Have you ever heard of the show Big Brother? Basically, 14 walking stereotypes enter a house and vote to eliminate each other one by one.. Well now, I'm creating a wiki where users can play it! We will battle it out to be the last one standing over a long period of time (over a month!) Despite the length of the game, it is not time consuming at all, and you dont have to watch the show to play or get it.
I'd heard of it but it had never been explained to me until a friend told me yesterday. Funny how coincidental life is! xP Yeah, that sounds pretty cool. I'd be up for that (hopefully I'll be up for that in over a month @_@). I'll give it a try!
We could do an urban dictionary, I guess, and I'm going to be starting a political fanon, if you can call it that. Also, I have a good idea for an article about the 2016 election. So, I'll get started on the latter.
A syndrome many on this wiki experience. It is one in which the recipient feels quite discombobulated as to why a Liberal is contributing so much to a wiki for Conservatives. "Hey, you know that A3 over there?" "You mean the Donkey?""Yeah. Why is he contributing so much, if he is a Donkey?""Ah, you have caught Donkey Discombobulation, my friend. Nobody really knows why. Ask AAA yourself?""Nah, I'm good."
0.0 Shucks. Then you have to run for small governments and gradually increase the size until you become govenuh, senatuh, or some other high important government position, and I will support you when you run for Prezzy.
I'm pretty nervous too. Romney's pulled ahead in national polling (most recent one shows him up 50 to 47) but as long as Ohio's in Obama's column, the electoral vote will go to the President. Mitt, Paul, Ann, Rob Portman, Rick Santorum, Kelly Ayotte, and John McCain should each go to Ohio for a straight week of all-out campaigning