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Thread: Badge Ideas Thread!

  1. #4741
    The challenge would be in how fucking horrible it must taste. You're right about the creative difference though I guess.

  2. #4742
    Tiq's Avatar
    261 posts since Oct 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by ZombiePlatypus View Post
    I don't even know what it is, but judging from the still frame preview of Jake's video I'm guessing it's pouring Mountain Dew on a bowl of Doritos and eating it like cereal.

    Sounds pretty dumb and doesn't require any imagination. The good double downs at least required a bit of that.

    I think it's dumb. But what do I know? I'm just a doctor.
    Are you a real doctor? Cause I've got this lump...

  3. #4743
    Is it in your throat? Would you like it to be?

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  5. #4745
    Tiq's Avatar
    261 posts since Oct 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by ZombiePlatypus View Post
    Is it in your throat? Would you like it to be?
    I.... I think I may need a second opinion.

  6. #4746
    PappaDukes's Avatar
    13,535 posts since Mar 2007

    Replace Mountain Dew with motor oil, and Doritos with shards of glass, and sir, you've got yourself a badge-worthy challenge.

  7. #4747
    Wouldn't it be called the Darwin Award Badge in that case?

  8. #4748
    Tiq's Avatar
    261 posts since Oct 2012

    Quote Originally Posted by PappaDukes View Post
    Replace Mountain Dew with motor oil, and Doritos with shards of glass, and sir, you've got yourself a badge-worthy challenge.

    I'm scottish. We eat that every morning for breakfast.

  9. #4749
    PappaDukes's Avatar
    13,535 posts since Mar 2007

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarvu View Post
    Wouldn't it be called the Darwin Award Badge in that case?
    Yessum.

  10. #4750

    10,958 posts since Dec 2009
    Has a Secret Santa participation badge been discussed yet?

  11. #4751
    Not that I'm aware of, discuss away.

  12. #4752
    Okay, let's discuss then. Should it be as simple as having successfully completed your gifting? Should it be more than that, like multiple years? (I don't think it should, I just can't think of any other things to put for "not simple".) Should a badge even exist, or should the act of giving and receiving be reward enough?


    If it becomes a badge it totally needs Seacrest's face on it.

  13. #4753
    Should receiver satisfaction and effort be a factor?

  14. #4754
    Quote Originally Posted by ZombiePlatypus View Post
    If it becomes a badge it totally needs Seacrest's face on it.
    Believably, googling Seacrest Santa mostly comes up with this thread. But yeah, that with a santa hat shooped on.

  15. #4755
    Quote Originally Posted by Panzadolphin56 View Post
    Should receiver satisfaction and effort be a factor?
    Going into all of that might be hard to quantify, y'know? I mean, yeah, somebody just mailing a bunch of tootsie rolls, or nothing at all, is pretty shitty, but beyond obvious stuff I dunno if we want to get into "How happy is your giftee, and did you try hard enough?" That's not what Seacrest Santa is all about, it's about how much Ryan Seacrest loves the children of the world.

  16. #4756
    Maybe you're right, sounds a bit scrooge-ish when I re-read it.

  17. #4757
    Some people are easily pleased as well, so what they think is awesome othersmight think is lame.

  18. #4758
    I know this has been suggested for something before that never happened, but totally have two versions according to user satisfaction. I don't think it's a good idea but I've never not shared my ideas before so I won't relent now.

  19. #4759

    10,958 posts since Dec 2009
    Quote Originally Posted by Panzadolphin56 View Post
    Should receiver satisfaction and effort be a factor?
    I'm inclined to say it should, but as ZP said, it doesn't jive with the spirit of it being a secret santa gift.

    Last time I participated, I received a book I already owned a copy of. I'd say my gifter still deserved the badge, 'cause he didn't know I already owned the book (in hindsight, I probably should've mentioned beforehand that I did, lulz). It was the thought that I appreciated, and I don't need to worry about losing it if I lend a copy for someone to borrow.

  20. #4760
    I think a badge for just fulfilling your end of the Secret Santa is good enough. I don't think we should include any other factors.

    That's my view on the badge as I think it's a pretty cool idea.

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