Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

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25 Responses to Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.

  1. Try telling that to the 8 year old with the umbrella standing on the roof!

  2. doublebanker says:

    Better ask Mythbusters about this one!

    Check out my Daily Gif Blog when ya have a chance.

  3. Mike says:

    I was going to comment but maybe I won’t. Too late!

  4. Fuiru says:

    Take out everything that’s plausible and you know what you’re left with? Pac-Man.

    Hmm, this goes deeper than I thought.

  5. Stephen Maxwell says:

    But, but… anything is possible?

    Anything is possible!!!


  6. That’s me, in most situations… follow the plausible, let go of the merely possible.

  7. required says:

    Instead of being a pacman diagram, could this be a cake? Eat just one slice and you’ve a plausible excuse; eat the remaining majority and you’re probably screwed but possibly saved…

  8. DD2 says:

    this is what dreams are made of

  9. Dharmamama says:

    @msb – Ah, but the part they’ve labeled not resembling Pac-Man holds the key to what Pac-Man is; without the wedge, Pac-Man wouldn’t exist as we know him. All – the seen and unseen, the pie *and* the wedge – is Pac-Man.

  10. Dharmamama says:

    PLUS: Mmmmmm, pie.

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  12. ankita says:

    this is one of d most amazin blogs, i’ve ever come across.

  13. David says:

    It’s funny, I took the graph exactly the opposite way than what the title stated–there’s so much more that’s possible than we generally take as plausible, so try more things, not less!

  14. Susana says:

    man…i had no regretts of my doing until reading this comic…truly, graphics make it easy for the brain to understand…shit, I just fuck it all.,

  15. Orin says:

    We wrote a song a few years ago with this title!


  16. f.B says:

    I read it the “other way,” too.

  17. oturan says:

    hmm, according to the graph the plausible is impossible – and both are fractions of what? the real?

  18. Tina says:

    Shel Silverstein’s missing piece.

  19. radburtus says:

    at oturan:
    \brain melts… pools on floor… zombie slurps it up…
    \brain remelts… zombie wanders away…

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