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Spoiler for Loki 

Haha he pronounces it /lɛfˈtɛnənt/

There's a sentence in this grant

And every time I read it

I feel like I understand it

A little less

my wife just walked in and asked "are you looking up weird elephants instead of working?" The answer is yes

One of the earliest examples of bar jokes is Sumerian (c. 4500–1900 BC), and it features a dog: "A dog walked into a tavern and said, 'I can't see a thing. I'll open this one'." The humor of it is probably related to the Sumer way of life and has been lost, but the words remain.

sandra bullock’s The Net (1995) is valuable to me because someone on the production team had to make fake software that looks like this

A joke about how horrible it would be if someone did this; I wouldn't actually do this in real life and neither should you 

My hobby:

Reminiscing to younger people about pre-Covid things that never were

"I don't care if it's 'tradition' or 'the law,' I think it's good that we stopped making everyone kiss the city bus driver and I don't think we should bring that back after the pandemic"

I am probably not going to stop writing 'plant/object/animal turns out to be a magical friend' stories any time soon.

It's a good trope, okay!

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