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phoenyx's avatar

How many flutherers does it take to change a lightbulb?

Asked by phoenyx (7385points) June 6th, 2009
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eponymoushipster's avatar

all of them.

1 to change the lightbulb, and the rest to give their views on whether or not the lightbulb exists, is it better than natural light and why doesn’t lightbulb like them, despite it’s insistence that it’s “in” to them.

Blondesjon's avatar

None. You can debate back and forth until you’re blue in the face but the lightbulb is not going to change.

The_Compassionate_Heretic's avatar

Lightbulb removed by Fluther moderators

Judi's avatar

The real question is, how many jellies will get shocked trying to change a lightbulb under water?!

Judi's avatar

edited by me: sorry, answers keep duplicating for some reason today

mattbrowne's avatar

I think some support questions are asked because of the need to get in touch with other human beings on the web. We are after all social creatures.

Dog's avatar

One flutherite to post the dead lightbulb.
Four or five more to flag the lightbulb. One mod to remove the dead lightbulb and one troll to put up a new one.

filmfann's avatar

Writes amusing, but completely unrelevant lightbulb story.

eponymoushipster's avatar

some trolls might ask why the dark lightbulb gets all the attention.~

Lightlyseared's avatar

Do we really need to change the lightbulb? Can’t we just learn to love it the way it is.

Kiev749's avatar

some to ask why it is a white light, yellow light, LED, eco friendly, OLED and then time to debate the pros and con’s of all the possible things we could have put in the socket. and someone to make a sexual innuendo.

Blondesjon's avatar

@Kiev749 . . .heh heh…socket

Jeruba's avatar

Is it Bendrew’s lightbulb? If so, leave it alone. They will change it when they get to it, assuming they agree that there’s something wrong with it.

Likeradar's avatar

If you don’t like a burned-out lightbulb, you can leave. No one is making you stay. Would I go into your home and change lightbulbs?

filmfann's avatar

Are you sure the lightbulb is burned out? Have you checked the switch, the fusebox, and the meter? Maybe you’ve gone blind! Do you take the correct amounts of Vitamin B and C?

whatthefluther's avatar

And what do you propose we change this light bulb into? A Christian?! See ya…wtf

marcosthecuban's avatar

one. but, the first answers the question, the second clairifies the real issues involved, the third responds to that, then the 4th and 5th get into an argument, then everybody else chimes in on the argument.

essieness's avatar

Has nothing witty to say, but laughing in the background at my fellow jellies’ outstanding wit.

jlm11f's avatar

Aww is it lightbulb changing time again? We need to start investing in more energy efficient lightbulbs.

Also, for your amusement.

cyn's avatar

I’m guessing no one want to change a lightbulb…

Lupin's avatar

Here’s the link that shows how to change a Lexus tailight bulb . You can do it yourself and save $50.

Strauss's avatar

Only one. But it takes a loooooooong time and the light bulb really has to want to change.

No, wait! that’s psychiatrists!

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