it’s funny, southerners refer to it as ‘sweet tea’ but nobody ever calls it ‘cold and sweet tea’
not even magma men
‘There’s no force greater than the human propensity to be wrong’ would make a great T-shirt…bonus points for making it totally unironic.
Cold: Good point. “Sweet tea” really seems to miss the defining characteristic. I mean, what do you call hot tea with sugar in it? Hot sweet tea?
KWC: I’m not sure whether such a shirt would be a good conversation starter, or just a conversation ender.
Or it could be the conversation, and we just stand there and watch. Sort of like television, but it hasn’t become socially acceptable to replace conversation with anything other than a Televisionary Object.
Also there was a third of a crown-shaped birthmark on his shoulder. It became apparent that Vincent’s other parent was standing in front of him, who was also Vincent and his other fathers son, making the duke a prince too. For the three of them were Gods, deities or eternal beings present from the ambiguous beginning of time, who both created and were changed by narrative imperative. Each being the child of the other two (because if your are all powerful, two males can create life), as soon as there was a narrative to require plot (which was the beginning of time for the purposes of this story), they forgot both their identities and roles. Their roles were replaced with those of kings, but also princes, and they bypassed the self belief requirements for being God-Kings. Each had a third of a crown stylish birthmark, because each was a prince, born of the same family. Neither Vincent nor his sons/fathers knew this now, however, because that would be out of character, and their realisation of this would probably be a huge plot twist. But that made him his own grandfather, and the universe gave up, because Vincent had just realised this. (Plot-twist, by the way). The End.
I missed both world wars, does that make me iced tea?
We’re all iced tea. Except for Vincent, I assume.
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