The greatest trick the devil played was not convincing us he doesn't exist
It was fitted sheets
They are from hell, plucked directly from a scene by Hieronymus Bosch
Fuck fuck fuck
@bgcarlisle i have embraced the absurdity of fitted sheets and no longer even try to neatly fold them
@bgcarlisle I haven't ever been able to find it since, but my favorite thing to emerge from the internet's Scottish Twitter Meme phase was a video (maybe even a Vine?) of this woman being like "so i have a tip for you about how to fold fitted sheets, see, you just grab this corner here, and 'at corner 'ere, and then ya *throo* it *aweeyyy* and get another *fookin sheet tha's nae fitteeedddd*!!!"
@bgcarlisle just roll it up and put it in something (string, pillowcase, etc.) to keep it rolled up?
@bgcarlisle the first time I read that, I didn't hear the pause after "was not," but instead understood it as "was not convincing us" and I thought whoah that's a complex double negative, what a lazy trick, that Devil.
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