Absolutely. How could you question such a fact? ;)
My friend Kyle and I are trying to get it to catch on in our school. We are planting the seeds in our AP Chemistry class.
haha I use this all the time as well, since I prefer not to curse. I love using it as kind of an inside joke among my nerdfighter friends as well tehe. It'd be kinda cool if it became a thing, though
Although, it should, I seriously doubt that it ever will become widely used. It's a sad reality.
The fact that it isn't a thing is a thing. That's the whole point.
while this is true of the Hectic Glow, i'm not sure that's the case with this one Sam
Well I guess the fact that even though it isn't a thing it isn't a thing because of that is a thing.
I think that it'll become a thing when it starts popping up more. I found myself thinking "jokes" instead of "cool" after I listened to So Jokes over and over. So if more nerdfighters make an effort to say it more, it'd become a natural thing (not having to think about saying it or making an effort). Only after it becomes a natural thing will it be a real, thing.
I use it on occasion when I'm in a situation where I can't swear. Like in front of customers at work. I've tried to integrate it into every day language like I have 'so jokes' but it's harder to make a thing.
Yeah, it'll happen; at least it aught to happen, I mean, c'mon. We're the Nerdfighters.
Soon... very soon.
well I consider it a thing. I say it all the time along with "oh my dead god" and "oh my Rowling"
I think the only reason it hasn't become more of a thing is because it's long. Maybe if we said FTL instead of French The Llama then it would catch on. I don't know if I really want it to, though. I like it being a nerdfighter thing.