Person A: argument about real life
Person B: but fictional character blah blah blah blah
Person A: good point
if someone ever kidnaps me im just going to shit my pants because they either have to wipe my ass or deal with the smell and i want them to have it rough
people whose entire first name is also in their last name have had a rough journey
i once knew a daniel daniels and i think his parents just had a sick sense of humor because his middle name was dan
my name is whitney white which is pretty close, but even better i had a roomate in college whose name was taylor taylor
knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit
wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad
That was deep
philosophy is wondering if that means ketchup is a smoothie
That was deeper.
common sense is knowing that ketchup isn’t a damn smoothie you nasty
dear caretakers of children: stop telling kids “I don’t care who started it!”. you’re teaching children to ignore unequal power balances. that leads to legitimate belief in things like reverse racism, misandry, heterophobia, etc. you’re teaching children that it’s wrong to retaliate when they are wronged. “who started it” is very, very relevant.
Have you met children? Trust me, they both started it. By the time you’re getting to “I don’t care who started it,” things have gotten out of hand and need to stop and take a break until they can be rationally dealt with.
((I’m not even going to start on whateverthehell reverse racism is, misandry, or heterophobia, because I can’t even make heads or tails of what you’re trying to say.))
And it really doesn’t matter who started it, because what matters is their response.
If you get violent or nasty when you’re insulted, then you’re a child.
Children need to be taught that violence and name-calling is not the answer. Therefore, it doesn’t matter who started it, it matters how you respond.