If I was a nut and aware of the existence of the alphabet and run to team up with the letter ‘P’ would more people survive p-nut allergies because I’d have shed two letters?
I’m sure you’ve heard of the phrase ‘as good as new.’ Sounds great, doesn’t it? But in reality is utterly fishy and disproportionally used by 2nd-hand car salesmen trying to sell you some wheels without an engine. Either something is ‘good’ or ‘new’, but never ‘as good as new.’
When you want to read or write something that has not been written or thought of before, where do you turn to? Your bellybutton? The cosmos? Your computer? Let me know…
The only stars I want to see on TV are the ones that light up the sky.
Have you bought anything new lately? Chances are you got a neat. nice, sometimes hard to digest manual with it. Now ask yourself this question: would you still use this manual as a guide 2000 years from now? Why do I ask this? Go to religious places to find the answer.
Are we getting softer and weaker every day? My cat sleeps anywhere, my dog doesn’t care, I’m the only one running for my mattress and the animals will happily follow to keep me company as a bunch of friends.
Eyes are said or believed to be windows to our souls [provided they had them back in the day], what makes that our TVs? Gaping holes into the opposite forces of woefulness?