Good for you, but I think you got some stuff mixed up there... Ragnarök is the end of days in Norse mythology. I guess you meant Valhalla, the Golden Halls across the rainbow bridge, but to my knowledge only heroes and mighty warriors gain entrance there to take part in the feast at Odin's table - and I doubt any of the award winners qualify as either, no?The DSM said:Thank you for removing your self from the gene pool.
Theres a cookie waiting for you in Ragnorak.
Yes I do belive in Norse mythology, its as valid as every other religion.
Leslie Nielson (sp?) also does it in scary movie 4, that scoundrel. (at around 0:57)Greg Tito said:Fixed, thanks for the tip, Belgian friend.Chaossebba said:im so proud to live in Belgium.
(btw i think the town name was "Dinant" not Dinat D
Do you ever get mad when Zaphod Beeblebrox used your country as an expletive?
Huzzah to that!Distorted Stu said:Making society better one idiot at a time.
I have 3 of the books (there might be more now) but they make great "crapper reads"orangebandguy said:Aah I love these awards. Always a hoot.
I hate people, and I REALLY hate stupid ones. The less stupid people there the less likely there will be more and then I or my children won't have to deal with them.DestroytheTyrant said:
Thanks again, Jack Thompson!DestroytheTyrant said:
What? How is he Jack Thompson for thinking that?DC1 said:Thanks again, Jack Thompson!DestroytheTyrant said:
No, we all just hope that the kid didn't inherit the "stupid" genes from the Darwin-worthy parent. Any future offspring would still have a chance to inherit the "stupid" gene, though - so a Darwin award is still valid if the Darwin recipient has already had children.AfterAscon said:I've always been curious if the deceased have already passed on their genes, do people go around and elimante the kids to ensure it never happens again...