark, etc. mean that Precious Moments Inc. has no monopoly on PMI style teardrop eyes?

To an extent, a big brain helps a species avoid extinction. (Nature, via Slashdot) But there is a limit to this. Babies are helpless because a newborn's brain has to fit through the hole in mommy's pelvis, which is as big as it can be without losing the ability to run. It's called the obstetric dilemma.[3]

Owl monkey skulls have huge eye sockets to hold their huge eyes to see YOU in the dark. [4]

Tarsier eyes are huge too, as are those of several other species.

Large eyes have one drawback: Neanderthal man may have died out because their eyes were 6 mm bigger to collect more light in higher latitudes. These eyes' signals needed more neurons to process, taking brain power away from social grooming and engineering. (Proceedings of the Royal Society B, via BBC, via Slashdot)

Pop-Tarts toaster pastries in the hands of kids are deadly weapons.[5] Try these homemade pastries similar to Pop-Tarts[6] that don't make your head swell up.

"My First Trick" on "Precious Moments Make Me Puke" by Winklepots reminds me of a lyric from "Reptile" by Nine Inch Nails.

DX Town

Some split to User:Tepples/world-building

At this point, given all the acai spam in the early days of Pin Eight wiki, figure out how to include blueberries and other similar plants that don't especially grow on trees. And work in "come" linking to these NAR posts: "Seedless, We Promise" and "Don't Make Me Clean Up This One".

About character names: "Mortimer isn't a name for a children's cartoon, it's a name for an old British guy or his pet tortoise."[7] So the name Tortimer for the mayor in the first three Animal Crossing games seems especially apt.

This gecko is a walking advertisement for Tom Nook's store.[8]

Computer technology

Some split to User:Tepples/tablets

Back in the early days of Nintendo DS flash cards, SD card adapters didn't support SDHC and were thus limited to 2 GB cards. So people aren't entirely unjustified in preferring 2 GB cards.[2]

RAID will not save you from disgruntled employees trying to delete everything. Get a real backup.[9]

Unity has its own synonym problem.[3]

As others have said,[4] next to nobody has an HTPC because non-geeks think they're for trailer trash.[5]

The latency of cheap VoIP causes hesitation, which may be misinterpreted as being unsure of what to say,[6] and may cause the participants to interrupt each other.[10]

Say you buy a voice-only SIM from AT&T Mobility and plan to use cellular voice and Wi-Fi data but no cellular data. But if you put that SIM in a device with a smartphone's IMEI, AT&T has a "standard practice" of cramming a data plan onto your bill. (Joel Runyon, via via Slashdot)


Team Fortress 2 has hats. Lots of them.

Pointy hats are cute,[16] but top hats are three times as good for carrying things.[17][18] πr2h (cylinder volume) > 1/3*πr2h (cone volume)


Pet raccoons (Here kitty!)[19]

Fu Go: Japan got balloon fever during WWII[20] (and I don't mean gay): bomb-carrying balloons. (This makes Thwaite unintentional truth in television.) But on the other hand, hot air balloons are "totally gay anyway".[21]

In RPG world they have flightless birds as big as bison. But that still doesn't make their fried wings "buffalo wings".[22]

Citation needed that Monster.com will have jobs. (#2)

Did the Teal Deer[23] get that way by dyeing?[24]

A pixie's brain is so small it can't hold more than one emotion at once (source: Peter and Wendy). Chickens are the same way.[25]

Who is Rosetta Stone?[26] I know Rosetta is the Japanese name of Rosalina from Super Mario Galaxy, but where's the link to language teaching?

Everybody poops, even iPhone.[27]

One Mario Limit: Averted. Mary is not the only Poppins. [28][29]

Things to dispute: wikipedia:Talk:AC#not_asserted_in_articles

In real life, spiders have a hookshot, and they spin-dash.[11]

Sparlock the Warrior Wizard from episode 2 of Become Jehovah's Friend, published by Jehovah's Witnesses, has nothing to do with the interlocking concrete blocks of the Sparlock Building System. Yet one of Cracked's 5 Shockingly Advanced Ancient Buildings That Shouldn't Exist is almost as advanced as Sparlock.

It's healthy to tell lies, not only because there are situations where you're supposed to stretch the truth[12] but also because big noses give more protection from pathogens.[13]

How a 3 ton elephant seal moves: YouTube

Video games and the Internet are all that kids have nowadays other than sitting on the couch and watching TV. Let your kids play outside while you watch, and you may get arrested for child endangerment.[14]


  1. Jeanna Bryner. "No Sex Required: Women Have Orgasms at the Gym". Discovery News, 2012-03-19. Accessed 2012-10-21.
  2. Steph. "Photoshop Fail: 15 Hilariously Botched Images". WebUrbanist, 2009-12-07. Accessed 2012-10-28.
  3. Michael Balter. "Infants' Flexible Heads Stretch Back Millions of Years". ScienceNOW, 2012-05-07. Accessed 2012-10-21.
  4. Adam Wears, Mike Lamb. "8 Terrifying Skeletons of Adorable Animals". Cracked, 2011-04-12. Accessed 2012-10-21.
  5. Luis Prada. "The 3 Most Insane Overreactions by School Security". Cracked, 2013-03-21. Accessed 2013-03-21.
  6. "Two-ingredient Chocolate Pop-Tarts for the Holidays". Shine, 2012-11-21. Accessed 2013-03-21.
  7. Evan V. Symon. "5 Iconic Pop Culture Moments Improvised at the Last Second". Cracked, 2012-05-21. Accessed 2012-10-21.
  8. Monte Richard, E. Reid Ross. "The 8 Most Mind Blowing Disguises in Nature". Cracked, 2012-04-05. Accessed 2012-10-21.
  9. "Revenge Is A Disk Best Servered Code". Not Always Right, 2013-03. Accessed 2013-04-10.
  10. "Can’t Get A Number In Edgewise". Not Always Right, 2012-09. Accessed 2012-10-23.
  11. Monte Richard. "The 6 Real and Terrifying Spider Superpowers". Cracked, 2012-09-22. Accessed 2012-11-12.
  12. Felix Clay. "4 Situations When You're Totally Supposed to Lie". Cracked, 2013-03-16. Accessed 2013-03-16.
  13. XJ Selman. "5 Scientific Reasons You're Better Off Being Unattractive". Cracked, 2012-08-04. Accessed 2013-03-16.
  14. Chan Teik Onn. "5 Things Everyone Did Growing Up (That Now Get You Arrested)". Cracked, 2013-09-01. Accessed 2013-09-02.