so what if
Is there anything less funny than hearing a woman relate a dream she’s just had? (“And then Quentin was there somehow. And so were you, in a strange sort of way. And it was all so peaceful.” Peaceful?) …
… Childbearing and rearing are the double root of all this, as Kipling guessed. As every father knows, the placenta is made up of brain cells, which migrate southward during pregnancy and take the sense of humor along with them. And when the bundle is finally delivered, the funny side is not always immediately back in view.
:: Christopher Hitchens, Why Women Aren’t Funny ::
we sure are good at making copies:
and looking good while doing it:
who is her sugar daddy? copying doesn’t pay that well.