Those are some amazing eyebrows, I must say. As you run along, the eyebrows scrub the atmosphere, capturing all the airborne pollution. I won't not recommend shaving them.Those "not" sentences can be dangerous, you know. I remember one time, I was sitting in a diner, drinking Coke, when a friend came in and saw me. She sat down across from me, and thus began a very strange "not" conversation.FRIEND: Is that a Dr. Pepper you're having?ME: No, it's not.FRIEND: It's snot?ME: Right.FRIEND: You're drinking snot?ME: What? I didn't say that.FRIEND: Yes, you did. I asked if you were drinking Dr. Pepper, and you said "It's snot."ME: Well, it's not.FRIEND: There! You said it again!ME: Said what?FRIEND: That you're drinking snot!ME: (Sigh...) Here. Try my snot.FRIEND: Whew, thanks. I was getting thirsty.
That's not true, Kevin! I didn't drink any of your snot! Some friend I would be to do that!Jeffery Hodges* * *
I'm pretty sure it wasn't you. Unless you were a "she" in the past.
Not me, then. So . . . I guess it's a good thing, you sharing that precious bodily fluid.Jeffery Hodges* * *
Yuck . . .
"Yuck" is Korean for "Mmm, yummy!"-- right?No, wait-- "yuck" is Korean for "subway station." I used to stop at Seoul-yuck pretty frequently.