The sounds are produced by vibrations of the anal opening. Sounds depend on the velocity of expulsion of the gas and the tightness of the sphincter muscles of the anus” —
also, question for the internet, what makes some farts louder than other farts?
That has to have been the case?
Or then again, maybe I’ve never been happy.
If I’ve never been happy, then why am I so MISERABLE.
Was he on TV? DId we go to college together? Did we work together? Is he a teacher? Was he an acquaintance? A friend of a friend? WHO WAS THIS PERSON?
That’s the silliest of all feelings.
Gritting my teeth.
Then other times those same kids buzz in a stranger and open the door to let him in and you feel useful again.
lizdexia said: Are you watching the Nazi episode or the one where Benson goes undercover in the ecoterrorist group? (GOOD GOD that show really went off the rails after season 5).
I was watching the one in season 12 when she gets raped. Specifically the scene in her bedroom where she describes the whole thing. Then again in the court room when she describes it again. THEN AGAIN when she confronts the guy responsible. She’s just a pretty amazing actress.
To be presented at dinner with me in the restaurant of her choice because she’s paying.
now i will never ever be presumed innocent!
one of my students, on my eyes
(My students have mostly seen people with brown eyes. They reacted with disgust and shock when I said some people have blue eyes!)
So, when they give a smart answer I say “Great work! Kiss your brain!” This just means they kiss their hand, then tap their foreheads, and it’s usually when I tell them to do it. It’s kind of adorable.
Every once in a while, though, I look over and one of my kids will quietly and randomly kiss their brains while working on their own. I have no idea why they’ve done it or what they were thinking, but I really hope it goes something like this:
“Wow! That was a really smart thing I just said/wrote/did/thought, I should kiss my brain! Yes! Perfect! I am awesome!”