I woke up at early o’ clock and have been busy running around, seeing friends, good stuff, all day… but that means I’m pressed for time to make a blog. So, I thought, in the spirit of current game trends, I might make it a social experiment/puzzle.
I once handed a friend a tupperware container containing a spleen. The spleen was come by honestly.
This was not the first body part to change hands in our social circle. The others are kept in a hand bag.
We seem strangely comfortable with this. I guess I’m pretty immune to stuff like this given my past employment. At least I can now hear people say “I need to hit an ATM” without snickering.
I guess with that sort of context, ATM machine is no longer redundant.
One day, the excess body parts will be surgically combined into a real live boy. Hopefully he will grow up with a Pinocho complex. I plan to profit heavily from his various media appearances.
That’s what she said.
That’s not what she said. That’s what I said.
So here’s the thing. We make these giant intuitive leaps with so little information. Then, we go back and fill in all kinds of reasoning that was never really there. Today’s irony: the less certain we are, the better we are at learning to make good decisions.
The art of crafting words is underappreciated. There are people who make it look easy, but like those who make great feats of athleticism look easy, they put hours of practice into honing their skill. The best words are rewritten countless times, and the rest of us never know.
Okay. I want to talk about little kids. No, not like that. Look. Here’s the thing. Kids are ALWAYS CUTE. You don’t need to point it out to me every. Single. Time. Kids are NATURALLY CUTE. Yet, it’s always “ooh, look at him play in the water,” or “ooh, look at how adorable he is in that costume, or “look at him roll around in the mud! Isn’t he cute!” I am tired of this nonsense. Can’t we just all agree kids are cute and move on? It will save us thousands of words in our lifetime.
Whew, that was great to get off my chest. Stay tuned next blog for an analysis of this one! (I’ll reveal the identities tomorrow, but until then thank you so much everybody!)