There's no question for me, it would be v7's "Philosophical: Sarcasm Masters".
The title even makes me grin.
Awww, Mo2Chi, I was just sure you were going to mention the Zerg Rush one !
I don't think I can narrow it down to just one. Sometimes I have fun reading a thread that I don't comment in or participate in. I almost always love the titles for the ones that paradigmsearch opens, and now Eric Newland. He's one very funny guy! (and not just funny; he's also totally witty)
I also love the ones habee starts, even though they are frequently serious. And Stacie L finds some of the most interesting topics imaginable!
Well - you didn't say a favorite had to be "fun."
I've always been kind of partial to that "count-to-whatever" (200,000?) thread posted by WaffleCheese and that continues to crop up every so often. I don't know.. The concept of counting threads kind of cracks me up anyway, but there's also something about the name, "WaffleCheese" too.
Add Chasuk's thread titles - always thought-provoking, even if I don't read the entire thread or comment.
For pure fun, I have really enjoyed some threads about geography and word games.
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