General Questions Thread (Rolling)


#1

What do you call one of these?

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Apparently they have a name in the US. As a kid I don’t remember calling them anything. Nor do any of the colleages I’ve just asked.


#2

A fortune teller. Good thread.


#3

Presumably whatever you Googled to find that picture.


#4

Ah I see. Yeah that makes sense.

This is a multi purpose thread. Wind your neck in.


#5

I googled the American term.

What’s with the attitude?


#6

There is no attitude and I apologise if it seemed that way.


#7

A pair of hands


#8

What time is it?


#9

Looks like a jpeg to me


#10

How long is a piece of string?


#11

What’s the American term?


#12

May 23, 2018 3:25 PM (Europe: Paris), May 23, 2018 6:25 AM (America: Los Angeles)


#13

Twice half it’s length.


#14

=NOW()


#15

A cootie catcher.


#16

Ok sorry. I’m down as fuck at the moment. Probably finding aggro where there isn’t any.

Thanks.


#17

ah, of course. Ta.


#18

Spot the obvious error in the season labelling.


#19

No such thing as “Fall”. “Winter 1” please.


#20

In Japan they are called paku paku and are commonly used not as fortune tellers, but as little snapping mouths.