Tossing Salt Presents:
Romance, Disney, Evil & More
October 13, 2021
This world is full of strange and interesting questions. In my feed on Twitter, who by the way are fascist assholes, I found five good ones. And I’m going to answer them now. Let’s do this.
What’s your favorite romance novel?
I’m not a big fan of the romance genre, but I do love to read and some novels have bittersweet love and a coming together of heart and soul intertwined between the suspense, drama, and other stuff. So what’s my favorite? I liked the Twilight books, much better than the movies, but would those count? Oh wait, I’ve got it. 50 Shades of Gray. Yes, I read all three books. No, I haven’t seen the movies, nor do I want to. And nothing is more romantic than toys, bondage, and a good safe word. I’ll go with that book series. After all, I think we all have a little Christian Gray in us somewhere, right?
Why does everyone try to make it seem like Disney World is a lot of fun?
Because Disney is evil and Mickey is the devil and if you don’t go along with the narrative that Disney is the greatest place on earth, you’ll wake up to a demented Goofy standing over you with a shovel and some duct tape. Oh wait, that was just part of my “Fifty Shades” dream I had last night. Goofy, Donald Duck, and Bugs Bunny, they’re freaks. Yes, I know Bugs isn’t Disney, but they’re taking over the world. They own Spiderman and The Simpsons so it’s just a matter of time. And so far as Disney World goes, I don’t crowded amusement parks so is it truly good or bad? Judge for yourself. I prefer a pool and a cold beer myself.
Biblical question: Did God create evil?
In the beginning, God created everything, so I would say that evil, albeit maybe not intentional, would be part of the package as well. In my opinion, if you have good, you have to have the opposite, which is evil, to realize just what and how good actually is and works. One is necessary to have the other and thus, we have evil. It’s part of the “free choice” deal and a necessary part of the entire package. So with that in mind, my answer would be yes.
Do you have a day every week where you clean?
If something needs to be done and cleaned and I notice it, why wait? Just do it and get it over with. And then go take a nap. Works for me anyhow.
What would you do for all the tea in China?
Not nearly as much as I’d do for a Klondike Bar. I don’t drink tea and all the tea in China would probably take up space. I guess I could give it all away to my friends, but that’s way too much work involved. All the tea? I’ll pass. I don’t like tea. But ice cream? Now that, we can talk about and believe me, things can get a bit sketchy, especially if you’re cute.
And there you go. My thanks for reading. Comments, thoughts, and any questions are welcome and appreciated. Take care and I’ll talk to you again later on today. Have a good one and I’ll see you on the other side.