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10 Things Not To Do In Antarctica


Dave & Carl #1047 - '10 Things Not To Do In Antarctica'

#11: Pronounce it as 'Antartica'

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The Thing reference is OP ^^

ChazDude responds:

pls nerf

Thanks tho!

Has he possibly been impaled on the North Pole earlier hmm? Nice The Thing reference, educational Blood Falls reference (new to me!), and most importantly hilarious 3/4 progression. #5 wasn't bad either. XD

Generally though, Antartica's probably one of the places on my list of 10 Places Preferably Not To Ever Travel To and I don't think this changed my mind. :P


#13: Search for alien life forms.

ChazDude responds:

#14: Be assimilated by them

So, okay, you got me curious.
As it turns out that Muslims of the Muslim faith who live close to or past the Artic Circle and the Antarctic Circle have a "Fatwa," or a clerical decree, directing to follow the fasting schedule of the closest Muslim nation, or mecca itself.
Also as the daily prayer cycle is heliocentric, during the periods of multiple days of darkness they use a similarly adopted prayer schedule.
In any case this did give me quite a chuckle.
Thank you for making this.

ChazDude responds:

You're very welcome!

I did read about the Ramadan rules when it came to the midnight sun, though I'm sure there are a few hardline clerics who may insist that there's no exception.

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