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1.4.06

Did you know that gullible isn't in the dictionary? I had no idea.

5 Comments:

Anonymous adam said...

That didn't catch me out. Not even for a second.

April 01, 2006 9:46 pm  
Blogger MGL said...

Sure, I hear ya.

April 01, 2006 9:47 pm  
Anonymous the eye said...

The smell of rat was overwhelming. BTW: Ze öld Kontry rules state that April's Fool only works if the foolee actually walks across a doorstep trying to see what the fooler is talking about. And it has to happen before noon. ... But following a link might perhaps count as an alternative ...

April 02, 2006 8:47 am  
Blogger MGL said...

Well, I pretty much put that up because I didn't have any other bright ideas, and I was too overworked to come up with new ones. But I think that ze nü öld von Køntri-Vëstern, esq. rules of 1877 state that the foolee has to simply do something actively in order to be duped. Hence the references to websites one can visit or phone services one can call, or places one can show up, etc. Therefore I defend my use of the link (and, btw, 8 of you clicked it...). And, to paraphrase Tom Stoppard, what with every exit being an entry somewhere else...

April 02, 2006 11:14 am  
Blogger Gaute said...

I always click links, even when I know I'm being duped. That's why I keep coming back to db.no.

April 03, 2006 10:43 pm  

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