A ChickyBabe For Tuesday

You’d think I’m offering ChickyBabe figurines or something, but as disturbingly facinating as it sounds…I’m not.

  1. From now on I’m going to associate the words “random thoughts” with ChickyBabe, not just because I’m too lazy to type the words random thoughts, but because on a whole, she pulls it off really well and of course…ChickyBabe is so much nicer to type.
  2. If being with a person is a bad habit on your bad habits, does that make them a good habit?
  3. God did not create all humans equal. Some are just too catatonically dumb to be considered human beings.
  4. You can cure hay fever or asthma by infecting yourself with hookworms.
  5. I have the ability to jinx whatever I good things I say. So I shall not say it because I am superstitious.
  6. However I am supposed to be a person of science so I’m not supposed to believe this superstitious mumbo-jumbo. I’m a lab monkey with a project…and in my world…that’s a good thing.
  7. When you’ve moved on from being the person you are, does it make you a good person when the people who depend on the old you are left behind?
  8. For some odd reason, I do wish I could have ChickyBabe all to myself for a day. Then again, I know so would a lot of people.

6 thoughts on “A ChickyBabe For Tuesday

  1. Two bads does not make a good. O sorry, maybe it was two wrongs do not make a right. Or was it two lefts do not make a right. 🙂

  2. LOL!! ChickyBabe figurines sound so cool!

    1. ChickyBabe and her random thoughts are too humbled for words.
    2. Double negatives make a positive. Failing that, no.
    3. True, and they should not be allowed to procreate. Dumb begets dumber.
    4. Eww.
    5. Jinx! You’re it! Does that un-jinx you?
    6. Monkeys are capable of evolution. One day they’ll be as superstitious as we are.
    7. You’re still a good person, because you’ve developed and grown. If they want to depend on you, they need to grow with you.
    8. Would SuperCB do instead? 😛

  3. Jackt: What about 2 confusions make sense. But then you wrote 3, so it’s off balanced again. 🙂

    ChickyBabe:
    1. Maybe that’s why its so good. They’re somehow humbling to read. 🙂
    2. Maybe in this case it’s a good habit. 🙂
    3. I wanted them to heat up my house, but there are pollution standards to consider.
    4. It is true.
    5. In this case, two wrongs don’t really make a right. 😛
    6. Maybe by that time, we’ll be the ones in cages flinging our dung at our monkey overlords that pass by. 🙂
    7. If only that worked in our world. Sadly, people don’t always travel on the same roads as you. Or the same time even. 🙁
    8. No no!! We want Chickybabe instead!

  4. 2. If being with a person is a bad habit on your bad habits, does that make them a good habit?

    No. Real life isn’t a math equation. Life has no definite answers.

    3. God did not create all humans equal. Some are just too catatonically dumb to be considered human beings.

    Damn right you are. You should check out my Bodoland series for the study of human stupidity.

    4.You can cure hay fever or asthma by infecting yourself with hookworms.

    o.O

    6. However I am supposed to be a person of science so I’m not supposed to believe this superstitious mumbo-jumbo. I’m a lab monkey with a project…and in my world…that’s a good thing.

    No such thing as not “supposed” to believe. You’re only human after all. Beliefs are what make life meaningful. They’re those leaps of faith. Faith is unreasonable on its own.

    7. When you’ve moved on from being the person you are, does it make you a good person when the people who depend on the old you are left behind?

    This would depend on your definition of a good person. I believe that the person that you should be most concerned of is yourself. After all, you’ll be living only with yourself in the end. So, if you’re comfortable with who you have become, fuck the rest.

    P.S. Thanks for commenting in my blog.

  5. 2. Life does have absolutes. In that sense, it can be broken down to it’s core truths. The questions, how many of us actually can? 🙂

    6. There are things in this world where the blind belief in it, is just out the question. Faith works when you aren’t aware of the systems what govern the events or situation in which you work with. When you do…blind belief isn’t an option anymore. It’s just a passing tradition.

    7. There are responsibilities for yourself and for other in which you are responsible for. Growing up will find yourself defining those responsibilities and living up to them. You might not be able to save the rest, but at least you can remind them there there is a foward.

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