Halfbakery: Seasonal: Predictions
blatantly idiotic predictions for 2008   (+3, -2)  [vote for, against]
for balance (sub capitalised of course)

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"You’ll have to take over the ritual on that one." - Ian Tindale.
-- po, Dec 27 2011

Since when was "sub-capitalized" a term for "perversely lacking in capitals"?
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 27 2011

Not that surprising, for a country rooted, firmly, in its past.
-- infidel, Dec 29 2011

Hm. I don't think this is an improvement over the gap.
-- jutta, Dec 29 2011

Neutrinos dated 2011 will suddenly, inexplicably show up.
-- RayfordSteele, Dec 29 2011

"sub capitalized" will enter the language, and within two or three years, will completely replace "lowercased." By 2012, it will receive the ultimate accolade of an entry in the OED.
-- mouseposture, Dec 29 2011

The Straits of Hormuz be closed, because of AIDS. In other news, a 2008 meme will be confused with current news
-- 4whom, Dec 29 2011

An African-American will be elected president of the United States of America. Mysogynists everywhere will breathe a huge sigh of relief that at least it's not a woman in the White House.
-- 8th of 7, Dec 29 2011

it is a tad easier 3 years on... but still hard to believe.
-- po, Dec 29 2011

-- MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 29 2011

and the use of Z's where there should be an S.
-- po, Dec 30 2011

//and the use of Z's where there should be an S.//

I'll stick to Oxford English; those who prefer their Ss are welcome to do so, but I remain unfased.
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 30 2011

thanks [po]. Someone had to do it!

The strength of women be recognized!
-- xandram, Dec 30 2011

Now nine should go missing because seven eight nine.
-- rcarty, Dec 31 2011

One, two, three, four, five,
Six, eight, nine, ten, eleven,
Oops, I missed seven.
-- infidel, Dec 31 2011

//The strength of women be recognized!//

I'm sorry, I have a terrible memory for strengths. {shuffles awkwardly, trying not to look oppressive}
-- pertinax, Dec 31 2011

The markets will soar to new heights, fueled by certainty and security of an ironclad banking system backed by rock-solid mortgages!
-- RayfordSteele, Dec 31 2011

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