Okay, so, the other dhay I was getting my coffhay at this bodega near my flat, and I saw Ashlhay! And I said, "Hey, Ashlhay, want some coffhay?" but Ashlhay didn't shay hay, she just kept walking past mhay! And so I grabbed my iPhone and called Tiffanhay and said "Tiffanhay, Ashlhay just snubbed mhay at coffhay!" and Tiffanhay said "Brandhay! I'm worrhayed! Ashlhay told mhay that she was going out todhay and buying a Memorex MMP8585C 4GB MP3 Video Photo Player!"
And I said "Reallhay? Ashlhay mhay have a whay to plhay an mpthray that isn't trendhay?" and Tiffanhay said "Reallhay, okhay?" And then we Twittered about it and linked to the Twitter on our Facebooks.
But while I was drinking my coffhay, I started thinking about the whay society corrals us dhay to dhay. Like, people sometimes shay that me and Tiffanhay are aphids! No, wait, that's not the word. Vapid, they shay. And that has mhay wondering why. I mean, is it because of the iPhones? Are they judging mhay because of how good I seem to bhay?
Anywhay, I looked into the Memorex MMP8585C 4GB MP3 Video Photo Player to see if Ashlhay was making a mistake. First of all, it's got 4 gigs of memorhay, and that's pretty good, you know, for regular people. At least it's <a href="http://sellout.woot.com/">not one of those 2 gig ones</a>. I mean, when you're on the subwhay, not that I ever am, unless I'm going to Conhay for the ironhay, you don't need to be watching a feature film on your little screen. Oh, yeah, the Memorex MMP8585C 4GB MP3 Video Photo Player does video and music. MPEG-4, WMhay, MPthray, you can take your entertainment with you whenever you want.
I guess that's what Ashlhay was doing because I saw her a few hours later at a clothing store, you know, behind a displhay. I went right up and said "Ashlhay, what are you doing, acting like you're an employhay? Where's your iPhone?" And guess what Ashlhay said back to mhay? Ashlhay said she was there that dhay earning her phay and had been working since Mhay! And she'd left her phone at home! Well, I called Tiffanhay and to see what she'd shay and she said "No whay!" and I said it was crazhay! I mean, who'd want a Memorex MMP8585C 4GB MP3 Video Photo Player instead of an iPhone? Why wouldn't Ashlhay want to take calls from me and Tiffanhay throughout the dhay in every whay? And most important, is there some new place where she's getting her coffhay?
Warranty: 90 Day Memorex
Built-in 4GB flash memory
2000 songs at 64kbps for over 128 hours of WMA music
1000 songs at 128kbps for over 64 hours of MP3 music
Translating words and concepts from one language to another can be a difficult and nuanced project. Ask any exchange student who's ever tried to put the moves on a local. It's tricky. There are shades of meaning. There are idiomatic expressions. There's a whole world of difference between "mouth" and "grub-hole." There are scholars for whom translation is a lifetime's toil. People are still squabbling over what the heck the Bible says. President Kennedy may very well have been a jelly donut.
That being said, we've never understood why, when it comes to the complex task of translating runes, ideograms, hieroglyphs and kanji into simple English nouns like "strength," so many people put so much trust in the first tattooist they bump into in whatever horrible little Florida town they've chosen as this year's Spring Break destination.
Think about that. Some burly biker freakshow refugee told your kid sister that a certain squiggle was Chinese for "loyalty." Now, she might have thought "wow, I wonder how he knows that? I wouldn't have pegged him as someone who'd completed a graduate degree in Asian languages. I suppose you can't always judge a book by its cover."
But she didn't. Instead, she thought "AWESOMMMMMMME, I WANT THAT ONE, QUICK, WHILE I'M STILL DRUNKENUF FROM THESE MUDSLIIIDES SO IT DOESN'T HURRRRT."
Wear this shirt: to cover up that great big chest tattoo you've got of Q*Bert (CBS "Saturday Supercade" version) smoking a huge bong through his proboscis-thing. It seemed so awesome at the time. Who could have guessed you'd outgrow it?
Don't wear this shirt: around people who actually have binary tattoos. For one thing, they might take it as an insult. For another, you don't really want to be hanging around with those nerds anyway, do you?
This shirt tells the world: "'Regret' does not compute"
We call this color: Royal Blue Tattoo
Design Placement: Centered
3X - S: 9" x 9" WXL - K4: 6.75" x 6.75"
Pantone Color(s): White - 535C - Black
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Science says smell evokes more powerful memories than any other scent. Scent is your body's first line of defense against inadvertently eating anything rotten or poisonous. Its role in sexual attraction is well documented and TOTALLY HOT. But like an underprivileged but gifted child, your nose has had to watch all the educational opportunities go to more well-connected body parts. Your eyes and ears benefited from years of consciously directed visual and linguistic lessons. Your senses of taste and smell got their share of attention, too. But aside from the brave but doomed scratch 'n' sniff movement, mass olfactory education has been sadly neglected.
Not anymore. The Wine Bouquet Aroma Kit is a first step toward redressing this historic inequity. It includes 36 vials offering delicate breaths of the most commonly sniffed wine scents, from plum and vanilla to toast and smoke. Accompanying cards describe and explain each aroma, and included instructions will guide you toward identifying varietals of wine by smell alone.
It's not a comprehensive course on the magical world of smells. It doesn't come with a professor, or even a TA. But the Wine Bouquet Aroma Kit just might be the first step toward a world where scent takes its rightful place among the other senses, and artists feel as free to use smell in their work as paint or film. Just imagine what Beethoven could have done with sulphur, yeast, and bananas.
Warranty: 90 Day Wine Enthusiast Warranty
Wine Bouquet Aroma Kit:
Help you to recognize and describe wines like a professional
Train your scent memory and learn to accurately identify a wide array of aromas in any wine
Quickly and easily identify wine varietals and types just by smelling them
Includes 36 vials of the most common aromas found in wine, 36 aroma cards and complete instructions