Bad Answers, Cont.

Rick Rolled

I have no idea what the question was, but I know a rick-roll when I see one.

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9 Responses to Bad Answers, Cont.

  1. donnah says:

    Pretty damned clever, though!

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  2. I don’t care what anyone else says – Rick Astley is a LEGEND.

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  3. Dimitrios says:

    Okay, anything for fun, I always say, but what I really want to know is whatever happened with Niels Bohr?

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  4. Icis B says:

    My fellow rhetoric teachers discussed this over some drinks (after school). We agreed that, despite the no-paragraphs-at-all problem, the aimless wandering of the paper becomes aimful when you know its true purpose, form, and audience. Therefore it is a work of quantum rhetoric and receives an A and an F at the same time.

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  5. Karla says:

    I did not know the full breadth of the terms in the Urban Dictionary that are take-offs of Rick-Roll until I clicked on the link.
    This whole post has been a hoot.

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  6. purplehead says:

    Oh, now I see. Those yellow highlights did not show until I looked this morning. Before that, I read the whole damned non-paragraphed rambling text and had no idea what it, or this post, was talking about!

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