I always liked George Carlin's take on the 10 commandments. You can find them on Youtube or elsewhere (I think he wrote it down in "Will Jesus Bring the Porkchops?" where I originally read it) but he boils them down to 2 commandments.
Hi, Can i ask you a TG caption where you are a Goddess and re-write the 10 Commandments for us? I hope that your commandments regarding the new male clothes and style... bye, Luke
- Thou shalt always be honest and faithful to the provider of thy nookie.
- Thou shalt try real hard not to kill anyone, unless of course they pray to a different invisible man than you.
Two is all you need; Moses could have carried them down the hill in his fuckin’ pocket. I wouldn’t mind those folks in Alabama posting them on the courthouse wall, as long as they provided one additional commandment: Thou shalt keep thy religion to thyself.Well, if Carlin can get it down to two, I can double it, since I'm at least 50 percent more alive than he is at this point.
Somewhere else I vaguely remember people posting the 10 or 50 or 100 biggest cliches of TG stories. It was a great read, but still they will pop up all the time. I mean, if you get pregnant, you'll be a female forever! Someone needs to do an etymology on where that first popped up, since apparently EVERYONE decided, "hey, that is a freakin' awesome plot twist!" Well, it was the first few hundred times it was done. To be honest, I've probably used it as well, but sometimes you have to give the people what they want, right? I don't usually mind typical standard operating procedure, but there are a few cliches that just stick in my craw, and trust me, I don't like anything in my craw unless *I* put it there!
I hope people are even slightly amused at that caption, and if not .. there is some eye candy for you at least! Keep the questions coming though and I'll be back in a day or two.
DISCUSSION QUESTION: If a certain TG cliche happened to disappear from the face of the earth, which one(s) would it be to make you the most gleeful?As a corollary, which one(s) do you never tire of, no matter how many times you see it?