I used to like cauliflower as well as I could spell it when I was kid … which wasn’t very well … or much … or not at all.
I was forced to eat it … under the threat of no dessert.
But as an adult I like it very much.
I guess my point is … why do parents make kids eat stuff they don’t like when it only means less for them?
If I had kids, I’d only laydown the “eat it or no dessert” line … if it was something I didn’t like eating … or there wasn’t any dessert … or I was too full … like asparagus.
note: I know the above photo isn’t of cauliflower: it’s a sheep farm.
double note: asparagus is quite full most of the time.
triple note: I didn’t like brocolli as a kid either … until my sister started calling them brocoltrees … and then they tasted pretty good.
quadruple note: don’t worry, I don’t have kids or asparagus.
Today I finally broke through the 500,000 point barrier on the i-phone game “Hungry Shark 3“! I told everyone I know, but I guess they just aren’t fishermen like me.
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“There are no stupid hypothetical questions; only stupid hypothetical answers.”
note: Can hypothetical questions be eliminated with hyposuction?
double note: Are hypothetical needles used on hypochondriacs?
triple note: Hypothermic needles are for cold shots, I assume.
quadruple note: Who actually looks for needles in haystacks? I’m still trying to get struck by lightning!
quintuple note: “if” is the middle word in “life“, but it’s also the middle word in wife, shifty, and rift. It’s also almost the middle word in cauliflower too!
sextuple note: If you are dyslexic, is “if” the middle word in donutfilling, refill, and poolfilter?
septuple note: ask stupid hypothetical questions here .
octuple note: Isn’t “It’s a Wonderful Life” the best movie ever?
nonuple note: image from here, but not originally.
decuple note: I had to look up “nonuple” and “decuple“.
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Tagged cauliflower, cixelsyd, cold shots, decuple, dyslexic, dyslexic palm readers, hot shots, humor, hypochondriacs, hypodermic needles, hyposuction, hypothermic, hypothetical answers, hypothetical questions, if, It's a Wonderful Life, life, liposuction, nonuple