A Tidal Wave of Freud


Can’t think of many things worse, frankly.



Random quote of the day:

“When people are very different from ourselves, it’s easy to believe they’ll believe anything. We may often misinterpret the things we hear, choosing readings that make that culture seem more exotic and different. [Perhaps] scientific explanations that try to account for some ambiguous indigenous concepts that are hard to understand can actually end up inventing whole belief systems for indigenous peoples that just aren’t real. Not all fantastical sounding language is magic; sometimes it’s just ordinary.”

—Chi Luu, “What We Lose When We Lose Indigenous Knowledge,” JSTOR Daily, October 16, 2019
( https://daily.jstor.org/daily-author/chi-luu/ )

“The Legend of the Firewolf. Maybe.” ( https://pjthompson.dreamwidth.org/1562384.html )

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this random quote of the day do not necessarily reflect the views of the poster, her immediate family, Desus and Mero, Beyoncé, or the Marine Corps Marching Band. They do, however, sometimes reflect the views of the Cottingley Fairies.

Britney Spears addresses her constipation…


But am I really misreading?




“They that go down to the sea in chaps”
“Alas, poor you’re it. I knew him.”
“Breeze there a man with soul so dead”
“When, in disgrace with fortune and menses”
“How do I love thee? Let me count the Waze.”

San Diego to limit cannibals advertising


I should hope so.



Airport officials are adding a $1.6 billion mindfield* concourse.


As if the commute isn’t hard enough.



Enchanted* amenities


But I really want those enchantments!







Makes sense. After traumatic experience you want a treat.




Mirrored from Better Than Dead.




I guess that’s for domestic help that just won’t stop cleaning.




Mirrored from Better Than Dead.




I wasn’t even hungry. Especially for eggplant.




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