My love is a hundred pitchers of honey. Shiploads of thuya are what my body wants to say to your body. Giraffes are this desire in the dark.
Psychological science, meet food science: We want to eat the baby because the meat is tenderer.
@stuffisthings Thanks for clarifying! And yes, as I suspected, I absolutely agree.
@stuffisthings I'm actually unsure what you mean. From your tone, I more than likely agree with you, but I don't follow your argument.
So, I've been offered a position at San Diego State University. And I think I'm going to take it.
Yay positive stories about Arizona!!!
The connection to Pronunciation Book is so weird and well-crafted and sneaky, and I'm mad at myself for how fascinated I am. It's like I'm hardwired to become engrossed in mythology, no matter how calculated and consumer-oriented.
@hands_down If you'd been paying attention, you'd have written "I had two young sons."
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My name is so stupidly common and boring that I wish wish wish my parents had given me something crazy. It's not super-awesome-times being a writer whose byline is shared by several other writers, and having to explain to editors which one you are.
@stuffisthings I guess, but Stabler does it for my ladyfriend, so, you know. I'm able to keep the cognitive dissidence at bay.
George Strait's "Easy Come, Easy Go"