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  chimocho  |  15

Why does nobody realise that 'grave' also means serious? Not grave as in where you put dead people? Never heard the phrase 'you are in grave danger'?

By  IdaLim  |  18

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  runnamuk  |  18

Uh yeah, it seems pretty obvious that #7 realizes that they have different meanings and that there is a lack of any etymological connection between "grave" and "gravy". They were simply trying to make a joke based on wordplay, which, incidentally, wasn't very funny.

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  kei1108  |  18

Hahaha! I love how everyone is getting so serious about "grave" and "gravy". There are at least four similar situations and they are all hilarious...

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  PrincessPesa  |  15

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  xStaciexLynnx  |  15

86- Yes 'nerds' pretty much created all technology and as a society we are EXTREMELY electronic based which yes, also mostly came from nerds. I also think part of being a nerd is 'bashing people's brains in with our superior intelligence'.

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  PrincessPesa  |  15

Societal standing concerns a lot more than technological advancements. What is a nerd, anyway? An underdog. A maverick. Not generally into bashing. Haven't you ever seen Revenge of the Nerds?

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  VitaLp  |  15

128 - I don't think a girl who wears sunglasses that unnecessarily large should be allowed to use the phrase "OUR superior intelligence." Also, being a nerd has a lot to do with social ineptitude and nothing to do with being a maverick. Seriously, where did you get that stuff? Just because you can use grammar doesn't mean you're right. You are not a nerd, you are a hipster.

By  runnamuk  |  27

Let's be honest though, this is a pretty awesome prank. Here is what you do: 1. Think of a good way to get them back. 2. Get some mashed potatoes for your hair.

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