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June 4, 1995

MakDeath asks Ruth:
Why do fools fall in love?
Ruth Ruth answers:
Every day I look at the man I married, I ask myself that same question.
Kelsey Kelsey adds:
I've given this question a great deal of thought lately. This whole "romance" thing is a fancy schmansy ideal that we invent to justify biological attraction. I've been a fool in love too many times! I'm looking for friendship.
Bob Bob adds:
Well, Kelsey, I'm your friend, you know. Whatdoyasay we go bowling Tuesday night? It's lots of fun. I've got my own shoes, you know. Bowling shoes, I mean.
Kelsey Kelsey replies:
Thanks, Bob. I'm not really looking for a friendship right now.

Jeremy Longley asks Marty:
Why do so many people think D.O.S. is superior to the Mac?
Marty Marty answers:
Uh, Big Macs are okay. But I never heard of "D.O.S." Is it like Burger King?
Bradley Bradley offers:
In other words, don't ask Marty anything about computers.

Thomas (seeking) Pastijn asks Punjabi:
What is eternal bliss?
Punjabi Punjabi answers:
Dear Thomas, as you may know from reading my home page, I studied mathematics, not philosophies or religions. However, if eternal bliss exists, it is not part of this world, as nothing in this world is eternal. I find great comfort in knowing this. Because whatever it is, if I had to do it for eternity I would go stark staring bonkers.

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