The professor realized that his life was just a Test

  • On the sidewalk outside the theater, the taxi headlights zoomed back and forth in the fog, and I thought to myself, "I would have loved this when I was 16."

  • 1
    When you walk to work in the morning, your eyes scour the gutter in the hopes of finding something you've lost, but you're not quite sure what it might be.

  • 2
    We just sat around and watched television, and I realized that if life were a movie, this might seem terribly romantic, but it really didn't feel that way at the time. It just felt awkward and empty. But from now on, I think I'll always imagine life is like a movie, just to make it seem more interesting.

  • 3
    My tea has a bitter aftertaste.

  • 4
    I do remember this moment in 2nd grade when my music class was dancing to Kool and the Gang, and it felt like the end of a movie to me. I could see the credits rolling. And two things occur to me: It's kind of sad that my movie ended in 2nd grade. But also, was I really thinking cinematically when I was eight years old?

  • 5
    By the way, I'm not particularly thrilled about that "Einstein" remark a couple of questions ago. I know how to brew tea. You don't have to be a jerk about it.

  • 6
    One thing I noticed about my last test is that even though it was completely random and made absolutely no sense, the girls still scored much higher than the boys.

  • 7
    OK -- I'll get into something real and concrete here. Let's talk about relationships since that's really why we're all here. Do you really believe that you'll be happier if you find someone?