Ted (merovingian) wrote,
Ted
merovingian

Mind your pints and quarts.

Picture frames are so handy. I started by putting posters, paintings, and photos in them. They were great! Soon, though, I discovered other uses for picture frames. I framed a postcard, and it looked lovely and quaint. Then a paper-doll; again, it was lovely. I framed some palimpsest and it looked great. Then a paddle, which also looked very pleasant in its frame. Same for a porcupine, a pirate, and a paradox. Next I think I'll frame Presbyterianism. Or maybe Paris. Or a pneumatic tube. Maybe even a psycho-linguist or a pterodactyl.

What is the moral of the fairy tale "The Princess and the Pea?"

Tolerance and endurance are unattractive traits.
3(3.4%)
Ancient cultures would have benefitted greatly from adequate chiropractic care.
3(3.4%)
A whinging sense of entitlement is required for successful marriage.
12(13.5%)
Crude but barely detectable pranks are a clear sign of love.
9(10.1%)
Alpha-stim devices, melatonin and valerian root would have disrupted all hope of chivalry and courtly love.
8(9.0%)
The rich are weird, and they waste food a lot.
22(24.7%)
Mattresses are less expensive when bought in bulk.
6(6.7%)
Fussiness is a genetically inherited trait.
8(9.0%)
European nobility are descended from reptoids.
18(20.2%)
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