Thursday, November 13, 2008

Mutually charming

learning, noun

1 : the act or experience of one that learns
2 : knowledge or skill acquired by instruction or study
3 : modification of a behavioral tendency by experience (as exposure to conditioning)

And now that you know what it means...

1. Never underestimate the power and presence of friends-by-default.

2. Perfectly unreliable people can also be perfectly nice people. Reliability and pleasantness are two mutually exclusive qualities.

3. If someone is "cute" and "reeeeeally nice", this doesn't make him any less married.

4. You cannot win or lose at 'food'. Examples include: pizza, or the spiciness of chicken.

5. In an unusually small world, dating news travels swiftly.

6. The show at the Moulin Rouge is, in actual fact, not that sexy. Especially if your hero and heroine are attracted to the same sex.

7. It is a good idea to surround yourself by people who love you in spite of your occasional hormonal aggression.

8. It would be terribly lovely to have "Block Sender" and "Report Spam" buttons in real life.

9. Drinking a lot of water results in a lot of trips to the bathroom and "hence" a lot of breaks throughout one's day. Drinking a lot of water is good for you.

10. When one puts one's mind to something, one can completely and triumphantly achieve it. Especially, I'd like to think, when one is aided by 'good vibes'.

11. Timesheets have a way of reminding you that someone else owns a third of your day. (Another third is spent asleep. Use the last third wisely.)

12. Food and eating-related emails always elicit passionate responses.

13. Thursday has an exquisite sort of charm, especially when one repeatedly and mistakenly believes it to be a Sunday.

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