• Yes. It has been proven before by an intelligent starfish.

  • No SegBeg. Mayonnaise is not a instrument and horse relish is not an instrument either!

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  • noun 1. a mechanical tool or implement, especially one used for delicate or precision work: surgical instruments. 2. a contrivance or apparatus for producing musical sounds: a stringed instrument. 3. a means by which something is effected or done; agency: an instrument of government. 4. a device for measuring the present value of a quantity under observation. 5. a mechanical or electronic measuring device, especially one used in navigation: landing a plane by instruments. 6. a formal legal document, as a draft or bond: negotiable instruments. 7. a person used by another merely as a means to some private end; tool or dupe. verb (used with object) 8. to equip with instruments, as a machine or manufacturing process: to instrument a space vehicle. 9. to arrange a composition for musical instruments; orchestrate. (Source: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/instrument) Based on the definition provided above, it is safe to say that Mayonnaise is not an instrument.

  • are you guys retarded?

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Dburch111 says2016-06-19T20:43:30.2490451Z
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/instrument - Merriam-Webster defines "Instrument" as the following: - A tool or device used for a particular purpose; especially : a tool or device designed to do careful and exact work - A device that measures something (such as temperature or distance) - A device that is used to make music You COULD use mayonnaise to make music, therefore it and technically everything else you can fathom can be a musical instrument.
DiEgO123100 says2016-09-17T19:13:08.0312275Z
Why are people taking this seriously
DiEgO123100 says2016-09-17T19:13:39.3254293Z
Why are people taking this so seriously

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