Monday, July 11, 2016

The Not Factor

Grapes are better than not grapes. It's just a fact. Now, you may be wondering, "Wait, just what exactly are not grapes?" Well, not grapes are pretty much just like grapes. But not. An example of a not grape would be a taco. Just like an example of a not taco is a grape. Then again, an example of a not grape could also be nothing. So when you say, "Grapes are better than not grapes", you are not referring to every single not grape in existence, because lets say that you really like tater tot casserole, and really hate potato salad, and you say that grapes are better than not grapes. Not grapes are basically anything that aren't grapes, including tater tot casserole and potato salad. But that's ok, because when you say that grapes are better than not grapes, you are referring to only nothing, or potato salad, or any thing else that you don't like. And you can apply the not factor to anything. Not just grapes. You could say that lamps are better than not lamps, or that cheese is better than not cheese. So now you know about the not factor.

1 comment:

  1. Eben,
    Oh wow! That is deep, or not deep. I'm not sure. I'm still trying to wrap my mind around it, but maybe it's too early in the morning for such meaningful, philosophical pontifications, so I think I will go eat some grapes because I love you soooooooooooooooooooooo much!