- Fire 9m https://i.imgur.com/CF2ywFy.jpg
- Pavane 19m
- Selly 4s
- BCingyou 21s
- Atheran 2m
- maxxieway26 57m
- Melpothalia 8m That's Mrs. Broken Brain [Bottom Text] to you!
- JMo 35m I'm impotent man! Get away from me bitch!
- EhrgeizX 1h
- FairyBlue 4m
- FancyPenguin 1h
- Grey0 3m
- Baguette 2h ye boi
- Baron17 4h
- arm0r3r 56s
- Stelpher 1m
- jsmith225 28s
j Johnny 13h New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.
a Cerberus 46m Head Builder & GM when I need to
- SacredWest 7s
And 26 more hiding and/or disguised
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Help for 'mu'

mu /moo/

The correct answer to the classic trick question "Have you stopped beating your wife yet?". Assuming that you have no wife or you have never beaten your wife, the answer "yes" is wrong because it implies that you used to beat your wife and then stopped, but "no" is worse because it suggests that you have one and are still beating her. According to various Discordians and Douglas Hofstadter the correct answer is usually "mu", a Japanese word alleged to mean "Your question cannot be answered because it depends on incorrect assumptions". Hackers tend to be sensitive to logical inadequacies in language, and many have adopted this suggestion with enthusiasm. The word `mu' is actually from Chinese, meaning `nothing'; it is used in mainstream Japanese in that sense, but native speakers do not recognize the Discordian question-denying use. It almost certainly derives from overgeneralization of the answer in the following well-known Rinzei Zen koan:

A monk asked Joshu, "Does a dog have the Buddha nature?" Joshu retorted, "Mu!"

In Sindome speak, this generally means your question can not be answered because your question is incomplete OR it can not be answered because doing so would expose IC/OOC information that the administration has deemed unknowable by players.

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