A simple drawing from my other account on tumblr has over 10,000 reblogs. Completely blown away. Last time I checked was when it had about 6,000 reblogs. Thank you everyone.
The oldest and smartest child looks up at the sky filled with puffy white clouds and says, “I see a boy reading a book!”
The middle quiet child whispers, “I see a cat sleeping.”
The last child exclaims, “I only see clouds! Why are you guys seeing things? You must be crazy!”
… Well, you all might guess what kind of boy he is. Ah yes, a stupid one indeed.
The hallway was silent. Very silent. Actually, more silent than silence could withstand. Not even a whisper or a small breeze coming in from a propped window.
I hold a half empty plastic bottle of Dr. Pepper in my left hand, swinging it in large motions as I stroll down the hall.
Unexpectedly, from my stomach, through my esophagus…through my uvula… a large belch is released, breaking all the possible silence ever.
I quietly excused my self and covered my mouth and turned back, hoping silence wouldn’t repeat my actions down the hall.
- I’m just not into you.
- I don’t know you.
- I just met you.
- I don’t like you. My parents don’t like you. My dog doesn’t even like you.
- I don’t like you [regardless of how rich you are]
- I prefer to be single.
- I’d rather spend time alone and enjoying it rather than with someone and not enjoying it.
As I think deeply about this question, there’s actually two parts to this.
1. Did cows secrete root beer before milk was known to man?
2. Or did they suddenly secrete root beer all of a sudden?
If cows were known to secrete root beer from the beginning of its existence… root beer would be pretty expensive. From an econ student’s point of view, the demand of high priced root beer would fall because of alternative goods. Root beer is essentially soda, and soda like Coke and Sprite are cheaply made and thus consumers will most likely purchase the cheaper alternative. Root beer secreted by the cows’ udders will be high priced and a few would be supplied, again, from microecon’s perspective.
To answer my second thought… if cows suddenly secreted root beer all of a sudden, that would be bad news to General Mills and other events sponsored by the Got Milk? campaign. Milk is gone… so is cheap cheese made by cow’s milk. There will be goat, sheep, horse and pig milk for sale and will be added to children’s bowl of sugary junk cereal in the morning. Pizza, lasagna, clam chowder, cream soup, cakes, deserts and coffee would have alternative ingredients for cow’s milk. Wow. Just imagine how Americans would react to this phenomena. They will think the world is going to end if they eat their usual morning doughnut with goat milk added to their coffees.
Such horrifying thing.