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Funny, everyone saying they go out of their way not to disturb the sleeping cats. I seem to recall the cats I’ve owned pouncing on my face to wake me up in the morning.
Husbands die earlier than wives, but married men live longer than bachelors. Most likely because women force guys to the doctor when they would otherwise not go.
Once when I was a little kid, I spent an entire night smacking fireflies with a baseball bat. I thought it was cool how they would glow on the way off the bat, like a spaceship getting shot down. But I killed so many, I barely saw any around our house the rest of the summer. I was really sad and ashamed when I realized what I had done, even as a child. My first lesson in widlife conservation.
@TacopileverHe’s not making a bottle bomb, he’s mixing baking soda and vinegar. Hardly dangerous. Relax.
The only people that criticize puns and sarcasm are those not creative enough to partake in it.
Oh my gosh, peple, get off your high horses. Swear words are just words. They are descriptive, and at times, in moderation, completely appropriate, and can often be hilarious. Words have no power except the power you give them. It’s the intent that makes the difference, not the word iteself. “Go F youself” is offensive," but not because of the F word. It’s offensive because of the position the person is taking towards you. “I just stubbed my f*ing toe!!!” is not offensive, grow up.
Instead of getting angry at a kid for being smart, you could always, gasp engage him on an intellectual level!
And as for respect, he may be brilliant, but he IS still just a kid. We usually laugh at the things kids say, even when they’re borderline disrespectful, because they say them in a childish way. Caulfield has the lack of filter of a child, but the vocabulary and critical thinking skills (sometimes) of an adult. It makes for a grating combination, but too bad. If as an adult you just get frustrated, maybe you’re just angry that a 5th grader is out-thinking you.
C’mon, people. The real punchline was just the snowflake asking if they were identical. Dumb kid didn’t get it, so Caulfield threw in the cheap gag to get the laugh.
We always used the old playground balls/kickballs. They stung just enough to make it worth it, but they also were just soft enough so a full on blast in the face would water your eyes, but not do any real damage. Perfect compromise.
Natto mixed with rice, hot mustard, and a raw egg is pretty tolerable, and ridiculously healthy.