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Super Pee Pee Poo Poo Bowl

Juvenalia vs Pedantry
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An Halfbakery idea wherein any halfbaker is welcome to post their support of and best effort at juvenalia and/or pedantry, as an annotation. After everyone has relieved themselves of their respective loads, the counts can be tallied and a winner declared of the "Super Pee Pee Poo Poo Bowl".

Juvenalia: includes scatology, lack of sense, fringe ideas, sounds like a spam bot

Pedantry: hyperfocus on punctuation, capitalization, rules, rationality and feasibility, piss, vinegar, and gratuitous mfding

JesusHChrist, Jan 23 2014

Do your own count and convince others that you've won... Halfbakery_20Poker
[normzone, Jan 26 2014]

Cannabis Bowl http://www.cannalaw...seahawks-v-broncos/
[JesusHChrist, Jan 26 2014]

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       The juvenalia description is more aligned with the metanotion of halfbaked, and pedantry seems the diametric opposite.   

       Ironically the pedant is being unpedantic when using pedantry on the halfbakery. The true pedant on the halfbakery is the juvenile.
rcarty, Jan 24 2014
  

       it could be like a hb dungeon where transgressors are hung up on the walls and dungeon masters fling mfds and pedantry
JesusHChrist, Jan 24 2014
  

       What [rcarty] said though, both ironically and pedantically, I feel compelled to clarify that "Ironically" is used in the metanotative sense.
FlyingToaster, Jan 24 2014
  

       //Ironically the pedant// should have a comma after Ironically.
pocmloc, Jan 24 2014
  

       Actually I think it should be enclosed in brackets of some kind.
FlyingToaster, Jan 24 2014
  

       I'm (un)sure you’re right.
pocmloc, Jan 24 2014
  

       //What [rcarty] said though// comma after said.
pocmloc, Jan 24 2014
  

       Unless, of course, the pedant was named Ironically by his or her parents.
UnaBubba, Jan 24 2014
  

       I changed my mind, [JHC]; I prefer your flapping flight fixation to the effluvial stream of unfunny potty humor.
Alterother, Jan 24 2014
  

       Actually ironic comes from the greek name Eiron.
rcarty, Jan 24 2014
  

       //named Ironically by his or her parents// In that case it should read: Ironically, the pedant, &c.
pocmloc, Jan 24 2014
  

       wheres tesla-? we need reinforcements
JesusHChrist, Jan 24 2014
  

       Where's Tesla? We need reinforcements.   

       Actually, "ironic" comes from the Greek name Eiron.
Voice, Jan 26 2014
  

       Are you sure it's not a laundry-specific piece of electronics?
pocmloc, Jan 26 2014
  

       Sounds more like a bidet.
UnaBubba, Jan 26 2014
  

       //Actually, "ironic" comes from the Greek name Eiron.//   

       Actually, it doesn't.   

       Also, sp. juvenilia.
pertinax, Jan 27 2014
  
      
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