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Yes, but usually you have dressing on salad, not the other way around.
And taxi drivers
If you are talking about “My kingdom for a new punch line,” that is a parody of a famous quote from Shakespeare’s King Richard III. In explanation of the actual quote, King Richard III was in battle when his horse was shot from underneath him behind enemy lines. Suffice to say, he was killed, after saying that famous quote. He was saying that he would give up his power to make it out of there alive.
Unless the phrase in question is “Bow ties are cool.” Also “Fezzes are cool.” Those phrases are acceptable.
And you can get them to lay down…
Shhhhhhhhhhh…Just accept the British Invasion through Doctor Who
Basically the only way I’ll drink coffee
I believe that this “treatment” could be considered medical malpractice.
Jon’s actual line of reasoning behind reverse psychology (in this case) lies behind Garfield’s tendency to break rules. See, if it is a rule that he has to scratch up the sofa, then by not scratching it he will be breaking the rules.
But one crucial thing that Jon forgot to consider was that Garfield doesn’t break the rules; he just does whatever he wants, whether it breaks a rule or not.
Occasionally, he will go out of his way just to make Jon angry, but whatever.
Fred the Fresh Fish seller.