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The "Don't Starve Logic" Compendium/Compilation

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Silentdarkness1    1161

Butter does spoil.

First it goes rancid, then it spoils. Takes some weeks or even months (not in the refridgerator).

But in Don't Starve, that only takes a matter of days. Because LOHG1CZ

Even though they made Powdercakes last forever, pretty much.

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Palpetinus    839

But in Don't Starve, that only takes a matter of days. Because LOHG1CZEven though they made Powdercakes last forever, pretty much.

It spoils in 40 days, which is pretty much accurate or when in the sun it could even spoil sooner irl.Well, Powdercakes are a fun item..

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Silentdarkness1    1161

It spoils in 40 days, which is pretty much accurate or when in the sun it could even spoil sooner irl.Well, Powdercakes are a fun item..

Making sure to differentiate between melting butter and it rotting....

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Palpetinus    839

Making sure to differentiate between melting butter and it rotting....

When it melted it becomes rancid faster, and when it becomes rancid faster it rots faster.

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???: Wolfgang gets incredibly Strong by eating, despite never working out.???: No one's clothes get ripped, worn out, torn or even DIRTY. Besides their Hats. ???: You can't where an Amulet and a Backpack at the same time.???: There is only one type of metal in existence, apparently.???: An Axe can talk without a mouth, and knows if you're not it's owner, despite lacking eyes.

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Ryoka    6

Powdercakes do nothing for hunger despite being made with food. They also gain a creamy center despite being made purely of corn.(Unless its Adam West's creamed corn...)

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moelbooy    16

[ATTACH=CONFIG]11629[/ATTACH]Is this image ok for memes?

These picture has a importent lesson kids:Always grow op a beard,shave him,make a meat erffigy of u and you live more times!IF will that work you must tell it me ;O

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Silentdarkness1    1161

Powdercakes do nothing for hunger despite being made with food. They also gain a creamy center despite being made purely of corn.(Unless its Adam West's creamed corn...)

The first one is a duplicate.

87. Powdercakes, the essential permanent survival food, is absolutely useless, despite lasting almost forever.

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Mageziya    1

Your pocket's can carry significantly more than a backpack.When a Lure Plant dies, if you are unlucky, it's leafy meat can land next to an eye-thingy before it dies. This eye-thing can paradoxify the meat/eat it so you can't get it when it dies.

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Silentdarkness1    1161

Your pocket's can carry significantly more than a backpack.When a Lure Plant dies, if you are unlucky, it's leafy meat can land next to an eye-thingy before it dies. This eye-thing can paradoxify the meat/eat it so you can't get it when it dies.

Noted. And the second thing sounds like a bug that you should report.

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ral365    17

*reads list*Well, that's the joy of animation. It allows you to get away with what you couldn't do in real life. ^^ (Incidentally, I'm gonna graduate from college this May with an animation major)161. How does Wilson's hair stay that bizarrely curly before the invention of hair gel (assuming it wasn't invented in the 1900s)?

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Silentdarkness1    1161

*reads list*Well, that's the joy of animation. It allows you to get away with what you couldn't do in real life. ^^ (Incidentally, I'm gonna graduate from college this May with an animation major)161. How does Wilson's hair stay that bizarrely curly before the invention of hair gel (assuming it wasn't invented in the 1900s)?

Okay, everyone who's confused, we are at 197! No more confusion. Going on from 197!

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