794: Find Me A Quill

“Can you find me a quill?”

“What sort of quill.”

“Just a normal quill. Nothing special.”

“Where would I find that?”

“I don’t know.”

“Then how do you expect me to find it.”

“By looking.”

“But how will I know where to look if you won’t tell me?”

“If I told you where to look I might as well just look myself.”

“Well if you know so much about finding this quill why don’t you just look yourself?”

“Because I’m busy writing this masterpiece of western literature.”

“But you have time to argue with me about finding a quill?”

“Yes.”

“Why is that?”

“Because arguing with you gives me emotional inspiration for the great works of art which I produce, while looking for generic objects is merely tedious, and doesn’t lend anything to my creative impulses.”

“Oh, that makes sense.”

“Now will you go find me a quill?”


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16 thoughts on “794: Find Me A Quill

  1. Well, since arguing creates such emotional inspiration, then, NO! I will not find you a quill and furthermore stop being such a pill.

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