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May 15, 2006

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Need pick-up lines for human powered Laundromat. ... a friend of mine is starting a laundromat powered by stationary bicycles ... probably combined with coffeeshop, newstand, etc. It doesn't take much imagination to see how this combines many of the standard pick-up venues for urban 20-30-sumptin's. Rather than deny this, he's soliciting as many cheesy or not-so-cheesy pick-up lines that would play on the combination of suds and bikes ("Wanna go for a spin?"). Lame puns on tired cliches (eg. "looking for your Rinse Charming?") are welcome

Music for bondage

You are suspended in a large, hollow sphere. The inside of the sphere is perfectly mirrored. There is nothing else in the sphere, and all you carry is a flashlight. You turn the flashlight on. What do you see?

Mysteries of the Horizon with the Looney Tunes guys. (Note: As often happens there, the answer materializes 12 minutes later!)

Help me find the right sword to wear to my dad's wedding. Two things you should know about me:
1) I wear a kilt almost every day (for aesthetic reaons--I'm not especially Scottish)
2) My dad is getting married in a month, and I'm the best man

Arm wrestling and other obscure, pointless sports that actually has sponsors

Humming noises make me have to pee. Does this happen to anyone else?

I'm trying to sell my french horn. 'Somebody' compiled a list of random questions asked on January 10, 2006 to create a tiny web poem

Any other online resources like Ask.Metafilter, where one can post questions and expect answers of quality?

The Metafilter Compilation Album is a collection of musical recordings by members of Metafilter. The genre? A mix of
rock, pop, electronic, folk, blues, etc.

By the way, How did you discover MetaFilter?

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