“I don’t know… philosophize with him.”
- If silence speaks volumes, does that mean that all books were drafted by a mute writer dictating to a deaf stenographer?
- “Up” and “down” hold diametrically opposed meanings, but the phrase “I’m up for that” means the same thing as “I’m down for that.”
- If the grass is always greener on the other side, does that mean that everybody who says that lives in Kentucky?
- Impersonating an officer is illegal, but so is pretending to commit a crime. Therefore, no matter what side they’re on, children should be arrested for playing cops and robbers.
- When the power goes out, nobody ever fixes it and says “the power’s back in.”
- Why is Raiden in a game called Mortal Kombat?
- “East meets West” is a popular setup for Hollywood comedies that advertising executives love to describe as “zany” or “wacky.” When East does meet West, I’m assuming that this is a result of East having traveled a fair bit of distance westward, to meet West. I would like to see what would happen should East decide to simply keep traveling eastward, until it met up with West that way. I would be credited with inventing a new genre: “West meets East.”
- If the people who watched the watchmen suddenly went blind, we would need people to watch the watchers of the watchmen, because they would no longer be able to watch out for themselves.
- If there was a WordPress site called “The Wastebin,” there would be nothing on it, because all of its articles would end up in the Trash.