RED MEAT Dulce et decorum breasts, pro mammaries mori from the secret files of max cannon
Hey, Milkman Dan. You aren't looking too well.
You're right, Karen. All the French philosophy I've been reading has given me a terrible case of nausea.
How can reading a book make you feel sick?
Well, Sartre says there's "absolutely no reason for existing." However, people cannot prevent their own existence. Basically, Karen, this means we're all forced to endure utterly meaningless lives, devoid of any value whatsoever, until we die, cold and alone.
Ooog. My head and tummy hurt. I think I have the nausea too.
That's funny. Mine just went away.
2003-02-18 15:39:17By StikyIcky

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10On reread, Karen's 2 only accentuates the perfection. --VX
8+1 for existential (and kitten-free) torture
8MMD finds his purpose.
8+1 for Dan's #3 -Cap'n
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7Cerebral yet funny. Preloggy
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7What changed? One just like this was up minutes ago.
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7+1 Because I roomed with a philosopher and now I know 'why'
6heh. -todcra
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6Ah - Dan found his meaning in life.
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6Long in 2, but Dan's 3 makes up for it!
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6Ted instead of Karen, maybe? Awesome tag (+2 from this breast-man). -DG
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6his reason for existing....
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5Again, I tend to think more that this would float over Karen's head. Nice try.
5Well written, but just didn't make me laugh. -FV
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5Eh. See where you're going, but tormenting a kid with philosophy? -PB
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4I wouldn't have thought a young child would be so susceptible to such self-doubt
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4-- opus
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2I'm not againt intellectual torment, but this is a pretty weak instance.

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