Of shoes -- and ships -- and sealing wax --
Of cabbages -- and kings --
And why the sea is boiling hot --
And whether pigs have wings.
Surviving a mistake made for a second time is harder to do than one might think, I guess.
"After a while, you run out of mistakes to make">> Are you sure? I am not.
If you make the same mistake again, is it really a mistake? What if you made someone else's mistakes for them? Is it the mistake for oneself or making mistakes in general that gives one utility? If one were to mistake a mistake, is that a mistake? n!
Is my grammar a mistake? Or did I misspeak?
as they say, it is 'the ruinous work of nostalgia'. It makes old mistakes seem worth repeating.
Make the same mistake enough times and you will have invented a style.
But then where's the fun? The fear... the regret... the anticipation of an uncertain consequence... isn't life boring enough already...
A little like the Perfect Being, persisting with sending people down to earth.Quite an antithesis to Tagore that one.
Anon: Ah, but in that case you're mistaken about how hard surviving the repeated mistake is, which means you're not making the same mistake, you're making a different one.K: Ah, but that's where you're mistaken.n!: Sure it's a mistake. It's just not made mistakenly. Also, you need to ease off on the multi-vitamins woman.Anon: [F. shows admirable self restraint; lets bad puns about misses at their peak go]blackmamba: Now there's a subject for a New Year's Eve song. 'Let Old Mistakes Be Repeated' etc. equivocal: Well said.hopscotch: good pointWholesome Satyr: Ah, but every person is a new mistake.
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