amy: this is genius
amy: frighteningly so
amy: i'd say "we need to get this out there, onto the internets!"
amy: but it seems like someone has already beaten us to it
andy: in medieval times, the monks who controlled the books believed that too much knowledge in the hands of the masses would be dangerous. at the risk of sounding like an elitist, i don't think the general public can handle the bubb rubb of time.
andy: also, Evil Educated "Singularity" Stupid - ignores the Cubic Wisdom of Wisest Human and The Greatest Thinker.
amy: look! a puppy butterfly!
andy: wow. that's a hell of a thing to do to a dog.
amy: it's so cute it makes me hurt a little inside
andy: looking at that picture, I'm trying to figure out what's going on. I think it's supposed to be a dog with butterfly wings. But maybe it's a dog being devoured by a giant butterfly.
andy: the butterfly is digging into the dog's brain, and that face the dog is making is the final act of accepting its fate.
amy: you suck.
andy: wouldn't it be awesome if slashfood was just a bunch of dirty stories about food getting it on?
andy: i mean, awesome in a "freak show" way, not awesome in a "subscribe to the RSS" way
amy: you're missing our funny running commentary on your bug
andy: we seem to have conflicting definitions of the word "missing".
amy: we ought to make a list of "stuff we'd kick in the balls if we theoretically could"
andy: let's just say the list includes everything, and have the actual list be a list of things we wouldn't kick in the balls.
andy: that list would be shorter, I think.
amy: (man, one of these days i'm actually going to laugh out loud, rather than, you know, using the internet shorthand for it)
andy: i've heard you snicker.
andy: er . . . maybe not.
andy: i'm too pretty to shit in a bucket.