fragmentary biography

Month: October, 2013

On X and Y

Women: simple and logical, easy to comprehend. Men: very difficult and unpredictable, near impossible to comprehend. There it is, there you have it.
That’s the real difference, right there.

On fucking pronouns

Fuck [2nd person pronoun? 1st person pronoun?]!

On whales and getting out

“So I saw this really cool thing on TV last night about whales!”
“…”
“I mean, did you know that whales can live to be like 200 years old?”
“…”
“And did you know whales canĀ hold their breath for about 50 minutes?”
“…”
“And how about this: the whale’s penis is like 100 centimetres long!”
“…”
“I really need to get out more, don’t I?”
“Yes, you do.”

On games people play

“But why do I have to play these games? Why can’t I just be myself and tell it like it is?”
Her friends shot her an incredulous look. “Sure. That works too. For no one ever.”

On brainstorming

There should be a power switch for the brain, or at least a way to put it on autopilot. In autopilot mode, the brain would only deal with its most necessary functions, like breathing and paying bills and not getting killed in traffic and such.
The brain is just too damn busy with the thinking.

On focus

It’s so hard to focus when all you can think about is getting laid.

On crime and punishment

Sometimes it’s hard to know what’s what.

On truth or dare

The third option is of course apathy.
(Eenie, meenie, miney, moe.)