On Affection, and Also on Jewelry
By Christopher Munroe
If you liked it, you should put a ring on it.
If you don’t like it, no ring.
It’s fairly simple, if you think about it it’s almost unreasonably simplistic, but it DOES make for a good rule of thumb as far as who or what is liked.
A person with a ring is liked, by at least the person with whom that ring was exchanged.
Trees? People like’em big and bigger ones have more rings.
Saturn? Well everyone likes Saturn!
I like my bathtub…
No, I’m going to have to go back to the lab and rethink this…
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