Boredom is therefore a vital problem for the moralist, since at least half the sins of mankind are caused by the fear of it.
And people! We kill people! Because they're pests! And it's fun!
It's my hobby. The thing I use to break the monotony of waiting for death is spreading misery by ruining the material goods of others. I enjoy it, and I do not understand why you do not sympathize, for my role is destroyer just as yours is to be destroyed.
What would you do if a stranger came up and offered to buy you a new wardrobe? ...Well, that's exactly what happened at a Burlington Coat Factory in Columbus, Ohio, where a woman named Linda Brown went to the cash register and announced she would pay for everyone's purchases. Customers predictably reacted to this generous offer by grabbing all the shit they could get their hands on, as well as calling friends and family members to come get a piece of the charity action. The result was that 500 people crammed into the store, along with up to three times as many outside trying to get in. Oh, and two dozen police officers also showed up to try to control the crowd and/or score some sweet new coats.
After about an hour of letting people shop, Brown hopped into her limo and disappeared. People stood around a bit, figuring she just headed to the bank to bring back some suitcases full of cash.
She never came back...no, she wasn't a millionaire, and the limo was rented. It turned out that it was hard for a pretend millionaire to pay for even a rented limo, so she was turned into the police. At least she got to travel there in style.
Jim Starluck: Also: What would be the point of destroying it? All three versions were completely unarmed.
Darth Wang: Umm..... because it's there?
That is the correct Space Battles
answer. It's also the reason to destroy planets, warships, superweapons, Nazis, demons, people we don't like, zombies, Communists, candy factories, Communist candy factories, defenseless old people, and of course small fuzzy animals.
*plays SB national anthem*
We can't be friends anymore. When we get together, bad things happen and people get hurt. Mr. Chow: (puzzled)
Yeah, but that's the point. It's funny.
It was just a stupid joke. We did it to relieve the boredom. Doctor:
Well, it was very
funny. (to Tricky)
They lied to you. Changed your identity just to provide some in-flight entertainment.
(On Benny purposely trying to cause her entire marriage to fall apart) Why would you do that? Benny:
I was bored.
Wow.... Some people are upset....why devon.?? Why? Lol lol lol...that's why . Oooo... almost forgot testify lol
via his Twitter account.
Why the act? All the seduction games, the dancin' about folk? There has to be an easier way to steal. Saffron:
You're assuming the payoff is the point.
Sherlock Holmes: Why
are you doing this? Jim Moriarty:
Why does anyone do anything? I'm BORED!
Sokolov believes that there are specific words and acts that can compel me to appear before him. He searches old temples in Pandyssia and ruined subbasements in the Flooded district. He performs disgusting rituals beneath the Old Abbey. But if he really wants to see me, he could start by being a bit more interesting.
— The Outsider, Dishonored
I apologize for this, gentlemen. Can you imagine that idiot thinking we were a spy ring? [Winchester laughs softly] Hawkeye:
Charles, did you have something to do with this? Winchester:
Of course not, wouldn't waste my time...unless I could get a good laugh out of it. [starts laughing uproariously]
—M*A*S*H, "Rally 'Round The Flagg, Boys"
I stepped aboveground for some other business, when I suddenly had the thought to entertain myself by seeing the face of an aristocrat whod just found out that his own son was an arsonist. Nothing more, nothing less.
"Well with things being as tense as they have been lately the entire school feels like it is on the edge of collapse. I think that Ruby's little plan might very well bring some levity to the situation and maybe prevent utter chaos when the actually tournament comes up." he sat back in his chair and waited for her response.
It was impossible to know what bothered Glynda Goodwitch more, the fact that what he said made perfect sense, or the fact that the sanity of the school now rested in the hands of a plan so insane that it might as well just be a bad dream. "Any other reason?" she asked.
A wry smile crossed the face of the headmaster. "Because sometimes even I need a good laugh."
Great Bird Spirit! Why? Why did you lead us into this death trap? Bird Spirit:
No particular reason. I thought itd be funny.
Then will two at once woo one / That must needs be sport alone.
And those things do best please me / That befall preposterously.
"Why haven't I killed you? ...I've asked myself the same thing, several times... But you're no threat to me. And I admit, you have your uses. Besides, I'm not one for court jesters, but you do...amuse me." Stanislaus Braun:
Why not? I have been in this place
for two hundred years. This is something to keep me amused.
You murdered every one of my children because you were seeking knowledge. So, what did you learn by torturing each one of them to death, hmm? I want to know. Alice:
I wasn't seeking knowledge. When they died, they made pretty little lights. And when they died slowly, the lights got even prettier.
Oh, you little bitch. Don't you dare tell me I didn't need to wear this
Charra: There was a very good reason for it actually.
Edrin Walker: Your own amusement doesn't count.
So... what's your goal? "D":
It's just amusement. There's no meaning or goal.