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"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
“ We’re nine episodes into Iron Fist, and it’s been screamingly evident for eight of them that the real star of the series is Madame Gao. In fact, I submit that the series should have actually been about her, because a series about an old woman’s multilevel marketing business being interrupted by a tattooed hipster who lectures everyone about authenticity would be something new for the superhero genre. ”— Live, Laugh And Love With The Wisdom Of Iron Fist’s Madame Gao
“ People in my general field talk a lot about impostor syndrome. Part of that is down to the fact that some people will never be invited in to the place where they assume all The Others are. So you make your own, and then you realise, down the line, that you’re not part of it, just the idiot who runs it. ”— On Members Clubs And Impostors
Years ago, you promised your firstborn to a witch. Since then, despite your best efforts, you can’t seem to get laid. The witch is starting to get pretty pissed.
Y’all get together to discuss your options and she starts coaching you on how to get men because she doesn’t want to waste more magic on you without promise of payment. The more time you guys spend together the more you realize you have a bit of a crush on her. Soon you’re sabotaging your dates on purpose to see her again.
Long story short you fall in love and get married and do the sperm donor thing AND YOUR FIRSTBORN IS HERS BY DEFAULT and you live happily ever after. The end.
Baby cries in the middle of the night
Witch: Ughhhhh. It’s your turn.
You: You bought it. You handle it.
That is what I call a fairy tale ending.
It’s not just little birds like that like dust baths - even majestic birds like raptors enjoy getting down and dirty too! Dust baths help birds stay clean, since the dust can penetrate the feathers and get through to the skin to slough off debris, and some studies suggest that it also may be used by the bird to regulate the amount of body oil that accumulates on their feathers.
Teleologist: We aren’t meant for each other.
Deontologist: We aren’t right for each other.
Solipsist: It’s not you, it’s me.
Empiricist: I think we should see other people.
Rationalist: I’ve been doing some thinking…
Continentalist: You’ve lost that love and feeling.
Egalitarian: This is the best thing for both of us.
Functionalist: I don’t care about accommodating your feelings.
Quinean: I’m sorry, but you don’t mean anything to me anymore.
Foundationalist: We have nothing left to build upon.
Relativist: It’s no one’s fault.
Atheist: These things just happen.
Kantian: You lied to me!
Consequentialist: You should have lied to my mother about her pot roast!
Anti-Fictionalist: I’m sick of faking it.
Cartesian: I don’t clearly and distinctly perceive a future together.
Hegelian: Do we have to go through this again?
Lockean: Our primary qualities simply aren’t compatible.
Behaviorist: I just can’t keep going through the motions anymore.
Presentist: There just isn’t any future for us.
Eternalist: At least we’ll always have that weekend in Paris.
“ 455 BC: Aeschylus, the Athenian author of tragedies. According to Valerius Maximus, he was killed by a tortoise dropped by an eagle that had mistaken his bald head for a rock suitable for shattering the shell of the reptile. ”—
Great, one more thing to worry about.
“ The rolling landscape will be dotted with cocoon-like treehouses, a flower-shaped hotel and a big lake covered by an LED-screen canopy, so visitors can enjoy projected blue skies despite the smog. ”— Put us on the map, please: China’s smaller cities go wild for starchitecture
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