I’ve always been prone to saying one of the following quotes a lot. I’m not sure whether it was a conscious effort but I’m sure its cathartic and I’ve never regretted it. I’m sure I used quotes a lot as a kid and I’m sure they’ve always stuck with me. If you don’t know what I mean just ask: I’m sure I have a few.
Now I think Ive used that quote a lot as well.
I can’t remember who said it, but I do remember someone saying it as a kid. I remember it was my first day of school and I was walking to my locker when I saw this little kid. He was about 4 or 5 and he was crying, just crying. I looked at him and said “Hey you, be a good boy and go to your locker.
I remember a kid saying, “Be a good boy and go to your locker.” It was a little kid.
Someone said that to me once. I was about 12 or 13 and I was walking to my locker when I saw an old lady in front of me. She was crying and I looked at her and asked her if she knew what day it was because she was crying. She said no I didnt know what day it was. She just started crying and I said what day is it? She said it was yesterday. I said what happened yesterday? She said I had a bad dream.
The kid said that to me once before. I was in a parking lot and I was in my car and I started driving and suddenly I saw a guy walking towards me. He was walking as if he were drunk and he was walking fast and I was like I cant talk to a drunk so I drove off.
As it turns out, it’s the kid from the other question. When you ask out of politeness, you don’t know what day it is. But you do know that today is the day you’re supposed to ask the same question and get an answer.
You don’t know what day it is, but if you ask out of politeness you’ll likely get an answer. This is why I get the question a lot and why the fact that you asked in the first place could potentially give you the answer you were looking for. Sometimes the answer is the same as the question. Other times the answer is not the same as the question and you get a different answer.
It’s not exactly the same question and answer, but the question is about the question. In this case the question is “How long will it take for the answers to come in?” and the answer is “Not a dime.” But the answer is not the same as the question. The question is “How long will it take for the answers to come in?” and the answer is, “Not a second.” Which is quite an answer as far as I’m concerned.