possibleadjective

  • ja可能な、考えられる
  • enable or reasonable to be done, happen, or exist

Examples

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Methodist Hospital called this morning.
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Apparently, a 38-year-old investment banker was admitted last night with a broken penis.
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- It looks like— - Whoa. Whoa, whoa, whoa.
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There's a finance guy with a broken dong?
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Methinks some 'Wolf of Wall Street'-style shenana-googles have taken place this day.
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Anyone care to wager a guess as to how this happened?
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Yeah, I bet he dipped it in a pile of cocaine, got it real numb, and then hit a croquet ball with it.
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- Totally possible. - He probably sat on it.
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- So it got under his butt. - Happens all the time.
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Alright, that's it!
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Look, Joey, I'm sorry.
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I realize this is the role of a lifetime for you.
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And if I could just fire Joseph, I would.
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But unfortunately, that's not possible.
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So I'm gonna have to let both of you go.
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I'm not offended by homosexuality.
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In the '60s, I made love to many, many women,
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often outdoors in the mud and the rain.
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And it's possible a man slipped in.
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Would be no way of knowing.
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Politicians are always coming around, telling us they're gonna fix our schools, promising this and that.
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But you, Mr. Scott, you are actually doing it.
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You have taught these kids, with hard work, that anything is possible.
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You are a dream maker, and I thank you.
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This is parkour — internet sensation of 2004.
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And it was in one of the 'Bond' films.
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It's pretty impressive.
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The goal is to get from point A to point B as creatively as possible.
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So technically, they are doing parkour as long as point A is delusion and point B is the hospital.
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Welcome to the school of basic human training.
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If you're gonna be my human parents, you're gonna have to act as human as possible.
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Okay!
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What's next?
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We're playing 'Boyle Bingo: Thanksgiving Edition.'
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Everyone filled out their cards with possible Charles-related scenarios.
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First to bingo gets 100 bucks.
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I had "Boyle calls it 'Turkey Day'" in the center square.
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"Boyle explains that they ate lobsters at the first Thanksgiving."
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They did.
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Back in that time, they called lobsters "ocean bugs."
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And— I'll just mark it off for you.
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I know it's impossible to get.
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But, well, I was wondering if you could make the impossible possible.
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If that's at all possible.
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Now, Shaq, I heard a story about you today.
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I was very surprised to find out that you once had your credit card declined at Walmart.
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How is that possible?
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I have the biggest purchase in Walmart history.
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Really?
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$70,000.
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- What did you buy? - What?
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- $70,000. - In Walmart?
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Yeah, in Walmart.