[Quantum theory] ITT we send the next poster to a parallel universe and they tell us about it [go] (468)

1 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-6377 17:30

>>2 what is the parallel universe when the Sega Master System/Sega Mark III far more popular than the Nintendo NES/Famicom?

301 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7063 17:38

>>300 Programming is deemed financially indefeasible. Resources are shifted to computational dolphin training. Dolphin trainers are paid programmers salaries and the googleplex is an underwater compound in San Francisco bay.

>>302 What's it like in a world where computers are interfaced using usb mittens and hdmi earmuffs.

302 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7064 01:24

>>301 USB mittens are like NES powergloves making simple computer tasks complex. If it wasn't for commands from HDMI earmuffs, computing would be almost impossible

>>303 What is it like in the parallel universe where Pinyin is the only form of written language.

303 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7192 18:01

>>302 Getting the news is a pain because newspaper printing presses take 3 months to publish a new paper.

>>304 What is it like in the parallel universe where Japan never existed?

304 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7192 18:13

>>303 A lot less eastern involvement in WW2, CKS was able to focus 100% of his efforts on exterminating Mao, Taiwan and China are a unified country, and the Korean war never happened so South Korea and Best Korea are still a unified country.

>>305 What's it like in a universe where there are two Japans?

305 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7193 16:43

>>304 The USA lost WWII in that universe because of the combined industrial and military strength, so everybody in the USA does what Japan tells them to do. The movie business is completely different, featuring lots and anime, super sentai, and kaiju. Also, softcore porn doesn't exist, only extremely perverted or animated porn exists.

However, due to the low birth rate, most people of Japan and the USA face extinction in the year 2060.

306 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7193 21:35

>>305
It's cold and empty in that non-existent universe.

>>307, what's it like in a universe where life formed and developed on Mercury instead of Earth?

307 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7195 03:14

>>306 Everybody breathes in sulfur dioxide and exhales pure oxygen.

>>306 What is it like in the parallel universe where all humans have 3 eyes?

308 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7195 08:26

>>307
We can see in four dimensions perfectly well.

>>308
What's it like in the fifth dimension?

309 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7195 22:13

(NB: humans with three eyes would struggle to process visual data and wouldn't probably have intellectual capacity required to invent computers or the Internet)

>>308
It's quite boring actually. Almost all entertainment is two- and three-dimensional anyway.

>>310
Did you know that your eyes see the world upside down, but your brain learned to adjust for this when you were flailing your arms around and missing toys all the time in a humiliating and hilarious way as a baby? Doesn't it make you want to wear a pair of reversing glasses? (Which is rather futile, because your brain would adapt in a course of a week)

310 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7195 23:12

>>309 People figure out how to stay withing the rules of the thread.

>>311 What is it like in the parallel universe where everybody has a perfect understanding of geography?

311 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7196 17:06

(NB: >>309 was so excited to share his knowledge that he mistook this thread for "solve the question" thread)

>>310
The world is policed by Great Britain.

>>312
What is it like in a world where people use the undecimal (base-11) system?

312 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7196 17:09

>>311
People had 11 fingers

>>313
What's it like in the parallel universe where the earth is shaped like a Christmas tree?

313 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7197 02:30

>>312 The part of the tree you live in determines the gravity. That means you have a huge choice in how much gravity you have!

>>314 What is it like in the parallel universe where all comic book characters have equal fame?

314 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7206 01:19

>>313 Great comic book characters such as "Corn Cobb Man" get too much attention.

>>315 What is it like in the parallel universe where the laws of physics are the same as the physics in that "Big rigs over the road racing" PC game?

315 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7211 01:42

>>314 People joke about the physics of Gran Turismo games.

>>316 What is it like in the parallel universe where everyone has both a penis and a vagina?

316 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7211 15:02

>>315
People are generally friendlier to each other because a need for intimacy and intercourse is lesser.

>>317
What is it like in the parallel universe where Hitler and the Nazis moved to Arctic/Antarctic, and by this moment they built huge and prosperous bases under the ice?

317 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7211 15:47

>>316
A few generations after Hitler and all his right-hand-men died off, the anti-semetic aspects of nazism were abandoned and only the desire to rebuild Germany into a great and prosperous land of peace remained. However, Germany had, by this time, abandoned the bases, so they declared independence. The Arctic base actually eventually was annexed by Canada due to some difficulties in surviving on its own and is now just a research facility. The Antarctic base, however, became the capitol city of the National Socialist Republic of New Germany, which was a major player in the Cold War but collapsed in the early 80's. It has since become the Democratic Republic of Antarctica, a tentative ally of the United States and a major importer of its popular culture.

>>318
What's it like in the universe where Rl'yeh rose from the sea and it turned out that the Elder Gods were actually pretty chill dudes?

318 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7211 16:22

>>317
Mahiro can get with Nyaruko without fear, bitter nerds riot and Xebec is firebombed. In response the studio puts the characters of all their anime through traumatic experiences and makes subtle jabs at otaku.

>>319
Whats it like in a world where people throw susbstandard babies into pits a la 300
?

319 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7211 16:38

>>318
Every pit looks and smells terrible. But everyone is strong, beautiful and happy. The planet is not overpopulated, and there is not a single social, environmental nor humanitarian problem in the world. As long as vile baby-eating creatures from those pits are well fed...

>>320
What's it like in a world populated by boffins?

320 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7213 00:50

>>319
It's pretty normal, except people with unfulfilling jobs are more unhappy about it than usual. Oh, and hoverboards are a thing, but nobody is sporty enough to use them properly.

>>321
What's it like in the world where age is inversely proportional to intelligence?

321 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7213 03:15

>>320 It is much like or world, except all people get Alzheimer's disease, and it happens at an earlier age.

>>322 What is it like in the alternative universe where once people reach the age of 12, they stop again, but still typically die in the 70s?

322 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7213 04:02

>>321 Widespread fear of cooties keeps people from having children, and boys and girls really don't like each other much anyway, so the human race is rapidly dying out.

>>323 What is it like in the alternative universe where people have four thumbs and one finger per hand?

323 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7213 13:04

>>322 People can more accurately show their rating of movies. A scale of 0-8 is much better than a scale of 0-2

>>234 What is it like in the parallel universe where every sentence is a funny joke?

324 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7213 16:24

>>323 HAHAHAHA. Heh heh. Oh man...

>>325 What's it like in the universe where the existence of an afterlife has been proved?

325 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7213 17:49

>>324
Nobody really has any clue how to make sure they get there. So far, the only confirmed residents of the afterlife we found we Genghis Khan, John F. Kennedy, Adolf Hitler, Rosa Parks, and three guys who died back in prehistory when they were eaten by a swarm of very hungry birds.

>>326
What's it like in the universe where the speed of the human body matches the speed of the human mind?

326 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7219 21:33

>>325
People crash at the speeds exceeding 300 km/h and die. The worst are head-on collisions with delta-v of over 600 km/h. However, surviving humans evolutionary adapted to it, so their bodies are much sturdier, and vestibular system is much better developed.

>>327
What's it like in the parallel universe where everyone is sugoooi and suki dayo, and all animals are kawaiiiii?

327 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7225 16:53

>>326 Most men a Yaoi

>>328 What is it like in the parallel universe where everyone is a Swede?

328 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7225 18:47

>>327 Åh, det är jätte lustig!

>>329 What's it like in the universe where disco never died?

329 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7225 19:17

>>328 I used to work at a disco ball factory for 40 years and retired recently. I earned plenty of money because people can't seem to have enough disco balls.

>>330 What is it like in the universe where the 1980s lived on for a few more decades?

330 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7225 19:54

>>329 Usenet isn't full of idiots yet.

>>331 What's it like in the universe where anime is popular in the Western world?

331 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7225 23:03

>>330 Japan is full of tourists all year round, and most people who go there speak a little bit of the language to get by. Westerners go to the Tokyo tower with as much enthusiasm as Japanese people who go to Disneyworld Orlando.

Unfortunately, the whole world is also infested with annoying fangirls and fanboys. Fanboys drive itasha cars like Initial D wannabes and Fangirls go to gay bars where Russians and Germans have gay sex.

>>332 What is it like where Confucius never existed?

332 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7295 23:47

>>331 Chinese people quote Mao even more often

>>333 What is it linke in the parallel universe where all toilets flush with oil instead of water?

333 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7295 23:54

>>332
Some people from the opposition think it's a stupid idea and we vote for the anti toilet oil party. They're a right-center party.

>>334
What is it like in the parallel universe where western forums never stood a chance again VIP QUALITY, BBS and imageboards?

334 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7297 00:20

>>333 All computers ship with mona font and everybody knows how to make their owm mona.

>>335 What is it like in the parallel universe where Fluttershy says "yay" at 100 decibels?

335 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7297 01:40

>>334
I don't know

>>336
What's it like in a universe where goldfish can live in bottled of ice water for over two years and ice never melts if it's stored in dark conditions?

336 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7297 12:39

>>335
Al Gore saved the world, and nobody died ever after.

>>337
What's it like in the parallel universe where every adult is issued a gun and a permit to kill one (and only one) person in their lifetime?

337 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7297 14:58

>>336
There is one very lonely person left.

>>338
What is it like in a parallel universe where we all love you very very much and want you to wake up from this fantasy.

338 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7298 04:18

>>337

I don't know what you're talking about. Everything is fine, even though it sometimes doesn't make sense. Everything is fine.

>>339

Tell me about the world in which the second theory of thermodynamics may be broken.

339 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7298 09:24

>>338
According to Landau, the second law of thermodynamics is not applicable to the universe itself. But here on Earth, I'm about to marry a beautiful steam-powered lady automaton.

>>340
What's it like in a parallel universe where 340 is considered EVIIIL because of some ridiculous religious text that everyone takes seriously?

340 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7298 23:01

>>339 Iron Maiden's song about 340 is their greatest song in that universe.

>>341 What is it like in the parallel universe where the word "Penisdump" is common?

341 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7299 17:14

>>340
Nobody holds a very high opinion of pens.

>>342
How are things in the parallel universe where sticks and stones cannot break bones, but words can really hurt you?

342 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7299 17:34

>>341
Rap battles are the preferred method of dueling to the death.

>>343
What's it like in the parallel universe where J.R.R. Tolkien wrote science fiction instead of fantasy?

343 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7306 00:25

>>342
Ugh, Peter Jackson really skimped on the CGI in the part where Samwise and F.R.O.D.O. are inside the reactor of Station Doom. And don't even get me started on the whole "Aragorn and Hiryu are the same person" thing.

>>344
What's it like in the universe where ice is more dense than water?

344 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7306 00:32

>>343
( ) Drinking a glass of liquid with ice in it isn't annoying anymore since the ice doesn't float up to your lips and block the liquid!

>>345
What's it like in the universe where the average bug is the size of a small dog?

345 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7306 02:38

>>344 Getting a bee sting is instant death

>>346 What is it like in the parallel universe where everybody is high on drugs, and drugs bring everyone back to average?

346 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7306 03:47

>>345 I had to come back to this universe to answer, as they're all still up in the trees, high as kites.

>>347 What's it like in the parallel universe where Frank Zappa is still alive and kickin'?

347 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7306 04:42

>>346
As his albums got shittier and shittier over the years, he'd just be seen as a washed up old hack only relevant because of his former glory.

>>348
What's it like in the intersecting universe?

348 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7316 00:10

>>347
The world's religions mostly worship parallel lines.

>>349
What's it like in the universe where 4-ch is as big as facebook?

349 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7316 00:17

>>348
There's only 10 people left on earth. 4 of them don't have computers.

>>350
What's it like in the universe where Chevrolet builds high quality supercars?

350 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7316 00:48

>>349
I would have never made fun of my friend for his choice to get a Cruze

>>351
What's it like in the universe where closets lead to a separate monster universe?

351 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7415 21:30

>>350 People lose their fear of monsters.

>>352 What is it like in the parallel universe where M.C.Hammer was replaced with M.C.Crowbar

352 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7416 01:13

>>351
Instead of "Hammer Time" jokes when players of fantasy games break out the war hammer, Half-Life players make "Crowbar Time" jokes.

353 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7416 01:15

derp. I forgot the question.

>>354
What's it like in the parallel universe where YouTube Poop runs on cable TV?

354 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7416 01:45

>>353
Popular schoolkids run around shouting PINGAS, the average workplace water cooler conversation consists of "Hey did you see the PINGAS last night?", awards are given for PINGAS, and laugh-track sitcoms have only a small cult following on the internet.

>>355
What's it like in the parallel universe where sex is not pleasurable and people reproduce artificially?

355 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7416 02:26

>>354
The lack of obsession with sex means that people devote their energies to other pursuits and are overall more productive, and the lack of surprise unwanted children means that they're on the whole wealthier and more well-adjusted.

>>356
What's it like in the parallel universe where men die after ejaculating?

356 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7416 05:45

>>355
Well, according to Wikipedia, one sperm sample on average gives rise to 0.1–0.6 children, so at that rate the human race would just die out before it even began. But for the sake of this thought experiment, let's assume humanity has found another way to procreate.

The most wealthy countries simply give all males surgery to prevent ejaculating at birth. In other countries men are taught to practice orgasm denial at a young age. And in some places, fundamentalists build a religion that completely prohibits horniness and porn. Real male sperm is a very rare commodity found only on the black market. Men are often considered the "weaker" sex.

>>357
What's it like in the parallel universe where humans must drink sperm every day to survive?

357 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7416 16:01

>>356 The world's most expensive bank robbery happened at a sperm bank.

>>358 What is it like in the parallel universe where all message boards have a minimum of 100,000GET?

358 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7419 18:56

>>357 The mythical 2GET is sought after but never acheived. 100,002GET just isn't the same.

>>359 What's it like in the parallel universe where the existance of parellel universes, such as this one, have been proven beyond all doubt to be purely fantastical conjecture.

359 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-7480 20:11

Oh, man, I just had the weirdest dream. Some guy named "Mister 358" was asking me questions, but they, like, didn't make sense. The questions were in English, but they were just... unparseable somehow, y'know?

>>360
Publicly describing all-encompassingly linguistic nounlessly communicating?

360 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7542 17:06

>>359
It's ok, I guess.

>>361
What's it like in the parallel universe where all forms of payment are made using cryptocurrencies?

361 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7543 07:09

>>360 A percentage of the stuff bought with cryptocurrency is taken as tax, rather than the taxation system in your universe. In both our universes there are dirty tricks that help certain people pay less in tax than they should.

>>362 What is it like in the parallel universe where Ron Paul won one presidential election?

362 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7543 14:01

>>361 Everyone complains about Ron Paul instead of whoever he was running against. Nothing else is different.

>>363 What's it like in a parallel universe where Renge Miyauchi is the dictator of America?

363 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7543 17:19

>>362 There's an underground movement centered around a book called The Grasshopper Lies Heavy, but it's not very strong because they don't mind.

>>364 What's it like in the parallel universe where the number after 3 is written '9', and the number after 8 is written '4'?

364 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7543 17:47

>>363 dumb YouTubers post "3spooky10me" instead of "3spooky5me" on creepypasta narration videos.

>>365 what's it like in the parallel universe where neanderthals survived instead of homo sapiens?

365 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7544 01:39

>>364 due to larger crainial capacity, Homo neanderthalensis are more advanced than us. As such, eternal september started in 1992.

>>366 what's it like in the parallel universe where I had a better idea for an parallel universe?

366 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7544 02:07

>>365 We are non-parallel and nonpareil.

>>367 What's it like in the universe where stings from bees, wasps and hornets are different types of good power-ups?

367 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7544 06:45

>>366 Beehives are a resource only the rich can afford, giving powers equal to those of superheros. They throw expensive hive-beating parties as a sign of status. Hornets are the common man power-up, the kind of thing you get after a long day of work. At most you'll be an Aquaman. Wasps are the poor people power up, they give bullshit powers like the power to turn wine into water.

>>368 What's it like in the universe where presidential candidates are required to be philosophy majors?

368 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7544 13:12

>>367
They're just as full of bullshit, just now it's bullshit about things like do we actually exist, and what does all this "really MEAN". Maybe we shoulda taught them something useful instead of head games.

>>369
What's it like in the universe where presidential candidates are required to be economics majors?

369 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7544 13:56

>>368 You have some who majored in Keynesian economics and some who majored in Austrian economics. It doesn't help because some switch sides whenever they feel like it.

>>370 What is it like in the parallel universe where the only people who borrow money for college are there for STEM or medical fields?

370 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7578 04:55

>>369
Thousands of brilliant thinkers and artists never go to the college because they can't afford it. The lack of diversity and creativity in society leads to stagnation and there is virtually no progress, especially as scientists in debt viciously backstab each other for research grants. The gap between the rich and poor grows even wider. All the artists decide to make their own society somewhere else, but that fails too because they have no scientists to support them.

>>371
What's it like in the universe where the logical statement "If A is C and B is C, then A is B" is true? (e.g. "All cats die. Socrates died. Therefore Socrates is a cat.")

371 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7578 08:04

>>370
Law and philosophy students graduate after six months; in general, more things are true for some reason and it's harder to have arguments with people. I'm also posting from a box full of paperclips and elastic bands held together by cheese, since computation as you know it is pure fantasy here.

>>372
What's it like in the parallel universe where the Allied countries didn't occupy Japan for the six years immediately following WWII?

372 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7605 21:08

>>371
Well, that particular timeline diverged when the American atomic bomb project failed. So without a superweapon to end the war, the Japanese never officially surrendereed, though eventually their government and society collapsed. The Americans, and eventually the British and Russians, just kept mass-firebombing Japanese cities for years after 1945. They were running out of targets and bombing rural small villages by 1948 or so. Over 80% of Japan's civilian population died.

In 1952 the USSR pulled its occupying armies from what would have become North Korea for an invasion of Japan which experienced only modest resistance. They annexed the islands, and over the next generation tried to recreate Japanese society in their own image.

The Japanese Soviet Socialist Republic declared independence after the USSR collapsed in 1991, and is now this world's version of North Korea--isolated, backwards, run by a paranoid and ruthless personality-cult dictatorship whose official ideology is "Autarukiimarukusu shugi," or "Self-Sufficient Marxism." Japanese refugees give horrifying accounts of famine and brutality when they reach Korea or Taiwan.

There was never a North Korea in this timeline; the Korean peninsula is a unified, highly industrialized nation with its capital at Inchon, and every decade or so there is a fad for Korean cuisine in the English-speaking world.

>>373
What's it like in the parallel universe where time travelers from the 22nd Century accidentally ended up in 1969 and became advisors to the Nixon Administration?

373 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7606 08:05

>>372
Their first action was to attempt to speed humanity's exodus from the cradle of Earth. Given three weeks, they were able to deliver NASA a refresher course in historic rocketry that advanced the Apollo program by decades, and which resulted in a greatly advanced lunar landing that year, fulfilling a certain promise which had been laughably unkept in their home timeline. They could do no more, the necessary futher steps being known only as footnotes in high school physics textbooks of the future.

Unfortunately, the travelers' attempts at rectifying social problems were less well-received. A few wars were averted, but arguably worse actions were taken, and the unified world government remains (at least, so it appears) in the dim recesses of the mid 22nd Century. Even worse(?), Nixon severely underestimated how quickly the future would change and took took too many political risks for his legacy's sake - risks that his advisors were helpless to protect him from.

Furthermore, by giving space travel an unexpected kickstart, the travelers unintentionally removed parts of the vital learning process, stunting future growth. Combined with an altered political climate, technological focus quickly shifted into silicon and information systems. Instead of a 21st century with silver-finned rockets and a deadly Martian frontier, the travelers lived to see a world of interwoven fiberoptic cables and ubiquitous computer systems.

>>374
What's it like in a parallel universe where, in the mid 1970s, humanity decided that the peak of fashion had been reached, and that there was no point in ever changing it significantly?

374 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7606 08:17

>>373
Polyester leisure suits. Polyester leisure suits, EVERYWHERE.

>>375
What's it like in the parallel universe where early humans domesticated skunks, weasels, and ferrets, but never domesticated dogs or cats?

375 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7607 10:50

>>374
We are eagerly awaiting genetically engineered weasel-girls.

>>376
What's it like in the parallel universe where everyone is tone deaf?

376 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7607 19:12

>>375 Rhythm based videogames are really boring because you push only one button at certain intervals.

>>377 What is it like in the parallel universe where rabbits reproduce slowly, and elephants reproduce quickly?

377 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7609 02:00

>>376
I'd tell you, but I can't get to a computer through the vast mountains of elephant shit everywhere.

>>378
What's it like in the parallel universe where Benito Mussolini and Italy remained neutral in World War II then joined the Allies in 1944, when they were sure they'd be on the winning side?

378 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7609 02:03

>>376
Elephant shit. Elephant shit, everywhere.

>>378
What's it like in the parallel universe where Benito Mussolini and Italy remained neutral in World War II until 1944, then joined the Allies, once they were sure of being on the winning side?

379 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7609 02:33

>>378
sorry guise. the first time I clicked on "reply" I got an error message saying the verification captcha was incorrect. ;_;

380 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7629 09:10

>>377, >>378, in museums you can see propaganda posters with Mussolini's pop-eyed, unshaven face, with the caption "THIS MAN IS YOUR FRIEND, HE FIGHTS FOR FREEDOM," produced by the UK's Ministry of Propaganda. George Orwell is an unknown there, having committed suicide in 1945 after being forced to write that poster.

>>381, what's it like in the universe where 4chan's code works properly and problems such as that experienced by >>377/>>378/>>379 are avoided?

381 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7642 08:52

>>380
The main difference is that M♥♥t didn't pull the plug on the 4chan text boards.

>>382, what is it like in the parallel universe where, about half a million years ago, humans, because they use K-type reproductive strategies, strategies were displaced by lower primates and fast-breeding small shrew-like carnivores that used r-type reproductive strategies?

382 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7642 22:15

>>381
Super R-Type

>>383
What's it like in a world where all of Africa is full of big bugs?

383 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7643 14:54

>>382
Starvation in Africa isn't an issue there thanks to big bug based cuisine, so long as the bugs don't eat you first.

>>384
What's it like in the world where our genitals are on our faces and we eat via the crotch region?

384 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7643 15:46

>>383
Funny sloppy soup eat

>>385
What's it like in a world where everything is damp?

385 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7654 06:54

>>384
We need to clean things with wet cloths.

>>386
What's it like in the world where all the trains run on thyme (and other spices)?

386 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7665 20:06

>>385 Thailand and Mexico have the fastest trains

>>387 What is it like in the parallel universe where Bowser kidnaps Chun Li?

387 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7665 21:56

>>386 Bowser's got a lot of bruises, and Mario just does his plumbing job.

>>388 What's it like in the world where all roads are gravel?

388 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7789 04:35

>>387
The urbanisation is mindboggling. People live in huge skyscrapers that grow around large railroad hubs. They combine business, market and living districts. The majority of population is between the hammer and the anvil, that being railroad tycoons and farmers. Some people die without ever stepping outside.
Roads to these cities are mostly used by villagers who choose sturdy and easy to repair vehicles. They are filthy rich, nonetheless, without them big cities would descend into disorder and rule of the strongest within days.
Railroad is the fastest way of travelling, but an incredibly costly one - maintenance and greed taking their toll. There is a railroad lobby that assures monopoly by campaigning about the dangers of oxidane or thwarting development of flying machines behind the scenes. And inability to make even a single good landing strip isn't helping it to grow beyond small agricultural aviation.

>>389
What is it like in the universe where love blooms on a battlefield?

389 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7789 09:14

>>388
Adolf Hitler is considered the sexiest man in history, alongside Napoleon and Alexander of Macedon.

>>399 What is it like in the universe where shorts are called pants and pants are called longs?

390 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8125 20:35

>>391 While we're waiting for >>399 to arrive, please tell us, what's it like in the universe where .com isn't a top level domain?

391 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8126 00:24

>>390 Glorious .co.kr is greatest!

>>392 What is it like in the parallel universe where Touhou had its own anime back in 2006. What company animated it? how many seasons did it have? can I have some other statistics.

392 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8126 04:09

This THREAD must be interrupted right now. The greatest is and will always be .wpk.kp, the brilliant revolutionary gift from the Eternal General Secretary's unlimited wisdom‼

>>391
Gonzo did it. It flopped mid-season. It caused massive riots because fans wouldn't stand for such an impure fan-service-filled display of their favourite characters, and the general populace didn't understand it and wrote it off as some porn that took forever to get to the action. The chaos caused by this anime resulted in a few assaults, one murder, at least one arson and countless broken windows and overturned cars.

ZUN was accused of becoming a sell-out. He had to give a sincere apology and work extra hard on the next instalment in order to restore faith in him. This eagerly-awaited game still hasn't been released to this day. Rumours are that ZUN have been seen in bars all over Japan often in contradicting, physically impossible times. It's a mystery!

>>393
What is it like in the parallel universe where everyone speaks with unique kyara-gobi?

393 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8126 07:50

>>392
There are seven billion people in the world, so you'd think that it takes everyone hours to finish a single sentence, but since there are so many different syllables in commonly-spoken languages we can uniquely identify everyone in three syllables-degeso!

>>394
What's it like in a world where the people prefer hexagonal lcd displays to rectangular ones?

394 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8126 17:51

>>393 When someone uses a multiple monitor setup, it looks like a bee hive.

>>395 What is it like in the parallel universe where cute is not justice?

395 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8127 21:23

>>394
Batman has a very weak jawline.

>>396
What's it like in the universe where radio dramas never died?

396 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8128 08:56

>>395
Blind people have the time of their lives, nobody cares about the deaf anyway.
>>397
What's it like in the universe where torrents can travel through time?

397 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8132 21:28

>>396 you can get pictures of someone who is of legal age before they reach that age. However, terrible things happen when they torrent pictures of themselves. People who don't like what they see then decide to change what they do in the future. Each change results in previous files getting deleted and rewritten. No computer can handle that much change in data.

>>398 What is it like in the parallel universe where entering and exiting pipes Mario-style is the #1 way to travel long distances?

398 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8637 04:54

>>397
TV Funhouse is considered a religious documentary and Hojo is God's One True Prophet.

>>399
What is it like in the universe where the only thing you can trust people to do is be untrustworthy?

399 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8637 10:02

>>389,398
In short, agreements on dress code are a mess.

>>400
What's it like in the universe where everyone types using mittens?

400 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-8637 10:12

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