I’ve never actually had a dream where my teeth fall out. I’ve heard that’s a common type of dream people have. Does that symbolize something?
I guess I don’t find losing my teeth to be a scary prospect. I’d probably just eat ice cream all the time. Maybe the people who have tooth loss nightmares are also lactose intolerant so they’d be stuck with soup forever. That would suck.
I like the idea that no one could make fun of me for being fat from eating tons of ice cream because I’d have a perfect excuse. They’d call me fat and I’d say in a sad voice, “Dude, I can only eat ice cream.” Then they’d feel bad and try to cheer me up and I’d brush it off by saying in a happy voice, “Dude, I can only eat ice cream!” Then we’d throw our heads back and laugh but I wouldn’t have any teeth so it’d look really creepy. The end.
Good story, huh?
Worf needs to work on his chatter
No, Worf’s chatter is a gift to us all. Change nothing, mighty Klingon.
Judging by the rest of the series, Worf will provide a winning strategy which everyone else will scoff at and then they’ll lose and still blame it all on him for no reason.
So there’s already Almost Human and Being Human, but I have an idea for a show called Already Human. It’s a new twist on an old classic. Geppetto is trying to find a way to turn Pinocchio from a puppet into a real boy. Geppetto is delusional and Pinocchio is, you guessed it, Already Human. That might sound stupid, and it does because it is, but Bones has been on air for like 9 or 10 seasons so I figure my terrible idea warrants at least a miniseries.
someone on facebook posted this intending it to be negative but instead it’s INCREDIBLE. go girl scouts
Sooo…buy ALL the thin mints