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  • 68 69
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 5:25pm

    Are we really resorting to puns TFLN? Really?

  • 56 50
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 6, 09 at 8:23am

    Yes! That means that the plural of Jesus is Jesi ... I win!

  • 61 61
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 8:22pm

    hahaha i thought it was funny.

  • 60 59
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 12:13pm

    10:20... 4th it. Epic fail

  • 53 48
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 11:28pm

    It's not a good pun if it doesn't make sense.

  • 61 70
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 11:48am

    HAHA Sandy clams are the worst!

  • 57 62
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 8:40am

    shoot yourself. in the face. now.

  • 42 41
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 14, 10 at 8:43pm

    Hahaha I love it!

  • 53 64
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 10:20am

    What a terrible joke. TFLN is really going downhill.

  • 48 58
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 10:44am

    10:20am.... i second that

  • 50 67
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 9:58pm

    Thank you, 10:20 and 5:25.

  • 49 73
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 5, 09 at 1:06pm

    that only applies ti words ending in us. i know cuz i have an ongoing game with my little sister thinking of words which have plurals ending in i: calculi, octopi, cacti, loci, foci, and so on.

  • 52 81
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 8, 09 at 2:21pm

    lighten up people and quit being so pretentious. It was a nice little joke. Just because it didn't include the words semen, cock, tits, fuck or threesome (which are probably 99% fabricated), doesn't mean it's not worthy. Get over yourselves and learn to laugh.

  • 39 61
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 28, 09 at 3:33am

    ACTUALLY! The REAL plural to octopus isn't octopi at all, it's actually octopodes because Octopus is a Greek word and the correct Greek ending is -podes. Over time we've ended up putting a -ti at the end which is in fact a Latin ending on a Greek word which doesn't make sense. Octo-podes (Eight-foot) literal translation. It doesn't matter generally what the word ends in that determines its plural ending, it's really the root of the word and the corresponding root ending. Yay linguistics!