And so, it begins…
(Isn’t that what you think of every time someone says that? Théoden was so useless in that battle, I can’t believe it.)
But, I meant something differently different:
Yes, it’s snowing. Again.
Not that there’s been too much snow. But really. Couldn’t it snow in December? At Christmas?
As it is now this professor is already ready for spring. In truth, that’s true.
*double sighs for everyone*
Anyways and some, I must, the sudden, show you two similar looking things that are really not the same. At least, I don’t think they’re the same.
Now, look here, both are green and oblong, but they taste remarkably different.
This is a good lesson, you see. It goes to show you that you can be similar to another thing, but you probably taste differently.
That’s why they say,
“No two pigs are the same; no two pieces of bacon taste the same.”*
Enough of that. It borderlines on dadblamery.
One more thing.
I came across this picture the other day.
Now, do you suppose this is a hot dog? Goodness.
I bet that chap in the bun tastes nothing like a hotdog. Which goes to show you that even if you try to look the same, you’ll still be different, because not only do you not taste the same, you don’t look the same either. #ProfessorishLogic
Wait. Having another thought.
If two things that look the same taste differently [i.e. Mr. Zucchini and Mr. Cucumber], does that mean that two things that look differently taste the same?! Wow. Mind blown. #NewProfessorishTheory
In conclusion, that chap in the bun tastes like a hotdog.
*I’m sure someone somewhere said this, aren’t you?