Ya know, I was giving my own question some thought last night, and came up with an answer of my own:
a- even though they were asked to calmly discuss a topic, after about ten minutes, they drive each other crazy, lose it, and break into a fight.
b- they become aware of each other's speach patterns, they don't understand each other at first, but realize they fill in each other's cracks, so they become great friends (assuming both of them are men, as i did call them "guys" in my question, if they were gay, they'd possibly even fall in love and get married). Anyways, as great friends, they'd go everywhere together and make a combined effort to engage in conversation with other people. The one guy would start talking and the other guy would finish off what they both were trying to say.
After a lot of time together (8 years or so?), maybe they'd know each other so much, they'd be able to perfectly start and finish their sentences between the two.
To answer your question, it depends. What would get hotter? The outlet, or the fork itself? How about both? Anyways, like it or not, bread contains water, so if you stab a piece of bread in the outlet, you'd indeed get your toast, but you'd get electricuted yourself. If the fork gets hot, just use the fork to toast your bread instead, and put it in the outlet each time you need to heat it up.
Chip is a nerd. Why isn't there a "bully" monster yet?
Per empirical evidence, there are three possible outcomes:
1. The two instantly combust into nothingness, as though antimatter and matter had collided. (Scratch that: the exact same reaction as when antimatter and matter collide.)
2. The two conversators gradually swap identities, the gradual nonsense conversator becoming the gradual sense conversator and vice-versa. Halfway through the conversation, they are one mind split between two bodies. If you had enough gradual nonsense and gradual sense conversators involved, they would, for a period of time, be combined into a hivemind representative of humanity itself. That or a really efficient think tank.
3. The sense-making and nonsense-making spiral off into infinity. That is, the second guy eventually starts making so much sense that he is wiser than the Dalai Llama and Larry the Cable Guy combined, and the first guy eventually forgets how to feed himself.
Say I stick a fork with a rubber handle in an outlet. Can I take the fork out and stab a piece of bread to instantly toast it?
My name is Hash1, my quest is to collect as many keys as possible, maybe one day I'll find the key to her heart. My favorite color I can't tell. It's a tie between green, blue, and gray.
What if we conduct an experiment? Put two specific individuals in the same room: a guy who makes a lot of sense at first, but the more he talks, the less sense he makes; and a guy who starts talking, makes no sense at first, but starts making sense the more he explains himself.
Ask them to calmly discuss a topic. What do you think would happen?