"People say my eyes are blue, but they're not. I say they're blue-grey, but they also have a slight green tint to them. As far as eyesight, well I'm extremely near-sighted. I think my prescription is about -4.25 in both eyes."
"Try wishing deliberately for something that will screw you over. For example, "I wish for $1,000,000 BUT it has to be ina chest that I can never open, and it has to be insurance money from one of my relatives who has just died tragically."…"
"I second the pet dragon.
If not, and if you want to avoid messing with stats through the wish, I would wish for something like a book that, when needed, can always give accurate, helpful, specific advice on any situation at hand, making sure to…"
"In my opinion if you don't make your DM regret ever giving you a wish, you made the wrong wish. Are there any limits on what you can wish for? If not you should try to change the world in some way. Like have the moon crash into the earth. Or…"
As many nerds do, I play D&D. After our last night playing we were able to wish for anything from some magic wizard type guy (I'm not sure exactly what he is.) He's granting us each one wish. As it is with D&D, if I'm not extremely specific in my wording, the DM will find a way for it to backfire--horribly.So, what should I wish for? I have no idea what to ask for, but figured that if anybody could help me it would fellow Nerdfighters.My character is a level 21 Human Monk,…See More
Oh, so many....
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader,
The Hound in the Left-Hand Corner,
My Family and Other Animals,
And so many more!
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
The crazy hat that made, I even made it before I knew about B2.0
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
When did you start watching the Vlogbrothers?
What Type of Nerdfighter are You?
Your Result: You are a Writing-type Nerdfighter
Whether it's poetry, stories, or comic books, you like to put things down on paper. Writing means a lot to you. It's how you express yourself. You've also probably read one...or both of John's books :)
I made this video for a school health project. All of the actors are friends/classmates of mine at Golden Eagle Charter School. All of them are EXTREMELY awesome people. Thanks guys.
In order of appearance: Alex, Lanee, Kassie, Amanda, and Micah. The person who "dies" from sticking two butter knives in an electrical socket is David. DON'T EVERY STICK BUTTER KNIVES IN ELECTRICAL SOCKETS! David didn't actually, and neither should you!
Evolution does take request!
It's only a pound and a half! I'll admit that it doesn't really look like an elephant, but evolution was working on short notice considering it's normal speed. I think that it's the power of nerdfighter's at work once again. Nerdfighters!
I doubt we will on everything. In fact, I think certain incompleteness theorems may show that we cannot know it in certain realms of logic. On the matter of the physical world, I think all knowledge will remain tentative, as that's how science works. However, we can certainly hope for some unexpected paradigm shift that invalidates these epistemological limitations.