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I’ve noticed that most of the stupidest things I’ve done in my life involve chainsaws and ladders.
Y’know, ‘mouse is a trusting sort, but even at that I’m not sure if I should believe everything everyone tells me out here on the ‘net—for example, just when I’m beginning to get used to the idea that Boot’s a female-person, I read the interview that claims she’s 78, with pink hair, and a ladder fetish.
The entity known as boot is certainly 78, has pink hair and is keen on ladders, however, the real woman that wears the boot is definitely not 78, has had hair coloured purple, red, orange, brown and so on (but never pink) and is only interested in ladders as a functional device… but who are you going to believe; a boot or a woman?
Removing the ladders from the board game Chutes and Ladders then attempting to play it alone leads to depression, weeping, and suicidal ideation…I’ve heard.
A gyroscope ladder would never tip over, reducing the number of idiots hurt each year.
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