September 8th, 2007


galleon_lore instates a new method of measurement

Tired of people never knowing how to answer when asked "How pissed are you?", I have devised the following system:

The standard unit of anger is now called an Irk.
Three Irks make a Grr.
Ten Grrs is the amount of anger necessary to cause a violent outburst.

There. Now, when somebody asks, "How pissed are you?", people will be able to quantify their response.
"Two Grrs and an Irk," they'll be able to say. Or "Nine Grrs. Don't push me."

Context has declared himself a genius.