The cats are here to draw your attention.
Greetings! During this intermission in posts, I am asking my readers for a favor. I have set up a survey to explore some hypotheses I have around the word “feels,” used as a count-noun. You don’t have to know what that means. You don’t have to know what anything means. But you do, if you have a minute, have to complete the survey. Or, bad things will happen.
Here is the survey. https://www.quicksurveys.com/s/p9CJb35
It goes fast. It’s only 10 questions. You’re welcome to go into as much or as little detail as you would like. This is an informal academic type thing, so it doesn’t need to have all that scientificalness.
Thank you so much!
Niece and nephews are the best people ever. You get to enjoy their company and regress with them, and then send them home to their miserable parents and get full nights of sleep every night. The only drawback is that children are born evil. That’s right. Every child that you’ve ever loved is born with the essence of the devil inside. My five year old niece, Abby, enjoys playing with Legos, and is compiling a body count higher than Left 4 Dead. She also writes some of the worst dialogue I’ve ever been forced to sit through while watching a Lego play. And now, without furture ado, here is a dramatization of Abby’s theatrical masterpiece, “The Uncles of Deadness.”
He hasn’t exactly risen to the same heights of fame as Antoine Dodson, but the hatchet-wielding hero Kai has been getting some well deserved attention for his heroics. Kai is the hitchhiking superman that saved an innocent woman from a racist killer who professed to being Jesus Christ himself. And, one of the advantages to being a traveling kerchief-wearing beacon of light is that you can say as many curse words as you want to the camera, and no matter what, it’ll be awesome.