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Matthew Inman (a.k.a. "The Oatmeal") is a Web designer and developer from Seattle, Washington. He has been designing Web sites since the age of 13 and is a seasoned programmer, systems administrator, and online marketer. Matthew launched theoatmeal.com in 2009.

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Oracle, how do I live forever?

Oracle, how do I live forever?

A collaboration with James Miller of A Small Fiction.

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“Anything that smiles often needs to be reminded that the world is a cruel, dark place.”
The Oatmeal, 5 Very Good Reasons to Punch a Dolphin in the Mouth and Other Useful Guides

“Crunches are an exercise where you lie on your back and angrily try to head-butt your crotch.”
Matthew Inman, The Terrible and Wonderful Reasons Why I Run Long Distances

marathon: (noun)
A popular form of overpriced torture wherein participants wake up at ass-o-clock in the morning and stand in the freezing cold until it's time to run, at which point they miserably trot for a god-awful interval of time that could be better spent sleeping in and/or consuming large quantities of beer and cupcakes.
See also: masochism, awfulness, "a bunch of bullshit", boob-chafing, cupcake deprivation therapy
Matthew Inman, The Terrible and Wonderful Reasons Why I Run Long Distances



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