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WonderMan 13 days ago

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Beckham == Gravity. Higgs is the only proper striker England has, may the Dog save the ****. I love that country, after all.

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ZonkeyBalls 13 days ago

In response to “Beckham == Gravity. Higgs is the only proper...

Beckham = foot ball curve
XD

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WonderMan 13 days ago

That's damned clever...

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ForkNdaRoad 13 days ago

I've attempted, though I have a device that lets me travel through space-time portals. Buuut it works about the same idea, it involves electrical energy. Beckham puts all his energy to his feet to excite his muscles to the very limit.

In my case, it works by accelerating my bioelectrical energy to the point of ripping the dimension in order to make an entrance & exit portal. The device just concentrates it to a round-ish hole in front of the user, about as big as the user too. Note, it's very important that there's both sides.

You should be seeing the other side, which means the exit portal is there, but sometimes it's finicky where it sends you. Don't wanna be off and end up inside a wall somewhere! Like spawning inside walls in minecraft and suffocating to death.

When I first tested the device, I got trapped in between dimensions until i figured out how to force open a portal again. The darn prototype only kept them open for about 20 seconds, at the same time. These days I can keep them open until I exit, and not on a timer, though they will collapse in 1 minute if left alone.
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Ehem, moral of the story: If you ever lose sight of the ball and it appears somewhere else with no one there, it's because there's a localized black hole that absorbed the light from your angle. :p TV cameras have a hard time capturing those, so it'll be freaky.

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Tanor_Faux 13 days ago

I have a smashing answer. it doesn't make sense either.

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that_guy 9 days ago

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