General Questions Thread (Rolling)

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.

A fortune teller. Good thread.

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Presumably whatever you Googled to find that picture.

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Ah I see. Yeah that makes sense.

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

I googled the American term.

What’s with the attitude?

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

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A pair of hands

What time is it?

Looks like a jpeg to me

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How long is a piece of string?

What’s the American term?

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

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Twice half it’s length.

=NOW()

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A cootie catcher.

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

Thanks.

ah, of course. Ta.

Spot the obvious error in the season labelling.

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

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

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