Last week I tweeted:
I’m forever googling ridiculous things to prove Victor wrong in our debates. I need a website that just says: “YOU’RE WRONG, VICTOR.”
It would save me so much time. And I could use that time to plant articles on the internet proving my incorrect ideas. Everyone wins.
And that is why I love the internet.
PS. Our current argument is whether I should be able to introduce myself to strangers at dinner parties as a “real-life were-woman” since technically a “were-wolf” means you’re now a wolf but you were a person, and so (using logic) “were-woman” would imply that I am a woman and also that I was a woman. Victor disagreed and so I pulled up the Is-Victor-Wrong websites to use as scientific proof, but Victor said that there’s nothing scientifically valid about any of those websites.
I briefly considered that he might have a point, but then looked it up on the internet and turns out that Victor is wrong.
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UPDATED: I never check my wikipedia page because it’s horribly outdated but several people told me I needed to look at it and now I know why:
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Never change, you magnificent bastards.
PS. Apparently wikipedia pages are constantly being edited and the editors have to insert a note explaining each change. The most recent change is noted as:
“Add paragraph about Victor’s inherent wrongness.”
Other notes over the years include:
“I love TheBloggess, but this won’t do.”
“Corrected grammar regarding Copernicus.”
“New taxidermied animals as of 2/12“