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klaas4's avatar

What's the opposite of oppoite?

Asked by klaas4 (2186points) August 31st, 2007
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klaas4's avatar

Opposite it is…

nomtastic's avatar

same. equal. alike.

glial's avatar

Ding Ding Ding…we have a winner!

mirza's avatar

The Same (e.g. the opposite of the opposite of good:
=opposite X opposite of good
=Opposite X bad

segdeha's avatar

If the opposite of good is bad and the opposite of opposite is the same, is good the same as bad?

gailcalled's avatar

trig; adjacent.

Poser's avatar


mirza's avatar

@seqdeha i meant that the opposite of the opposite of good = good

segdeha's avatar

I was just making a funny. Guess it was “the same” as funny…

mirza's avatar

question? how to decipher between a serious comment and a “funny” comment?

glial's avatar

if ( $answer == Laughter ) {
echo “That must be funny”;
} else {
echo “That must be serious”;

gailcalled's avatar

@glial; please translate that answer for me.

segdeha's avatar

try {
} catch ($error) {
explainYourself($error, $joke);

segdeha's avatar

Sorry, gailcalled, we’re throwing around geekspeak in the form of programming idioms.

glial’s says: “If the answer leads to laughter, say ‘That must be funny.’, otherwise, say ‘That must be serious.’”

Mine says, “Try to make ‘em laugh with a joke. If that fails, explain yourself.”

Welcome to geek humor….

gailcalled's avatar

segheda: Watch out. I may pepper this thread w. French, Spanish, Latin and classical Greek ..greek humor, I guess. Thanks for the translation, BTW . (Are you ready for the onslaught of tourists at yr front door?)

Hrmmm; si hoc legere scis, nimium eruditionis habes.

hossman's avatar

Go, gailcalled. Show ‘em there were geeks long before computers showed up. Greek and Latin humor rules, or in my favorite variants to Julius Caesar:
Veni, Vidi, Cerebros consumpsi.
Veni, Vermini, Vomui.
Veni, Vici, Venerii.
Veni, Vidi, Castratavi illegitimus.
Veni, Vidi, Spurius brutus deitrum covi.

gailcalled's avatar

Oh, homins!

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