Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Half Games

It's You not Me, Maybe
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Sung to Foreigner's Head Games. Inspired by some recent idea titles and the tone thereof, with only slight word changes (as needed):

Daylight, alright
I don't know, I don't know if it's real
Been a long night and something ain't right
You won't bun, you won't bun this idea!

No time ever seems right
To talk about the reasons why you and I fight
It's high time to draw the line
Put an end to these bones, before it's too late

half games, it's you not me, maybe.
half games, and I can't take it anymore
half games, I don't wanna play the...
half games

theircompetitor, Jun 06 2013


       For some reason, possibly today's Dilbert comic, I am reminded of Schrödinger's Cat. If they ever wanted to rename this place, I might suggest "Shrödinger's Bakery". We could still imagine Ideas that are only half-there...and play games with only half the rules, and so on.
Vernon, Jun 06 2013

       I bunned!
xandram, Jun 06 2013

       The question [Vernon] is If you put an idea in a box that gives it almost unlimited possibility for actualization, does it stay an idea, become baked , or exist in an incomplete or partial state, and doing a later internet search and finding the idea collapses the indeterminancy?
rcarty, Jun 06 2013

       Obviously, you must conduct the experiment to find out!
Vernon, Jun 07 2013


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