"Call Me Maybe" is mine. Just hits me with a brick wall of emotion. It's really...oh...yeah, I'm tearing up a bit. It's just so monumental, you know? Oh god, really crying now. I mean, she just met him, right, and it's probably crazy, and then she gives him her number, and he may or may not call her. Pretty strong stuff.
I can just imagine you..."The chicken walks across the road because the need to cross the road is substantially higher than the risk of walking across said road. Assuming we're talking about a rational chicken, which would be safe to assume, there doesn't seem to be any obstacle in the way of the chicken. Now, the obstacles are another point. Given potential cars and other modes of harmful transportation to the chicken, think about the era the joke is being said people, the chicken would have had a moral dilemma around the precise moment to cross the road. Of course we can chalk it up to pure curiosity, but who really acts solely on these grounds?
No, the chicken did not just want to "get to the other side," dumbass.
Florb...for a boy or girl.
Social Darwinism is something different than what you're talking about.
"Hello, this is my son, Anus Sex Fruit. I'm his father, Google Sex Fruit. Nice to meet you."
Sometimes, after a long session of amazing sex, I turn off my laptop because the people in Starbucks are looking at me weirdly.
Damn Antarctica, hogging all the wealth.
We're not too late to explore Skyrim.
Basically there are four categories of belief. There are gnostic atheists, who claim they know there is no god. There are agnostic atheists, who claim to not believe in god, but are not sure of his existence. There are gnostic theists, who claim to know there is a god. And then there are agnostic theists, who claim to believe in god, but are not sure of his existence. What you're talking about are gnostic atheists. I agree that gnostic atheists can't be right, because how is it possible to prove that something doesn't exist? However, most atheists are agnostic atheists. In that sense, you can be both an agnostic and an atheist. And I think you're misguided in your definition of the term "atheist". A true atheist only believes there is no god. For example, I am both an atheist and an agnostic, and I can be. It simply means I don't believe in god, but I'm not claiming to know that god doesn't exist. It's just highly unlikely in my mind. This is an excellent explanation:
That just wrinkled my brain.
But how will we get the airborne guinea pig?
I totally guessed that this was going to end in "amirite?"
The coolest of stories, bro.
And definitely not "Your daughter gives good head."
First Response: "Cool, when are you hanging out?" Second Response: "WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING TO MY COUSIN?!?"