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Galfisk (Galfisk)
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Posted on Friday, January 10, 2014 - 1:35 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

I don't often wiccate, but I do find it somewhat funny.
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Does it have anything to do with witchcraft?
Do you wiccate in Sweden? or can you do it anywhere? indoors? outdoors? day? night? any time?
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Does it have anything to do with witchcraft? No.
Do you wiccate in Sweden? Yes. or can you do it anywhere? indoors? outdoors? day? night? any time? Yes to all.

I think a distinction needs to be made: it can be done in many different places and situations, but I only do it in specific circumstances. So be aware that asking how I can do it is different from asking how I actually do it.
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Is it mainly a physical action? or mainly mental? does it involve speaking? For instance, making a pun would be mostly mental, even though it involves a physical action, speaking.
Do you wiccate accidentally, or on purpose?
Does it amuse other people, as well as you?
Does it involve the forum?
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Is it mainly a physical action? This. or mainly mental? There is a component of this. does it involve speaking? No. For instance, making a pun would be mostly mental, even though it involves a physical action, speaking.
Do you wiccate accidentally, or on purpose? Only accidentally, never on purpose.
Does it amuse other people, as well as you? Possibly/unknown.
Does it involve the forum? No.
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If someone walked into a room and started wiccating in front of you, would you notice?

Would you understand immediately what they were doing?

Does it involve technology? Communications technology? Is their potential for embarrassment if you are caught wiccating?

Do you wiccate typically at home? At your place of work? In a public area?
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If someone walked into a room and started wiccating in front of you, would you notice? Possibly.

Would you understand immediately what they were doing? Probably not.

Does it involve technology? Yes. Communications technology? No. Is their potential for embarrassment if you are caught wiccating? No.

Do you wiccate typically at home? At your place of work? In a public area? This, DYOD of "public area".
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Does it involve seeing? hearing? smelling? tasting? touching something?
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Does it involve seeing? Yes. hearing? Not in my case, but it could. smelling? tasting? No to both. touching something? Yes.
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Food or drink relevant? Communication? Entertainment?
Do you need an item in order to wiccate?
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Food or drink relevant? Communication? Entertainment? <b<no>
Do you need an item in order to wiccate? Yes.
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Are you more likely to wiccate during the summer than winter?

Similarly, Are you more likely to wiccate during the winter than summer?

is weather a factor? is it more likely to happen on a sunny day? rainy day?
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Are you more likely to wiccate during the summer than winter? No.

Similarly, Are you more likely to wiccate during the winter than summer? Yes.

is weather a factor? Yope. is it more likely to happen on a sunny day? rainy day? Slightly more likely in rain, but other factors are more important.
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Temperature relevant? Snow relevant?
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Temperature relevant? Snow relevant? No to both.
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Hint: another person is required.
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Is there a specific event that takes place during the winter that makes it relevant?

Since temperature and snow are not relevant, is the fact that there are fewer hours of daylight in the winter relevant?

Since you said another person is required,
would it be someone you're married to or romantically involved with? or could it be just a friend? or family member? or could it be any of the above?


Is the winter the most likely season for you to wiccate? if not, is it tied with spring and/or autumn for most likely?
Is summer the least likely? if not, is it tied with spring and/or autumn for least likely?
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Is there a specific event that takes place during the winter that makes it relevant? No.

Since temperature and snow are not relevant, is the fact that there are fewer hours of daylight in the winter relevant? Yes.

Since you said another person is required,
would it be someone you're married to or romantically involved with? or could it be just a friend? or family member? or could it be any of the above? Any of the above.


Is the winter the most likely season for you to wiccate? Yes. if not, is it tied with spring and/or autumn for most likely? No.
Is summer the least likely? Yes. if not, is it tied with spring and/or autumn for least likely? No.
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When wiccating is the other person present?

Are you more likely to wiccate after sunset?

You said it involves technology? Did the technology exist 20 years ago? 30 years ago? 40? 50?
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When wiccating is the other person present? Yes - DYOD of "present"

Are you more likely to wiccate after sunset? Yes.

You said it involves technology? Did the technology exist 20 years ago? 30 years ago? 40? 50? Yes to all.
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Did the technology exist 100 years ago?
Are any artificial lights (eg flashlights, candles) involved?
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Did the technology exist 100 years ago? No.
Are any artificial lights (eg flashlights, candles) involved? Yes.
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Is the relevant technology the same as the artificial light?
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Is the relevant technology the same as the artificial light? No.
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Did the technology exist 60 years ago? 70 years ago? 80? 90? (Trying to narrow it down)

Is electricity involved? If yes, anything plugged in to a wall? Anything that requires a battery or batteries?
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Did the technology exist 60 years ago? 70 years ago? 80? 90? (Trying to narrow it down) The exact technology in question is almost, but not quite, 100 years old.

Is electricity involved? Yes. If yes, anything plugged in to a wall? No. Anything that requires a battery or batteries? Yope - in practice, a battery is always or almost always involved.
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Are shadows and/or silhouettes involved?
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Are shadows and/or silhouettes involved? No.
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Any of the following relevant: radio? movies? automobiles? telephone? neon lighting?
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Any of the following relevant: radio? No. movies? No. automobiles? Yes. telephone? No. neon lighting? No.
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Are you driving? Is the other person "involved" another driver in another car?
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Are you driving? Is the other person "involved" another driver in another car? Yes to both.
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Can one wiccate while driving (i.e. car is moving)? while stopped at a traffic light/stop sign with the car on? while parked in a parking lot? driveway? while the vehicle is off?

When you wiccate, do you normally do it [list of questions in first paragraph]?

Are any differences between driving in the US and driving in Sweden relevant? Dagen H isn't relevant, is it (I'm assuming not, but there's always a possibility)?
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Can one wiccate while driving (i.e. car is moving)? Yes. while stopped at a traffic light/stop sign with the car on? Yes. while parked in a parking lot? Yes. driveway? Possibly. while the vehicle is off? No.

When you wiccate, do you normally do it [list of questions in first paragraph]? Normally while driving. Seldom when stopped in traffic. Never the others, as of yet.

Are any differences between driving in the US and driving in Sweden relevant? No. Dagen H isn't relevant, is it (I'm assuming not, but there's always a possibility)? No, it's not. I've always been a bit fascinated by it though.
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Does Wiccating involve an interaction with the cars dashboard? Seats? Windows/Doors? pedals/steering?
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Are you signaling with your lights?
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Does Wiccating involve an interaction with the cars dashboard? Seats? Windows/Doors? pedals/steering? No to all.

Are you signaling with your lights? No.
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Does Wiccating involve how you interact with other drivers? pedestrians? Officers of the law? anything to do with change of personality when you get behind a wheel?

Is wiccating frowned upon? encouraged? is it to do with safety?

I'm pretty sure it's an acronym that starts with 'When in Car....'
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Does Wiccating involve how you interact with other drivers? Yes. pedestrians? No. Officers of the law? Only if they are driving. anything to do with change of personality when you get behind a wheel? No.

Is wiccating frowned upon? No. encouraged? No, but...is it to do with safety? Indirectly.

I'm pretty sure it's an acronym that starts with 'When in Car....' No, it's no acronym. You may be able to find a suitable backronym when the puzzle is solved.
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Are the relevant lights part of the car itself (e.g. headlights, brake lights, etc)? or are they part of an object that is held by a passenger in a car? or are they outside the car, but visible by those in the car (such as traffic lights, street lamps, etc.)?
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Are the relevant lights part of the car itself (e.g. headlights, brake lights, etc)? Yes, headlights. No to the rest. or are they part of an object that is held by a passenger in a car? or are they outside the car, but visible by those in the car (such as traffic lights, street lamps, etc.)?
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Is it warning other drivers of something?
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Is it warning other drivers of something? No.
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Is it relevant whether high or low beam headlights are used?
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Is it relevant whether high or low beam headlights are used? Yes.
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Since you only do it accidentally, it "happens" instead of, or in addition to, something else you are trying to do. Does it "happen" more frequently in certain cars ( make / model /year ) then in others? Are there cars in which it cannot "happen"?
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Since you only do it accidentally, it "happens" instead of, or in addition to, something else you are trying to do. Yes, in addition. Does it "happen" more frequently in certain cars ( make / model /year ) then in others? No. Are there cars in which it cannot "happen"? Cars which have no high beams, if such exist.
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Do you switch high beam on when stopping the window wipers, catching the driver in the opposing lane or someone watching you park in the bright, blinding light?
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Do you switch high beam on when stopping the window wipers, catching the driver in the opposing lane or someone watching you park in the bright, blinding light? No. Hint: the other driver also needs to do something.
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Do both drivers do the same thing? At the same time?
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Does the other driver flash their brights at you, mistakenly thinking you have your brights on? If so, do you flash your brights back, letting them know of their mistake?
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Is the other driver oncoming?
Do you forget switch back to low beam when they approach, accidentally blinding them with your high beams?

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