Saturday, March 6, 2010
Logic Fundamentals in Real Life!
Aside from aesthetic charm and the reassurance that Spring Break will surely come, blossoms bring yet another contribution to the table; a very distinct odor.
I'd go into detail about this smell, but then I'd be getting ahead of myself. I'm saving this for later in the post.
While sitting on a bench beneath one of these blossom trees, a friend of mine commented on their smell:
Friend: "They're so pretty, it's weird that they stink so bad."
Me: "Yeah, I know. It kind of smells like old lady vagina, right?"
Friend: "I wouldn't have necessarily thought that until just now."
Me: "You know what? I kind of like it, though. It reminds me of my childhood."
Friend: "The smell?"
Me: "No, the blossoms. There were a lot blossom trees where I grew up. But I mean, I guess the smell, too. Do you remember that Axe commercial a couple of years ago that said smell is the strongest sense tied to memory? I guess my childhood would have to smell like blossoms."
Which is not necessarily a good thing, readers. My friend & I followed my statements to their logical conclusion using what we've learned in Philosophy 240;
If A then B, & if B then C, so if C then A.
Or (A-->B)& (B-->C) So (C-->A)
If my childhood smells of blossoms, And if blossoms smell like old woman vagina
Then the logical conclusion is
The smell of old vaginas reminds me of my childhood.
& I learned how to do that for the low cost college tuition!
My treat to you, no charge!