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Sorry it's late! Reasons in tomorrow's video. Oh em gee it's okay. Ginger challenge. There. I spoiled it. Ruined my appetite for the entire day. If you still subscribe after this video, thanks! You're awesome! Leave feedback and comments, puhlease. Today's Uncyclopedia: Ginger is the medical term for a "person" affected by the bizarre disfiguring disease known as Gingervitus. Ghoulish symptoms include hair color ranging from an eerie light copper-tone to deep blood red, as well as a translucent to pallid skin tone. Much adversity has been attributed to gingers' existence throughout history, and while female gingers can be considered attractive, most males of the ginger persuasion seem to resemble animated clowns.
7 Dec 2011
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In which my evil twin Procrastinatorater keeps me from posting a song, I subject myself to a second helping of ginger, and I discuss the perils of thin walls and ceilings. Thanks for subscribing! You rock! Leave comments and feedback, please! Anything else you’d like to see? Let me know. Today’s Dose of Awesome – Wooly Mammoth Rides! *******tinyurl****/c74w9a6 Uncyclopedia – Ice Age! Originally, the term was invented by a group of distinguished scientists to describe the summer, when most ice cream is sold. Historians later twisted the truth (as they so often do) by using the term for the time when a substance closely resembling raspberry ice cream covered the whole earth. Probably the moon and the sun, too. The only place without ice was Paris, where blood from the executions at the guillotine prevented ice from forming. Also, much to popular belief the dinosaurs did not live during the most recent ice age, yes kids, in Ice Age 3 Manny, Diego and that random retarded sloth thingy are all in a police cell having a very bad trip...(That includes the first two movies as well.) It helps to know such valid and important information, man, I don't know what the producer was smoking when he was producing that movie... Devised by Alan Parsons in 1794, it has grown into a massive state project in the last quarter century, trying to determine the age of ice flows across the globe. The basic process of determining ice age is simple. For this experiment, all you need is a lump of ice and a piece of apparatus known as a glaciodripometer. Just melt the ice you want to date and the number of drops of water produced is the age of the ice in years. The viability of this system for dealing with ice of an age well over 4 million years has recently come into question.
8 Dec 2011
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