July 15th, 2008


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Discussion (15)¬

  1. The Dark Ferret says:

    Perfectly stated as marriage ought to be. *nods head*

  2. Haven says:

    Ah Digger, romantic as always.

  3. Jon says:

    The look on Grim Eye’s face would’ve been PRICELESS.

  4. Kayru says:

    If we had to fill out forms before doing anything, I think the world would likely be a bit less messed up.

  5. Worgen says:

    Ive always thought you should have to take a written test to have kids

  6. MrWhipple says:

    Damn striaght Worgen!!

  7. Nifar says:

    At the very least, both you should be able to spell the kid’s name correctly, so we don’t end up with poor kids like Le-a. (“The dash don’t be silent”, to quote her mother.)

  8. Sammi says:

    Of course, wombats are practical enough that they probably have a brilliant education system designed to firmly teach each and every wombat the basics, even if some of them aren’t bright enough to progress much beyond that. Subcultural educational deficiencies and mutations of society at large’s conventional systems are highly impractical.

  9. slywlf says:

    ROFL! Now if only humans could learn to be that practical… riiight

  10. Trogdog says:

    In soviet Russia, reproductive form fills you. 😛

  11. BoardEntity says:

    Wombat society seems to be a big ugly bureaucracy. You guys talk like its great but have you ever tried to do anything with the government? 12 thousand years later requests to have a biweekly meeting to ratify decisions made by weekly elected leaders are considered.

    if you get the reference +1 something to you.

  12. Shadw21 says:

    I’m with Digger on the whole marriage thing, there should be a binding legal contract signed before entering into a marriage with anyone, hell you could even argue that there should be a contract between two people when they are dating.

  13. Ellemerr says:

    This part of the Wombat system would kill me. I *hate* forms. I would end up a murdering lunatic, shredding forms endlessly with foam dripping from my mouth. It would be an ink-bath.

  14. Silver Guardian says:

    Ironically, the “anarcho-syndicalist commune” was one of my favorite parts of Monty Python and the Holy Grail… and they weren’t elected weekly; rather they each took week-long shifts at it.

    …I suppose that “+1 something” is mine, now.

  15. TekServer says:

    Ah, wombat bureaucracy … also known as “getting in touch with your inner Vogonity.”