And now, Bookshelf Q. Battler, one of the greatest minds of the Twenty-First Century (but hey, the century is still young) will share his great musings…
#76 – When my garbage bag is full, the best thing to do is to take it out to the curb.
#77 – It’s always a good idea to carry a roll of quarters in your pocket. You never know when you might need to do some laundry or pay a toll. Twenty years ago, I would have added that you might need to make a call from a pay phone, but they don’t have those anymore.
#78 – All those male Smurfs must have run a train on Smurfette.
#79 – Lifting weights can make you stronger.
#80 – “The Wolf” in “Pulp Fiction” didn’t provide much help at all. Think about it. He’s built up as this big fixer that can use his ingenuity to make the worst problems go away, but then all he does is show up and tell Vincent and Jules to clean up the car with household cleaning products. Shit. I’ve never shot a guy in my car but if I did, I would, as a novice, think of the fact that I should probably spray some Windex on the blood in the hopes that it will go way.
#81 – Nobody knows what it’s like to be a sad man…except other sad men.
#82 – Shorts keep your legs cool in the summer.
#83 – No one makes VHS tapes anymore.
#84 – Is it possible to suck and blow at the same time?
#85 – Were Groucho Marx and Richard Marx related?
#86 – Plants must be watered.
#87 – “Ransack” is an interesting word.
#88 – Bell and Biv were carrying Devoe.
#89 – It’s hard to eat many foods without a fork.
#90 – Do ghosts fuck? How does that work?
#91 – The average person inhales 4,582 spiders a night.
#92 – Cars have four wheels for a reason.
#93 – What’s black and white and read all over?
#94 – Paris is lovely this time of year.
#95 – I once discovered the meaning of life, but I forgot it.
#96 – Low hanging fruit is the best kind of fruit.
#97 – I’ve never gone Commando, on the battlefield or in my pants.
#98 – Swans are just fancy ducks.
#99 – Waffles are delicious.
#100 – The big ball drops on New Year’s Eve, but my balls drop a little lower every Tuesday.