I was analyzing music for class tomorrow when THIS happened…
THIS IS THE BEST POST IN THE WORLD.
Oh man. Today. TODAY. Something incredible happened. I can’t believe I almost forgot.
I sit down for my Japanese test. I am waiting for the test to be passed out when I glance up and look around the room. Then I see it.
I watch as one of the students ties a Naruto headband onto his head, adjusts it, and prepares for the test.
And that’s how I knew I was going to get an A. Because that was so magical, it had to be a sign. The world is a beautiful and terrifying place.
This is the most accurate thing I’ve seen in ages.
THIS TOOK A FAR DIFFERENT TURN THEN I EXPECTED
IT GOT BETTER
Welsh house painter John Renie died in 1832. The unusual inscription on his grave takes the form of a grid, 19 squares across and 15 squares high. In each square is a letter.
You can make out some clear words. “Here” and “Lies” are in that in that string above, and you can see the start of “John.” But why the jumble?
After 170 years, a local TV station finally analyzed it, determining that it was a type of acrostic puzzle. Starting at the H in the very center and working outward, the sentence “Here Lies John Renie” can be read in 46000 different ways!
Some say he was trying to keep his soul safe from the devil by confusing him. Others say he was just having a bit of fun.
- Lawyer: Did he rape her?
- Witness: Yes, but she was drunk and passed out.
- Lawyer: That's not what I asked. Did he rape her?
- Witness: Yes, but she was wearin-
- Lawyer: I didn't ask what she was wearing. Did he rape her?
- Witness: Yes, but-
- Lawyer: I didn't ask anything else. It's just a simple yes or no answer. Did he rape her?
- Witness: Yes.
- Laywer: Yes, he raped her.
- Rape is rape is rape, no matter the context.