You mean like a humorous anecdote of an incedent involving fecal matter or excrements?Hurr Durr Derp said:But... what if I'm a toilet humor snob?
Is there even such a thing as a 14th level poop joke?
heh, considering Fry's innuendo packed style of humour, I can't believe I didn't spot myself writing that!Cousin_IT said:
We've a number of those people where I work. They've never solved anyone's problem.SenseOfTumour said:I think it's a common problem among techy/science types, that they spend a lot of time around their own kind, and forget that most people just don't live in that world, and why I wish more tech support depts would try hiring people who don't just know a lot about hardware, but are capable of talking about 'stuff' to regular people.
I'm so glad for that, so there is a scientific way of me telling people that Kotaku have a shit writing style.So I apologize if my writing makes no sense to those of you who only made it to 14th. Perhaps you might enjoy some writing about games at the 4th grade level?
And then he stuck it in her, and it was totally hot and then "take me" she said and he got on a Harley and rode into the sunset.and the over 2000 romance novels sold annually for $1.63 billion are written at the 5th grade level.
I'm going to contest this. By your very own definition I would seemingly be a snob. I'm easily able to read and interpret everything you wrote, and in fact regularly read scientific articles for college. I love Bach, Pachelbel, Mozart, Carl Maria von Weber, and many more themed "classical" artists. Yet I'm not entirely restricted to those things.Archon said:[...]To be a snob is to be a consumer only willing to consume content created at a high comprehension level.