Why? Because they get to share a pair of pants that they never wash?
oh, I see it! At first I thought you were referencing Face from Nick Jr.
I just finished the Inheritance cycle and this is exactly how I feel about it, even though he set it up so that it couldn't really end any other way...
If I'm going to make a judgment about a relationship, I'm darn well going to take into account everything that you listed as "unrelated".
oh, my. This made me think of one of my favorite openers for Friends.
In my city they put a huge screen in a field and people lie down on the grass while they watch a movie. It's amazing. :D
But Anon (I'm assuming you agree with the post?), doesn't that in effect make us different? Doesn't that separate us from other species? You just said we have different ways of living--different things we want to accomplish. Learning and happiness, for instance, as opposed to survival. It does make us different. It doesn't mean we're not a part of the animal kingdom, because we are, but we ARE different. I find it strange people think otherwise...
I understand what you're saying, but that's an awful comparison.
That looks like an editor's worst nightmare... but it's hilarious!
The constant... of the derivative?
I don't know how to say this in a way that won't sound offensive, but that seems like a rather selfish reason. You would rather deny your child a relationship with their father than face the consequences of your actions?
I thought of poker at first and was really confused.
Did anyone else think of organic chemistry when they read this? cis-trans bonds?... no?...
I thought of this:
They can't rob beetles, though.