I understood it to be that the “walls” are the border between reality and non-reality. So there is not actual “wall”. It’s the edge of reality, so naturally, you cannot pass or even see through or beyond it, so it appears to be a wall. And anyone who is “snapped” simply ceases to exist. There is no pain (remember, Alan didn’t even realize his arm had become trapped), and they’re not dead, per se. But they are also no longer alive.
If this is indeed the universe closing in on them, he (at least this iteration of him) may simply no longer exist. He’s not dead, but he’s also no longer alive.
Cats have nine lives, so he’s still got room for 7 more personalities in there.
Jane could already pass for a boy. How many times has she been called “sir”?
If at first you don’t succeed, fly, fly again.
Get new legs with built-in flight capability.
Charlie Brown is that card in the box with all the instructions printed on it. It can’t win any game, and most people completely ignore it.
Couldn’t have been that bad… she still ended up marrying him.
Bread tags are dangerous for cats. They’re small enough to be swallowed, and that means a panicky trip to the kitty ER to have it removed. And with sharp points that most of them have, they can do some damage on the way down.
And on the subject of things-to-not-give-your-cat, don’t give your cats the plastic ring off milk (or water) jugs. As a whole piece, they’re not likely to be swallowed. But they are easily chewed into smaller pieces which, again, can do damage if they’re swallowed.
But “rude” implies intent (example: Bucky is rude). A dog’s bowels are indeed offensive, but it’s not intentional, so they’re not “rude”.